Mom and entrepreneur Paige Brattin pitched her medical eye patch company on the season premiere of
If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to See Worthy after
Paige Brattin appeared on
|Lori Greiner||No offer|
|Kevin O’Leary||No offer|
|Daymond John||No offer|
|Mark Cuban||No offer|
|Candace Nelson||No offer|
Shark Tank See Worthy Update
- Entrepreneur: Paige Brattin
- Business: Medical eyepatches for kids
- Ask: $250,000 for 10% equity
- Result: No deal
- Shark: None
See Worthy founder Paige Brattin knows a thing or two about eye patches. That’s because her daughter has refractive Amblyopia, which causes one eye to be weaker than the other, and even leads to blindness.
Thankfully eye patching can help make the weaker eye stronger, resulting in better vision. See Worthy eye patches are adhesive, and come in many patterns and designs.
This is especially helpful for kids because eye patching is no fun. Paige says that similar brands offer uncomfortable and unappealing eye patches, but she’s changing all of that with See Worthy.
Further, the other brands have a pear-shaped patch, which doesn’t make sense and never fits well. Her patented patches fit the eye better so that the adhesive hits over the eyebrow and not on it.
From the appeal of her designs to the comfort of the medical grade adhesive and especially the sizing, her patches help to make this form of therapy more tolerable.
Paige started See Worthy in 2019 and she had $150,000 in sales. Additionally, in the past 4 years, she’s had $1.7 million in overall sales.
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At the time of filming, the current year’s sales are just under $200,000. A box of 50 patches retails for $27.50 on the company’s website, and $28.50 on Amazon. They cost $7 to make.
In terms of marketing, Paige only does one thing. She attends a Pediatric Ophthalmology conference, and from there, the doctors recommend the product to their patients.
Because Paige is cash-flow positive, she says she is more interested in the doors that the sharks can open for her, instead of the money they can bring. Unfortunately, they didn’t seem to want to invest.
Kevin O’Leary is amazed at everything that Paige has accomplished, and he sees the value in the product that she is selling. However, he prefers to invest in products that he would use, and since he can’t relate, he is out.
Mark Cuban thinks that Paige is doing just fine on her own. Because he doesn’t think she needs a partner, he is also out.
This is when she shares her vision for licensing. She says she would like to see popular characters that kids love on her patches.
Daymond John says the licensing is a great idea, but believes that she can get it done on her own without any help. For this reason, he is the next shark to go out.
Lori Greiner follows out, stating it’s just not the right investment for her. However, because she loves that the product is doing something good to help people, she offers to help Paige anytime with her licensing goals.
Guest shark, and founder of Sprinkles Cupcakes, applauds Paige, mother to mother, for the company that she’s created out of the need to help her child. However, like the other sharks, she doesn’t think that Paige needs a partner, so she is also out.
Although the sharks loved the product, they didn’t offer Paige a deal, so she left
In terms of a See Worthy update, we were able to catch up with Paige for an interview to see what she’s been up to since
Within three days of airing, Paige told us that she had seen 10x more sales from her website and that their Amazon listing had a nice uptick in sales as well.
Despite not getting a deal in the tank, Paige shared that being on the show has opened tons of opportunities. “I have had a few investors reach out and I’m fielding those connections carefully to make sure everyone is vetted properly,” she told us.
Paige shared that while the sales are great, the best part about being on the show was the boost in awareness for Amblyopia. “The awareness cause is so near to my heart that I am very proud that I could teach so many about the importance of children’s eye health,” Paige told us.
We asked Paige if there was anything she wished she could change about her time on
Be sure to check out the Worthy Brands website to see all their offerings, including wound and port patches.
We’re excited to circle back for another See Worthy update in the future!
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Jennifer is an avid Shark Tank fan that has been watching the show for years. She serves as Senior Editor at Shark Tank Recap and ensures that all our information is accurate and that our posts are up to date. Her favorite Shark Tank products are Le-Glue and Ring!