Season 12 Products

Shark Tank Season 12 premiered on October 16, 2020 and concluded on May 21, 2021 with a total of 25 episodes. Season 12 featured over 100 different companies and series regulars Mark Cuban, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec, Barbara Corcoran, and Daymond John. Alongside the regular cast of sharks, Season 12 also brought in guest sharks Blake Mycoskie (Toms), Kendra Scott (Kendra Scott brand), Alex Rodriguez (retired MLB legend and investor), and Daniel Lubetzky (Kind). Below is a recap of all Shark Tank Season 12 products, companies, and pitches.

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All Shark Tank Season 12 Products

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Episode 1

Touch Up Cup

Touch Up Cup | Paint Storage and No-Rust Can | Just Shake n' Paint - Individual
  • HOLDS 13 OUNCES: The 13 oz. container holds enough paint for touch up...
  • EASILY SEE PAINT COLOR: Includes clear container to easily see paint color...
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Touch Up Cup was the first product to appear in Shark Tank Season 12 as founders Carson and Jason Grill pitched their product, a sealed cup for leftover paint. After asking for $150,000 for 10% equity, Carson’s tenacity impressed the sharks. At the end of the pitch, Blake Mycoski had shaken hands with Carson and Jason Grill for a $200,000 investment for 25% equity. We’ll give you a quick recap of all that’s happened since our Touch Up Cup update.

SparkCharge

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Founders Joshua Aviv and Christopher Ellis came to Shark Tank in Season 12 to pitch SparkCharge, a solution to a very modern problem. The Season 12 product offers a portable battery for electric vehicles and has already secured a massive amount of sales due to its partnership with AAA. SparkCharge came in asking for $1,000,000 for 6% equity and got exactly that from the combined might of Lori Greiner as well as Mark Cuban in exchange for a 10% equity stake plus 4% advisory shares. Be sure to check out our SparkCharge update to find out what’s happened since.

GarmaGuard

Garma Guard Clothing Spray - On-The-Go Shoe Deodorizer Spray- Addresses Contact with Odor - Fabric Refresher Spray For Clothes, Shoe Spray (4 Pack)
  • As Seen on Shark Tank: GARMA GUARD is Easy To Use - Germa Gaurd is an Eco...
  • As Seen on Shark Tank: GARMAGUARD is Easy To Use - Germa Gaurd is an Eco...
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GarmaGuard had the perfect product when it was pitching in Shark Tank Season 12. Unfortunately, founders Bianca and Peter Badaway weren’t quite able to sell the sharks their products because they weren’t yet allowed to claim that the natural disinfectant could kill the COVID-19 virus. Thus, the two walked away without having gotten a cent of their investment ask of $100,000 for 10%. You can check out the recap of everything that’s already happened in our GarmaGuard update.

Rumpl Blankets

Rumpl The Down Puffy Blanket | Ultra Soft Warm Outdoor Down Blanket for Camping, Picnics, Traveling, Concerts | Cascade Fade Blue, 1-Person
  • Ultra-Lightweight & Packable: 1-Person size (52 x 75", 1.2 lbs, packs down...
  • Responsibly Sourced Down: This down blanket is made from RDS Certified duck...
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Wylie Robinson came to Shark Tank to pitch one of the most successful Season 12 products on the show. Rumpl Blankets had already done $8 million in sales of his environmentally friendly outdoor blanket product by the time of the pitch. Unfortunately, this made the Sharks question Wylie’s motives for coming on the show. As a result, Wylie walked away with zero of the $600,000 in investment that he asked for in exchange for 4% equity. Get to know more about how this unfortunate pitch went in our Rumpl Blankets update.

Episode 2

BootayBag

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Elly Gheno appeared at the perfect time on Shark Tank as she pitched in Season 12 when Kendra Scott was present. After wowing sharks with her company, BootayBag, which she bootstrapped with her own money and owed no debt to the point that she’d pulled in $15 million in sales by the time she appeared on Shark Tank, Elly Gheno fielded multiple offers. At the end of the day, after asking for $500,000 for 5% equity, Kendra gave her $500,000 in exchange for 10% equity in BootayBag. How well is BootayBag doing right now years after Kendra Scott’s investment? Find out more in our BootayBag update.

Go Oats

Go Oats, Oatmeal Bites Maple Brown Sugar, 9.2 Ounce
  • Maple Syrup & Brown Sugar Steel Cut Oatmeal, But Bite Size And On The Go,...
  • Made With Farm Fresh Dairy Pure Vermont Maple Syrup, And Brown Sugar
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Nahum Jeannot founded Go Oats after being laid off from his job during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. The oatmeal in a ball was so impressive that sharks who weren’t even fans of oatmeal ate it like it was candy. Due to the positive reactions of the Season 12 product, it didn’t take long for Nahum to get exactly what he came in asking for, which was a $150,000 investment. However, he did have to give Barbara Corcoran 15% equity as opposed to the 10% from his original offer. Let’s talk about how Nahum’s pitch went in our Go Oats update.

Pooch Paper

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Tracy Rosensteel came into the Shark Tank in Season 12 offering an eco-friendly alternative to plastic dog bags, Pooch Paper. Tracy initially asked for a $250,000 investment in exchange for 12% equity in her company. While Tracy got the money, Kevin O’Leary sold her on a $1 royalty deal in perpetuity. How is Pooch Paper doing after striking a deal with Mr. Wonderful? Join us in our Pooch Paper update.

P-Nuff Crunch

P-nuff Crunch Baked Peanut Puffs - Healthy Snacks, Gluten Free, Vegan, 20g Vegan Protein per Bag, Low FODMAP, Plant Based, Dairy Free, Gut-Friendly, as Seen on Shark Tank, 4oz Bag, Variety Pack of 6
  • PROTEIN PUFFS - P-nuff Crunch baked peanut puffs contain 5g plant-based...
  • LONG-LASTING ENERGY - Our peanut snacks are low in sugar and contain slow...
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P-Nuff Crunch was blessed with the power of coincidence and luck when Dr. Juan Salina came into the Shark Tank in Season 12. Mark Cuban, the billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks, had already gotten a taste of the baked peanut puffs snack and he absolutely loved it. So, Cuban took no time offering Juan a $400,000 investment in exchange for 25% equity if only just so that he’d never have to deal with running out of P-Nuff Crunch ever again. Find out exactly why Cuban didn’t hesitate to throw a lot of money into the company in our P-Nuff Crunch update.

