The Bottle Breacher is a .50 Caliber Bottle Opener. It is the ultimate gift for the beer drinking guy who loves guns. The .50 caliber bottle opener is customizable with your personalization.
Bottle Breacher Bottle Openers Selling on Etsy, Amazon and their website
Bottle Breacher sells .50 caliber recycled bullets. They sell online with their website, Amazon and an Etsy store. They run $23.50 and have add-ons such as engraving and a box. The cost is $9.03.
They are not selling to retail as of the Shark Tank pitch. Bottle Breacher sells to weddings for the Groomsmen gift, and projects sales of $847,000 for 2014. Jen and Eli sold $100,000 worth the month before their Shark Tank pitch.
They are using the investment to double their space, and buy more engravers for the Bottle Breacher business. He is stamping Bottle Breacher on every single unit and package.
Eli and Jennifer are disciplined and work to overcome any obstacle that they have to confront them without complaint, and he is finishing up in the Navy.
Company: Bottle Breacher
Entrepreneurs: Jen and Eli Crane
Ask: $150k for 10% equity
Companies in this episode: The Natural Grip, Priority One Canine, Man-PACK
Season: Season 6 Episode 608
Sharks: Mark Cuban, Daymond John, Kevin O'Leary, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec
First Aired: 11/07/2014
Deal: Mark Cuban and Kevin O'Leary $150,000 for 20% equity.
What do the Shark Tank Investors say about Bottle Breacher Bottle Opener
Mark Cuban is interested in going in with Kevin for $75,000 each and will do 20% equity. They have a deal.
Daymond John offers $200,000 for 25% contingent upon getting licenses, and he doesn't want the knockoffs to go out there and do it.
Kevin O'Leary makes them an offer for $150,000 for 20%, and Eli is honored to get an offer from Kevin O'Leary.
Lori Greiner likes Eli and thinks they have a niche market. She personally likes big markets, so she is out.
Robert Herjavec goes out so he can consider the two offers from Daymond and Kevin.
Bottle Breacher Bottle Opener after Shark Tank
The Bottle Breacher completed the deal with Mark Cuban and Kevin O'Leary. They continue to grow their business, hiring veterans to work in their company with them. They focus on providing personalized man-gifts, groomsman gifts, and corporate promotional products. The Update is on Beyond the Tank.