Squeeky Knees

Squeeky Knees on Shark Tank

Squeaky Baby Clothes - Episode 521 - 3/7/2014
Squeeky Baby Pants seen on Episode 521, 3/7/2014
Built-in Squeaky Knee Pads called "Squeeky Knees"

 Now here's a new line of baby clothes that really could revolutionize the baby clothes market. By combining stylish baby leggings and pants, along with knee pads when their crawling and on the go, and a built-in GPS sort of devise from the squeaking noise, you have the perfect pair of baby pants coming to the Shark Tank Show.

The entrepreneur behind this clever patented pending devise is Lisa Evans; she appropriately named "Squeeky Knees". Like a lot of products seen on the Shark Tank, her invention was born out of necessity when Lisa's new baby started to crawl. If you have ever had kids of your own, then you know first-hand it doesn't take long to rub them raw when they really figure out how to crawl.

Surprisingly no one has ever thought about building in baby knee pads into the clothes, and then adding a squeaky noise that not only entertains you're baby, but also provides a way of keeping track of them while performing other tasks. This really does seem like a great idea having stylish baby clothes, with built-in protection, and a form of entertainment to boot.

What does it sound like when your toddler's crawling around in a pair of "Squeeky Knees"? LOL, after watching this video below, I'd have to say it sounds a lot like a little mouse squeaking around the house.

Babies in Squeeky Knees from Squeeky Knees on Vimeo.

Squeeky Knees before the Shark Tank Update from Episode 521

My very first impression building squeeky knee pads into a pair of pants seems like a great idea and something the Sharks might consider investing in. For some reason QVC popped into my mind, and I was curious if Lori Greiner will be on this episode 521, which she is. The next thing was to check the social network sites and see if Lisa was actively promoting the fact Squeeky Knees will be on the Shark Tank next Friday night.

 I then wondered about the "patent pending" Lisa has for this product, and the potential of a similar squeeky product from an already established brand. With a solid patent in place covering this multi-purpose pair of baby pants, a licensing deal could potentially be worth a fortune for both Evans, and the Sharks that invest in the Squeaky Knees. Depending on the patent, this deal could go either way, but if my kids were still crawling all over the house, I wouldn't hesitate buying a few pairs of Squeeky Knees just to help keep better track of them.

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  1. Anonymous7:41 PM

    As a mother of 5 children and grandmother of 3-1/2, I believe these pants would be great to help busy moms keep track of where their little ones are while they are trying to accomplish anything around the house. These little crawlers and toddlers go everywhere and moms can hear that sweet noise which would be music to a momma's ears! Good Luck and God Bless!

  2. Anonymous7:42 PM

    well they got rocked

  3. Anonymous7:43 PM

    You guys were unfair. Maybe if you mentioned the possiablity of changing the noise. The concept is very good, but your egos and over talking to the presenters were not working together to make a partnership, but to showboat.

  4. Anonymous6:02 AM

    they did not get a deal on the Sharktank show.

  5. Anonymous8:45 AM

    The sharks were rude. I'd like to buy a pair but the price is too high

  6. Obnoxious squeeking? I'm glad these aren't selling, they'd be a pain in public,

  7. Anonymous7:33 PM

    Do you make pants with just the kneepads that do not squeak ? A parent should be in close proximity to a child that is learning to crawl, not listening for a squeak from another room! I would have bought a pair for fun, but the cost was too expensive.

  8. That was one of the worst presentations I've ever seen on Shark Tank. Also, I totally agreed that the sound was obnoxious. Maybe it's the sound of money to the inventors, but what about to the customers? What happens when a dog bites off a child's leg because of it?

  9. Anonymous1:08 AM

    I love the product and would love to purchase but the price is too high.

  10. Anonymous1:16 PM

    As a father of a 10 month old that is starting to crawl, I think it's not a good idea. The noise would annoy me. I also wonder what happens when the child makes it to where he wants to get and you can't hear the squeak anymore. Are you going to wait for the kid to pull the bookcase or table or whatever down and hear boom. Why didn't they bring a child to show the pants firsthand on the show instead of just a recorded example? They can just edit the sound of the pants on a video. These pants would promote bad parenting. You need to pay attention to your children and know where they are without the sound of a squeak!

