Ahh, Shark Tank.

Like American Idol, but with products.

And, thankfully, no Simon Cowell.

Here are the 27 most successful Shark Tank products of all-time.

P.S. The Shark Tank pitch video is underneath every picture.

Just give those suckers a second to load!

 


27 Most Successful Shark Tank Products of All-Time


 

1. Ring Video Doorbell ($611 million)

 

 

 

Season: 5
Shark: No deal
Seeking: $700,000 for 10% equity
Sales: $611 million

 

Thoughts:

Ring sold to Amazon for a whopping $1.1 billion in February 2018.

Only Mr. Wonderful offered Ring a deal when they appeared on Shark Tank, but he was turned down faster than me at the bar after one too many Red Bull vodkas.

Mark Cuban says he doesn’t regret missing out on Ring.

Yeah, ok Mark, I’m sure you didn’t want a piece of the most successful Shark Tank product in history.

 

 


2. Scrub Daddy ($197 million)

 

Best Shark Tank Products All-Time

 

 

Season: 4
Shark: Lori Greiner
Offer: $200,000 for 20% equity
Sales: $197 million

 

Thoughts:

Here’s a tip if you ever go on Shark Tank:

Try to get a deal with Lori.

She’s behind the 3 most successful Shark Tank products that actually got a deal on the show.

That’s thanks largely to her power on QVC.

Scrub Daddy is arguably the most famous Shark Tank product.

P.S. Am I the only one who thinks they need to make Scrub Daddy toilet edition?!

 

 


3. Simply Fit Board ($177 million)

 

 

 

Season: 7
Shark: Lori Greiner
Offer: $125,000 for 20% equity
Sales: $177 million

 

Thoughts:

Ok, does the Simply Fit Board actually get you a nice 6-pack?

Probably not if you’re eating cheeseburgers every other day for lunch.

But if you’re already in pretty good shape?

Sure, this popular Shark Tank product might help.

And if I know anything about the American public, we’ll try ANYTHING to get rid of our dad bods.

 

 


4. Squatty Potty ($153 million)

 

 

 

Season: 6
Shark: Lori Greiner
Offer: $350,000 for 10% equity
Sales: $153 million

 

Thoughts:

“The Squatty Potty is so stupid.”

**Sees sales numbers**

“The Squatty Potty is freakin’ genius!!!!”

Is it unconventional? Definitely.

But poop pays, baby.

 

 


5. Tipsy Elves Sweaters ($117 million)

 

 

 

Season: 5
Shark: Robert Herjavec
Offer: $100,000 for 10% equity
Sales: $117 million

 

Thoughts:

Ugly Christmas sweaters are BIG business.

Just ask Wal-Mart, who feels the need to charge 30 freakin’ bucks for them.

Tipsy Elves specializes in Insta-worthy outfits that make you the star of every holiday party.

And with over $100 million in sales since their appearance on Season 5 of Shark Tank, they’re not going anywhere.

 


6. Bombas Socks ($104 million)

 

 

 

Season: 5
Shark: Daymond John
Offer: $100,000 for 10% equity
Sales: $104 million

 

Thoughts:

“Oh, wow, thanks for the socks.”
-me as a 10-year-old.

“Oh! WOW! Thanks for the socks!!!”
-me as a 26-year-old.

The fastest way to my adult heart is to buy me a nice pair of socks.

Bombas followed the TOMS model and are absolutely crushing it.

 


7. Kodiak Cakes ($92 million)

 

 

Season: 5
Shark: No deal
Seeking: $500,000 for 10% equity
Sales: $92 million

 

Thoughts:

The Sharks missed out on a DOOZY when they passed on Kodiak Cakes in Season 5.

This healthy pancake mix has proved to be one of the most successful Shark Tank products of all-time.

Kodiak Cakes are in just about every grocery store in the country.

But they still have a long way to go if they want to catch Bisquick.

And Betty Crocker don’t play no games.

 


8. Sleep Styler ($72 million)

 

 

 

Season: 8
Shark: Lori Greiner
Offer: $75,000 for 20% equity
Sales: $72 million

 

Thoughts:

Uh oh.

The Sleep Styler has a 2.1 average rating from 111 reviews on QVC’s website.

Including this bad boy:

Won’t stay in hair, waste of money. QVC should stop selling this item.”

