Courtesy of buybagbowl.com
1. Turns a standard zip-lock bag into a convenient bowl.
2. No clean up - just remove the plastic exoskeleton and zip up the bag.
3. Fits any ziplock bag size from sandwich to two-gallon.Buy BagBowl at Amazon.com →
OK. I'll admit to eating snacks right out of the bag. It happens, ok? I'm not proud of it.
But I just happened to be eating a bag of chocolate-covered potato chips while I was watching this segment and the top kept folding in and I was getting chocolate all over the back of my hand! Getting chocolate on the back of your hand isn't the worst thing in the world, but it did distract me from fully enjoying my snacky-snack. So I'm down with the Bag Bowl. Sign me up.
Yes, the Fleming Bros. were a little "bro-y" - a little smug, a little slick. But they grew on me. They don't need to be told that they were "pre-revenue, pre-patent, pre-launch, pre-everything." They know. They just also happen to know that they have a cheap and simple way for a snack company to offer added value to their customers with a bag bowl built right into their snack product.
Lori disagrees with that strategy, though, and thinks that they should just manufacture and sell the product themselves. She offers them exactly what they asked for, then immediately almost pulls the deal when the bros say they have to think about it. After also casually calling Mark Cuban "Cubes", these guys are on thin ice with the Sharks! They make a quick recovery, though, and do the deal with Lori.
Brian and Kevin Fleming