GOBIE Water Bottle on Shark Tank
High Tech Reusable Water Bottle Season 4 - Episode 421 - 4/5/2013
The bottled water industry has flourished into a multi billion dollar industry with new competition continuing to enter this lucrative and profitable market. It's been great for the Coke's and Pepsi companies selling pure water at ridiculous markups, but not so good for the millions of plastic bottles that now clutter our landfills. If there was someway to make a Gobie H2O Water Bottle that has a built-in filter, you could save hundreds of dollars by essentially making your own pure water and greatly cutting down on single use plastic bottles. With the built-in filter capable of making over 100 gallons of drinking water, this is also a fantastic Alternative to Water Purification Tablets during an Outdoor Survival Emergency.
Water Bottles Go High Tech
They seemed to of thought of everything including the patented hard plastic bottle that you can squeeze just like the inferior plastic bottles with fancy labels. The built-in filter is an organic solid carbon block made out of coconut shells that's good for over 100 gallons of pure clean water before needing to be changed. The squeezable rubber grip is made of medical grade thermoplastic elastometer that will not degrade over time. This high tech water bottle is made to last a lifetime and a must have for hiking and backpacking in the wilderness.
GOBIE H2O before the Shark Tank
It's easy to see that the GOBIE Water Bottle is going to be a big hit with consumers that spend money on bottled water on a regular basis. At the cost of regular bottled water these days the GOBIE will pay for itself in no time. As far as marketing it to the outdoor enthusiast's from biking to hiking and even adding this to your survival kit, the potential is HUGE. They retail for $29.99 and each filter is good for about 100 gallons of pure drinking water making it an economical purchase that will more then pay for itself in no time.
Everything about the GOBIE H20 has success written all over it and I'm sure the Sharks will agree. But until we hear the numbers and how much it cost to produce a GOBIE Water Bottle, it would be difficult to see if this is a good investment or not. If I had to guess I would say that Rusty is not willing to give up a large percentage of the company for any amount of money at this stage of the game. The Sharks are going to battle it out with this one and most likely get a few hooked on the GOBIE H20 Invention.
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