A new list of 27 Shark Tank favorites where inspiration meets invention. Once those meet, the biggest words in business follow: passion and dedication. When it all comes together, it also means a fortune for the sharks and some lucky, hardworking entrepreneurs. Works out pretty well for customers too — who get to enjoy the fruits of their labors.
Below are some favorites new and old, both fresh and timeless. Shark Tank airs Fridays at 9pm on ABC.
LocTote Theft-Resistant Drawstring Backpack — Because Your Stuff is Your Stuff
The Original Flak Sack, a handsome draw-string backpack that’s designed to ward off thieves.
LocTote bags are made of slash-resistant material and have a lock, so you can relax.
Fizzics Draft Beer System — to make your beer taste great and fresh always.
Shark Tank hit Fizzics Waytap Beer Dispenser — for when you want a draft beer at home. Or draught beer, if you’re a UK imbiber.
The Fizzics beer system improves the taste of canned, bottled and especially Growler beer that you bring home using a proprietary tech to enhance flavor and carbonation – -it’s all about the foam.
Price: $269.99 or $169.99
Goverre — Modern Portable Wine Glasses for Fun on the Go
Goverre makes no-spill, portable, stemless wine glasses that comes in a silicone sleeve and and a drink-through lid.
Even Oprah mag says “classy,” not an easy label to win when you’re carrying wine with you everywhere!
Simply Fit Board — Customer Go Wild!
The Simply Fit Board lit up sales like few products do as soon as it appeared on the show. The excellent demonstration by the entrepreneurs just made people say I want that!
The Simply Fit Board helps work the abs, butt, core, legs and it’s not boring — the big plus.
Price: Now less than $40
Guardian Bikes — with safe SureStop braking technology for kids
Guardian Bikes claim to be the world’s safest children’s bikes.
Each Guardian Bike is equipped with Surestop technology that makes sure the brakes work properly without a risk of the front brake throwing a rider. It’s like ABS braking for your bike.
Price: $330 to $420
See/Rescue Streamer — Safety and Security for outdoor adventurers
The See/Rescue Streamer is a safety device for outdoor adventurists (hikers, campers, boaters) who might get lost.
When rolled up, it’s the size of a cell phone (and weighs just 5 ounces). When deployed, a six-inch wide, 25 foot long bright orange streamer rolls out. With “military grade chem-lights and retro-reflectors”
Price: $80 and up
Drop Stop Car Seat — This Shark Tank smash, a patented Car Seat Gap Filler
Drop Stop Car Seat Gap Filler made investor Lori Greiner drop stop what she was doing and invest $300,000 for 20 percent equity in Drop Stop, the product that catches stuff that falls between a car seat and the center console.
People went crazy for this product!
Simple Sugars: Green Tea Body Scrub – For Sensitive Skin – Eczema, Dry Skin
Simple Sugars For Sensitive Skin – Eczema, Dry, Psoriasis. When 19-year-old Lani Lazzari pitched her line of natural-scrubs for sensitive skin, Simple Sugars, on Shark Tank.
The young woman impressed billionaire shark Mark Cuban who invested in Lani and the company ($100k for 33%).
Controlled Chaos Creme — Curly hair tamer gets a lot of attention
The Controlled Chaos all-natural, vegan hair care line got so popular that they’ve been selling the products (in refillable bottles!) to other salons.
Rebranding it Controlled Chaos, they got a lot of attention from curly-headed people everywhere after Shark Tank.
Nerdwax — Stop Slipping Glasses formula solved a problem, a big one!
Nerdwax is a beeswax balm that keeps eyeglasses from slipping off your nose. “It’s time to wax on” is the company’s tagline.
The balm, which is made of all natural and certified organic ingredients, creates a layer of friction between eyeglasses and skin. One Nerdwax application can last up to 12 hours
GoCubes — Caffeine Delivery for people on the move! Chew it!
GO CUBES by Nootrobox are made to be an alternative to a cup of coffee.
