Inventor Joe Moore’s nasal screen has become a hit with consumers, and now he’s ready to expand his product line. He’s already appeared on Shark Tank and has sold his product in thirty different countries.
Product idea on Shark Tank
Inventors are invited to pitch their ideas on the ABC show. They are vying for a chance to secure an investment from the sharks. Some business owners have walked out of the show with a shiny new prize.
The “Shark Tank” has featured countless innovative inventions and products. The cast is a rotating group of business experts, self-made millionaires and special guest investors. Among the most successful products on the show include Send A Ball, Mod Mom Furniture, Rocketbook and the Tree T-Pee.
The “Shark Tank” has given out $100 million worth of deals to entrepreneurs. These deals have become household names. In fact, Forbes has ranked the best Shark Tank products.
Aside from the obvious sex enhancement product, the best Shark Tank product is probably the Hug Sleep. This product gets users ready for sleep by applying gentle pressure to their body.
The “Shark Tank” also featured a video doorbell. Later, the doorbell was renamed Ring, and it was purchased by Amazon.
Sales in 30 countries around the world
Founded by Joe Moore, First Defense Nasal Screens is a leading manufacturer of air pollution filters that can be used for respiratory diseases. Moore’s product is a nasal filter made of a hypoallergenic, non-latex material that fits over the nose. It’s lab-tested and proven to be effective on particles as small as one micron. It’s been tested in 30 countries, including Australia, China, India, the United States, and the United Arab Emirates.
Moore started the company in 2011 after a sneeze attack nearly took his life. He had an idea for a nasal filter that could reduce air pollution. He tested the idea with various face masks, but they were too bulky and uncomfortable.
After a few trials, Moore identified the perfect product for his nasal filter. It was a nasal strip that was nearly invisible and could reduce airborne particles by 99%. It was also tested to reduce respiratory problems. It is now a popular product that is sold in more than 50 countries worldwide.
Shark Tank appearances
During his Shark Tank appearances, Joseph Moore of First Defense Nasal Screens, made a series of offers to investors. One of his offers was the largest in the show’s history.
Joe Moore asked for a $500,000 investment for a 10% stake in his company. After the episode aired, investment offers poured in. One of his offers was from Robert Herjavec. He offered to buy First Defense Nasal Screens for $4 million.
Another offer was from Kevin O’Leary. He was interested in buying a container for his wine, but didn’t want to give the wine itself. O’Leary offered to invest $750,000 for a 30% stake in the company. He also offered to give Moore 15% perpetual royalty.
A third offer came from Shawn Davis. The founder of a seafood burger company, Davis wanted to expand his business. After a year of work, Davis had increased the company’s profit from $30,000 to $5 million. Davis grew his business with the help of Shark Tank exposure.