This week on Shark Tank the creators of the Nomiku, make a pitch to the Sharks for their high-tech sous vide cooking device. The product is designed to make gourmet at-home cooking a breeze.
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Nomiku is the brainchild of former restaurateur Lisa Fetterman and her husband Abe Fetterman.
The Nomiku is a clip-on appliance that turns any pot into a temperature-controlled water bath, which provides a perfect environment for sous vide cooking. Additionally, no vacuum is required, so you can use any zip seal bag to get an airtight seal around the food you’re preparing.
Sous vide is the method of cooking vacuum-sealed food in a controlled low-temperature water bath. It’s considered a chef’s secret weapon because it allows anyone to craft consistently delicious, perfectly cooked dishes, effortlessly and consistently.
The Nomiku is designed to work with any pot at least 4 inches tall, and can circulate up to 10 gallons of water.
The New WiFi Nomiku sells for $249.99.
Lisa and Abe offered 5 percent of their business in exchange for a $250,000 investment.
Feeding The Sharks
Lisa and Abe face five Sharks: Mark Cuban, Robert Herjavec, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner and Chris Sacca.
- Sales Since 2012: $3 Million
Did The Sharks Bite?
Kevin O’Leary offered Lisa and Abe $250,000 for 10 percent of their business.
Meanwhile, Lisa and Abe negotiated with Chris Sacca on a possible offer and Kevin O’Leary responded by pulling his offer off the table. “I’m Out!,” said O’Leary.
Chris Sacca offered $250,000 for 10 percent of their business, contingent upon Lisa and Abe retaining 40 percent of their company. That would require Lisa and Abe going back to their investors and negotiating a deal to buy stock back.
In the end, Lisa and Abe accepted Chris Sacca’s offer.
A Closer Look
- Here’s List Fetterman’s personal Facebook page, and her Twitter account
- Here’s Abe Fetterman’s personal Facebook page
- Here’s the official Website
- Here’s Nomiku on Facebook,Twitter , Instagram, YouTube, and Pinterest
Shark Tank episode 807 airs Friday, December 2, 2016 at 9pm PT/ET on ABC.
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