The Shock Clock by Pavlok

Maneesh Sethi hopes to shock a Shark when he introduces the Shock Clock by Pavlok, a wristband alarm clock and accompanying behavior modification system that uses electric shocks. The initial product, the Pavlok, got over a quarter of a million bucks in a very successful IndieGoGo campaign to get off the ground. Now Sethi wants a […]

Aaron Marino’s Bueno Hair

Aaron Marino didn’t get a deal for Alpha M Style System back in season four, but after that, he began developing Pete and Pedro Bueno Hair – hair care and grooming products for men. Marino is a men’s fashion guru who pitched a “system” that taught men how to dress and groom like a fashionista. […]

Chocolate Treats to “Cure” PMS – PMSBites

Tania Green, like many other women, suffers from PMS and she often found herself bingeing on chocolate treats to help cure the symptoms, so she made her own treats and called them PMSBites. She realized, after three years of tracking her moods, that her worst days were when she was suffering from PMS. On those […]

Hand Written Greeting Cards – Felt

Tomer Alpert thinks people in the digital age want more personalized communications, which is why he created Felt, an app that designs, prints, and mails hand written greeting cards users create on their iPhones. Alpert hopes to wow the Sharks with his business in the season 7 finale. He created the app, and the business, […]

Lacrosse Rebounder – Gladiator Lacrosse

Rachel Zietz spent a lot of time practicing with a lacrosse rebounder. She’s a girl who loves her sport and wants to be the best she can be. Unfortunately, when practicing lacrosse, you need a way for someone or something to “throw” the ball back to you. If a teammate isn’t available, you use a […]

Adult Summer Camp – Camp No Counselors

Camp No Counselors is an adult summer camp that lets “grown ups” relive their glory days of sleepover camp. Each camp session takes place in a real summer camp – outside the “traditional dates” when kids would be there. Campers can book weekend sessions in May or September in one of 9 metropolitan areas. Adult […]

Extreme Vehicle Protection Car Covers

Car covers have been around as long as cars. People always want a way to keep dust, debris, and other environmental hazards off their beloved automobiles. The first car covers were glorified blankets, they evolved into custom, snug fitting covers that stayed in place with tie-downs. Extreme Vehicle Protection car covers are the newest, state-of-the […]

Virtual Pinball Machines – VPCABS

Virtual reality is on everyone’s lips when they talk about the future of gaming, but Brad Baker thinks virtual pinball could find a big niche while giving a nod to gaming’s past. Baker started VPCABS, his business that manufactures virtual pinball machines, back in 2013 when his brother asked him to create a machine for […]

The CreaClip by CreaProducts

Mai Lieu created the CreaClip to allow women to cut their own hair without worrying about screwing it up. Lieu, who escaped the Viet Nam war with her family at age 4, moved from Canada to Hawaii in 2003. She worked as a hair stylist for a few years and began developing the CreaClip. Once she […]

Spooner Sliding Boards – Wheel-less Skateboards

The Spooner Board is a curved plastic balance board that rides like a skateboard without wheels on just about any surface. Bernie Miller and Ruben Guymer hope to get a Shark on board with their company when they pitch it in episode 729. After the product was “invented” by accident by company co-founder Randy Putland in 2006, the […]

Dollop Gourmet Frosting

Heather Saffer, creator of Dollop Gourmet Frosting, is that person who always wanted that piece of cake with the extra frosting on it. After a lifetime of baking and making frosting, she opened several retail cupcake shops. She closed her retail spots shortly after she went on (and won) Cupcake Wars back in February of 2012 and […]

Your Self Expression – Custom Jewelry

When Shelby and Gordy Gogulski began making Your Self Expression Custom Jewelry back in 2013, little did they imagine they’d be media darlings and successful business people before completing high school. They Started the business in 2013 when Shelby was 14 and Gordy was just 9. They filmed their Shark Tank episode during the season six […]

Fruity Faces Edible Stickers

Adam Gerber and Bob Ntoya invented Fruity Faces to solve a problem: how to get kids to eat healthy snacks. Parents know kids love snacks, and the proliferation of junk-food snacks makes it hard to get kids to eat fruit or veggies sometimes, especially when they want something touted by a cartoon character they love. […]

