Shark Tank Season 11 Products
Blueland was the first company to pitch in
MinusCal is a snack bar company that got a chance to pitch its weight-loss products in the
The Baby Toon
The Baby Toon was a 1st-grade science fair project that eventually became a legitimate product. The 2-in-1 soft baby spoon was specifically designed to help toddlers and babies feed themselves in an easier and safer way. The Baby Toon got a chance to pitch to the sharks in Season 11 and asked for $50,000 for 50% of their company. Lori Greiner eventually matched their ask. Don’t forget to read our The Baby Toon update to find out where they are now!
- Falafel Wrap
TaDah Foods was founded with the premise of making authentic Mediterranean cuisine available to everyone in the world. To make it happen, the company pitched during
Circadian Optics was born out of need. After noticing the negative effects of working in a dark office, Amber Leong made light therapy lamps that supplemented the body’s Circadian Rhythm. After asking for a $750,000 investment in 10% of her company, Amber landed a deal with Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner who teamed up to give Amber more than what she asked for. Don’t forget to check out our Circadian Optics update for more details.
Boost Oxygen is a supplemental oxygen company that was pitched on
Face Yoga with KoKo
Face Yoga with KoKo is a unique face training method designed to fight signs of aging. The founder, Koko Hayashi, sought a $200,000 investment from the Sharks at the time. Unfortunately, Face Yoga didn’t land a deal. Be sure to check out our Face Yoga with Koko update.
Atlas Monroe is a vegan catering company that couldn’t just quite hack it with the sharks after seeking a $500,000 investment in exchange for 10% equity. You’ll find out more about what happened to this company in our Atlas Monroe update.
Eterneva landed a deal with Mark Cuban. Their original ask of $600,000 for 5% equity was changed by the Dallas Mavericks owner to $600,000 for 9% equity. Find out how the company is doing in our Eterneva update.
Baobab was confident that it was the perfect polo shirt in
Unlike other Season 11 products, AIRA landed not just one, not two, but three sharks in total despite asking for a whopping $500,000 investment for a measly 7% equity in their company. How did Aira do that? We’ll be glad to tell you in our AIRA update.
Baby and toddler socks that won’t fall off sound like a killer idea, and the sharks agree. Squid Socks found a willing partner with Daymond John, who previously worked with Bombas. Has Squid Socks taken off like Daymond’s other socks company? Read our Squid Socks update to find out.
Knife Aid is a professional knife sharpening services company offering mail-in options for those who want to keep their knives in tip-top shape. The interesting idea helped the company secure a deal with Lori Greiner and Rohan Oza. How much did the two sharks invest in Knife Aid? You’ll know more if you read our Knife Aid update.
Bug Bite Thing
Bug Bite Thing already sold well before entering the
Despite having a convenient solution to smelly public bathrooms, the sharks did not take a bite out of Plop Star. Check out our Plop Star update for those who want to know if the company found success following the pitch.
As a health advocate, Mark Cuban could not let the opportunity pass. So, when one of the healthiest products appeared on
Tailgate N Go
Tailgate N Go generated a healthy debate during its
Nerdit Now wanted to give the world a fast and easy device repair service. Unfortunately, the sharks couldn’t see their business as investible. Check out our Nerdit Now update to know more.
Mark Cuban added to his treasure trove of investments after Golfkicks pitched their golf shoe company. Find out in our Golfkicks update and recap to see how the owners got Mark to take a bite.
Myo Storm looked like the perfect addition to Mark Cuban’s list of investments made out of Season 11 products, but it was Lori Greiner who ultimately put in her money. Check out how this innovative massager got the Queen of QVC to say yes to a deal in our Myo Storm update.
The Measuring Shovel
The Measuring Shovel was made by a young entrepreneur. What’s even better is that The Measuring Shovel got two sharks to bite in Lori Greiner and Kevin O’Leary. Don’t forget to read out The Measuring Shovel update to find out how the pitch went.
Pili Hunters might have one of the more unique stories in
Supply Razor wanted to dial the clock back to simpler times by asking men to ditch their multi-blade razors for straight razors and it worked. Robert Herjavec even jumped in to invest in Supply Razor. Many years later, the company is doing quite well as per our Supply Razor update.
EZC Pak was one of the worst Season 11 products when it comes to pitches. Yet, despite a rocky presentation, Dr. Malepati still secured a deal with Kevin O’Leary. We’ll let you in on how that happened in our EZC Pak update.