Yikes.

 

 


9. Cousins Maine Lobster ($67 million)

 

 

 

Season: 4
Shark: Barbara Corcoran
Offer: $55,000 for 15% equity
Sales: $67 million

 

Thoughts:

Here’s my beef with food trucks.

I get that a lot of them have great food.

But most charge MORE than an actual restaurant.

And at $16.95 for a lobster roll, Cousins Maine Lobster has been added to my naughty list.

They only had to sell like 50 lobster rolls to hit $67 million in sales.

P.S. Do NOT double check that math.

 

 


10. FiberFix ($66 million)

 

 

 

Season: 5
Shark: Lori Greiner
Offer: $90,000 for 10% equity
Sales: $66 million

 

Thoughts:

FiberFix is hands down one of the most successful Shark Tank products of all-time with nearly $66 million in sales.

It’s 100 times stronger than duct tape and can fix virtually anything.

R.I.P Billy Mays, he would have had a field day with this one.

 

 


11. Red Dress Boutique ($53 million)

 

 

 

Season: 6
Shark: Mark Cuban
Offer: $600,000 for 15%
Sales: $53 million

 

Thoughts:

Red Dress Boutique offers highly fashionable women’s clothing at a fraction of the price.

So they essentially just put some fancy lipstick on an online version of T.J.Maxx and called it a day.

Simply genius.

 

 


12. Bantam Bagels ($51 million)

 

 

 

Season: 5
Shark: Lori Greiner
Offer: $275,000 for 25% equity
Sales: $51 million

 

Thoughts:

“We have the BEST BAGELS IN THE WORLD!”
-every person from New York ever.

But I’ll give it to them, these mini stuffed bagel balls look absurdly delicious.

With Lori’s help, Bantam Bagels secured a massive deal with Starbucks to help them become one of the best-selling Shark Tank products ever.

 


13. Grace & Lace ($49 million)

 

 

 

Season: 5
Shark: Barbara Corcoran
Offer: $175,000 for 10% equity
Sales: $49 million

 

Thoughts:

Grace and Lace have taken their fancy socks and done some exceptionally good work in the world, opening 7 orphanages in India.

Barbara also said she’s making a, “Sh*t load of money” from this deal.

Ok, she didn’t actually say “sh*t,” but she is raking in the dough.

 


 

14. Tower Paddle Boards ($43 million)

 

 

 

Season: 3
Shark: Mark Cuban
Offer: $150,000 for 30% equity
Sales: $43 million

 

Thoughts:

Barbara is an absolute savage:

 

She ripped Tower Paddle Board’s Founder & CEO Stephen Aarstol to shreds after his presentation.

But Mark instantly came to his defense and saw enough in the company to make an investment.

$43 million later, it looks like he made a GREAT decision.

That’s what you get for name calling, Barbara.

 

 


15. Copa Di Vino ($41 million)

 

 

 

Season: Season 3
Shark: No deal
Seeking: $300,000 for 5% equity
Sales: $41 million

 

Thoughts:

Here’s a controversial opinion:

Boxed wine is better than bottled wine.

Here’s a non-controversial opinion:

Copa Di Vino founder James Martin is kind of a jerk.

He’s the only entrepreneur in Shark Tank history to actually make two separate appearances on the show.

And despite his obvious business success, his coy attitude left a bad taste in the Sharks’ mouths.

He left both appearances WITHOUT a deal.

 

 


 

16. The Original Comfy ($37 million)

 

 

Season: 9
Shark: Mark Cuban
Offer: $50,000 for 30% equity
Sales: $37 million

 

Thoughts:

How did The Comfy become one of the most successful Shark Tank products of all-time?

No clue, it looks absolutely ridiculous.

But The Snuggie did do $500 million in sales so what the hell do I know.

 

 


17. Sun-Staches ($33 million)

 

 

 

Season: 5
Shark: Daymond John
Offer: $300,000 for 20% equity
Sales: $33 million

 

Thoughts:

A wise man once told me, “People hate buying stuff they need, but LOVE buying stuff they want.”

Sun-Staches DEFINITELY fall into the “want” category.

These guys secured a licensing deal with Marvel thanks to Daymond’s connections.

Yet another lesson that the Sharks offer way more than just deep pocketbooks.

