Dragons Blown Away by Ingenius Wall Threading Device | Dragons’ Den

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Sharon delivers a confident pitch to the Dragons, demonstrating her invention Magnamole which allows cables to be safely threaded between cavity walls. The Dragons certainly seem impressed by her figures: in dealing with a major telecoms company she has estimated that by supplying their engineers with the product she will save them £6.5 million per year in downtime alone.

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