Baubles + Soles
Daymond John bought into the idea of Baubles + Soles, a company fueled by the desire to offer kids stylish shoes that grew with kids. To date, it’s one of the more successful Season 11 products. You’ll find more information about Daymond’s investment in our Baubles + Soles update.
The founders believed that Dog Threads were going places, and they certainly did. Mark Cuban saw enough after their pitch to invest in Dog Threads. Here is our Dog Threads update if you want to know how they are doing now.
Peanut Butter Pump
Peanut Butter Pump was an interesting idea, but couldn’t get a shark to bite in Season 11. Find out how their pitch went and what happened in our Peanut Butter Pump update.
What is it with Mark Cuban and Season 11 products? The Billionaire Shark found another investment in The Yard in Season 11. Find out how this happened in our The Yard update.
After their pitch, Lori Greiner and Anne Wojcicki teamed up to make an investment in the Steam Cell banking service for dogs and cats. Find out how the sharks reacted to the idea of Stem Cell research in pets in our Gallant update.
Mrs. Goldfarb’s Unreal Deli
The plant-based corned beef alternative found a willing and eager investor in the Dallas Mavericks owner in Season 11. Our Mrs. Goldfarb’s Unreal Deli update will tell you just how enthusiastic Mark was with the product.
Terra-Core sought to solve the need for home gym equipment without all the space. Lori Greiner was the shark who was most interested at the time and you’ll find out how this happened in our Terra-Core update.
Of all the Season 11 products, Outer had one of the more complicated deals. Lori Greiner gave the outdoor furniture company a not-so-straightforward investment, but that hasn’t seemed to have stopped the company at all. Find out where Outer is now in our Outer update and recap.
Easy Treezy is a play on words and a company that wanted to solve the dreaded Christmas problem of setting up a Christmas tree. Unfortunately, the sharks weren’t feeling too festive, giving the company the distinction of being one of the Season 11 products that didn’t get a deal. You’ll find out why the Sharks passed in our Easy Treezy update.
More than half of all men have beards (and hair, for that matter). Ironically, Beardements landed a deal with Kevin O’Leary, the shark with no hair. How did this novelty company make that happen? You’ll know in our Beardaments update.
Forrest Shinners saw a big problem with the skiing market, the gear is just too expensive. While the sharks liked the idea, Forrest couldn’t find a partner for his $200,000 for 7% equity offer. So, where is his company now? Find out in our Kit Lender update.
Get better at cutting wrapping paper and packaging gifts with Little ELF. Lori Greiner saw the value in one of the more innovative Season 11 products and the company’s taken off since. Here is our Little Elf update.
The Slumberpod was a blackout sleep tent for babies and toddlers. Despite being a product about sleeping, the sharks were very wide awake during the presentation. Barbara Corcoran ultimately won out against the competition and gave Slumberpod exactly what it needed. Our Slumberpud update will give you an idea of how the company is doing now.
If you’re looking to feel warm despite extreme weather conditions, Fortress is for you. Unfortunately, it just didn’t sell well with the Sharks. You can read more about how Fortress missed out on a deal in our Fortress update.
Robert Herjavec looked like he was having fun during the ZUUM pitch. Unfortunately, the sharks just didn’t see enough in ZUUM to make an investment. Let us know your thoughts about ZUUM after you read our ZUUM update.
Say goodbye to bent frames with Flexscreen. The company aims to make replacing window screens easier and it got the help of Lori Greiner to do it. As a very demonstrable product, the fit could not have been more perfect. Find out how much Lori Greiner invested in the company in our Flexscreen update.
Wise Pocket Products
Lori Greiner and Daymond John teamed up to invest in Wise Pocket Products. The company, which was founded by Sofi Overton, solved the problem of the lack of pockets in women’s and kid’s clothing. Find out how Sofi put Lori and Daymond in her pockets in our Wise Pocket Products update.
Kreyol Essence oil sold the sharks liquid gold and got a deal from Kevin O’Leary. Why did Mr. Wonderful invest in the line of castor oil products? Find out in our Kreyol Essence update.
LoveSync was one of those Season 11 products that some of us might have cringed at during the presentation. The sharks weren’t too keen on it too seeing that no one made an investment. Learn more about why LoveSync didn’t find success in the
Mark Cuban might just have the most Season 11 investments. The billionaire tech mogul dropped a hefty sum on Wanna Nate, a naturally sweet healthy sandwich spread that consumers just can’t stop buying. Is Wanna Date still going strong? Find out in our Wanna Date update.
