Frywall Update | Shark Tank Season 9

Frywall was featured on Season 9 of Shark Tank and was represented by Yair Reiner. He was hoping to convince the sharks to invest $100,000 in exchange for 10% equity in his company, a unique product specifically designed to protect from common cooking stains and messes. Let’s see if any of the sharks are interested in making the investment of $100,000 before we give you the current Frywall update.

Shark Tank Frywall Update

Frywall Update

  • Entrepreneurs: Yair Reiner
  • Business: Cooking Accessory
  • Ask: $100,000 for 10% equity
  • Result: $100,000 for 10% equity
  • Sharks: Lori Greiner

Frywall is designed with silicone and can be exposed to temperatures up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. The Frywall product is designed to stop spills, and splatter, making it more convenient to make all of your favorite foods in your kitchen space.

Frywall 10 (Medium) - Red - Splatter Guard, as Seen on Shark Tank

The first-ever splatter guard that combines uninterrupted protection with complete access to cooking surface, providing all the benefits of an uncovered pan without the mess.

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A single unit is priced at around $25 for customers to purchase. Manufacturing costs are currently around $5, which Yair hoped would be lowered through a partnership on Shark Tank. Almost all of the company’s sales are directly from e-commerce. In just one year of being available on the market, Frywall has generated more than $800,000 dollars in gross revenue sales at the time of appearing on Shark Tank during Season 9.

Kevin O’Leary expressed his interest and decided to make an offer of $100,000 in exchange for just 15% equity in Frywall. Robert Herjavec decided to drop out, but Daymond John was interested in the product and decided to also make the same offer as Kevin at $100,000 in exchange for 10% equity in the company.

Lori Greiner also made an offer of $100,000 in exchange for 10% equity and would fund purchase orders and definitely through a line of credit. She also pledged to give Yair her golden ticket, which she only hands out once per season. Yair ultimately accepted Lori’s offer. Now let’s get a Frywall update and see how the company has done since appearing on Shark Tank.

During our Frywall update research, we found that the deal between Lori Greiner and Frywall was supposedly never finalized after the airing of the episode during Season 9. However, the good news is that Frywall is still in business and products can be found on the company’s website as well as Amazon.

The company is estimated to be generating a little over $1 million anually in gross revenue.

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