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Wind Catcher

Wind Catcher Air Pad on Shark Tank

Fast Inflatable Air Pad Mattress - Episode 704 - October 30, 2015

Rapid Inflation Air Mattress Technology
Wind Catcher Inflatable Technology
appearing on
Shark Tank Season 7, Episode 704
 The Wind Catcher Inflatable Technology is one of the coolest new inventions ever featured on the Shark Tank Show. If you think of all those times almost hyperventilating from blowing up an air mattress or inflatable boat, it's easy seeing why the Wind Catcher Air Pads will become a Very Successful Shark Tank Product. Every time you blow into the WindCatcher Air Mattress, it's equivalent to ten times the air being trapped compared to the standard inflatable valves.

The inventor of the Wind Catcher Technology is Ryan Frayne, who'll be demonstrating the fastest blow-up mattress on the next Shark Tank Episode 704. Not only can you inflate his mattress with 1/10th the energy typically used, but you can also deflate the Wind Catcher in a matter of seconds when you're ready to go. Frayne took the Kickstarter route to prove the concept there is indeed a market for a faster, much easier way to blow up air mattresses. On June 13, 2013, the Wind Catcher Air Mattress successfully raised just shy of $150,000.00 from 1,472 financial backers. Just a little over one year later on September 4, 2014, Ryan successfully raised an additional $42,500.00 for his Air Pakk Self Inflating Backpack.

Wind Catcher AirPad 2 Reviews before Shark Tank Episode 704

After the Wind Catcher air catching technology's demonstrated to millions of Shark Tank Fans around the world, this business is going to "Inflate" in a massive way. Can you even imagine going back to the old way of inflating a mattress or an inflatable boat by sticking your mouth on that tiny little mouth piece again? All the Sharks will certainly love the Wind Catcher's technology capturing air ten times faster than any valve on the market. But what the investors will really like is the opportunity to license this patent to every manufacturer making inflatable products. Will Ryan be open to licensing this amazing new invention? Or will He take a page out of the Copa Da Vino guy and choose to build an entirely new Brand around this new technology?

While the Wind Catcher Air-Pad 2 is for sale on the website for only $99 each, surprisingly, Ryan's other successful Kickstarter project for the Air Pakk is nowhere to be found. That's not necessarily a bad thing at this stage of the game, and perhaps a good thing concentrating on the most successful product before being featured on the Shark Tank Show. What I want to know is when will Ryan make a Wind Catcher Inflatable Boat?

Watch the Wind Catcher Air Pad on the next Shark Tank Episode 704 this Friday night, 10/30/2015, and see not if, but how much the Sharks invest in this very cool new inflatable technology. That's my opinion before the Show airs by the way.

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