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1. An easy-to-clean, customizable lunch box.
2. The Yubo lunch box comes apart so you can put it in the dishwasher and be 100% certain that it's not covered in germs.
3. The front of the lunch box can be switched out for a different look at any time; it can also be personalized for your unique child.Buy Yubo at Amazon.com →
Cyndi and Paul are already doing pretty well with their Yubo lunch-boxes. They're pulling in a couple hundred thousand dollars each year, and have already secured design and utility patents for their product.
They could REALLY step up their game, however, if they were in big box retail stores. As the Sharks point out, that's where most moms will stop and realize they need a new lunch box for their kid.
They need to get to that next level because... duhn-duhn-duhn: these guys are in debt. Not only that, but they have another mini-Shark on-board already: their manufacturer, who they couldn't afford to pay upfront, so they gave him 20% of their company, as well as a royalty.
For at least ten minutes of air time, Paul and Cyndi can't even get a word in as the three Sharks undercut each other and re-negotiate their offers.
Finally, Paul asks if any of the Sharks will go in together and Robert offers to go in with Kevin, cutting Lori out of the deal. That seals it for the Pedrazzis and they literally dance and skip out of the Tank with glee at getting such a good deal.
Paul & Cyndi Pedrazzi