The gummies taste like coffee but have half the caffeine (50mg per cube) so you don’t get the bad effects of caffeine like the jitters
Tower Paddle Boards — on the water in style
Tower Paddle Boards, the stand up paddle board company landed a deal with Mark Cuban on Shark Tank in 2012.
Since the Shark Tank TV appearance and Cuban’s investment, Tower Paddle Boards’ annual revenues have grown more than 2500%
Dude Wipes — a solution for men who want to clean up fast
Dupe Wipes, disposable toilet wipes marketed for men. Business is booming especially after Amazon selected Dude Wipes as an Amazon Dash product.
On Shark Tank, billionaire Mark Cuban invested $300,000 in exchange for 25 percent equity.
Fresh Patch — housebreak your pet naturally
Place the Fresh Patch, where you would like your dog to “go” the entrepreneur explained on Shark Tank.
The grass is real, so it absorbs urine while controlling the odor.
Better Life Detergent — Environmentally kind, popular detergent
Better Life Products have a loyal customer base, and this detergent is one reason why Here’s a typical review:
“Like all of the Better Life products, this stuff works better than anything else I’ve tried, and on it’s own- I don’t add fabric softener, bleach, nothing.”
BetterBack — this invention struck gold on Shark Tank with a strong solution
BetterBack is a product that can improve posture and therefore relieve back pain. On average, Americans sit about nine hours a day.
Betterback’s inventor says it can fit in a purse, can work in 5 minutes flat and teaches you how to sit properly.
Floating Mug — because it’s cool, and because it’s practical
The Floating Mug was borne because the inventor kept messing up his wife’s tables, leaving tea rings. So he designed a porcelain mug that appears to be floating on air.
One side of the handle of the mug curves around to form a base, almost like a coaster, while the other is attached to the mug.
Illumibowl — because bad things happen when you can see the bowl
IllumiBowl, a motion-activated toilet light. They raised close to $100,000 in just 40 days.
Kevin “Mr. Wonderful” O’Leary like it enough to add his own precious money.
GoodHangups — Hanging System for Kids Art
GoodHangups is a line of removable, reusable magnet stickers for hanging art, posters, and cards among other things. It works on all kinds of surfaces, wood, tile, brick, stone, you name it.
An alternative to tape and tacks.
PhoneSoap — because your cell phone is disgusting
PhoneSoap charges and sanitizes phones using UV light. The light destroys nucleic acids and breaks apart germ DNA.
A cell phone has 18 times more harmful bacteria than the handle in a public restroom.
WineDoctor Stopper — Don’t waste good wine
The WineDoctor kit is one of an endless parade of win-based products on Shark Tank.
They’re popular because it’s a huge market with problems to solve.
BeerBlizzard — Ice Cube For Your Can
Beer Blizzard is a reusable device that keeps beer cans colder longer.
It’s a plastic ice cube shaped like a disk to fit under a can of beer (water or soda) to keep the drink colder for up to 21 minutes.
Grip Clean — All Natural Industrial Hand Soap
Grip Clean — “the world’s first all-natural industrial hand soap infused with the cleaning power of dirt.”
Invented by Bryce Hudson, a three-time X-Games medalist who rides a dirt motocross bike for a living.
Spikeball Combo – 3 Ball Set, Drawstring Bag, And Rule Book
You need four players, a Spikeball Ball (like a hacky sack) and a Spikeball Net which is a mini trampoline.
Q-flex — Acupressure Back and Body Massage Tool
Q Flex looks like a modern backscratcher but relieves more than an itch.
By applying pressure to specific points on the body, the Q-Flex can relieve stress and tension.
Scrub Daddy – The fun, scratch-free sponge that works
Aaron Krause is the founder of Scrub Daddy, the yellow circular smiley-faced scratch-free sponge that adjusts with water temperature — hard for cold, soft for hot.
He made a deal with QVC Queen Lori Greiner on Shark Tank, and today, Scrub Daddy is one of the most successful products in Shark Tank history