Episode 3

Hug Sleep

Hug Sleep, Sleep Pod The Original Cooling Machine Washable Wearable Blanket + Weighted Blanket Alternative As Seen on Shark Tank for Men, Women, and Teens, Grey, Small
  • COOLING BLANKET FOR ALL SLEEPERS + SLEEPING POSITIONS: Sleep Pod is made...
  • NEW AND IMPROVED PATENTED ORIGINAL SLEEP SOLUTION, AS SEEN ON SHARK TANK:...
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Angie Kupper and Matt Mundt came into the Shark Tank to pitch Hug Sleep, a swaddle-link blanket for adults that they claim helps promote better sleep. After making Robert Herjavec give it a try and making him bleed by accident, the two fielded offers from the various sharks. Eventually, their initial ask of $150,000 for 10% equity was doubled when Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner came in together for $300,000 for 20% equity. Find out how Hug Sleep landed two sharks with one throw in our Hug Sleep update.

Animated Lure

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The King of Royalty deals got another entrepreneur to bite on one of his “patented” schemes in Shark Tank Season 12 when Animated Lure came in asking for $325,000 for 10% equity. After some back and forth with the sharks, the founders, Sobhan Sanaee and Kanz Kayfan, shook hands with Kevin O’Leary to get $325,000 for 10% equity and a $3 royalty until they can pay him back $1 million. If you’re curious to find out if Animated Lure has paid Kevin his back in full, read our Animated Lure update.

The Cereal Killerz Kitchen

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Jessica and Chris Burns headed into the Shark Tank in Season 12 ready to pitch their company, The Cereal Killerz Kitchen, gimmick and all. The retail-focused cereal bar company impressed the sharks with its taste, but they questioned the Season 12 product’s tactics. Specifically, Jessica and Chris wanted to open up more stores to make up for losing some during the COVID-19 pandemic. This didn’t sit right with the sharks. Even when Chris busted out his FUBU jersey, which made Daymond John smile, they weren’t able to get what they were asking for, which was $125,000 for 10% equity. Here is our The Cereal Killerz Kitchen update for those who’d like to find out how it all went down.

Chirp

Chirp Wheel+ Foam Roller for Back Pain Relief, Muscle Therapy, and Deep Tissue Massage
  • INNOVATIVE & FUNCTIONAL DESIGN: Chirp Wheel+ is designed with trigger...
  • BUILT-TO-LAST QUALITY: Our back stretcher wheel provides your back with a...
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Chirp’s founder, Tate Stock, came in asking the sharks for a $900,000 investment in the wheeled roller for back pain for 2% equity. Unfortunately, despite having the sales and profit to show, the pitch didn’t start out well. Daymond John, in particular, accused Tate of coming into Shark Tank just to promote the product. Luckily, Lori Greiner still wanted to invest. Tate and Lori ultimately made a deal for $900,000 for 2.5% equity contingent on Tate paying Lori back the amount after 18 months. Now, it’s time to check out if both parties held up their end of the bargain in our Chirp update.

Episode 4

Jada Spices

Vegan Chicken Protein & Reduced Sodium Chicken Salt Seasoning Combo - Plant Based Chick'n Mix, Meat Substitute, Soy Free Meatless Products, 5.8oz - Chicken Salt is Vegan, Keto & Paleo Fri...
  • 21g PROTEIN PER SERVING - GMO free, cholesterol free, rich in vitamin b12,...
  • ALL PURPOSE SEASONING - 5 Flavours to choose from - BBQ, Lime, Original,...
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Khasha Touleoei and Maynard Okereke came into the Shark Tank in Season 12 ready to give up a 20% equity stake in exchange for a $250,000 investment in exchange for their, vegan chicken salt and plant-based chicken mix company, Jada Spices. At the time, the company was on track to do half a million in sales in 2020 without accounting for the plant-based chicken mix. The two ultimately landed a deal with Barbara Corcoran, making her a third partner in a company by giving her 33% equity. How is Barbara’s $250,000 investment in Jada Spices doing these days? Read our Jada Spices update to find out.

Surprise Cake

Surprise Cake - 2 in 1 Popping Cake and Cupcake Stand - Pull-Ring Surprise
  • The original, patented Popping Stand by Surprise Cake
  • Completely hide gifts inside of the transforming cake and cupcake stand....
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Surprise Cake was founded by Jordan Long and Liz Charm on the premise of giving surprises and hiding them inside a cake. Unfortunately, due to its high valuation and lack of plans, the sharks did not give Jordan and Liz a deal. Find out more about why such a festive pitch turned sour so quickly in our Surprise Cake update.

Mighty Carver

MIGHTY CARVER Electric Carving Knife, "As Seen On Shark Tank"
  • Carve a Thanksgiving Turkey, Ham, Bread, or Fruit with Ease
  • Dual Stainless Steel Blades
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Lance and Kim Burney went into Shark Tank Season 12 hoping to secure a $100,000 investment in exchange for 20% equity in their company, Mighty Carver, which is effectively about a product that is a carving knife that looks like a chainsaw. The unique twist on the traditional electric knife was intriguing enough that Daymond John put up $100,000 for 25% equity. How did this happen and where is Mighty Carver now? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything you need to know in our Mighty Carver update.

Flipstik

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Akeem Shannon came into Shark Tank in Season 12 as one of the best salesmen to ever stand in front of the entrepreneurs. Unfortunately, despite his charisma and talent, the sharks weren’t quite impressed with Flipstik’s sales. Yet, despite all the negativity around his lack of numbers, Akeem still got a deal for exactly how much he wanted – $100,000 for 20% equity with Lori Greiner. How is the phone case company doing these days? Here is your Flipstik update.

Episode 5

Fitfighter

Sarah Apgar is an army veteran and firefighter who has toughed it out against the worst of them and she took all that bravery with her inside the Shark Tank in Season 12 to pitch Fitfighter. The company is a weighted exercise hose that can be used for multiple workout exercises without having to swap equipment. Sarah came in asking for $250,000 for 15% equity and she ended up walking away with a deal with the guest shark at the time, Daniel Lubetzsky, for 25% equity and a $250,000 investment. Wondering where they are now? We’ve got great news to tell you in our Fitfighter update.

LIFTiD

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LIFTiD was one of the more interesting Shark Tank Season 12 products. Founders Ken and Allyson Davidovr tried to sell the sharks their company, LIFTiD, which is a neurostimulator that claims to improve brain function by stimulating the neurons in the brain. Unfortunately, Ken and Allyson just couldn’t quite turn the naysaying sharks into believers during the time they had to pitch LIFTiD. How is LIFTiD doing these days after failing to land a $200,000 investment in exchange for 10% equity? Read our LIFTiD update to find out.

Foam Party Hats

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Manuel and Grace Rojas used their imagination to come up with Foam Party Hats, a company that sells custom-designed foam hats. Heading into the Shark Tank in Season 12, Manuel and Grace sought a $100,000 investment in exchange for 15% equity. Although the two ended up giving away 25% equity, Manuel and Grace did get two sharks in Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner on top of the $100,000 in funding. How is one of the more fun and creative Shark Tank Season 12 products is doing these days? Read our Foam Party Hats update to find out.

