Top 20 Most Successful Products from Shark Tank

The Tank is bank! It returned to TV on October 7 with its 200th episode, which shows how much Americans are willing to invest their own time on the sharks’ investments. Whether you tune in every Sunday to see hopeful business moguls break a sweat in front of the sharks or because you’re also an aspiring entrepreneur with a product you’re itching to market, one thing is true no matter what: some Shark Tank products have really gone the distance.

But do you know which Shark Tank products are the most successful? If not, you’ve come to the right place.

Keep reading to see which out-of-the-box and practical Shark Tank products have done exceptionally well.

20.) Prep Expert

Shark Tank products Prep Expert

Prep Expert

Shark: Mark Cuban

Asked for: 20% stake

Offer: $250,000

Total sales: $10 million

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The test prep company focuses on ensuring high SAT and ACT scores.

Once the show was over, Shaan Patel’s company sales went from $600,000 to over $7 million.

19.) Illumibowl

Shark Tank products IllumniBowl

ABC

Shark: Kevin O’Leary

Asked for: 25%

Offer: $100,000

Total sales: $11 million

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Marketed as “the world’s first toilet light” and advising customers to “pee responsibly,” what’s not to love?

This Shark Tank product’s sales went from $100,000 to $14 million after airing. Face it. Sometimes a seemingly silly idea can make a killer profit.

18.) PRX Performance

Shark Tank products PRX Performance

ABC

Shark: Kevin O’Leary

Asked for: 20% stake

Offer: $80,000

Total sales: $15 million

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How many of us actually want to go to the gym? Brian Brasch and Erik Hopperstad sure didn’t. That’s why they created their compact, at-home-storage gym solution.

The co-owners are doing so well they are currently researching and expanding their products.

17.) Bottle Breacher

Shark Tank products Bottle Breacher

Bottle Breacher

Shark: Kevin O’Leary

Asked for: 20% stake

Offer: $150 million

Total sales: $17 million

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The bottle openers are made from 50 caliber bullets from active duty service members and veterans. Both O’Leary and Cuban loved the husband-wife duo’s Shark Tank product.

The sharks were right. With over $17 million in sales, we’re convinced, too.

16.) Wicked Good Cupcakes

Shark Tank products Wicked Good Cupcakes

ABC

Shark: Kevin O’Leary

Asked for: Royalty

Offer: $75,000

Total sales: $20 million

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Cupcakes in a jar. Sometimes the best ideas are the simplest ones.

These sweets sell hot. Luckily for all of us, they ship throughout the U.S.

15.) Sand Cloud

Shark Tank products Sand Cloud

Sand Cloud Towels

Shark: Robert Herjavec

Asked for: 15% stake

Offer: $200,000

Total sales: $20 million

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This beach towel company isn’t just selling blankets. It’s selling a lifestyle: the beachy, ever-Californian lifestyle everyone wants to have.

Herjavec was right to invest $200,000. Sand Cloud towels now sell leggings, jewelry—anything you need walking down the boardwalk.

14.) Sun-Staches

Shark Tank products Sun

Sun-staches

Shark: Daymond John

Asked for: 20% stake

Offer: $300,000

Total sales: $24 million

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Daymond John isn’t the first to usually offer deals on Shark Tank, but his investment in Sun-Staches proves he knows what he’s doing.

The company that sells novelty glasses saw a dramatic increase in sales after accepting John’s offer, going from $5.7 million to more than $20 million.

13.) The Original Comfy

Shark Tank products The Comfy

The Comfy

Shark: Barbara Corcoran

Asked for: 30% stake

Offer: $50,000

Total sales: $25 million

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This Shark Tank product was destined for success. It’s cousin, the Snuggie, was a mega-hit a few years ago and still makes earns a killer buck.

It’s no wonder the Original Comfy has also seen a similar interest.

12.) Tower Paddle Boards

Shark Tank products Tower Paddle Boards

ABC/Shark Tank

Shark: Mark Cuban

Asked for: 30% stake

Offer: $150,000

Total sales: $33 million

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What’s the difference between a surfboard and a paddle board? Only CEO Stephan Aarstol could predict the open market for Tower Paddle Boards.

How successful is this company? Instead of talking about its sells, let’s just say Aarstol and his employees only work five hours a day and still get a major paycheck.

11.) Grace & Lace

Shark Tank products Grace & Lace

ABC/Kelsey McNeal

Shark: Barbara Corcoran

Asked for: 10% stake

Offer: $175,000

Total sales: $36 million

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Legwarmers? In 2013? But Corcoran and owners Melissa and Rick Hinnant knew the demand for socks.

The results were massive. Grace & Lace made over $14 million in the 2 years after appearing on Shark Tank.

