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12 Most Successful Shark Tank Products

  • 12. Plated

    Season: 5
    Shark: Mark Cuban (Later, Kevin O’Leary)

    In Season 5 Episode 22, Nick Taranto and Josh Hix struck a deal with Mark Cuban for their healthy meal subscription food delivery service. By the following year, in 2015, the company had reached over $100 million in sales since being founded. The deal with Mark Cuban ultimately fell through but Kevin O’Leary jumped on board to help negotiate on of the Shark Tank’s most successful acquisitions.

  • 11. (Sunniva) Kitu Super Coffee

    Season: 9
    Shark: None

    The DeCicco brothers, Jake, Jordan and Jim received much interest from the Sharks but left empty-handed in Season 9 Episode 22 after they failed to reach an agreement with the Sharks on the $11.1 million valuation of their company. Today, Kitu Super Coffee has a valuation of $200 million and is on track to do $70 million in sales for 2020, and $150 million for 2021, making Kitu Super Coffee, one of the Shark Tank’s best-selling, fastest growing and most successful misses.

  • 10. The Bouqs

    Season: 5
    Shark: None (Later, Robert Herjavec)

    In Season 5 Episode 27, John Tabis pitched his online flower delivery service, the Bouqs. He left without a deal, but after the show, received a call from Robert Herjavec, with whom he later struck a deal. Today, The Bouqs has done over $100 million in sales and continues to attract new customers and new investors. In June 2020, Bouqs acquired an additional $30 million in funding for a total of $74 million, that will go towards developing the company’s brick and mortar presence.

  • 9. Tipsy Elves

    Season: 5
    Shark: Robert Herjavec

    In 2011, Evan Mendelsohn and Nick Morton left their professional careers to start their ugly Christmas sweater company, Tipsy Elves. Their dedication and passion for the business convinced Robert Herjavec to offer them a deal for 10% of their company. Since then, Tipsy Elves sales have grown to over $125 million .

  • 8. Everlywell

    Season: 9
    Shark: Lori Greiner

    In Season 9 Episode 12, Julia Cheeks secured a $1 million dollar deal with Lori Greiner for her at-home health testing kit company, Everywell. In just 3 years since appearing on Shark Tank, Everlywell has sold over $140 million in retail sales and has gone through additional rounds of funding. Its role in providing accessible Covid-19 test kits has significantly raised its value throughout 2020. Today, Everlywell is quickly climbing the ranks of the Shark Tank’s Best as it currently seeks out a $1 billion valuation from investors.

  • 7. The Comfy

    Season: 9
    Shark: Barbara Corcoran

    Everyone thought brothers, Brian and Michael Speciale, were crazy when they walked into the Shark Tank with their Snuggie-like, sweater-blanket, the Comfy. They ultimately, struck a deal with Barbara Corcoran, who never doubted the Comfy would be a success. Despite facing stiff competition from knockoffs and copycats, the Comfy has done over $150 million in sales since its launch.

  • 6. Simply Fit Board

    Season: 7
    Shark: Lori Greiner

    In Season 7 Episode 7, Mother and daughter co-founders, Gloria Hoffman and Linda Clark, pitched their waist workout balancing board on Shark Tank and earned a deal from Lori Greiner. In just 4 years since airing on Shark Tank, Simply Fit board has sold over $160 million in retail sales. Sales aren’t as strong today, but the core-toning exercise device can be found in over 50,000 retail stores.

  • 5. Squatty Potty

    Season: 6
    Shark: Lori Greiner

    In Season 6 Episode 9, Bobby Edwards and his mother, Judy Edwards, pitched their bathroom stool and constipation-aide, the Squatty Potty. By this time, the Squatty Potty had reached viral success with its video ad of a unicorn pooping rainbow icecream, but with the help of Lori Greiner, sales shot up to $164 million in the 5 years since airing on Shark Tank.

  • 4. Scrub Daddy

    Season: 4
    Shark: Lori Greiner

    Aaron Krause entered the Shark Tank in Season 4 Episode 7 with a strong pitch and an even stronger sponge. Since striking a deal with Lori Greiner in 2012, Scrub Daddy’s super sponge, has amassed $209.8 million in retail sales to date. Today, the Scrub Daddy has over 48 products sold in over 30,000 retail stores, in 17 countries.

  • 3. Kodiak Cakes

    Season: 5
    Shark: None

    Joel Clark and Cameron Smith left the Shark Tank without a deal for their whole-grain, high protein pancake and waffle mix. Although the Sharks agreed with the taste, they couldn’t agree with the co-founders’ $5 million dollar valuation. Today, Kodiak Cakes has dozens of products in stores nationwide and has reached over $160 million in annual sales according to Business Insider.

  • 2. Bombas

    Season: 6
    Shark: Daymond John

    In 2014, Randy Goldberg and David Heath struck a deal with Daymond John for their socks on a mission company, Bombas. Today, Bombas is one of the Shark Tank’s best-selling products with over $225 million in lifetime sales and the Shark Tank’s best social enterprise with over 42 million pairs of socks donated.

  • 1. Doorbot (Ring)

    Season: 5
    Shark: None

    In Season 5 Episode Jamie Siminoff left the Shark Tank without a deal for his home-security doorbell video service. Two years later, in 2017, Ring had done over $415 million in sales – a figure that has at least doubled since the company was acquired by Amazon. Not only is Ring Shark Tank’s best selling product, it is the Shark Tank’s most successful miss, and currently sits at the top of Shark Tank’s best acquisitions.