Bee D’Vine Honey Wine

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Founder Ayele Solomon entered the Shark Tank in Season 12 with two things: his company, Bee’Vine, which sells honey-based wine, and sales of $400,000 in six years. Yet, despite the relatively low sales figure, Ayele walked away with not just one shark but four. After asking for $750,000 in exchange for 25% equity, Ayele secured the cash and four sharks by just giving up 40% equity. Learn how Ayele pulled this off and how the company is doing these days in our Bee D’Vine update.

Episode 6

Pan’s Mushroom Jerky

Pan’s Mushroom Jerky - Shiitake Mushroom Jerky, Plant Based, Vegan, 4 Flavor Variety Pack (Original, Zesty Thai, Salt & Pepper, Applewood BBQ) 2.2 Ounces
  • UMAMI & SATISFYING: Made from shiitake mushrooms, Pan's Mushroom Jerky...
  • Plant-Based | Vegan | Paleo-Friendly | Soy-Free | Gluten-Free | Kosher
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Michael Pan and his mushroom-based jerky company, Pan’s Mushroom Jerky, made quite the impression with the Sharks when he came into the Shark Tank in Season 12. At the time, Pan was expecting to make $1.5 million in sales at the end of the year. Unfortunately, Pan needed help to increase his profit margin, which, at the time, was just 10%. After asking for $300,000 and offering only 10% equity, Pan fielded offers from multiple Sharks and ended up shaking hands with Mark Cuban for $300,000 and 18% equity. Our Pan’s Mushroom Jerky update is a quick recap of everything that’s happened for Pan since and after.

K9 Dog Mask

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Kirby Holmes and Evan Daughterty came up with one of the more “unique” products to ever grace Shark Tank with the K9 Dog Mask. In Shark Tank Season 12, Kirby and Evan pitched the sharks a company that sells face masks for dogs. The two asked for $200,000 in investment and offered 20% in equity in exchange. Despite getting made fun of by the sharks for a bit, Kirby and Evan shook hands with Daymond John on a 40% equity deal for $200,000. Find out how all of this transpired in our K9 Dog Mask update.

Moment

Moment Botanical Water STILL - Variety Pack Healthy & Natural with adaptogens and nootropics. L-Theanine and Ashwagandha for Zen & Stress Relief. No Caffeine or Added Sugar. Keto. 12 Cans
  • 🍋 DITCH THE SUGAR AND ARTIFICIAL INGREDIENTS: No added sugar. No...
  • 🌺 ASHWAGANDHA & L-THEANINE FOR REDUCED STRESS AND BETTER MOOD: Calming...
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Founders Aisha Chottani and Faheem Kajee found themselves in rare company by having a product that the sharks actually liked that wasn’t able to get a deal in Shark Tank Season 12. Moment is a drink that’s described as “meditation in a bottle” and claims to give drinkers the same benefits as a single session of meditation. The all-natural drink couldn’t quite secure the $200,000 investment that it needed at the time. Did Moment survive without a deal? Find out in our Moment update.

Prime 6

Prime 6 Charcoal for Grilling & BBQ — Natural Recycled Hardwood Charcoal Logs — Reusable Lump Coal with no Binders, Additives, or Chemicals — 22lb Pro Pack
  • Experience the Hype — Our mindfully made charcoal has been carefully...
  • More Burn For Your Buck — Save time, money and fuel with our charcoal....
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Oron and Riki Franco pitched Prime 6 in Shark Tank Season 12, a company that sells charcoal made out of recycled sawdust from hardwood. The company claims that the product is reusable and lasts twice as long as normal charcoal with minimal mess. The sharks were obviously impressed and their ask of $200,000 for 10% equity wasn’t unreasonable given the sales figures. Ultimately, Kevin O’Leary swooped in to give Prime 6 an unusually fair deal with no equity. How is Kevin O’Leary’s $200,000 investment in exchange for 25% equity in Prime 6 doing now? Read our Prime 6 update to find out.

Episode 7

Holiball

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Jennifer Couch, Amberly Hall, and Kristy Moore, all teamed up to spread Christmas cheer with their giant inflatable ornaments company, Holiball. With $650,000 in sales already at the time of their pitch in Shark Tank, the trio definitely had something going for them. Thankfully, the sharks saw that too. After putting up 10% equity in exchange for $150,000 in funding, Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran eventually partnered to get double the equity at 20% for the same amount of cash. Find out how one of the more festive Season 12 products is doing these days in our Holiball update.

Katamco

Katamco Toilet Timer (Dad Gift Set)
  • This gift set comes with one Toilet Timer for Dads, one "When Dad Goes Poo"...
  • FOR THE LONG-POOPER OR POO-CRASTINATOR in your life. Give the gift of time...
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Adam and Katie Stephy went into Shark Tank in Season 12 with the gag gift company, Katamco. Despite the hilarious concept behind the product, Adam and Katie were also laughing their way to the bank with expected sales figures of more than $1 million before the year ended. What’s even better is that Mark Cuban saw the potential of the gag gift company and gave Adam and Katie $200,000 while only asking for 25% equity in return. Check our Katamco update to find out how Adam and Katie enjoyed their time in the Shark Tank.

ODR Skis

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ODR Skis had one of the more interesting backstories. The current owner, Kevin Greco, was a former salesperson who was so successful that he ended up buying the company. Unfortunately, it was also this history that ended up to be his undoing in Shark Tank as he failed to land a deal for $350,000 in exchange for 10% equity. Learn more about this safer alternative to traditional skis and why it didn’t get a deal in our ODR Skis update.

Buckle Me Baby

Buckle Me Baby Car Seat Coats | Safer Warm Winter Jackets Baby Toddler Girl Boy Collared(Purple, 18M)
  • WORRY FREE: The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends children should...
  • CRASH TESTED FOR SAFETY: Our patented dual fold design was engineered to...
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Dahlia Rizk went into the Shark Tank to pitch Buckle Me Baby, this Season 12 product creates car seat-friendly coats for children. After asking for $100,000 and putting up 10% equity in exchange, Dahlia walked away with a unique deal with Daymond John. Daymond agreed to invest in Buckle Me Baby as long as he got 20% equity in the company and 30% equity on all the licensing deals he’ll be making. Was Daymond’s investment in Buckle Me Baby as secure as the children’s coat? Read our Buckle Me Baby update to find out.

Episode 8

Peekaboo Organics

Founder Jessica Weiss Levison made Peekaboo Organics so that people can have their cake and eat it, or in this case, have their ice cream and eat vegetables all at the same time. Unfortunately, the sharks weren’t impressed with the $10 million valuation after Jessica asked for an $800,000 investment and put up only 8% equity in exchange. This just goes to show that it’s not guaranteed that you’ll get a deal from the sharks even if they like your product. Find out what else the sharks had to say about Jessica’s company in our Peekaboo Organics update.

