Blendtique Wine – Custom Made Wines

All the press about episode 819 says the Sharks get a bit tipsy making wine with entrepreneur Billy Dim’s Blendtique Wine. Dim is a master sommelier who sells custom wine. When you go to the Blendtique Wine website, you choose different wines to blend together and design your own label. It truly is custom wine. As […]

Sleep Styler Styles Hair While You Sleep

The Sleep Styler keeps your hair from getting damaged and dried out by hair dryers. When you use a hair dryer, you blast approximately 130 degree heat at your hair. They can burn your skin and your hair, yet men and women everywhere use them to dry and style their hair. Tara Brown didn’t like that […]

Elephant Harem Pants

James Brooks and Nathan Coleman hope their comfortable harem pants with elephants on them are the business that breaks the $100 million threshold in Shark Tank episode 818. Mr. Coleman fell in love with harem pants while visiting Thailand and came home with a bunch. Most of them have elephants all over them, so he […]

Ora – Organic Supplements for Vitality

Ora means life, health & vitality, in the Maori language of New Zealand. Entrepreneur Will Smelko’s fiance is from New Zealand originally; he pitches Ora Organics along with his business partner and former Berkleey roommates in episode 818. They started their business to create natural nutrients (they refuse to call them supplements) without any chemicals. All their products […]

Sand Cloud – Towels with Pillows

Bruno Aschimanini, Steven Ford, and Brandon Leibel created Sand Cloud Towels to be comfortable at the beach. They also want to preserve marine life, so they donate 10% of all sales to a variety of organizations that preserve and protect marine wildlife and habitats. Their product is a high quality, Turkish cotton beach towel with […]

Dart Drones – Drone Flight School

Abby Speicher hopes she flies off with a Shark on board for Dart Drones, her drone flight school and training academy, in Shark Tank episode 818. Drones, for those who don’t know, are remote control quad copters. Once seen as a toy, they are coming into greater use commercially. The Federal Aviation Administration requires commercial drone pilots […]

Book a Daycation with Hotels by Day

Planning a Daycation can be just as hard or even harder than planning a regular vacation. When you go out for the day, you have to bring everything with you and you don’t have a “home base.” Hotels by Day hopes to change that. Brian Dass and Yannis Moati, a couple of travel and hospitality industry […]

Edn Wall Garden

Ryan Woltz’s Edn (pronounced EDEN) Wall Garden wants to put fresh herbs and vegetables in everyone’s kitchen. He’ll do it with his appliances that automatically grow food – with the help of a smart phone app. The systems use hydroponics, keeping things simple for users. To grow a garden, simply plant the seed pods, fill […]

Toy Mail – Plush Toys for Messaging

Toy Mail creator Gauri Nanda recognizes that kids like technology and want to use it, but many are too young for expensive phones and tablets. Her Toy Mail “talkies” are plush toys surrounding electronics that allow kids to send voice messages to any smart phone with the Toy Mail app. Kids get to communicate with their […]

Bits Box Coding School

Bits Box creators Scott Linninger and Aiden Chopra know a thing or two about coding. They’re über computer geeks who used to work at Google before they started their business that teaches kids how to code. Even though they probably made some decent change at Google, the pair looked to Kickstarter to raise just over a […]

Vibrating Baby Mat by Tranquilo

Melissa Gersin thinks Tranquilo, a vibrating baby mat she invented, is the cure for fussing infants. She worked as a maternity nurse for six years and found low-level sounds and constant motion calmed infants. The reason for this is infants spend nine months in the womb and move constantly with their mother. There are also […]

Açaí Berry Fruit Snacks – Peaceful Fruits

Evan Delahanty isn’t just pitching fruit snacks when he shows off Peaceful Fruits in episode 816. He’s pitching a socially responsible company that brings a sustainably harvested product to market with the help of people who have special needs. That’s a pretty tall order. Evan was in the Peace Corps working as a Community Economic Development […]