  11. Anonymous2:38 PM

    For Christmas I bought my mother a dog toy with a squeaker where the audio frequency is higher than what humans can hear but can still be heard by dogs. I did this because my mom frequently gets annoyed when she is trying to read a book or watch TV and the dog is playing with the squeaky toy. If I put these on her (currently non-existent) grandkids, I'd go from worrying that they were scraping their knees to the thought of my mom throwing them out the window.

  12. Anonymous11:29 AM

    the investors get ruder as the show becomes more successful. And the ruder they get, the more successful the show becomes. That's just Television. The ruder they are, the more entertaining it is.

  13. Anonymous11:33 AM

    I'd buy at $15 and if they had birds chirping squeaker might get me to buy at $25

  14. Anonymous8:59 AM

    The investors were not rude, they were trying to understand why the product was not selling. In a kinder way, they were trying to lead the couple to the truth, bad execution and overall bad idea. It's a very dangerous product that would allow parents to rely on a squeaking sound to know where their very young children are in a house full of catastrophes waiting to happen. My son was 6 months old when he learned to crawl, he could barely understand "no", there is no way I would leave him and his sister (17 months younger) alone. Children require our full attention at young ages which is why they take long naps, giving us a chance to catch up on our daily chores.

    1. Anonymous9:36 PM

      How can the sister be 17 months younger than the 6 month old?

  15. Anonymous12:23 PM

    shout out to the mom. mark was way out of line. it's easy to tell people how to live their lives when you have tons of money. they were right about the stigma around stay at home moms. good on her for stepping out and trying to accomplish her dreams. keep fighting the good fight.

  16. I can see adding padding to the knees, but a squeaker? That sound is really annoying to a lot of people. Also, a child at the stage in development should be in the same room as the parent not squeaking away into oblivion. I think Mark's point was that the natural limitations of being a stay-at-home mom would prohibit her from being able to devote the kind of time necessary to stay ahead of the inevitably arising competition. As for Kevin...when is he not needlessly crass?

  17. My daughter's were adopted from China, and while I was there, I bought many sizes of "squeaky" shoes for toddlers. They were sold all over in China. The same types of squeakers were used. Believe me, the irritation was nothing compared to knowing where the girls were at all times, especially away from home. They didn't wear them all the time, of course, but in certain settings or situations, it was a wonderful way to track them.

  18. Anonymous6:42 PM

    When my children was small I had put little jingle bells on the laces. It worked great for keeping up with them!!

  19. Anonymous3:58 PM

    This concept would be useful in a sock - slipper version for elderly confused mobile persons, in both home setting to alert caregiver in night and in care facility (hopsital or LTC) to alert staff some one (or more than one) up walking and potentialy prevent missing or other adverse event.

  20. How would this affect kids in terms of learning to walk?? Seems like the pants are encouraging babies to stay on all fours rather than stand up and walk since walking makes no noise.. and the lifespan of 30$ pants should be more than a month!

  21. The investors were NOT rude, they were just honest. Who wants to hear a squeaking noise all the time? I like the comment about a dog thinking its a toy, so true! It's just a BAD IDEA!

  22. I actually think it is a good idea! The reason I think so is because these were very easy to buy when my sister (born in 1964) had pants like these when she was crawling. Then, my oldest daughter (born 1981) had squeeky knee pants she was crawling. These pants were not specially made by anyone -- they were available in stores ... meaning these are NOT a new idea -- they are a recycled idea. However, recycled or not, I like the idea and they were very good by my daughter because she was very fast and was into everything. In fact, so much so that I had to lace jingle bells onto her shoes so I could keep track of her ... she was walking at 9 months, running by 11 months, and climbing things by 13 months. She was very fast and dangerously inquisitive. These may not be good for everyone, but they are still a good thing.


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