Brake Free Technologies

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Brake Free Technologies was founded by Henry Li and Alex Arkhangelskiy to make riding motorcycles safer. The company sells brake lights that can be mounted on the back of any helmet and sense if the rider is braking. Henry and Alex sought $200,000 in investment for a 10% equity stake and ended up reeling in two sharks. Robert Herjavec and Mark Cuban teamed up to give the company $200,000 in exchange for 20% equity. Here is our Brake Free Technologies update.

Click & Carry

Click & Carry Grocery Bag Carrier with Soft Cushion Grip. Use as a Hands Free Grocery Bag Carrier, Plastic Bag Holder, Sports Gear Carrier & More. Click and Carry With Ease
  • AS SEEN ON TV: Click and Carry has been featured on Shark Tank, QVC - In...
  • HOW IT WORKS: Click & Carry's patented design allows for equal weight...
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With $625,000 in lifetime sales, Kim Meckwood came in Shark Tank Season 12 with a proven product with Click & Carry. Unfortunately, things weren’t quite as straightforward as the sharks found out during the pitch. For one, the company hadn’t been selling well lately. Still, the sharks found potential in the product, which makes loading up multiple grocery bags so that you won’t have to take multiple trips from your car to your home. Eventually, Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran worked out a deal with Kim for $225,000 and 40% equity. You’ll find out more about the pitch in our Click & Carry update.

Pillar Learning

Pillar Learning Codi AI Smart Educational Robot for Kids, Smart Storyteller/Song Singer with Curated Content That Grows with Your Child
  • Three Content Playlists: 1) Songs that promote motor skill development and...
  • Real, Expressive Voice: Tired of smart speakers and toys that sound boring...
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After selling more than 2,500 units of its educational robot for kids, William Mock, Dayu Yang, and Chris Oslebo are hoping that the sharks will invest $500,000 in exchange for 10% equity in their company, Pillar Learning. After much deliberation and demonstration, the trio ended up walking away with a $500,000 deal with Robert Herjavec and giving up only a 25% equity stake. How is Pillar Learning doing these days in such a competitive environment? We’ve got a Pillar Learning update for you to find out.

Episode 9

Electra

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Former WNBA player, Fran Harris, was in Shark Tank Season 12 to pitch the sports hydration drink, Electra. Fran wanted $350,000 for 20% equity to help her grow the business in a very tight market. At the end of her pitch, Frank walked away with a deal with Barbara Corcoran. Unfortunately, the deal wasn’t straightforward. Of the $350,000, only $100,000 was an investment while $250,000 was a line of credit and she had to give up 30% equity. Also, Barbara’s deal was contingent that she landed a major athletic spokesperson. If you’re curious to find out how this contingency deal panned out for Fran and Barbara, read our Electra update.

All33

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One of the more comfortable Season 12 products, Bing Howenstein brought All33Chairs into Shark Tank, which, at the time, already had $3.2 million in sales. Unfortunately, Bing thought that the company was valued at $20 million already after asking for $500,000 in exchange for 2.5% equity. Because of this, the patented office chair failed to land a deal with the sharks despite making quite an impression. Find out if All33 has survived missing out on a significant chunk of investment in our All33 update.

His and Her

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Founders Jennifer and Michael Gallagher were in Shark Tank Season 12 to pitch their aphrodisiac snack bar, His and Her Bars. The two asked for a $50,000 investment in exchange for 10% equity to help them spread the love (literally) all over the world. Unfortunately, the sharks were unimpressed by the product’s lack of sales. The sharks even told the couple to shut down the business. Find out what made the sharks say such harsh comments and if the company survived such a wringing in our His and Her Bars update.

TrophySmack

TrophySmack Perpetual Fantasy Football Trophy - Customizable Championship Trophy Award Winner | Free Engraving up to 19 Years Past Winners (Vivid Black)
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Matt Walsh and Dax Holt were in Shark Tank Season 12 to pitch a very real company for a hobby based on a “fictional” league. TrophySmack specializes in creating customized trophies for fantasy sports. At the time, TrophySmack had already done $1.9 million in sales the year prior and was on track to sell more during the current year. After getting multiple offers, Matt and Dax shook hands with Mark Cuban. Instead of giving up 8% equity, TrophySmack had to give Mark 17% equity for a $600,000 investment. But, since this is a billionaire we’re talking about, we have to say that this was a worthy trade-off, especially after you read our TrophySmack update.

Episode 10

Slice of Sauce

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Slice of Sauce is a company that sells dehydrated and sliced condiments. At the time of their pitch in Shark Tank Season 12, the founders, Cole and Emily Williams, had not sold anything. Yet, they were confident enough to ask the sharks for a $200,000 investment in exchange for 10% equity. To convince the sharks to invest in one of the more unique Season 12 products, Emily and Cole reported that they were expecting to do $1.8 million in sales in their first year alone. This was enough for Alex Rodriguez to invest $200,000 as debt that will convert into 15% equity if they reach their sales target. Did Alex’s money ever convert? Read our Slice of Sauce update to find out.

Love Is Project

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Chrissie and Gladys Lam were part of the slate of entrepreneurs who got a chance to present their product, Love is Project, back in Shark Tank Season 12. The company creates handmade bracelets for other people as a reminder to love each other. Despite sending a heartwarming message, the sharks didn’t bite on the deal due to their small equity offer of 5% for a $250,000 investment, among other issues. But, with $4 million in lifetime sales, we’re pretty sure Chrissie and Gladys are doing well for themselves these days, or are they? Find out more in our Love Is Project update.

Luna Magic

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Shaira and Mabel Frias created a makeup line specifically for Latino women, Luna Magic. The two got a chance to present their company in front of the sharks in Shark Tank Season 12. After impressing the sharks with their drive and sales of more than $100,000, Shaira and Mabel landed a deal with Barbara Corcoran. Instead of getting $200,000 for 10% in a straight equity deal, Barbara will be getting 30% equity in exchange for her $250,000 invested as a line of credit. Let’s see how Shaira and Mabel are doing in our Luna Magic update.

Bubbly Blaster

Stanson Strong and Brad Hall brought Bubbly Blaster to the Shark Tank in Season 12. The company sells water guns that shoots out champagne. They’ve sold $560,000 already in just over a year. Naturally, the sharks were impressed. Alex Rodriguez and Mark Cuban, in particular, didn’t take long to partner up to make an offer. However, because they were two sharks, Mark and Alex upped the equity ask from 20% equity to 30%. The good thing is that they also offered more money at $180,000 instead of $120,000. Stanson and Brad accepted the offer and off they went. How is Bubbly Blaster doing these days with investors that have popped their fair share of champagne bottles winning in the NBA and MLB? Check out our Bubbly Blaster update to find out.

