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Shark Tank Products That We Love

Since 2009, hopeful entrepreneurs have entered the Shark Tank to pitch their ventures to investors. Over the course of 300+ episodes, the “Sharks” have seen their fair share of winning products amongst a sea of pitches.

Here are some of our favorite Shark Tank products, along with the investments they received:

Scrub Daddy

Shark: Lori Grenier
Deal: $200,000 for 20% equity

The Scrub Daddy is a clever upgrade of the classic sponge. The friendly design adapts to the shape of various kitchen objects, making it a must for any kitchen. Additionally, the sponge hardens in cold water and softens in hot water.


Shark: Daymond John
Deal: $60,000 for 35% equity

Is it possible to make dogs even more adorable? Enter Pandaloon, a brand that lets animal lovers express their creativity and sense of humor through their pet’s outfits.

Saavy Naturals

Shark: Barbara Corcoran
Deal: $100,000 for 40% equity

This Bath & Body Care company won Barbara Corcoran over with their refreshing branding ad dedication to simple, natural ingredients. Saavy offers a variety of products, including body wash, hand soap, and bath bombs.


Shark: Kevin O’Leary
Deal: $300,000 for 15% equity

Lovepop elevates your gift giving game with themed 3-D pop up greeting cards. With hundreds of intricate designs to choose from, there is a card for any special occasion: birthdays, holidays, milestones and more.

Tipsy Elves

Shark: Robert Herjavec
Deal: $100,000 for 10% equity

Known for their ugly Christmas sweaters, Tipsy Elves specializes in creating fun and quirky holiday outfits. Pair this Lovepop, and you have everything you need for the holidays.

Squatty Potty

Shark: Lori Grenier
Deal: $350,000 for 10% equity

A bathroom stool to maximize your…stool. By aligning posture to an optimal squat position, Squatty Potty helps achieve a fuller elimination with less straining. The Squatty Potty has exploded in popularity, selling over $150 Million worth of stools.

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