READ MORE: Top 5 marketing tricks that companies use to get you to buy!

10.) Bantam Bagels

Shark Tank products Bantam Bagels

Bantam Bagels

Shark: Lori Greiner

Asked for: 25% stake

Offer: $275,000

Total sales: $40 million

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There is no complicated formula for inventing successful products. Take Bantam Bagels for example. Essentially, they are bagel bites with a variety of scrumptious fillings at the center.

America went crazy for the new food that went hand-in-hand with foodie culture. Delish states, “the couple had been used to making 1,000 to 2,000 of their mini stuffed bagel balls a day, but within five minutes of appearing on the network, they sold 100,000.” You can find the bites at Target, Costco and Starbucks.

9.) FiberFix

Shark Tank products FiberFix

FiberFix

Shark: Lori Greiner

Asked for: 12% stake

Offer: $120,000

Total sales: $50 million

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FiberFix is a repair tape stronger than duct tape since it’s made of a blend of resin and industrial fibers. Simply add water and then tape it against a crack.

Sounds easy, right? Many Americans thought so too and continue to keep FiberFix in business.

8.) Cousins Maine Lobster

Shark Tank products Cousins Maine Lobster

Cousins Maine Lobster / Facebook

Shark: Barbara Corcoran

Asked for: 15% stake

Offer: $55,000

Total sales: $50 million

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Shark Barbara Corcoran saw a winner when cousins Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomac presented their food truck business.

The mouthwatering foodie, on-the-go restaurant is still in business—a multi-million dollar business, that is.

7.) Sleep Styler

Shark Tank products Sleep Styler

Sleep Styler

Shark: Lori Greiner

Asked for: 25% stake

Offer: $75,000

Total sales: $56 million

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The Sleep Styler is all about convenience. For girls with long hair, simply wrap your hair in rollers and sleep in them. There’s no heat and no hassle.

No wonder this is one of the most successful Shark Tank products.

6.) Bombas

Shark Tank products Bombas

American Broadcasting Companies

Shark: Daymond John

Asked for: 17% stake

Offer: $200,000

Total sales: $78 million

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Just like Grace & Lace, Bombas proved America always need more socks. The business model is similar to Toms shoes: Buy a pair of socks and donate a pair back.

The altruistic business model is still a favorite for people who need another pair and want to give a little something back.

5.) Tipsy Elves

Shark Tank products Tipsy Elves

Tipsy Elves

Shark: Robert Herjavec

Asked for: 10% stake

Offer: $100,000

Total sales: $100 million

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Everyone loves the holidays. People are practically begging to spend money during the merry season.

Tipsy Elves saw a potential market, and thus the company was born. It sells some not-so-safe but hilarious holiday sweaters. It has been featured on Office Party and Daddy’s Home 2 and shows no signs of stopping.

4.) Squatty Potty

Shark Tank Products

Squatty Potty

Shark: Lori Greiner

Asked for: 10% stake

Offer: $350,000

Total sales: $140 million

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The Squatty Potty is a stool to help customers go. If there were ever a time to say, Who’d buy that?, it’s now.

However, apparently, there’s a big market for adults who want a Squatty Potty.

3.) Simply Fit Board

Shark Tank products Simply Fit Board

Simply Fit Board

Shark: Lori Greiner

Asked for: 20% stake

Offer: $125,000

Total sales: $152 million

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Workout products are a dime a dozen on the Home Buying Network. But that’s not a bad thing when you’re trying to launch a multi-million dollar business.

The Simply Fit Board makes our top Shark Tank products list at number three. It promises to “strengthen and tone your abs and legs, simply by standing on the board and twisting at the waist.”READ MORE: If you don’t have an item or idea to market, then read here!

2.) Scrub Daddy

Shark Tank products Scrub Daddy

Scrub Daddy

Shark: Lori Greiner

Asked for: 20% stake

Offered: $200,000

Total sales: $170 million

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The Scrub Daddy looks like a sweet little sponge, but it’s a heavy-hitter in the financial realm.

At over $170 million total sales, the Scrub Daddy is the most successful Shark Tank product that got an offer from a shark.

1.) Kodiak Cakes

Shark Tank products Kodiak Cakes

Kodiak Cakes

Shark: None

Offer: None

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Almost all of the sharks loved the Kodiak Cakes pitch. However, Joel Clark and Cameron Smith had to pass on every offer. The sharks simply wanted too much.

Still, we consider this the most successful Shark Tank product. After its appearance on the show, Kodiak Cakes went on to major retail success. It’s the top-selling pancake mix brand at Target and is growing 80% every year.

Are you surprised by any Shark Tank products that made the list? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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