A Mark Cuban And Lori Greiner Deal On Grypmat! 

A jet mechanic from Solon, Ohio, founded the business Grypmat and developed a solution that keeps his tools accessible no matter what adjacent surfaces are present.

the businessman developed a flexible, gripping tool tray that can support tools at an angle of up to 70 degrees while working close to curved surfaces.

After the initial airing of the program, Grypmat ran out of all of its supplies. Sales have increased ten times after then compared to before the Tank.

A rubber pad called Grypmat keeps tools arranged and accessible. According to the Kickstarter campaign, the versatile and flexible tool mat enhances workflow for DIYers and tradespeople.

In his first appearance on “Shark Tank,” Burden requested $200,000 for 10% equity. Richard Branson, a guest shark,

According to their website, the “high-performance, flexible, non-magnetic, non-slip, chemical resistant, anti-static, rubber tool mat” is designed to increase efficiency and safety.

There are currently no in-store retail sales at The Grypmat. There are presently no in-store retail sales at The Grypmat.