Episode 11

Quevos

Quevos Egg White Chips - The Original Low Carb Egg Crisps, Crunchy Flavorful Protein & High Fiber Snacks, Keto Snacks, Diabetic & Atkins Friendly, Gluten Free, Protein Crisp, Low Carb Chips - ...
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Nick Hamburger and Zack Schreier came up with a healthy solution to snacking with Quevos, which are healthy chips made from egg whites. At the time of their pitch, Quevos had sold $660,000 worth of product for the year with a few months still left to go. Despite committing one of the gravest mistakes by offering only a small amount of equity (5%) for a $200,000 investment, Nick and Zack still walked away with a deal. Daniel Lubetzky offered to buy a 10% equity stake in Quevos with another $200,000 as a line of credit. Nick and Zack accepted the deal, which you’ll find out more about in our Quevos update.

Brumachen

Shark Tank Season 12 products

After seeing his officemates spending too much time trying to get coffee when stuck in remote locations, Kweku Larbi, a civil engineer, came up with a solution that he presented in Shark Tank. One of the more interesting Season 12 products, Brumachen is a portable coffee maker that can be used anytime and anywhere. It is also compatible with coffee pod types. At the time of their pitch, Brumachen had only sold very little product although Kweku was hoping that his invention, a reusable coffee pod, would help persuade the sharks. Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case as the equity Kweku was offering (10%) was too small when you consider how much money he wanted for a $1 million investment. Kweku ultimately walked away from Shark Tank without a deal, which leads us to our Brumachen update.

Aura Bora

Lavender Cucumber Herbal Sparkling Water by Aura Bora, 0 Calories, 0 Sugar, 0 Sodium, Non-GMO, 12 oz Can (Pack of 12)
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Paul and Maddie Voge were in Shark Tank Season 12 to pitch their herbal sparkling water, Auro Bora. The all-natural sparkling water was already a success as the founders expected to do more than $2 million in sales in 2021 after getting offers from multiple retail stores. Because of this, Auro Bora only offered 5% equity in exchange for a $150,000 investment. Ultimately, Robert Herjavec was able to get a bigger chunk of Aura Bora at 15% equity but for $200,000. Find out more about how Aura Bora is doing right now in our Aura Bora update.

SwipeNSnap

SwipenSnap "As Seen On Shark Tank" US Patented One Hand Diaper Cream Applicator [Fits Most Diaper Creams]
  • SAFE - allows you to apply diaper cream with just one hand while safely...
  • CLEAN - Keeps your hands clean from the messy water-resistant diaper cream.
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Despite only having a lifetime sales of $15,000, Alina Kravchenko was confident enough to ask the sharks for a $120,000 investment in exchange for 10% equity in Shark Tank Season 12. Alina’s product, SwipeNSwap was a patented one-hand diaper cream applicator that’s designed to make life so much easier for parents. After her presentation, Alina eventually got an offer to buy half of her company for $120,000 with Kevin O’Leary and Lori Greiner teaming up. You’ll find out more about the pitch in our SwipeNSnap update.

Episode 12

YoNo

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Michael Green and Bob Mackey were in Shark Tank Season 12 to pitch their very simple product, YoNo, a clip that helps you keep personal items off of the ground. The pitch went spectacular as the sharks laughed at the company’s “germs and dirt.” Despite selling only $4,500 of products in two months, Michael and Bob believed in the product’s potential. To that end, they asked the sharks for a $150,000 investment in exchange for 15% equity. Eventually, Daymond John took them up on their offer but doubled the equity ask to 30%, which they agreed with. Now, YoNo is doing rather well as you’ll find out in our YoNo update.

Nightcap

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Brother and sister duo, Shirah and Michael Benarde, went to the Shark Tank in Season 12 to pitch Nightcap, a product designed to protect people, specifically women, from getting their drinks spiked. The sharks were quite delighted after hearing about the product and it didn’t take long for someone to bite on their $60,000 ask in exchange for 20% equity. Lori Greiner gave Nightcap the money they needed and only for a small equity premium of 25%. After selling only $68,000 at the time of their episode aired, Nightcap has become a million-dollar company and has expanded to the United Kingdom. How did that happen? Find out more in our Nightcap update.

Rule Breaker

Rule Breaker Snacks Vegan Gluten Free | Variety Pack Blondie Brownie Cookies | Plant-Based, Dairy, Nut, Soy, Allergen Free, Kosher | Soft-Baked, Great for lunchboxes Snacks for Kids and Adults (Pack o...
  • 🌎 PREMIUM NATURAL INGREDIENTS: Rule Breaker Snacks are meticulously...
  • 🍃 VEGAN, GLUTEN-FREE, NON-GMO: Rule Breaker Snacks are 100% plant-based,...
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Nancy Kalish was in Shark Tank to present Rule Breaker, a healthy chickpeas snack that looked like one of the best Season 12 products to invest in on paper. Unfortunately, the guilt-free cookies were hiding a secret. As revealed by Nancy, the company isn’t cash-flow positive despite already making more than $1.3 million in sales. Because of this, the sharks didn’t bite when Nancy asked for a $400,000 investment for 10% equity. Did this failure hurt Rule Breaker? Check out our Rule Breaker update to know more.

MountainFlow

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Kevin O’Leary and Barbara Corcoran invested in Peter Arlein and his eco-friendly ski wax, Mountain Flow, in Shark Tank Season 12. The skier entered the Shark Tank only asking for $250,000 for 10% equity. But, after impressing the sharks enough with his poise and his sales numbers as well as plans to move into foreign markets, Peter got more than what he asked for. At the end of his pitch, Peter got a $300,000 investment in exchange for 20% equity from two sharks. Our MountainFlow update will keep you in the loop about how well the company is doing these days.

Episode 13

Jax Sheets

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Wen Muenyi and Jax Sheets had all the makings of an investable product back in Shark Tank Season 12. As Wen revealed, Jax Sheets raised a total of $350,000 on Kickstarter for its product line, which is stench-free bedsheets and clothes. Unfortunately, Wen didn’t come into Shark Tank with sales. As a result, he couldn’t find a shark to invest $212,000 in Jax Sheets in exchange for 10% equity. How is Jax Sheets doing now that Wen has had time to fulfill orders from his initial supporters and sell the product? Make sure to read our Jax Sheets update.

The Pizza Cupcake

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Andrea Meggiato and Michelle Jimeney pitched in Shark Tank Season 12 to try and get the shark to take a bite out of their bagel-shaped pizza company, The Pizza Cupcake. When they pitched, Andrea and Michelle were expecting to end the year with over $800,000 in sales. Not to mention, they were looking at possibly reducing the cost without compromising the flavor. Unfortunately, Andrew and Michelle were offering only a small amount of equity (5%) in exchange for a $125,000 investment. So, Lori Greiner had to up the ask. Eventually, The Pizza Cupcake got Lori Greiner as its investor for $125,000 as well as 12.5% equity plus 2.5% in advisory shares. Fast forward to today and learn more about how The Pizza Cupcake is doing in our The Pizza Cupcake update.

