'Shark Tank' Recap: 'The Clean Cube,' 'Saavy Naturals,' 'Simply Fit Board' & 'Wink Frozen Desserts'

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In another episode of ABC's Shark Tank, The Clean Cube, Saavy Naturals, Simply Fit Board and Wink Frozen Desserts take a swim in the Shark Tank to see if the can score a deal with sharks, Mark Cuban, Barbara Corcoran, Kevin O'Leary, Lori Greiner and Robert Herjavec.

Plus, Jimmy Kimmel makes his way back into the Shark Tank.

Cuban, O'Leary, Herjavec, Greiner and Corcoran will hear pitches from four new companies who are hoping that their product and pitch lands them some serious investment money.

They will also hear a pitch from Jimmy Kimmel, who is getting another shot at redemption after his pitch for Horse Pants was denied an investment.

About Wink Frozen Desserts

Ani Blinova and Gabe Wolff and their company Wink Frozen Desserts offer up a treat to some sharks who are hungry to make the perfect deal. Wink Frozen Desserts pride themselves in using the best clean ingredients.

It's seen as an alternative for anyone who has a dairy allergy. It also has 100 calories per pint.

"When Gabe was 17 he met his worst nightmares -- Celiac disease and a dairy allergy.

Shopping with food allergies is tough, and not being able to enjoy ice cream was the hardest part of all.

He was already using pea protein in his diet and realized he could cover the taste with natural flavoring to make a healthier version of his missed treat." - Wink Frozen Treats

The ask: $300,000 for 15%

How it went down: The couple handed out samples of the faux ice cream to the Sharks. Robert was not impressed and said it was a bit bland.

The company has $534,000 in sales over three years. It has been sold in local retail and in some Whole Foods. Due to new stores the couple predicts over $600,000 in sales this year.

Barbara dropped out due to the taste and the fact that sales are not high enough.

The couple said they expect to add more retail stores.

Mark dropped out because he did not like the taste. Robert agreed and did the same as did Lori.

Kevin was more positive, but called it taste free. He said they could do better and meet taste expectations before dropping out.

About Saavy Naturals

Hugo and Debra Saavedra show the sharks their line of natural personal care products called Saavy Naturals.

Saavy Naturals is promising a completely natural grade of products that is food-grade, cruelty free, vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, non-GMO and responsibly sourced.

They are looking to cash in with a deal from one of the sharks but is the market of natural personal care items too big?

"Saavy was created by husband and wife team, Hugo & Debra Saavedra, whose backgrounds are in food.

They have owned and operated restaurants, been personal chefs and designed and created menus for other restaurants.

They also introduced and grew exotic edible flowers and baby greens which were mainstays at many 5-star restaurants in Southern California." - Saavy Naturals

The ask: $200,000 for 10%

How it went down: The owner handed out samples to the Sharks. They even fed them some to show that it was so safe it's actually edible.

"What you put on your skin should be as pure as the food you eat," they said.

The couple said they have $750,000 in sales so far this year. The currently sell only in stores, not online.

Mr. Wonderful took major issue with the valuation. He predicted that no Shark would put up the money at that valuation.

The company has $400,000 in debt and Mr. Wonderful said that means it has no value at all.

Mark dropped out because he owns a competitive company. Barbara offered $200,000 for 50%.

The couple countered at "less than majority," and Barbara dropped out.

Robert offered $200,00 for 45% and Barbara came back in at 40%, but offered $100K in cash and $100K to fund purchase orders.

They accepted Barbara's offer.

About The Clean Cube

Arthur Shmulevsky and Ryan Agran are the minds behind The Clean Cube portable laundry service. The Clean Cube offers services such as Package Delivery, Wash and Fold, Dry Cleaning, Grocery Delivery, Goodwill Donations and Mini Storage.

These cubes are located in lobbies and allow the user to drop their clothes off, select what they would like done with them and have them returned to the building.

"Upon registration you receive a personal passcode to access the cubes through our touch screen. The cubes are securely shared with your neighbors, but once one is occupied it becomes unavailable for anyone else to use." - The Clean Cube

The ask: $300,000 for 10%

How it went down: Barbara was asked to come up to the front of the set and demo the Clean Cubes. She was easily able to operate it, but seemed only mildly impressed.

The duo explained that they had 40 locations in New York City. A typical instillation costs them $3,000 and they say the landlords are paying them because it's an amenity for the building.

Barbara said she understood.

Sales so far are almost non-existent, $130,000 in the last 12 months with 852 users.

Robert liked the space, but not the footprint for this one. He dropped out. Kevin was similarly negative and dropped out as well. Lori thought it was too early as did Mark, so they both dropped out.

That left only Barbara who thought it solved a problem, but did not see much of a market for it, so she dropped out.

About Simply Fit Board

Linda Clark and Gloria Hoffman are looking to get the sharks into shape by pitching the Simply Fit Board. The Simply Fit Board is a multi-purpose balance board that allows the users to get a full body workout.

Twisting is the big workout that is pushed by Simply Fit Board, because they said it's the only workout that works out every muscle in your core.

"When Linda, the mother of 4 and grandmother of 6, hit her 60's, she experienced what so many others have--the battle of the bulge. She called on her daughter, Gloria, to ask her advice on how to get rid of this extra weight.

Gloria, the mother of 2 little boys, understood the need for a product that targeted the dreaded belly fat.

Gloria's fitness background mixed with Linda's need for a simple, fun and effective product, resulted in the Simply Fit Board!" - Simply Fit Board

The ask: $125,000 for 15%

How it went down: The mother and daughter team demoed the product. They said there are hundreds of exercises that can be done on the board.

Kevin came up to try it as did Mark. Neither looked very natural on it. Robert joined them and was a little better at it.

The Sharks were concerned about the lack of patents. They have sold $500,000 in board so far, making $260,000 on that.

Kevin offered $250,000 for 30%. Kevin dropped out because he felt it was not proprietary.

Barbara felt it was an infomercial product and dropped out. Mark and agreed and followed.

Lori offered $125,000 for 20%. She said she would also fund purchase orders.

The owners asked if they would do a deal together and Lori said no. They countered her at 18%. Lori said she wanted 20 and the deal was accepted.

Kimmel's Pitch:

Kimmel showed up and pitched "The KId Cone," a safety cone that kids can wear. Clearly it was a joke (and not a funny one). The Sharks will appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday to give him his answer.

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