RinseKit is a portable pressurized shower designed for people who like the great outdoors. Without pumping or batteries, a RinseKit provides up to three minutes of pressurized spray to wash off sand after a long day at the beach. The inventor of RinseKit, surfer Chris Crawford, pitched his business on Shark Tank in February 2017. He went into the Tank seeking an investment of $250,000 in exchange for five percent equity. After receiving offers from Kevin O’Leary, Robert Herjavec, and Lori Greiner, Crawford made a deal with Daymond John — $250,000 for 7.5 percent with sales commission.
Nine months after Shark Tank, in November 2017, RinseKit released a new heater plug (see link above) that allows you to get a hot shower just about anywhere. The RinseKit heater accessory plugs into a standard 12 volt vehicle socket (cigarette lighter) with a 8-foot-long power cord. It has a built-in timer and an auto shut off switch for safety. [Related: 27 Favorite ‘Shark Tank’ Products at Amazon — New List]