Occasionally, entrepreneurs do not get any investments from the Sharks on Shark Tank. That happened to Mark Aramli, a former NASA employee who pitched his BedJet system on the show in 2015. BedJet is a mattress pad that allows the user to control the climate and adjust it to their ideal temperature.
Aramli valued his product at $2.5 million and planned to sell each BedJet for $499. The Sharks all disagreed with Mark Aramli’s valuation, and all turned him down because of that. Although he walked away empty-handed, Amrali ended up winning in the end. Within a year-and-a-half of his appearance on Shark Tank, he had sold over $3 million worth of products thanks to his commitment.