All The Wildly Popular ‘Shark Tank’ Products You Can Buy On Amazon
Warning: You may want to buy all of these.
Ever watched ABC’s hit show “Shark Tank” and wondered what happens to some of those products once the cameras stop rolling? Yes, some are given the green light and funded, but then what?
Many “Shark Tank” products have gone on to become huge success stories. And the best part? You can easily find and buy several of the most popular items from the show on Amazon, often at a discounted price.
Here are some of the most amazingly useful and widely sought out “Shark Tank” products you can currently find on Amazon. Prepare to be impressed by their genius — and to want to buy them all!
Amazon Price: $9.98 for 3-pack
Did you know the most successful product ever featured on “Shark Tank” is a sponge? But not just any sponge. Scrub Daddy is shaped like a smiley face and made from a scratch-free material. Why a smiley face? You can put your fingers through the eyes so the sponge won’t slip out of your hands. Clever, huh?
When you use it, the sponge adapts to the water temperature, so the scrubbing texture changes — cold water means a firm sponge whereas warm means a softer one. You can also use it on everything from pots and pans to wood and stainless steel.
Amazon Price: $59.99
Spikeball is a two-on-two sports game with rules kind of like volleyball. It can be played indoors or out, and you can even download an app to find pick-up games near you. With foldable legs, Spikeball is a snap to store, and there’s even a lifetime warranty if play gets a little too competitive. Bump, set, spike!
Amazon Price: $9.99 and up
Stasher bags bill themselves as the world’s first fully functional, self-sealing, non-plastic bag. Unlike traditional plastic bags, Stasher bags are free of BPA, PVC and latex. The platinum food-grade silicone is safe for use in the freezer, microwave, dishwasher, boiling water, and oven up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
Amazon Price: $79.95
Our phones gather all the bacteria we touch throughout the day and then they are stored in warm, dark places like purses and pockets — leaving the bacteria to breed and grow. PhoneSoap charges and sanitizes your smartphone all at once using germicidal UV-C bulbs that, according to makers, kill 99.99% of all bacteria and germs. As a bonus, the third iteration of PhoneSoap offers one USB port and one USB-C port for charging.
Amazon Price: $11.99 and up
This organic, vegan deodorant is aluminum- and cruelty-free and safe for everyone, including children and pregnant women. PiperWai is made with organic coconut oil, shea butter, cocoa butter, and pure Vitamin E oil, making it great for sensitive skin and those with psoriasis or eczema. And because activated charcoal absorbs moisture, it’ll keep you dry on even the most sweltering summer days.
Amazon Price: $24.99
This personal acupressure tool is ergonomically designed to help relieve tension and stress in hard-to-reach areas. With its hook-shaped design, the Q-Flex allows you to easily apply just the right amount of pressure to sore areas, knotted muscles, and acupressure points, especially on your back. Ahhhhh, that’s better.
Amazon Price: $21.95
The Frywall is a splatter guard that keeps your stovetop spotless no matter the meal while still keeping your pan completely accessible throughout the cooking process. Dishwasher safe and made of BPA-free, FDA-compliant high-temperature silicone, Frywall is available in several colors as well as multiple sizes to accommodate any pan.
Amazon Price: $19.99 to $44.99
The Luminoodle from Power Practical is a USB-powered camping light. Whether you’re camping and need some widespread, hands-free camp lighting or need some extra light when you’re under the hood of a car, the Luminoodle can adapt to wherever you are. It even comes in a sheer white tote bag to create an easy lantern for beautiful, diffused light.
Amazon Price: $23.99
Bombas socks are not only high-quality — they’re specially engineered to be moisture repellent and temperature adaptable — and buying them also gives back to a good cause. For every pair purchased, Bombas donates a pair of socks to homeless communities. Though costlier than the average sock, they seem to be well worth the price. The company has reportedly donated more than 10 million pairs so far.
Amazon Price: $24 And Up
Simple Sugars caught the attention of Mark Cuban on “Shark Tank,” and it has since gone on to do the same around the world. The all-natural skincare line has expanded into body scrubs, facial scrubs and more. Beauty lovers can find an 8-ounce coconut body scrub tub for $24 on Amazon.
Amazon Price: $24.99
In season six of “Shark Tank,” Lori Greiner bought into the idea of the Squatty Potty, a toilet stool designed to elevate your feet and help you better perform your business. The decision definitely paid off, as the company has reached $140 million in revenue in just over four years. Give it a try for yourself for just $24.99 on Amazon, where it currently holds a 4.5-star average rating from about 9,000 customers.