IceBeanie

Ice Beanie Natural Migraine Relief - Eliminate Tension Headaches with This Acupressure Designed Cold Pack Hat - Enjoy Soothing Compression to Relieve Pain Associated with Overexertion, Aches & Fev...
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  • A NATURAL APPROACH TO PAIN RELIEF - Our cold therapy compression solution...
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IceBeanie is one of the Season 12 products that’s so simple that you can’t believe that you never thought of it. Nic Lamb got a chance to pitch the sharks a beanie with ice packs. Nic claims that it’s a natural pain-reliever for people who suffer from migraines. Additionally, Nic sees the opportunity to use IceBeanie for post-workout recovery as well as chemotherapy, among others. It didn’t take long for Mark Cuban to make an offer and eventually shake hands with Nic for $50,000 in exchange for 25% equity in IceBeanie. How is the product selling these days? We’ll let you know in our IceBeanie update.

Draft Top

The Draft Top 3.0 Original Beer Can Opener - Soda Can Opener - Topless Can Opener - Handheld Safety Easy Manual Can Opener, Smooth Edge Effortless Rip and Sip Opener, As Seen on Shark Tank
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  • UPDATED 3.0 DESIGN: The latest Draft Top design features modified splitters...
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Patrick Parizo and Armand Ferranti appeared on Shark Tank Season 12 to try their luck with their company, Draft Top. The founders believe that Draft Top is the solution to drinking beer out of a can instead of sipping from a small hole. In addition to an idea, Patrick and Armand brought sales north of $2 million over the company’s lifetime, much to the delight of the sharks. Because of this, it didn’t take too long for Draft Top to generate interest after asking for a $300,000 investment in exchange for a 10% equity. Daymond John was eventually able to secure a 20% equity stake in Draft Top for $300,000. Has Draft Top made drinking beer a more enjoyable experience for millions around the globe? Read our Draft Top update to find out.

Episode 14

Pashion Footwear

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Haley Pavone had a chance to pitch an innovative product in Shark Tank Season 12. Pashion Footwear is a convertible shoewear that can be used as high heels or as flats. As you might expect, Pashion Footwear was a huge hit, making over $800,000 in sales in just over a year. Unfortunately, Haley’s company had a high return rate. Also, as she revealed, she needed to secure a deal so that the company can survive. This made for a bad combination alongside her low equity over of 5% and $500,000 investment ask. Haley couldn’t quite convince the sharks to take the chance on the ingenious product. If you’re curious to find out if Pashion Footwear survived or not, make sure to read our Pashion Footware update.

Souper Cubes

Sprinkles Edition Souper Cubes 1-Cup Freezing Tray with lid, Pack of 2, makes 8 perfect 1 cup portions, freeze soup, stew, chili
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  • Compartments have four fill lines: ½ cup, 1 cup, 125 mL, 250 mL - Each...
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With millions in lifetime sales, Jake and Michelle Sendowski have one of the best Shark Tank Season 12 products. The couple’s company, Souper Cubes, sold cubes to freeze leftovers. The creativity and design of Souper Cubes impressed the shark enough that Jake and Michelle ended up walking away with exactly what they wanted. After asking the sharks for a $400,000 investment in exchange for 5% equity, Lori Greiner didn’t even bother negotiating. Here is our Souper Cubes update if you’d like to know how the company is doing these days.

Byoot Swimwear

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Elyce and Nathan Billany was in Shark Tank Season 12 to pitch Byoot Swimwear, a button-up swimwear for women. Byoot was attractively priced for the sharks as Nathan and Elyce only asked for a $50,000 investment in exchange for a 30% equity stake in the company. True enough, it didn’t take long for someone to make a deal. Eventually, Byoot found a willing investor in Kendra Scott, who put up $50,000 as a loan with 10% interest while asking only 5% equity in return. After Byoot walked away with the deal, let’s talk about how well they are doing these days in our Byoot Swimwear update.

Sienna Sauce

Sienna Sauce - Variety 3-Pack Everything Sauce (12 oz bottles) (Tangy, Spicy, and Lemon Pepper) Gluten Free and Healthy | Perfect for Wings, Beef, Pork, Shrimp, Chicken, and Vegetables - As Seen On Sh...
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Tyla-Simone Crayton was in Shark Tank Season 12 to pitch Sienna Sauce, a tasty wing sauce that “can be used on anything” and had already sold over $255,000 over the course of its lifetime. Tyle asked the sharks for a $100,000 investment and offered a 10% equity stake in Sienna Sauce in return. The impressive sales and even more amazing taste was enough to catch the attention of Kendra Scott. In the end, the two shook hands on a deal that gave Kendra 20% equity for her $100,000 investment in Sienna Sauce. It’s been over a year since, so if you’re itching to know more about how Tyla’s business is doing these days, make sure to read our Sienna Sauce update.

Episode 15

The Better Bedder

Lori Greiner invested in The Better Bedder in Shark Tank Season 12. At the time, founders Juddy Schott and Nita Gessen had only done under half a million dollars in sales in less than two years of business. But, due to the ingenuity of the product and the fairness of their initial ask of $150,000 for 10% equity, Nita and Juddy got several offers from multiple sharks. Eventually, the two of them went with Lori’s offer of $150,000 for 18% equity despite Barbara Corcoran offering the same amount of cash for less equity at 15%. Years after the deal was struck, let’s find out how The Better Bedder is doing in our The Better Bedder update.

Everything Legendary

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Everything Legendary got a chance to pitch in front of the sharks in Shark Tank Season 12. The owners, Jumoke Jackson, Danita Claytor, and Duane Myko, impressed the sharks with their meat-free burgers. This is the reason why it didn’t take long for the company to get a massive investment. Despite valuing Everything Legendary at $3 million and asking for a $300,000 investment in exchange for a 10% equity stake, Everything Legendary got the biggest investor of them all in Mark Cuban. The Dallas Mavericks owner put in $300,000 in exchange for 22% equity in the vegan-friendly meat-free burger business. So, how is Everything Legendary doing? Find out in our Everything Legendary update.

Walkee Paws

Lisa Barnoff went into Shark Tank Season 12 with a profitable business in Walkee Paws. At the time, the company, which sells leggings for dogs, was on its way to making $1 million in sales by the end of the year with a profit of $250,000. Unfortunately, despite running a tight ship with great margins, Lisa failed to generate interest from the sharks. Kevin O’Leary was the only one to make multiple offers, which Lisa politely declined. Given its sales numbers, Walkee Paws should have survived Lisa walking out of the shark tank without an investor. Is that the case? Read our Walkee Paws update to find out.

Hopscotch Kids Coding App

Shark Tank Season 12 products

The Hopscotch Kids Coding app appeared in Shark Tank Season 12 with founder Samantha John getting a chance to pitch to the sharks. The coding app had been around since 2012 at the time and peaked at 400,000 monthly users. However, due to several reasons, Samantha wanted to change the business model and was looking for a willing shark to partner with her to make the transition easier. Samantha wanted a $400,000 investment from a willing shark for 4% equity. Thankfully, Samantha was open to negotiations. Also, because Mark Cuban had positive experiences with the app himself, Mark made Samantha an offer of $400,000 for 16% equity, which Samantha was able to negotiate to $550,000 for 11% equity. Let’s see what Samantha and Mark are up to now in our Hopscotch Kids Coding app update.