FFTOB – Fire Fighter Turn Out Bags

Niki Rasor made her first of her Fire Fighter Turn Out Bags (FFTOB for short) out of a pocket from her husband, Matt’s, fire fighter jacket. Those big jackets firemen wear are known as turn out gear and they get replaced every 10 years (sooner if they wear out). Matt wanted a pocket removed from […]

Doc Spartan Combat Ready Ointment

Renée Wallace and Dale King created Doc Spartan Combat Ready Ointment as a salve to heal cuts and scrapes “in the field.” Dale wanted something that soldiers could use to heal minor wounds while deployed and cross fit athletes could use to keep on training. Hands get blistered, cut, and scraped from all kinds of […]

Rinse Kit Portable Shower

Chris Crawford created Rinse Kit because he wanted an easy, portable way to clear sand off his body. He liked to go surfing before work and he didn’t want to bring the beach to the office with him. Chris made the first Rinse Kit for himself and when people started asking him about it, he decided to […]

The Kooler inside a Cooler

Powerlifting legend Stan Efferding’s Kooler is more than “just another cooler,” it’s three coolers in one. Efferding is considered the world’s strongest body builder and he’s one of the top five wealthiest body builders today. He’s no stranger to public speaking as he conducts talks on nutrition and health all over the country. Over the […]

Little Nomad Mats – Style and Function

Elizabeth Granados hopes Little Nomad Mats draw the attention of, and an investment from, the Sharks in episode 814. Little Nomad Mats are just like those colored, foam play mats you see in homes and daycare centers everywhere, except hers are “works of art.” Most foam play mats come in loud, bright colors and don’t […]

D Best Products – Collapsible Carts

Richard Elden, the “king of carts,” wants to wheel away a cart full of cash from a Shark when he pitches D Best Products in episode 814. He’s the king of carts because he’s been making and selling them for nearly 15 years. D Best Products makes carts for luggage, groceries, coolers, and even pets. […]

Earplugs by Vibes

It took a ruptured eardrum for Jackson Mann to get the idea for Vibes earplugs; it happened while attending a concert a few years ago. He set out to make earplugs that didn’t block the sound of music, but rather lowered the decibels to safe levels. Vibes also allows wearers to hear conversations while wearing them. […]

Pop Up Play – STEM Based Playhouses for Kids

Pop Up Play creators Amelia Cosgrove and Bryan Thomas know one thing for certain: kids LOVE forts. Kids also love their (or their parents’) tablets and iPhones. The husband and wife team figured out a way to merge the two and educate kids along the way with their concept. Kids design their own forts or […]

Get Away Tiny House Vacation Rentals

Pete Davis and Jon Staff want people to get away from their hectic lives and get closer to nature. They deliver the promise with their tiny house rental/vacation business called Getaway. Tiny homes on wheels are the new rage in the USA as many people want to simplify their lives. Getaway offers an introduction to […]

Cricket Chips by Chirps & Six Foods

Laura D’Asaro and Rose Wang feed bugs to the Sharks while they pitch Chirps, their cricket chips, in episode 815 this Friday. This is the second time crickets are in the Shark Tank. The show first saw crickets as food when Chapul, a cricket flour maker, got a deal with Mark Cuban in season five. Mark […]

Mama’s Milkbox Eaten Alive by the Sharks

Elena Petzold of Mama’s MilkBox is on a mission to support nursing moms, but she needs to first understand how her business works. As a breastfeeding apparel subscription service she is using a business model that requires buying inventory upfront. It’s painful to watch someone trying to use passion and enthusiasm to mask their ignorance […]

Pumped Up Bar Bell Apparel Falls Flat

I love it when people surprise you. Take for instance Bar Bell Apparel owner Karl Workman. It would be easy to categorize him as a jock, meathead, beefcake, or he-man. Look beyond his muscular build and you’ll find a brilliant entrepreneur that just cracked the code on a new niche in the competitive apparel market: […]

Pin Block – Construction Toy

Ukrainian immigrant Vladislav Smolyanskyy  thinks Pin Block, his innovative new construction toy, could be the next big thing in the toy business. Essentially, the product is a plastic, interconnecting building block. All the blocks are the same size and connect with two pins. They come in a ton of different colors and there are instructions for building a […]

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