|SEASON 12 EPISODE 19|
|Pitch||protective suit that protects devices from weather and environmental damage|
|Entrepreneur||Kevin Conway and Josh Inglis|
|Asked For||$500,000 for 10%|
|Deal||$500,000 for 8% + $1.5 per unit until $500,000 is repaid|
|Shark||Robert Herjavec and Lori Greiner|
What is Phoozy?
If you are technology savvy, you will want to pursue your passion and epic outdoor adventures stress-free knowing that your devices are safe.
In this case, you need PHOOZY premium products that offer thermal, float, and drop protection from laptops, tablets, and smartphones.
PHOOZY inspires people to live their active lifestyles fueled with their passion and craving for adventure with zero limitations.
Who Owns Phoozy?
Phoozy was founded by Kevin Conway and Josh Inglis and launched in 2017. Kevin was a professional race car driver while Josh Inglis was a digital marketing expert.
During his spare time, Kevin loved outdoor adventures like wakeboarding, surfing, and snowboarding. He realized his smartphone was overheating in heat and the phone shutting down in cold conditions. This is how the idea of creating products to protect his devices was born.
Using a layered matrix of components inspired by NASA-designed spacesuits and the skills of aerospace engineers, Conway created a drop-proof phone case, water-resistant, and climate-proof. The product also offers float protection that prevents the phone from sinking.
After developing the initial prototypes, Kevin Conway hooked up with his old friend, a digital marketing professional josh Ingres. Armed with a concept, a few rough prototypes, and the skills that he couldn’t hack this alone, Conway convinced Inglis to be the co-founder and chief operating officer of PHOOZY. From that moment, the dynamic due has developed PHOOZY into number one selling protection against damaging effects of adverse temperatures for devices.
Phoozy Shark Tank Update
Did Phoozy Get a Deal on Shark Tank?
On Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 19, Kevin Conway and Josh Inglis entered the Shark Tank seeking $500,000 for 10% of their thermal protection cases .
They accepted an offer from Robert Herjavec and Lori Greiner of $500,000 for 8% + $1.5 per unit until $500,000 is repaid.