Frywall Net Worth 2020: Frywall is a smart kitchen creation. It’s a silicone-free BPA cone that sits right above a pot. It is built to ensure that hot oil does not break through the stove and onto the cook. In January 2018, Yair Reiner from Brooklyn, New York, charismatic inventor of Frywall, put his patented product on the shark tank. In return for 10 percent equity Yair went to the tank seeking an investment of $100,000.
It was Lori Greiner, the Queen of QVC, who gave him precisely what he needed – and more. She said that she would finance his purchases and extend him an indefinite line of credit. During a t-shirt from Frywall, Reiner joins the show to show the sharks.
Getting right, he tells you that, for 10 percent of his business, he’s looking for $100,000. Next, he presents his Frywall offering. Moving to the makeshift kitchen on the set, he explains the device is a solution to a known problem in the home cooks: splintering. When he offers the sharks a visual display he points to a specific pot on the furnace surrounded by a splatter.