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Suitcase Shopping /Delivery - Episode 805 - October 28, 2016

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 The Unpack is coming to the Shark Tank Show in Episode 805 with a suitcase packing service like nothing you've seen before. Imagine going on vacation, but don't feel like packing and lugging around a suitcase during your trip. You just want to jump on an airplane, go to the Hotel and have everything waiting for you when you arrive.

When I say UnPack packs everything, I mean they supply anything you will need depending on the destination and your clothing style. I'm talking a brand new wardrobe decked-out with a pair of Nike Jordan just sitting there waiting in your Hotel Room. Any suitcase related item you can imagine (and pay for) will be packed into a suitcase for you to Un-Pack when you arrive.

The entrepreneurs bringing The UnPack packing service to the Shark Tank Season 8, Episode 805 is Aaron Liskov and Andrew Zahornacky. Before the UnPack service goes shopping for your vacation, they'll need to know all about your body style and clothing style preferences first.

The sign-up process for Unpack is like an online checklist covering your entire body so be sure to measure your neck size first. Another question is, "What is your button size?" My button size?  Hmm, I never measured the size of my button before.

Unfortunately, there's no way to determine how much The UnPack suitcase packaging services costs without creating an account (including the checklist) on the website. Just thinking about the logistical nightmare getting the suitcases to the right destination on time (let alone going shopping for you first) would add considerable cost using this service. But Hey, if money were no object, it sure would make any vacation that much more memorable.

Watch The UnPack on Shark Tank Episode 805 next Friday night, October 21, 2016, and see if the Sharks invest in the suitcase packing business. 

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  1. I was surprised at the comment about it but only being a money saver if traveling for 2 days by Robert. I was even more surprised that the two guys presenting had no comeback for that to clarify how ignorant of a statement that was a to correct it. First off by my math a 5 day trip would be the break even point for cost to use the service at the $20 per day rate vs baggage fees. Five days times $20 is $100. Baggage fees industry wide average $50 EACH WAY and since you don't throw your luggage away that means you get to pay $50 to take the bag on a trip and $50 to bring it back home making that also $100. That doesn't take into consideration that with the service you don't have to do laundry when you get home from your trip and you don't have to worry about a checked bag and dragging that around. As for personal items and the Sharks making it sound like this was an idiotic idea (besides Mark seeing the vision for a procured outfit model) because you would still need personal items well Sharks that's where the carry on comes into play. Anyways I thought it was a really good idea. I would use the service but I would hire someone different who can think in their feet better to represent the company.

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