Couple Becomes Millionaires Selling Device, Helps Short People Reach The Truck / Car Roof
Who doesn’t love Shark Tank? For those who have been living under a rock, ...
Who doesn’t love Shark Tank? For those who have been living under a rock, basically, the premise of the show has budding entrepreneurs proposing their ideas to would-be investors. These investors also happen to be some of the biggest in industry.
As Shark Tank has been around for a decade as of this year, we have seen some incredible ideas come and go. Among those that get the nod for investment, we see a variety. Some of these ideas are intricate and have multiple layers to success. Others are too simple to be true. These ideas are the ones that we smack ourselves on the forehead and wonder how we didn’t think of them first.
This time, we take a look at the latter. Sure, we would imagine that lots of hours went into perfecting the Moki Door Step. At the end of the day, its the invention’s simplicity that wins over the Sharks, though. Essentially, the step acts as a boost to allow people to climb higher to access the roof of their car. This can be a charm for loading and unloading those bulky items. Even as a 6’5″ individual, I wish I had a bit more leverage sometimes. With something like this, the user simply attaches it to the door latch and is given an instant height advantage.
By following along with the video below, we’re able to learn just a little bit more about one of the products that we all wish we’d thought of.
At the end of the presentation, the couple that came in looking for a $120k investment for a small percentage of their company ends up going home with a lot more. Instead of an investment, they end up selling the whole kit and caboodle for a cool $3 million. In other words, we’re watching dreams come true in front of our eyes!