Genius Juice is a straightforward product as it’s basically just a coconut smoothie. But, with sales to back up their pitch, Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran couldn’t pass up on the deal. You’ll read more about how and why the duo worked together in our Genius Juice update.
Rapid Rope is a product meant for emergencies. Chris and Geanie Rodgers developed Rapid Rope as a reliable and quick rope canister that won’t let you down. Their efforts definitely weren’t in vain after asking the sharks for a $200,000 investment in exchange for 20% equity. At the end of their pitch, Barbara Corcoran stepped up to give Rapid Rope the investment it needed in exchange for a 30% equity. Don’t forget to read our Rapid Rope update to know how this happened.
Ready, Set, Food!
Dr. Andy Leitner, Dr. Katie Marks-Cogan, and Daniel Zakowski were all in Season 11 of
Ka-Pop! Ancient Grain Snack Co.
Using his experience in the food industry, Dustin Finkel formulated and created Ka-Pop! Ancient Grain Snack Co, which is a healthy snack alternative that uses sorghum. Despite drawing interest from the sharks, Ka-Pop! didn’t get a deal. Why? You’ll have to read our Ka-Pop! update to find out.
Natalie Holoway and Max Kislevitz wanted to make ankle and wrist weights more fashionable with the Bala Bangles. The wearable wrist and ankle weights ultimately got a deal from Mark Cuban and maria Sharapova for $900,000 and 30% equity. How much did Bala Bangles originally ask for? Check out our Bala Bangles update if you want more details.
Shake It Pup!
AJ Crook and Brett Maiolfi set out to solve the problem with wet dog food with Shake It Pup. After asking the Sharks for a $100,000 investment and putting up a 20% equity stake in their company, AJ and Brett impressed Mark Cuban enough for him to make an offer for $100,000 for 25% equity. How has the delicious deal gone for Mark Cuban and Shake it Pup? Our Shake It Pup update has you covered.
Pips & Bounce
Eugene and Michael Jung wanted to take ping pong and turn it into a legitimate party business. Unfortunately, the sharks just did not see the value in one of the more entertaining Season 11 products after the Oregon-based siblings asked for a $500,000 investment. Find out why the Sharks passed in our Pips and Bounce update.
Lori Greiner gave Laura Schubert and Lilian Tung $500,000 in exchange for an 8% equity stake in their company, Fur Oil, a company with market-proven pubic hair care products. Find out how Fur Oil sold Lori Greiner into investing in the business in our Fur Oil update.
Bite Toothpaste Bits
Asher Hunt and Lindsay McCormick hopped into the
BabyQuip is a baby gear rental service by Frank Maier and Joe Maier that wanted to make traveling with babies and toddlers easier for parents. While interesting, the sharks just did not see a reason to bite. As one of the more unique Season 11 products, you’ll want to read our BabyQuip update to find out why the sharks didn’t invest after the pitch from the mother and son duo.
Coconut Girl jumped into the
Pair Eyewear by Nathan Kondamuri and Sophia Edelstein wanted to solve the problem of kids not wanting to wear prescription glasses and also losing them. The entrepreneurs needed a $400,000 investment to help their business excel and they got exactly that from Lori Greiner and Katrina Lake. The deal wasn’t as straightforward though, as you’ll learn in our Pair Eyewear update.
Ashi Kelinek is solving the problem with sugary children’s drinks with a healthier alternative in Kids Luv. Unfortunately, the sugar-free drink wasn’t enough to get the Sharks hooked after Ashi asked for a $200,000 investment in this Season 11 pitch. You’ll learn why in our Kids Luv update.
These days, you can rent everything, so why not swimming pools, right? Swimply was born out of that idea and Bunim Laskin thought that he could ask the sharks for $300,000 to invest in his idea. Bunim thought wrong as you’ll find out in our Swimply update.
Barbara Corcoran borrowed a page out of Kevin O’Leary’s book with a royalty deal for Space Traveler, a unique product meant to help multi-children parents going on long road trips. Find out more about how Barbar structured her deal in our Space Traveler update.
For some reason, Kevin O’Leary didn’t go the royalty route with his $120,000 for 25% equity deal with Bertello, a way to get brick oven pizza at home for an affordable price from the minds of Andy and Eric Bert. How do you think Andy and Eric sold Mr. Wonderful on one of the more unique Season 11 products? Our Bertello update might give you an idea.