Amazon Price: $35.95
You may remember the Baker’s Edge Brownie Pan from “Shark Tank,” wherein every brownie in the pan is an “edge,” so to speak. Talk about yum. Though the Sharks chose not to invest, the product has gotten plenty of attention on its own. And the best part? It really works. Word of warning: You may get addicted and make brownies all the time.
Amazon Price: $24.95
This may be one of the best inventions ever: the HoodiePillow. You can literally bring it with you everywhere, and just inflate it as needed, whether you want to take a quick nap on an airplane or at the office (we won’t tell). You can also get one with Memory Foam for a bit more money
And there are now HoodiePillow Pals designed for kids. Not only are they comfy, they also come in adorable designs.
Amazon Price: $10.99
Tired of your glasses slipping down your nose and off your face? With Nerdwax, problem solved! It’s safe for your skin and will help keep your glasses in place — finally!
Amazon Price: $9.99
Speaking of glasses, are you tired of misplacing them? ReadeREST has got you covered. The small magnetic gizmo attaches to your clothing and provides you with a hook for your frames — which means no more excuses for losing your glasses!
Amazon Price: $24.99
As we all know, kids like to play with their food, but this mat makes cleaning up so much easier. It sticks to the table so it can’t be tossed to the floor, like regular placemats and plates. Plus, it comes in a few different colors, including blue, lime and coral. Now we know what we’re getting all the kids and parents in our lives!
Amazon Price: $15.95
Speaking of cleaning up your child’s mess, you don’t have to with this sippy cup. No matter how much your child plays with the cup and turns it all sorts of ways, the Lollacup has spill-proof valves so the drink will stay in the cup or in your child’s mouth. Plus, he or she will be able to easily drink from the straw. Bonus: The sippy cup is BPA-free.
Amazon Price: $5.98
Cutting up food has never been so fun — and the kids will love doing so too with this nifty food cutter. It comes in couple different colors and is a steal at under $7.
Amazon Price: $59.99
Another one of the best “Shark Tank” products for moms is the One Z Pillow. The pillow wraps around you, providing much-needed back support while your baby nurses.
Amazon Price: $13.99
As you know, we love cleaning hacks, and the Drain Strain is a game-changer for your sink. It’ll collect all the things that would normally clog your drain and save you from the hassle of having to call a plumber. Yes, please!
Amazon Price: $19.99 for a set of two
Isn’t it the worst when things fall between the seats in your car? Drop Stop will put an end to that. So now, instead of all that spare change being lost forever, you’ll have more money in your pocket, literally.
Amazon Price: Starting at $18.96
Want to make fitness a priority this year? The Simply Fit Board, invested in by Lori Greiner on “Shark Tank,” promises to help you sculpt your abs, legs and core with a fun and effective workout. The curved board, similar to other balance boards or a Bosu ball, works by forcing users to activate their core and twist around to stabilize their body. You can find it on Amazon in several different color options that vary in price, starting at $19.99.
Amazon Price: $7.96
Founders Spencer Quinn and Eric Child fielded several different offers from the Sharks for their ultra heavy duty repair tape, Fiberfix, before settling on a deal with Greiner. The waterproof repair tape brands itself as “100 times stronger than duct tape” and a cure-all solution for “breaks, tears and cracks.” The company has since expanded to different products, including extreme adhesive glue, heat wraps and rigid patches.
Amazon Price: $29.99
Yes, with the CitiKitty, you can train your cat to sit on the toilet! We know, we know — pure genius! It’s certainly worth a try, right?
Amazon Price: $24.95
The LuminAID lantern isn’t just practical as a solar-powered lamp, it also has a philanthropical mission. Creators Andrea Sreshta and Anna Stork were inspired to develop the product after the 2010 Haiti earthquake. Since striking up a partnership with Mark Cuban, the duo has become one of the show’s biggest success stories and they’ve remained true to their vision, donating thousands of LuminAID solar inflatable lights to various disaster relief efforts.
Amazon Price: $44.99 and up
Love the taste of bubbly, probiotic-rich kombucha? Try making it at home! The Kombucha Shop boasts the best-in-the-industry kombucha cultures and this kit includes everything you need to start brewing. Their support team is always available to answer questions and provide support along the way. The kits are also shelf-stable and aesthetically pleasing — making for a great gift.
Amazon Price: $26.97 And Up
After scoring a deal with Barbara Cocoran during season five of “Shark Tank,” husband-and-wife duo Melissa and Rick Hinnant saw huge success with their fashion company Grace and Lace. In the years since, the company has surpassed $35 million in sales. These days, they sell everything from leggings to tees to totes, many of which you can find on Amazon.
