|SEASON 12 EPISODE 13|
|Pitch||copper infused silky cotton sheets for men who don’t wash their sheets|
|Asked For||$212,000 for 10%|
What is Jax Sheets?
Jax Sheets are the first sheets specifically designed for men. They make use of bamboo fibers, which make them as smooth as silk. When compared to cotton sheets, Jax Sheets are more sustainable.
What’s even more thrilling is that they are some of the most affordable and breathable bed sheets on the market today.
The idea of starting Jax Sheets crossed Wen’s mind after he bought his “high thread count” sheets for $20. He educated himself about different materials and how they affect a man’s sleep. That is how he ended up buying his first silk sheets.
The $400 silk sheets from Amazon did not disappoint. Wen was impressed, but it wasn’t lost on him that he had to pay so much to be comfortable. In fact, those silk sheets turned out to be even more expensive than his mattress that had cost him $140 in 2016.
Wen realized that he was already knowledgeable about different materials. He was in the perfect position to start making bed sheets for men, and sell them at a lesser price. That way, men didn’t have to pay hundreds of dollars to have a better sleep.
Wen went ahead to create Jax Sheets. To ensure that he got the much-needed honest feedback regarding his product, he started a 1000-men group to help him offer more pleasant experiences.
What Happened After Shark Tank Update
Did Jax Sheets Get a Deal on Shark Tank?
On Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 13, Wen Muenyi accepted an offer of $212,000 for 10% of his copper infused sheets for guys who don’t like to wash their sheets.
Despite his Kickstarter success and praise from the Sharks for his vibrant, spirited personality, none of them made an offer and Wen left the Tank without a deal.
Is Jax Sheets Still in Businesss?
Despite leaving the Tank without a deal, Jax Sheets is still in business.
Jax’s copper infused sheets have received many positive reviews from customers, some of whom are charmed by Wen’s hard work and determination.
Some critics, though, have joked about Jax Sheets being made from the same material as blouses.
Regardless of what they stay, we can all rest assured that Wen and Jax Sheets will continue on the mission for a laundry-free future.