Episode 16

Simply Good Salad Jars

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Jared Cannon got more than what he asked for when he appeared in Shark Tank Season 12 to pitch Simply Good Jars. One of the healthier Season 12 products which sells salads in a jar wanted a $500,000 investment in exchange for a 7% equity stake. After impressing the sharks with $475,000 in sales for the year, Jared got the lifeline that he needed. Jared revealed that he’d been losing $900,000 a year due to several reasons, which was followed by different offers from Kevin O’Leary, Mark Cuban, and Lori Greiner. In the end, Lori Greiner and Mark Cuban decided to work together to give Jared a $500,000 investment in exchange for just 10% equity. Has Jared and Simply Good Jars turned the corner? Read our Simply Good Jars update to find out.

Pinch Me Therapy Dough

Pinch Me Therapy Dough - Holistic Aromatherapy Stress Relieving Putty - 10 Ounce… (Refresh)
  • COMPLETE REFRESH: A soothing blend of cucumber and mint
  • THERAPY DOUGH: Enhance your mood and relieve your stress with Pinch Me...
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Nancy Rothner was in Shark Tank Season 12 to pitch her stress-relieving therapy dough, the Pinch Me Therapy Dough. Despite being such a simple product, Pinch Me Therapy Dough already had over $5 million in lifetime sales before the pitch. More importantly, the company was expecting $1.2 million in sales despite the COVID-19 pandemic. All of this sounded interesting to the sharks even though she was only offering 7% equity in exchange for a $300,000 investment. Eventually, Nancy received multiple offers from Kevin O’Leary, Robert Herjavec, and Daymond John. In the end, Robert Herjavec was her investor of choice after he matched Daymond’s offer of $300,000 for 20% equity. Two years later, here we are trying to give you a Pinch Me Therapy Dough update.

Muff Waders

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Muff Waders was one of the Shark Tank Season 12 products that were not fortunate enough to get a deal after Taylor Ness and Garret Lamp pitched their product, which are overalls that store beer. The unique product was definitely eye-catching and even got a few laughs from the sharks. More importantly, the sharks were amused after finding out that Muff Waders had earned $54,000 in sales in just a few months. In addition to this, Muff Waders was working on another product, Muff Spenders, which makes it easier to attach a beer to your suspenders. Despite making the sharks laugh, Taylor and Garret didn’t get the $25,000 investment (in exchange for 25% equity) that they were asking for. This is our Muff Waders update.

Busy Baby Mat

Busy Baby Silicone Placemat - Built-in Suction Cups - 4 Toy Tethers for Babies Toddlers and Kids - Food Grade Silicone - 8.5 x 11 in - Comes with Travel Sleeve - Dishwasher Safe - Spearmint
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Beth Fynbo and Busy Baby Mat were in Shark Tank Season 12 to try and ask for $250,00 in exchange for a 5% equity stake in the company. The no-slip silicone placement is a solution for babies that can’t just seem to focus on one thing. With two patents and sales of nearly $1 million, Busy Baby Mat was all but guaranteed to get a deal but it didn’t. Lori Greiner offered to invest $250,000 in Busy Baby Mat for 20% equity and even lowered it to 18%. Unfortunately, Beth wasn’t willing to give up more than 15% equity, which led to her walking out of Shark Tank without a deal. Here is our Busy Baby Mat update for you to find out what the company is up to these days.

Episode 17

Misfit Foods

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Phil Wong and his half-meat, half-vegetable sausage company, Misfit Foods, was part of Shark Tank Season 12. As part of his pitch, Phil revealed that his halfway alternative for meat eaters who did not want to go full vegan was on its way to selling $1.2 million worth of sausage in its first full year in business. Obviously, the numbers made a lot of sense that the two sharks worked together to give Phil a deal. After coming in to ask for a $250,000 investment for a 5% equity stake in Misfit Foods, Phil walked away with a deal with Daniel Lubetzky and Mark Cuban for $300,000 for 15% equity.  Our Misfit Foods update is here to let you know how Phil is doing right now.

Chill Systems

Chill Systems Adventure Pack - Insulated Hydration Backpack for Hikes, Festivals & More - Compatible with 2L or 3L Bladders
  • VERSATILE APPLICATIONS: The Adventure Pack is a versatile cooling system...
  • LONG COOLING DURATION: The insulated construction keeps your liquids cold....
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Chase Mitchell and Brian Bloch brought their lightweight, ice-free drink cooler, Chill Systems, into the shark tank in Shark Tank Season 12. The product actually had a sizable amount of sales at the time at $111,000 in over two years. Unfortunately, the sharks just weren’t sold on the future of the company. In particular, the sharks wondered if the “cooler” (get it?) way of keeping drinks cold is the way to go. To make matters worse, the products didn’t have that large of a profit margin. As a result, Chase and Brian failed to secure the $150,000 investment in exchange for 15% equity that they needed for the company. You can read more about the company in your Chill Systems update here.

Tandem Boogie

TANDM SURF As Seen on Shark Tank Tandem Inflatable Bodyboard with Camera Mount and Multiple Handles.
  • Inflatable Tandem Bodyboard technology allows easy transport and storage.
  • Share the joy of catching and surfing waves, sledding down snowy hills or...
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The Clark Family was present on Shark Tank Season 12 to pitch the Tandem Boogie. The family-owned business sells two-people-sized boogie boards for $459 and had already sold $43,000 worth of the product at the time. With a $1 million valuation based on the $100,000 investment ask for 10% equity, the Tandem Boogie was relatively unproven. Still, Robert Herjavec and Daniel Lubetzky saw enough to put money into Tandem Boogie. At the end of the pitch, Robert and Daniel ended up owning 35% of Tandem Boogie for only $100,000. How is their investment doing these days? Read our Tandem Boogie update to find out.

Totes Babies

Totes Babies - Car Seat Carrier for Shopping Carts, Allows Babies, Newborns, Infants and Toddlers to Stay Snug or Sleeping in Car Seat While Parents Shop, As Seen on Shark Tank
  • CREATED BY A MOTHER FOR MOMS AND DADS: Shopping with your baby made easy...
  • INNOVATIVE DESIGN: We know you cannot hassle with a complicated contraption...
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Lindsey Fleischhauer and Stan Valius were given a chance to present Totes Babies in Shark Tank Season 12. With over $200,000 in sales already at the time, Lindsey and Stan were confident enough to put up a 10% equity stake in Totes Babies in exchange for a $100,000 investment in the company. Their pitch and the product were enough to generate interest from Daniel Lubetzky, Robert Herjavec, and Lori Greiner. At the end of the day, Lori won out with her $100,000 investment in exchange for 25% equity despite the option to get both Robert and Daniel for a lower equity ask of 22%. Was the risk of getting Lori over Robert and Daniel worth it? Check out our Totes Babies update to see if their decision was right.

