Deanna and Justin In The Morning

The most successful shark tank products over the course of the TV show have been few and finite. Most of the products that get pitched on the hit tv show Shark Tank are worth a laugh, but not a penny more. The sharks, typically Mark Cuban, Daymond John, Lori Grenier, Barbara Corcoran, Kevin O’Leary, and Robert Herjavec have experienced the good, bad, ugly, and well, not worth mentioning.

Yet, among the comical products that make us wonder why these people would even pitch their humiliating ideas, some of the business men and women that appear on Shark Tank do end up with a million dollar product. These products include, the Ring Doorbell Camera and Security System we are all familiar with. Ring gained massive attention and received many investments outside of Shark Tank after pitching their product on national television.

Even a UD alum had appeared on Shark Tank and received a $250,000 investment for her mobile toothbrush product. FunkkOff is a mobile, discreet, electric toothbrush that looks like lipstick when not in use.

To stream Shark Tank, you can access some of the seasons on Hulu. or on ABC.

Crazy enough, Shark Tank has also hosted inventors from Delaware, Delaware County, and even the University of Delaware.

The list of the most successful Shark Tank products below are in no particular order.

  • LARQ Water Bottle

    The LARQ Water Bottle is a self-cleaning water bottle.

  • The Squatty Potty

    The popular squatty potty was actually pitched to the sharks on Shark Tank. The squatty potty is known for putting our bodies in a healthier position when sitting on the toilet.

  • Ring Doorbell

    The Ring doorbell camera and security system that we see on almost every American home nowadays, was a success on Shark Tank. Before being sold to Amazon, Ring received investments from Goldman Sachs, Sir Richard Branson, and DFJ Growth (Shaquille O’Neal even received equity after acting as spokesman). 

  • Everlywell

    Another one of Shark Tank’s biggest success stories is EverlyWell, which offered at-home lab tests for food sensitivities to STD’s.

  • Scrub Daddy

    Possibly the simplest item to ever hit Shark Tank, Scrub Daddy is a sponge for washing dishes that would harden or soften depending on the temperature of the water.

  • Bombas Socks

    Bombas started with a mission to donate one pair of socks to a homeless person per pair sold.

  • Kodiak Cakes

    Kodiak pancakes gave the world healthy pancakes, including 15 grams of protein per serving, just three grams of added sugar, and 37 grams of carbohydrates.

  • PhoneSoap

    PhoneSoap is a product designed to kill the bacteria and germs on our phones. It’s a case that uses UV-C lights. It only takes five minutes to disinfect and charges the phone simultaneously.

  • Sleep Styler

    The Sleep Styler is heatless hair rollers created from memory foam to use while you sleep. Then, when you wake up, you’ll have curly hair!

  • Tipsy Elves

    Tipsy Elves is an apparel company with holiday-themed apparel in the form of ugly Christmas sweaters.

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