Of all the Season 11 products, Boho, a camper van sales and rental company got one of the more uniquely structured deals from Barbara Corcoran. What kind of deal did David Sodemann and Brett Ellsenson end up making with Barbara that wasn’t their original ask of $300,000 for 10% equity? You’ll know if you read our Boho update.
Nadine Habayeb entered the
Krystal Persaud took the concept of solar panels and turned it into something more accessible. Grouphug is a company that sells solar panels designed to power, not houses, but devices. After asking the Sharks for $150,000, Mark Cuban was more than happy to oblige at the end of Krystal’s pitch. Find out how the deal went and how the company is now in our Grouphug update.
Drew Zirkle wanted to make driving nails with a hammer safer with Safety Nailer in Season 11 and it appears that the sharks saw a lot of value in the idea. Three sharks teamed up to give one of the more ingenious Season 11 products $100,000 in exchange for 33% equity. We’ve let you know who these Sharks were in our Safety Nailer update.
Pasta by Hudson
Brandon Fay thought he had the solution to ordering pasta to go only to find it cold by the time you got home in Pasta by Hudson. After pitching to the Sharks as one of the Season 11 products, Pasta by Hudson got a deal from Lori Greiner and Mark Cuban. To get two sharks, Brandon Fay had to give up 30% equity (instead of just 10%) but secured $150,000 in funding in return. Read our Pasta by Hudson update to find out how that happened.
Can you just imagine if there were baby booties and mittens that always stay on? That company would stand to make a fortune! That’s exactly what Linsey Fuller and Lili Yeo showed to the sharks when they pitched Goumi during Season 11. Unfortunately, Kevin O’Leary was feeling sharky that day, offering their $1 million ask as a line of credit at a higher equity than they came in asking for (10% equity over 8% equity). Kevin ultimately shook hands with Linsey and Lili, which is why you’re here to read the Goumi update.
Joe Balistreri went into the
The Frozen Farmers
Did you know that fruits that don’t look “good” are automatically scrapped by most supermarkets? To combat this problem, Katey Evans came up with Frozen Farmer. The company sells ice cream using damaged and misshapen fruit. After seeking a $125,000 investment in exchange for 20% equity, Katey shook hands with Lori Greiner for a deal that asked her to give up only 30% equity. How is Lori’s investment these days doing? Find out in our Frozen Farmer update.
Daymond John invested in Muvez, a footwear company that designed slippers that convert to shoes, in Season 11. It’s easily one of the most innovative Season 11 products, which is why Ryan Cruz, Eric Cruz, and Kevin Zamora, all got a $200,000 investment in exchange for just a 25% equity stake in their company in Season 11. Read our Muvez update to know more about why Daymond decided they were worth it.
Phil Black is a serial entrepreneur who’s been to the
Lola Ogden came in Season 11 of
Jason Richardson sold Robert Herjavec on Bad Birdie in Season 11 and got $300,000 in exchange for 20% equity in return. How did one of the more creative Season 11 products do this? See more in our Bad Birdie update.
Just the Cheese
Despite walking into the
Kent Yoshimura and Ryan Chen asked the sharks for a $750,000 investment for 5% equity in their company, Neuro Gum, which sells caffeinated mints and gum. Unfortunately, the sharks were clearly not impressed enough with the product and focused on the negatives. What did the sharks not like about Neuro Gum? Read our Neuro Gum update to find out.
Shannon Valko and Sarah McDermott saw how popular slime kits were with kids and decided to make a venue and event service company with it in Seriously Slime. Ultimately, the sharks were unimpressed with the nature of the business. Read up on why the Sharks didn’t invest in Seriously Slime in our Seriously Slime update.
First Saturday Lime
Jessica Jacobs as well as Jana and Zac McDaniel came into the
Fried Green Tomatoes
Fried Green Tomatoes’ owner, Holly Cooper, went into the
Little Burros is a nifty little tool for those who garden often. It is the brainchild of the father-daughter duo, Bob and mollie Thorsen. Unfortunately, despite being one of the more impressive Season 11 products, the sharks weren’t too enthused with making a $250,000 investment. You’ll learn why the sharks didn’t dig the idea in our Little Burros update.
LaDonte Lotts got everyone’s bloom pumper in Season 11 with his traveling dance class company, Jiggaerobics. Despite his charisma, LaDonte couldn’t woo the Sharks enough to throw him a bone, as you’ll find out in our Jiggaerobics update.
