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DynoSafe Shark Tank Update: What Happened After Shark Tank?

Pitchtemperature controlled porch safe to deter porch pirates
EntrepreneurRebecca Romanucci and Eric Romanucci
Asked For$150,000 for 15%
Deal$150,000 for 25% + majority of board seats with one seat going to Mark Cuban
SharkRobert Herjavec
StatusIn Business

Company Background

What is DynoSafe?

DynoSafe is the original climate-controlled, smart home-enabled delivery lockbox that gives customers the peace of mind that all of their deliveries are protected from theft, tampering, and bad weather.

It works by the customer placing their order as normal and then naming the delivery and assigning a temperature in the DynoSafe app, which generates a delivery code to be put in the special instructions of the customer’s order.

The delivery driver is then able to unlock the safe, place your packages safely inside, and then lock it up again.

Who are the DynoSafe Founders?

Rebecca Romanucci is the founder and CEO of DynoSafe. Her husband, Eric Romanucci, is the co-founder. Before DynoSafe, Romanucci worked as a Registered Nurse from 1988 to 2016, as well as an Advisory Board Member for the University of North Texas from 2007 to 2014.

In that duration, she was also the founder and CEO of a medical business that she expanded to several locations. Today she remains the CEO of DynoSafe with four patents and a variety of products that she plans to work on in the future.

Founder’s Story

As a nurse and an entrepreneur, Romanucci’s passion has always been to help people. She was inspired to create DynoSafe to help veterans suffering from PTSD and other disabilities that find going to the store difficult.

She saw many veterans getting home deliveries for food and medication that were temperature-sensitive – thus causing them to wait by the door for hours to make sure they didn’t miss their package.

Determined to find a solution, she took her idea and applied for a patent in 2016 which would be approved that following year – allowing her to start creating her prototype.

Although the safes are not yet available for purchase, they’re currently available for pre-order on the company website. The couple expects to sell the safes for $800-$1000 and will undoubtedly be a large contributor to the future of online retail.

What Happened After Shark Tank Update

Did DynoSafe Get a Deal on Shark Tank?

On Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 19, Rebecca Romanucci and Eric Romanucci entered the Shark Tank seeking $150,000 for 15% of their thermal porch safe, Dynosafe.

They accepted an offer of $150,000 for 25%, from Robert Herjavec, on the condition that Robert gets the majority of board seats with one of those seats going to Mark Cuban.

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