Robert Herjavec falls up and about and cuts his nostril whereas testing out a brand new product on this EXCLUSIVE preview of the all-new ‘Shark Tank.’ The autumn leaves Robert bleeding!

A husband and spouse convey their product — Sleep Pod — to sharks in hopes of getting a deal on this EXCLUSIVE preview of the Oct. 30 episode of Shark Tank. The couple is asking for $150,000 for 10% of their firm for his or her product which is designed to “simulate the sensation of being hugged or cuddled.”

They ask Robert Herjavec to check out the product. He tries the Sleep Pod on and admits it’s “truly actually soothing.” He additionally likes that there’s a pocket for temperature regulation. As he’s making an attempt to get out of the Sleep Pod, Robert winds up falling up and about!

Robert Herjavec tries out the Sleep Pod on ‘Shark Tank.’ (ABC)

After his fall, Robert stumbles once more making an attempt to stand up off the ground, however he’s nonetheless within the Sleep Pod! He shortly realizes that he reduce his nostril throughout his fall. “Oh my God, I’m bleeding!” he says!

Robert shortly recovers and the sharks get again to enterprise. Sharks Daymond John, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner, and Mark Cuban are all serious about making a deal.

The husband and spouse behind Hug Sleep. (ABC)

Mark goals excessive and provides the couple a whopping $300,000 for a 20% stake of their product. All of the sudden, Lori and Daymond match Mark’s supply. The couple is shocked, to say the least. Robert has but to weigh in along with his supply. Seems like this couple goes to get a deal!

Robert Herjavec finally ends up reducing his nostril in the course of the episode! (ABC)

Along with the Hug Sleep couple, entrepreneurs from Plano, Texas, attempt to reel within the Sharks with their creative method to fish luring. A husband and spouse from Las Vegas, Nevada, share their killer thought for a retail franchise that serves a wide range of cereal-centric treats, whereas an entrepreneur from Provo, Utah, works to persuade the Sharks he isn’t stretching the reality about his product designed to alleviate again ache. Shark Tank airs Fridays at eight p.m. on ABC.