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Zipit Bedding

Zip It Bedding on Shark Tank

Bedding that Zips Up Like a Sleeping Bag - Episode 521 - 2/28/2014

seen on Shark Tank episode 521, 2/28/2014
"ZipIt Bedding on Shark Tank"
Never make Your Bed again
 I figured I was already for the Shark Tank Show starting in a few hours, only to discover on Twitter I had the wrong "never make your bed again" product. Considering the other company was baffling me how it could even get on the Shark Tank, I'm pleased to discover we have a real super cool, well thought out and ready to succeed business called the ZipIt Bedding Company.

As soon as you first visit the ZipIt Bedding website, it's obvious this professionally designed website is prepared to take thousands of orders tonight alone. Without having the time to learn as much I can about this soon-to-be Shark Tank product that's coming up in just a few hours, my first impression is there may already be atleast a Shark or two involved with the ZipIt Bedding Business. The entrepreneurs are Hayley Carr and Jennifer MacDonald, who will making their first appearance in this episode 521.

As much as I'd like one for our king size bed, it looks like so far ZipIt Bedding is mainly targeting the younger generation who hasn't has the privilege of making a bed for so many years, yet. The ZipIt Bedding comes complete with heavy duty zippers in the twin size for $54.99, and the full size for $64.99 plus tax. Both sizes also come in three different styles to choose from for both girls and boys. The styles include Extreme Sports, outer Space and Wild Animals for Boys, and Rocker Princess, Fantasy Forest and Sweet Stuff for the Girls. Also, the more you order, the more you can save on postage.

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  1. Anonymous5:43 PM

    Sadly I noticed that several others have taken the idea and renamed it.
    I would love to see a satin sheet set that is zipped with the zipper hidden. My hubby love, love , loves satin sheets but unfortunatly they are a huge pain in the butt because everything slides off during the night. Also maybe side zips within the middle on each sid in addition to one at the bottem (leaving an opening ) so feet have an option to hang out if they wish. :)

  2. Anonymous6:40 PM

    Cool product! But Id rather teach my kid how to make a bed. I would like one for my mom who has limited mobility

  3. Anonymous1:03 PM

    My satin sheets 30 years ago were sewn together along the bottom. This solved the problem of the top slipping off.