Mural Painter and owner, Emily Strauss, found a willing partner in Barbara Corcoran for the hand-painted signs and promo agency. While complicated, what’s important is Mural Painter got a deal with a Shark that cared. What kind of deal did Barbara give Emily? You’ll have to read our Mural Painter update for that.
Barb Heilman and Becca Davison came up with a way to make unbuckling car seats easier in Unbuckle Me. The mother-daughter duet gave the sharks a chance to invest in one of the best Season 11 products and their efforts weren’t wasted. Lori Greiner and Mark Cuban teamed up to give Unbuckle Me a $100,000 investment for 20% equity. Find out more in our Unbuckle Me update.
Tanoshi is a company by Lisa Love, Brad Johnston, and Greg Smith, which sells affordable tablets designed to help make computer literacy more accessible. How did they get Daymond John to invest $500,000 in exchange for 20% equity? You’ll want to read our Tanoshi update for that info.
Ming Zhao’s skincare company, Proven, aims to create customized skincare and cosmetic options for all. Unfortunately, the $500,000 ask and the measly equity offered (just 5%), dissuaded the sharks from making an investment. Find out everything that happened during this pitch in our Proven update.
Laura Boccanfuso saw a glaring problem with math proficiency in the United States, which is why she created the robotic children’s math tutor, Van Robotics. This experimental technology held promise, but the sharks just weren’t huge fans of it at the time. Don’t forget to check out our Van Robotics update to know more about the failed pitch.
Kevin Shoemaker and Skyler Bennett founded Tough Ties on the premise of providing professional parents with a child-friendly tie alternative. Being a new father himself, Robert Herjavec saw the value in Tough Ties immediately. The trio shook hands on a $100,000 for 35% equity in Season 11, and you’ll learn more about this deal in our Tough Tie update.
Lord Von Schmitt
Schuyler Ellers might hold the distinction for one of the most flamboyant Season 11 products presentations if not all time. Ellers and co wore colorful clothing made out of handmade afghan items to try and seduce the sharks to do a deal. Unfortunately, they were much too smart to believe in theatrics alone. Why do we say that? Read our Lord Von Schmitt update if you’re curious.
Nick Baker funded Dadware, a company that sells shirts that make skin-to-skin bonding between dads and their newborns easier. Unfortunately, Nick’s pitch wasn’t enough to get the sharks to bite and give him $100,000 for 20% equity. We’ll tell you more about Nick’s time on
Colt and Stacy Hall created Potty Safe due to their need for a less messy way of potty training their daughter. Since getting $50,000 for 20% equity from Lori Greiner, Potty Safe has become quite the company, as you’ll soon learn in our Potty Safe update.
Mc Squares is Anthony Franco’s attempt at displacing the non-dying sticky notes from its perch on top of its market. The sharks appear to agree with the quality of rancho’s presentation. But, at the end of the day, it was Kevin O’Leary who struck an agreement and got a $300,000 investment in exchange for “just” 25% equity. How did Mr. Wonderful make the deal with Anthony happen? The secret lies in our mcSquares update.
Rescue Ready offers a safer fire safety ladder alternative that will make fight fighters smile. Rescue Ready is easily one of the more divisive Season 11 products, which might have contributed to the company not getting the $75,000 for a 15% equity investment it needed at the time. Our Rescue Ready update should help give you a better idea of what happened to this pitch.
Would you pay $400,000 as an investment for 10% equity in a company that sells healthier and high-protein chocolate milk alternatives? Probably not. This is the problem that Manny Lubin and Josh Belinsky faced after pitching Slate in their
Jeff Applebaum came into the
Tara Williams came into
The Mad Optimist
Mohamed, Mohamed, and Anthony founded Mad Optimist, a company that sells fully customizable soap and other body care products. After entertaining the sharks with their pitch for $60,000 for 10% equity, Mark Cuban stepped up to give the trio what they wanted but for 20% equity. How did this all go down? You’ll want to read our Mad Optimist update to find out.
Robert Herjavec invested half a million for 20% equity in Rollin Greens, a plant and grain-based snack company by Ryan and Lindsey Cunningham. Find out what Robert and the other sharks had to say about this healthy snack alternative in our Rollin Greens update.
Yellow Leaf is a company that sells Thailand-made hand-woven hammocks that has a social cause. Part of the profits from Yellow Leaf is given back to the Thai living in rural communities who make these hammocks. Touched by the mission, Daniel Lubetzky offered $1 million for 25% equity for Yellow Leaf. Find out more about how that deal came to be in our Yellow Leaf update.
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