Fashion Tap – Fashion Social Media Network

Famous fashion blogger Amy Roiland introduces Fashion Tap, a new fashion based social media network, to the Sharks in episode 724. Roiland is a popular, influential blogger in the fashion world. She wanted to create a social network that let people share photos of their favorite fashions while getting credit for sales of the pictured […]

Bright Wheel Daycare Management

Bright Wheel creator David Vasen envisioned an app that not only allowed him to connect with his young daughter at daycare, but also allowed for daycare operators to manage their business while keeping in contact with families. Vasen hopes the Sharks will see the power and utility of his app when he presents it in […]

Brella Box – Umbrella Rental Service

People familiar with ZipCar or CitiBike will immediately get the concept behind Brella Box. The company “rents” umbrellas to New Yorkers from over 500 locations throughout the city. Each Brella Box kiosk holds around 50 umbrellas and members use a key card to rent an umbrella for $2.50 for up to 12 hours. Once you’re done […]

Inch Bug Products: My Drinky & Orbit Labels

For twelve years, Brenda Lee Feldman made Inch Bug a profitable, viable business. She began by selling personalized stickers and labels for kid’s snacks and other possessions so they could be easily identified when going to school or day care. Her original Orbit labels were a hit with parents everywhere, she hopes the Sharks like the […]

Kid Runner – Pull-Along Stroller

Kid Runner inventor Will Warne hopes joggers, and Sharks, like his pull-along jogging stroller when he pitches it in Shark Tank episode 723. The product looks like a bicycle trailer that attaches to the torso, allowing parents to pull their kids behind them while they jog. Basically, the child is pulled behind their parent as they run. […]

Miracles: The Show – by Jarret and Raja

Jarret Parker and Raja Rahman hope the Sharks will back their magic, music, and comedy extravaganza, Miracles: The Show, when they pitch the idea to the Sharks in Shark Tank episode 723. The pair, also known as “The Magic and Piano Guys,” have been wowing audiences all over the world since 2010. Their act is […]

DripDrop – No Drip Ice Cream Cone Shield

DripDrop inventors, childhood pals and ice cream lovers turned entrepreneurs, Oliver Greenwald and Sam Nassif, are the youngest entrepreneurs to appear in the Shark Tank without their parents. They’ll pitch the Sharks on their edible “shield” against messy ice cream hands in Shark Tank episode 723. The pair created their product when they were just 10 […]

Pop Slate – Second Screen Phone Case

Pop Slate wants to change the way people look at the back of their iPhone. Look at it now: all you see is your camera lens, an Apple logo, and a bunch of unused space. Inventor Yashar Behzadi envisioned using that space as a way to display pictures back in 2012. Since then, he turned […]

Frends Headphones

Professional snowboarder Keir Dillon and business partner Sheen Moaleman pitch Frends Headphones, their line of high fashion headphones for women, in Shark Tank episode 710. The business got started back in 2011 when Dillon and some of his friends in the extreme sports and snowboarding world decided they wanted to create a branded business together. They […]

Slyde Hand Boards for Body Surfing

Husband and wife team Steve Watts and Angela Ferendo hope the surf’s up in the Shark Tank when they pitch Slyde Hand Boards in episode 710. Watts first used food trays strapped to his hands to get more speed and control while body surfing as a kid. That little body surfing “hack” became a business […]

Pet Nostics – Pet Urinalysis App

Pet Nostics creator Stephen Chen is like most pet owners: he loves his pet and he wants to keep it healthy. While regular trips to the veterinarian are a must, Chen created a pet urinalysis app to allow pet owners to perform their own “check up” when they have concerns. Chen pitches his patented solution […]

The Cool Box – High Tech Tool Box

Cool Box inventors Chris Stoikos and Jason Neubauer are serial entrepreneurs who wanted to make a tool box for the 21st Century. Along with co-founder Mike D’Agostini (who doesn’t appear on the show), the guys have a lot of construction experience behind them and they got sick of lugging around multiple items to job sites. […]

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