Twin Z Pillow Update | Shark Tank Season 6

Feeding infant twins can be a complicated task. One baby feeds for 30-45 minutes at a time, 12 times a day. Imagine doubling that for two babies! Desperate to come up with a solution for feeding their twins at the same time, Michelle and Jason Barsosky created a unique twin pillow that makes this possible. Will they get one on Shark Tank Season 6? Find out in our Twin Z Pillow update! 

Shark Tank Twin Z Pillow Update

Twin Z Pillow Update

  • Entrepreneurs:  Michelle Barsosky and Jason Barsosky
  • Business: Feeding pillows for twins
  • Ask: $75,000 for 10% equity.
  • Result: $75,000 for 15% equity.
  • Sharks:  Lori Greiner

Michelle and Jason brought their twin feeding pillows to the tank and Michelle demonstrated how it worked. They explained how difficult it had been for them to feed both of their newborn babies at the same time. Frustrated by the lack of options, Michelle used an old sewing machine from her mom and created the Twin Z Pillow, which made feedings a much easier task and cut down on time.

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Kevin O’Leary wanted to know whether the company had any sales, and the couple shared that they already had $300,000 in sales at the time of filming. Looking ahead, they would likely reach $510,000 by the end of that year. A single unit costs $29.00 to make and sells for $99.00.

Mark Cuban admitted that he had a lot of respect for the entrepreneurs, but it wasn’t a fit for him as an investor so he dropped out. Kevin was interested however and made an offer of $75,000, in exchange for a $10.00 royalty until he makes three times his money back. In addition to the royalty, he wanted 2.5% equity. Robert Herjavec made the exact same deal as Kevin, but he only wanted to make twice his money back. Lori Greiner decided to make an offer of $150,000 in exchange for a $5.00 royalty until she’s paid back and wanted 5% equity.

Barbara Corcoran offered the couple $75,000 for 20% equity. After a ton of negotiating with different sharks and several counter offers, Lori dropped her offer down to $75,000 for 15%, and Michelle and Jason ultimately accepted the deal. What happened next for their company? Keep reading our Twin Z Pillow update to find out! 

We have some mixed news to share in our Twin Z Pillow update. The partnership with Lori never finalized, which was extremely disappointing for the company.  The good news however, is that they still produces products and sell them for an estimated gross revenue of $1 million every single year. Products are available on Amazon, and on the Twin Z Pillow website.

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