Shark Tank has become one of the most popular shows on television thanks to the real products that come out of it! Millionaires decide if a product is worth investing in or not, usually ensuing in arguments, tears, and tons of money! Here are some of the products that have done the best since appearing on the show!
This heat-free hair roller is made from memory foam, making it safe and comfortable to wear while sleeping. This saves you time doing your hair and creates the perfect style without any effort. Lori Greiner invested $75,000 for 25% of the company. Since then, Sleepy Styler has made more than $100 million.
This online shop sells flowers grown at eco-friendly farms. Its farm-to-doorstep gimmick is quite unique and makes the flowers extra special. These are quality bouquets that have made $100 million since Robert Herjavec invested. But interestingly enough, no shark bit when The Bouqs appeared on the show in 2014. Herjavec invested three years later after purchasing flowers from the company for his wedding.
This hilarious brand creates ugly Christmas sweaters. While this is a seasonal product, Tipsy Elves has generated $125 million a year in sales after appearing on Shark Tank. Before the show, it was making $900,000 a year. Robert Herjavec is the shark that invested, giving $100,000 for a 10% stake in the goofy holiday apparel company.
The Original Comfy
This cozy company sells wearable blankets that have hoods for extra comfort and warmth! Real estate entrepreneur Barbara Corcoran invested $50,000 for a 30% stake. She clearly knew what she was doing — Original Comfy has made $150 million since.
Simply Fit Board
This product is for anyone that wants to work out at home. It’s an exercise board that has users standing and twisting and balancing. Lori Greiner invested $125,000 for a 20% stake, knowing that it would be a hit on QVC where she has hosted her own successful show. The workout board has made $160,000 million since it appeared on Shark Tank in 2015. Simply Fit Board made $1.25 million in sales in 24 hours after the episode aired.
Squatty Potty is a bathroom-based company that’s been known for its iconic toilet stool. This seemingly strange product is designed to promote easier bowel movements and a healthier toilet position. Greiner put $350,000 in for a 10% stake. The company had a viral video that went off in 2015, earning $20 million that year alone. Its overall lifetime sales are $175 million.
This cute reusable sponge is in the shape of a smiley face! It gets firm in cold water and soft in warm water, making it one of the most innovative dish-washing products ever. It also has been lab-tested for its resistance to odor among other interesting things that make it a quality product. Lori Greiner put $200,000 in for a 20% stake. Before Shark Tank, Scrub Daddy had $100,000 in sales. Since the show, it’s made more than $209,000 million.
This popular company creates comfort socks and t-shirts. For each item sold, the company donates an item to homeless shelters and charities. It has donated more than 50 million items at this point. Daymond John, the founder of FUBU, invested $200,000 for a 17.5% stake. Lifetime sales have reached well over $225 million.
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