DoorBot did not get an investment from the Sharks.
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I do like this product. And most of the Sharks do, too. So it's a shame that Jamie couldn't nail down a deal for the Doorbot. He had an offer (yes, from Kevin, but still); I think he couldn't get over his entrepreneurial pride and accept that $700,000 is an extraordinarily large sum of money, even for a Shark. He had to know that was going to cost him more than 10% of his company.
What I don't really understand is what Mark said: he wondered where the product goes from here. Well, my assumption is that it goes to all the millions of homes that A) have smartphones and B) have a need for a reasonably-priced security feature. Right?
After four Sharks went out, that left only Kevin. His deal was pretty fair in that he wanted only 10% of sales until his money was paid back, then 7% after that - all at the low, low cost of only 5% of Jamie's company. But, as I mentioned, it seemed like Jamie couldn't come down out of the clouds to make the deal, so Mr. Wonderful kicked him off the front porch.