AJ Khubani, CEO of Telebrands, was recently interviewed by Barbara White-Sax from Drug Store News. According to Khubani, products in the As Seen on TV category have grown in sales by about 20% in the last year and are predicted to continue to increase in the coming year.
“Our market model is very sound. As a group of companies, we test market hundreds of products on television, then bring the top 10 to retail. Drug chains are only getting the products that are most successful. They are consumer-tested with a known demand and significant advertising support,” said Khubani.
This successful model has led to an increased interest from retailers in As Seen on TV Products and an overall growing success.
To read the full article on Telebrands and As Seen on TV Products, check out Drug Store News.
Rabbit TV by Telebrands was recently featured on Examiner as the new must-have product for your entertainment. The reviewer was amazed at the vast selection of movies and televisions shows that were available on Rabbit TV that weren’t available on Netflix or Hulu such as The Perfect Weapon, The Caine Mutiny, and Europa Europa. “I was amazed that they were found. Clarity was great. Most were viewable in 480P, but many were in 720P. As for TV shows, I was able to watch current as well as classic versions of Hawaii 5-0, but also, I found the entire series of JAG. So needless to say, Rabbit TV has satisfied my sense of ‘There’s nothing on’,” he said.
To read the full review of Rabbit TV, check out the Examiner.
The Pocket Hose was recently tested on AOL.com. The reviewer wanted to see if the pocket hose really could expand and function like a regular hose. He took it out of the packaging, read the directions and set it up. He was amazed at how the Pocket Hose seemingly came to life and grew to the size of a normal hose! “The pros of the Pocket Hose it that it is relatively cheap and it doesn’t kink or tangle,” he said.
To watch the full review of the Pocket Hose, check out AOL.com.
The Insta-Bulb was recently reviewed on the KFYR-TV News segment ‘Don’t Buy It, Until We Try It’. Amy Fox, a reporter for the station, worked with David Kinney, the assistant manager at Mac’s Hardware, to test out the Insta-Bulb. “You`ll see how the Insta-bulb lights up the dark space, making easier to find things. Once they`re set up, they`re good to go for many years,” said Kinney. The Insta-Bulb also passed their shatter test, which is an added bonus.
To read the full review of the Insta-Bulb by Telebrands, check out KFYR-TV News
King 5 News recently put the Sticky Buddy from Telebrands to the test. Jesse Jones, the product tester, traveled to Standwood’s Noah Center, an animal shelter, to test the how well the Sticky Buddy can remove pet hair from fabrics. They tried they sticky Buddy some cat blankets and then rinsed it off to try it again and both times the Stick Buddy worked wonderfully! “I’d say it’s a thumbs up, it’s definitely a combination of the bristles and the stickiness, it’s a great combination – it makes a very good product,” she said.
To watch the full review of the Sticky Buddy, check out King 5 News.
Bruce Lubin, author of “Who Knew? 10,0001 Solutions for Everyday Life” recently discussed his book and money saving tips on Great Day Houston. Lubin demonstrated some of his favorite tips from the book such as using a banana peel for shoe polish, using a used tea bag to remove pen marks on skin. According to Lubin, this book has been “20 years in the making, my wife and I have been putting these tips together to save you time and money.”
For more of Lubin’s tips and tricks from ‘Who Knew?’ check out the book on Telebrands.
Fox 5 San Diego recently featured a segment on AJ Khubani, CEO of Telebrands. The Fox 5 news team interviewed Khubani on the Inventors Day Expo which is took place on April 4th at the Hilton Bayfront in San Diego. To give the viewers a taste of the Inventors Day, Fox 5 invited some hopeful inventors to demonstrate their inventions in the studio. The inventors were given 30 seconds to pitch their product and then Khubani would weigh in with his opinions. “We get ideas that are finished and patented or just an idea on a napkin, it doesn’t matter. We get our best ideas from everyday inventors,” he said.
To watch the full feature on Telebrands Inventors Day, check out Fox 5.
Telebrands product the Edge of Glory was recently featured on the ‘Try it Before You Buy It’ segment on 11 Alive. The 11 Alive crew recruited local viewer Kirby to help them test out the Edge of Glory to see if it if could actually sharpen knives. They tried it out on a set of knives that Kirby had had for years which were now painfully dull. After a few swipes through the Edge of Glory, Kirby’s old knives were cutting like new. “It sharpened my knives, definitely, and it was able to cut my vegetables,” Kirby said. He gives Edge of Glory two thumbs up,” they said.
To read the full review of the Edge of Glory, check out 11 Alive.
Telebrands’ CEO, A.J. Khubani was recently interviewed by Diane Bell of U-T San Diego. Khubani is bringing the Telebrands Inventor’s Day to San Diego for the very first time and Bell gave readers the inside scoop on how the Inventor’s Day really works. On the Telebrands Inventor’s Days, Khubani invites inventors from all over to come and pitch their inventions for the chance at their idea getting turned into the next As Seen on TV sensation. According to the article, “as a judge, Khubani doesn’t want prior knowledge of products. “Our viewers watch a two-minute spot. I want to have the same experience.” If he doesn’t “get it” in the brief pitch time, he says it won’t be a good investment.”
To read the full article on the Telebrands Inventor’s Day, check out U-T San Diego.
Who Knew? by Telebrands was written by Bruce Lubin and his wife Jeanne, who have spent their lives collecting tips and tricks that will save you both time and money. These tips cover everything from cooking and cleaning to organizing and removing stains. Who Knew? will help you “discover how to affordably clean your home using all-natural, homemade cleaners; get rid of any kind of stain on the planet; organize like a whiz; keep your car at its best; and perform simple household repairs,” they said.
To read the full article on Who Knew? by Telebrands, visit the Huffington Post.