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LifeBelt Shark Tank Update: What Happened After Shark Tank?

Pitchdevice that prevents people from driving without seat belts
Entrepreneur Robert Allison
Asked For$500,000 for 10%
DealNo Deal
SharkNo Shark
StatusOut of Business

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0 thoughts on “LifeBelt Shark Tank Update: What Happened After Shark Tank?”

  1. Why cant a shark revive it. It’s clear that allison didn’t realize they wanted to take it to the car manufactures

    • In 1974 it was mandated that ALL cars sold in America had to have a similar device. It was such a resounding success that those devices were legally disabled the very next year. At the same time the nostart was replaced by an annoying buzzer and light which were soon downgraded by law to the lamp that is present today.

    • The patent is still in effect. A company may go out of business but the patent survives.

      There is no obligation to have a running business to have a binding patent.

    • Kevin O’Leary? Is that you?

      I don’t understand how he got a patent on something that was a factory install on a lot of cars in late 1960s Called seat-belt interlocks. .


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