 

 


 

18. Drop Stop ($27 million)

 

 

 

Season: 4
Shark: Lori Greiner
Offer: $300,000 for 20% equity
Sales: $27 million

 

Thoughts:

Some of Shark Tank‘s most popular products are complete pieces of junk.

There I said it.

But Drop Stop actually has a 4.6 average review on Amazon.

Probably because people are sick and tired of dropping their chicken nuggets between their car seats.

 

 


19. Groovebook ($26 million)

 

 

 

Season: 5
Shark: Kevin O’Leary
Offer: $150,000 for 80% of licensing rights
Sales: $26 million

 

Thoughts:

Groovebook sold to Shutterfly in 2014 for a cool $14.5 million.

Which I’m assuming Mr. Wonderful got 80% of based on the deal they signed?

He does call Groovebook one of his most profitable Shark Tank deals.

 

 


20.Bubba-Q’s Boneless Ribs ($25 million)

 

 

 

Season: 5
Shark: Daymond John
Offer: $300,000 for 30%
Sales: $25 million

 

Thoughts:

The McRib from McDonalds is many things.

But actual meat, it is not.

Bubba-Q’s boneless ribs are, get this, actual ribs with the bones removed.

So they taste like the real thing WITHOUT the mess.

Is this the most delicious Shark Tank product of all-time?

Wicked Good Cupcakes gives them a run for their money.

 

 


 

21. Sand Cloud ($25 million)

 

 

 

Season: 8
Shark: Robert Herjavec
Offer: $200,000 for 15% equity
Sales: $25 million

 

Thoughts:

Ahh, the American dream.

Quit your stuffy corporate job to start a… wildly innovative beach towel company?

Guess so.

The team behind Sand Cloud started out making sand-resistant, super colorful beach towels, but now they have just about every product under the sun.

 

 


 

22. Wicked Good Cupcakes ($24 million)

 

 

 

Season: 4
Shark: Kevin O’Leary
Offer: $75,000 for $1 per cupcake (up to $75,000) then $0.45 per cupcake in perpetuity
Sales: $25 million

 

Thoughts:

You know it, I know it, Mr. Wonderful loves royalty deals.

And he signed a BIG one with Wicked Good Cupcakes.

He gets $0.45 for every jar sold FOREVER.

They’re one of the most famous Shark Tank products to boot.

 

 


 

23. Bottle Breacher ($22 million)

 

 

 

Season: 6
Shark: Kevin O’Leary
Offer: $150,000 for 20%
Sales: $22 million

 

Thoughts:

These bullet-shaped bottle openers were designed by a former veteran and apparently make great groomsman gifts.

But I’d rather have a 24-pack of Natty Light, baby.

 


24. PRx Performance ($19 million)

 

Season: 7
Shark: Kevin O’Leary
Offer: $80,000 for 20%
Sales: $19 million

 

Thoughts:

PRx Performance lets you work out from the comfort of your own home.

But let’s be honest, you’ll probably end up using it for a week.

Then you’ll end up selling it at a sparely attended yard sale in 3 years for $15.

 

 


 

25. Illumibowl ($14 million)

 

 

Season: 7
Shark: Kevin O’Leary
Offer: $100,000 for 25%
Sales: $14 million

 

Thoughts:

This is brilliant.

BRILLIANT!

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve accidentally peed on the floor because I didn’t want to turn on the bathroom light in the middle of the night.

Wait, did I just say that out loud?

 

 


26. Prep Expert ($13 million)

 

 

Season: 7
Shark: Mark Cuban
Offer: $250,000 for 20%
Sales: $14 million

 

Thoughts:

Prep Experts helps students ace standardized exams.

Hah. Back in my day we didn’t need any fancy study program.

We failed miserably on our OWN.

 

 


27. Simple Sugars ($11 million)

 

 

Season: 4
Shark: Mark Cuban
Offer: $100,000 for 33%
Sales: $11 million

 

Thoughts:

Last, but not least, (well I guess they are the least) we have Simple Sugars.

Our least successful, most successful Shark Tank product in history.

These all-natural skincare products help solve all sorts of skin issues.

Is there something you’re not telling us, Mark?

 


 

Check out the 31 absolute best Shark Tank Products of 2019!

Then sign up for The HypeSquad! Our hilarious weekly email featuring the 5 best Kickstarter projects + more!

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.