Amazon Price: $23.99 And Up
If you’re looking for a unique gift and want to support a veteran-staffed company, you may want to check out Bottle Breacher. The company, founded by former Navy SEAL Eli Crane, turns dummy .50 caliber bullets into stylish bottle openers. Several styles are now available on Amazon, ranging in price from $23.99 (for the one seen below) to $32.
Amazon Price: $621.28
Those who love being out on the water or participating in outdoor activities may not be able to resist these inflatable, stand-up paddle boards, which come in different sizes and colors. Made of military-grade material, the easy maneuverability of these boards make them perfect to use for both kids and adults. But they’re a definite investment as the boards currently available on Amazon all run upwards of $500. You can also find Tower skateboards, swimwear, sunglasses and other products on the online retailer.
Amazon Price: $39.99
During those cold winter months, haven’t we all wished we could just wear our coziest blankets around? The Original Comfy basically allows you to do just that. The oversized hoodie keeps you warm with the fit of a baggy sweatshirt and the feel of a soft blanket. Though the hoodie only comes in one size, you can personalize it to your taste by picking from a range of colors.
Amazon Price: $8.18
You don’t need a full costume anytime you want to play dress-up with your kids or attend a Halloween party. Just put on a pair of these one-size-fits-most sunglasses, which will help transform you into any theme or character you want. From superheroes to ladybugs to iconic Disney characters, there are endless Sun-Staches to choose from. And they’re affordable — most of the options on Amazon retail, including the Trolls-themed one below, retail around $10.
Amazon Price: $36.95 to $41.95
The Mission Belt is a genuine leather belt with no holes to stretch or wear over time, meaning any and every wearer can find their own custom fit. As a bonus, a dollar from every sale goes to help hungry families worldwide become self-sufficient.
Amazon Price: $29.95
Families can stock up for summer with items from this beach lifestyle company, which specializes in high-quality, one-of-a-kind towels and beach blankets. Though their products are costlier than the average beach towel, you can rest easy knowing you’re also donating to a good cause. Sand Cloud donates 10 percent of its profits to marine life preservation organizations.
Amazon Price: $699
If you’re looking to take your at-home workouts to the next level, you may want to consider investing in one of these PRx Performance racks, just as Kevin O’Leary did on “Shark Tank.” The rack allows users to easily transform any garage, basement or small space into a personal, multi-functioning gym that takes up only a few inches of wall space when not in use. The items are available on Amazon if you’re willing to pay all at once, but you can also explore some financing options on the company’s website if you’d prefer a longer-term payment plan.
Amazon Price: $10.70
We’ve all had the experience of waking up to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night, only to fumble around in the darkness in a desperate attempt to avoid turning on the blinding lights. Illumibowl is meant to help solve that problem. The toilet night light provides a soft glow when you walk into the bathroom in the dark, letting you navigate the bathroom more easily without having to switch on all the overhead lighting.
Amazon Price: $16.50 For 3-Pack
The founders of Kodiak Cakes couldn’t agree on a deal with the sharks during their stint on “Shark Tank,” but it didn’t matter. Following their 2014 appearance on the show, sales of the pancake mix skyrocketed. It’s now the fourth-largest pancake mix brand and the largest whole-grain pancake mix company in the U.S., according to Inc. And the company has expanded its inventory to include muffin mix and power cakes (a mix that includes protein powder).
Amazon Price: $12.95 and up
If you’re looking to buy some funky, holiday-related gear, look no further than the brand Tipsy Elves. The apparel company, which brands itself as creating “unique, humorous and one-of-a-kind outfits,” offers ugly sweaters for every holiday, such as Halloween, Christmas and Valentine’s Day, as well as regular clothing and athletic wear.
You can find a variety of their clothing items on Amazon, from the Christmas sweater below to this unicorn onesie and even this surfing Santa Hawaiian shirt. The clothing comes in a wide range of prices depending on the item you want.
Amazon Price: $13.88
If you’re always rushing out the door in the mornings or just want a few extra minutes to sleep in, why not try styling your hair while you snooze? Enter Sleep Styler, these absorbent, heat-free rolls that curl your hair for you as you doze away during the night. Depending on the length and texture of your hair, you can choose between the large set with eight 12-inch rollers or the mini set with 12 3-inch rollers.
Amazon Price: $24.95
This company aims to take the headache out of dog baths. The Aquapaw handheld scrubber tool attaches to your indoor or outdoor water sources to make bathing your dog — or cat or horse, as the company says — a little easier. The product appeared on “Shark Tank” in January 2019, though the founders ultimately left without a deal. The company also makes a “slow” treat-dispensing wall attachment to help keep your pooch occupied during bath time.