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Scrub Daddy

With about $50 million in sales since airing on October 26, 2012, Scrub Daddy may be the most popular Shark Tank product yet. The unique material can change it’s texture from rough to soft, depending on water temperature, making it perfect for all kinds of messes, without scratching even delicate surfaces. Since dirt and grime don’t stick to Scrub Daddy, it stays clean between uses, making it more hygienic than your standard kitchen sponge, which can actually harbor more bacteria than your toilet. Scrub Daddy is available in thousands of stores and can also be ordered online.


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Buggy Beds

Bed Bugs are troublesome parasitic insects that feed on blood and can carry as many as 28 human pathogens. They can hitchhike from one person’s clothing to another, and since females lay up to 500 eggs, they can cause infestations in no time. Remember that the next time you slip under the covers at home or in your hotel room. Buggy Beds are easy to use traps and detection systems that can help you stay bed bug free. Just place them under any mattress and you’ll be able to tell if bed bugs are present, and stop and infestation before it occurs. Buggy Beds are available online or at thousands of stores nationwide including Walmart, Home Depot, Lowes, and Bed, Bath & Beyond. Buggy Beds made Shark Tank history when it aired in Season 4, and has the distinct honor of being the first product all five Sharks invested in together. Mark Cuban, Kevin O’Leary, Robert Herjavec, Barbara Corcoran, and Daymond John put up a total of $250,000 for 25% equity split between them.



Zipz is a line of portable wines sold in patented single serving stemware. When Zipz aired on Shark Tank it set a new record for the highest investment in the show’s history. The company went into the Tank with a $25 million valuation, asking for $2.5 million in exchange for 10% equity. This was a rare case where Mr. Wonderful, a wine connoisseur himself, did not have any objection with the value of the company and took the deal as proposed.



This innovative device created huge waves in the Shark Tank and was the second product in the show’s history to get all five Sharks to invest. Breathometer, a smart phone accessory that measures your blood alcohol level, secured a total of $1 million for 30% equity, split between Mark Cuban, Kevin O’Leary, Robert Herjavec, Lori Greiner, and Daymond John. This easy to carry device can help you make smarter choices when it comes time to leave the party, can tell you how long it will take to sober up, and can even call you a cab.


Squatty Potty

One of the simplest products that has appeared on the show, the Squatty Potty has become a popular addition to bathrooms across America. Western style toilets are designed to be as hygienic and comfortable as possible, unfortunately the sitting position required to use them is not optimal for the job at hand. Squatting, rather than sitting, is more healthy since this posture allows the Puborectalis muscle that wraps around your colon to relax. The Squatty Potty stool lets you enjoy the comfort and convenience of a western sit-down toilet while achieving the best body position for your health.


Chord Buddy

Learning to play guitar is time consuming and can be frustrating as you struggle with how to position your fingers in unnatural ways, and build up calluses on your fingertips. In the beginning you lack the finger dexterity to accurately play chords. The Chord Buddy literally allows you to play guitar with the push of a button. It’s an innovative device that takes some of the challenge out of learning how to coordinate your fingers and actually play a song.  The Chord Buddy teaches you to play by making it easy to strum four different chords, then you slowly remove sections of the device to transition to playing the chord by yourself. If you’ve wanted to learn to play guitar but could never get the hang of it, The Chord Buddy can help.

Shark Tank products Rederest galsses clip


Readerest, sold more than $8 million in product during the first 2 years after airing on Shark Tank. This simple magnetic clip that holds eyeglasses securely to your clothing is available online and now in thousands of stores, since Lori Greiner invested $150,000 and took 65% ownership of the product. The success of Readerest proves tiny things can make a big splash in the Shark Tank.