Shark Tank Season 10 products are some of the best in the history of the show.
So how many of these products did Mr. Wonderful want to take behind the barn and shoot?
You’re about to find out!
Shark Tank Season 10’s Best New Products
Sorry sea turtles.
Mr. Wonderful couldn’t stomach a $12.5 million valuation for this environmentally friendly reusable straw.
Despite an offer of $625,000 for 10% equity, FinalStraw left The Tank without a deal.
This comes after FinalStraw raised $1.9 million on Kickstarter earlier this year.
Season 10, Episode 1 — no deal.
I’m not crying, YOU’RE CRYING!
This tear-jerking episode featured three kids pitching their late dad’s idea for an eco-friendly cutting board with a detachable section for food waste.
I know one thing for sure, kids. Your dad would be proud.
Fast fact: They sold over $1 million in product during the first 18 hours after the show aired.
Season 10, Episode 3 — $100,000 for 20% equity (all 5 Sharks)
When I was a kid my mom would cut up a hot dog, throw it in the microwave, and call it lunch.
Which is probably why I weighed just as much as a 5th grader as I do now.
Now, though? Kids are eatin’ GOOD!
Which is why the Sharks were all over Yumble’s healthy meal delivery service in the 8th episode of Shark Tank Season 10.
Yumble Kids Meal Delivery
Season 10, Episode 8 — $500,000 for 6% equity (Bethenny Frankel)
Cleaning with a normal broom is about as effective as running a marathon in rain boots.
Because normal brooms suck.
WISP helps you pick up every last bit of dirt with ease.
Too bad they got to cute with Mr. Wonderful and he withdrew his offer.
WISP Cleaning System
Season 10, Episode 5 — no deal.
As Michael Scott will tell you, thriving in the great outdoors isn’t always easy.
Unless you have the Bear Bowl, a lightweight, foldable alternative to bulky camping cookers.
It sets up in seconds and can be taken literally ANYWHERE on Earth.
Season 10, Episode 1 — $100,000 for 25% equity (Jamie Siminoff)
The days of wearing suits and ties to the office are long gone, baby.
And these more casual dress shirts look great and fit like an absolute dream.
The video above does a wonderful job of condensing one of the most entertaining presentations of Shark Tank Season 10 into two minutes of action.
Butter Cloth Shirts
Season 10, Episode 4 — $250,000 for 25% equity (Robert Herjavec)
“I love hauling my skis from the car to the slope!” -No one ever
Nobody likes carrying skis to the car after a long day on the slopes.
So the team behind Ski-Z said, “Hell, why carry your skis when you could ROLL them?!”
We couldn’t agree more.
Ski-Z Ski Roller
Season 10, Episode 7 — $50,000 for 25% equity (Barbara Corcoran)
Ok, full disclosure here…
BottleKeeper is getting absolutely ROASTED in their Amazon Reviews.
But they got a $1 million deal on Shark Tank which is far from easy to do.
So, did the Sharks get duped?!
Season 10, Episode 6 — $1 million for 5% equity (Mark Cuban & Lori Greiner)
9. Cave Shake – Ready to Drink Shakes That Are Keto, Paleo, & Vegan Friendly ($250,000 for 20% Equity)
One product that’s Keto, Paleo AND Vegan?
It’s a gosh darn miracle.
Wait, now I want a cheeseburger.
Season 10, Episode 4 — $250,000 million for 20% equity (Charles Barkley)