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What happened to ORU kayak after shark tank?

Oru Kayak Shark Tank Update Unfortunately, the deal with Herjavec never closed. Oru continues to grow however. They did partner with GetOutfitted, a company that rents outdoor gear Oru has a special rent to own program where the 6 day rental fee of $150 will be credited toward the purchase of a new kayak.

Who invested in Oru Kayak?

Oru Kayak, a collapsible kayak that can fold and fit in the back of a car, was pitched on Shark Tank in 2014. Robert Herjavec invested $500,000 into Oru for 25 percent equity. One of the big challenges for Oru is selling a product (a 12-foot long plastic boat) that has a pretty big sticker price — an Oru costs $1200.

How many Oru kayaks have been sold?

To date, we’ve sold and shipped over 3,000 kayaks across the globe, demoed the Oru Kayak before a national TV audience on ABC’s Shark Tank, and tripled our staff. Our successful Kickstarter campaign enabled us to hit the ground running, but it also created unexpected challenges.

Is Oru Kayak worth the money?

For the person that wants to get on the water but can’t transport or store a traditional kayak, an Oru is worth considering. For city dwellers without storage space or a way to transport a large kayak, they are well worth considering.

When was Cinnaholic on Shark Tank?

Before Shark Tank publicity in 2014, the California-based concept operated out of one storefront in 2009. Cinnaholic aimed to set itself apart with a completely vegan product.

Where is the Oru Kayak made?

We’ve singled out a few of our factory team for recognition, but it’s a true team effort- making Oru kayaks takes careful attention and care from everyone. Thanks to everyone on our amazing factory team in Mexico!

What is Oru Kayak made of?

Made from a single sheet of corrugated plastic, the Oru Bay kayak folds origami-like from a large backpack into a 12-foot boat.

Where are ORU kayaks manufactured?

They sell in shops across the country, through REI and Backcountry. These Made in America boats are manufactured in California and sell for roughly the same price as other comparable plastic or fiberglass boats. The company boasts that Oru’s can go from box to boat in 10 minutes or less.

Did Shark Tank invest in Cinnaholic?

When Cinnaholic founders Shannon and Florian Radke pitched their vegan cinnamon roll concept on ABC’s reality series “Shark Tank,” they wowed investor Robert Herjavec. He offered the two a deal—$200,000 in exchange for 40 percent equity.

What Shark Tank episode is Cinnaholic?

Cinnaholic Shark Tank Summary

Episode Season 5 Episode 28
Asked For $200,000 for 20%
Accepted Offer $200,000 for 40%
Shark Robert Herjavec
Business Status In Business

What material is Oru Kayak made of?

corrugated plastic
Made from a single sheet of corrugated plastic, the Oru Bay kayak folds origami-like from a large backpack into a 12-foot boat.

Is the Oru kayak a Shark Tank product?

The Oru Kayak (short for Origami) is also the latest Shark Tank product that first proved there’s a market for a folding Kayak with a very successful Kickstarter campaign.

Who are the founders of the Oru kayak?

The entrepreneurs behind the Oru Kayak are Anton Willis, Ardy Sobhani and Roberto Gutierre, who will be appearing in the next Shark Tank Episode 525 . These full sized Kayaks fold down into a small carrying case and weighs only 26 pounds.

How big is the beam on the Oru kayak beach Lt?

Easy to assemble, the Oru Kayak Beach LT has a wide beam measuring 28 inches that makes it stable and easy to paddle, even by those with little experience. It’s durable plastic material can be folded thousands of times without any wear or tear, and a large cockpit makes it easy to get in and out of.

What makes the ORU Bay St kayak so good?

The Oru Bay ST Kayak is easy to assemble, giving you more time to enjoy the water, and is made out of strong, double layered polypropylene. That means that not only can it withstand rigorous folding, but the Bay ST is extremely puncture and abrasion resistant.