Episode 18

Numilk

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Joe Savino and Ari Tolwin had the privilege of landing one of the biggest deals in Shark Tank history in Season 12. The company, Numilk, makes plant-based milk machines that sell the milk for a total of $5.99 each, $2 for a reusable bottle and $3.99 for a refill. Initially, the company started slow, making only $40,000 in 2018. However, by the time they were expecting business to boom, COVID-19 hit. Despite the grim situation, Joe and Ari Tolwin still believed that Numilk was worth, at the time, $20 million as they asked for a $1 million investment in exchange for a 5% equity stake. In the end, Mark Cuban put up $1 million as an investment in exchange for 7% equity and 3% advisory shares while adding $1 million more as an optional loan at 3% interest. How is this megalodon-sized deal doing right now? Make sure to read our Numilk update.

HairyGrabster

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Patty Watne and Andy pitched HaryGrabster in Shark Tank Season 12 and got a lot of tough love in return. The loose hair remover was far from a proven product when Patty and Andy came on the tank. The business had only sold $600 worth of product at the time despite having a sizable markup. To make matters worse, HairyGrabster had around 5,000 units in storage just wasting away. Just as the market was cold on HairyGrabster, so too were the sharks. HairyGrabster failed to secure the $75,000 for 20% equity that it needed. Go ahead and read our HairyGrabster update to find out if Andy and Patty ever found a way to solve the remaining products.

Mad Rabbit Tattoo

Mad Rabbit Tattoo is a tattoo aftercare cream that appeared in Shark Tank Season 12. Despite being one of the newer Season 12 products, Mad Rabbit Tattoo had already sold nearly $2 million in just 8 months after doing $400,000 the year prior. In fact, Mad Rabbit Tattoo’s sales were up to $300,000 in the last 30 days. Because of the impressive numbers, Oliver Zak and Selom Agbitor had no problem getting the $500,000 investment the company needed. Mark Cuban willingly put up the cash in exchange for 12% equity, instead of the 5% ask, and Mad Rabbit Tattoo had just secured the biggest shark of them all. Now, if you’re wondering how Mad Rabbit Tattoo is doing these days, don’t worry. You can find out all of that in our Mad Rabbit Tattoo update.

Bunch Bikes

Aaron Powell founded Bunch Bikes in 2017 and got a chance to pitch it in front of the sharks in Shark Tank Season 12 in 2020. In between, Bunch Bikes had already done $2.7 million in sales, which makes it quite successful. So, Aaron was definitely within the right to ask for a $250,000 investment and put up only 10% equity in exchange. However, the sharks weren’t quite impressed with Aaron’s current problems with the bikes: logistics and cost. Despite the issues, Barbara Corcoran still saw enough to invest in Bunch Bikes. At the end of the pitch, Barbara had gotten herself a 15% equity stake in Bunch Bikes for a $100,000 investment and an additional $150,000 in funding as a loan. How is the electric cargo bike going right now? Read our Bunch Bikes update to find out.

Episode 19

StepNPull

StepNpull Hands Free Door Opener (Silver, 4 Count)
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The company’s co-founder, Mike Sewell, was in Shark Tank Season 12 to pitch StepNPull, a hands-free door opened. This is one of the Season 12 products that boomed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and they reached $1.7 million in sales in March 2020. As a high-volume product, you can expect Kevin O’Leary to want to get first dibs on it, and that he did. After asking the sharks for $300,000 in exchange for 3% equity, Kevin gave Mike a straight-up equity deal. Of course, since this is Kevin we are talking about, he initially tried to offer Mike a royalty deal before settling for just a 6% equity stake in StepNPull. So, how is StepNPull doing these days in a mostly COVID-free world? We’ve got just the StepNPull update for you.

DynoSafe

Shark Tank Season 12 products

DynoSafe is a patented temperature-controller porch safe that appeared in Shark Tank Season 12. Although the idea of the product was intriguing, especially the patent, the sharks weren’t interested in the company itself. Robert Herjavec and Kevin O’Leary, in particular, were interested in the patent. However, after much negotiation with the founders, Eric and Rebecca Romanucci, Robert gave them a favorable offer. The two came in asking for a $150,000 investment for 15% equity, which Robert gave albeit after increasing the equity ask to 25%. Also, Robert stipulated that he had full control over the Board of Directors that he will instate in DynoSafe. How is one of Shark Tank‘s more interesting Season 12 products doing these days? Check out our DynoSafe update to find out.

Probiotic Maker

Meerick Maxfield thought that he had a winner with his product, Probiotic Maker, in Shark Tank Season 12. As the name suggests, Probiotic Maker lets homeowners culture and create their own yogurt at home overnight. Merrick explained that he needed $150,000 in investment and he was willing to give up 7% equity to help Probiotic Maker become a more successful product. Unfortunately, the father of eight failed to land a deal. The sharks were very skeptical about the product, specifically if it was safe and if it will continue to be successful. Because of the many reservations, we’re no doubt you’re curious to find out about what happened to Probiotic Maker. Don’t worry, our Probiotic Maker update has got you covered.

Phoozy Phone Protector

Josh Inglis brought his professional NASCAR racer buddy, Kevin Conway, to try and get the sharks to invest in Phoozy Phone Protector, a thermal and drop-safe cover for mobile devices. The founders were looking to see if the sharks were willing to put in $500,000 of their money in exchange for a 10% equity stake. At the time, the company had already sold over $2.2 million worth of product, so you can guess what comes next. In a rare moment, the founders actually gave up less equity than they were willing to give. Instead of giving up 10% equity, Kevin and Josh only had to give Lori Greiner and Robert Herjavec 8% equity for their $500,000. Find out how Lori and Robert’s investment is doing now in our Phoozy Phone Protector update.

Episode 20

OpulenceMD

Dr. Anika S. Goodwin, MD, was a board-certified ophthalmologist who came up with the idea for safe and glue-free magnetic eyelashes, which resulted in OpulenceMD Beauty. She was in Shark Tank Season 12 to ask the sharks for a $75,000 investment in exchange for 5% equity in her company. Unfortunately, Kendra Scott felt that the equity being offered on the table was way too low. After much negotiation, Kendra managed to convince Anika to up the equity stake available to 20% equity and she put in $100,000 to seal the deal. Don’t forget to read our OpulenceMD update to find out how well the company is doing these days.

The Cheese Chopper

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Tate Koenig presented the patent-pending product, Cheese Chopper, in Shark Tank Season 12. At the time, Tate revealed that he’d received $125,000 worth of orders through his Kickstarter campaign. But, this wasn’t enough to impress the sharks, including the guest shark, Kendra Scott. In the end, no shark even made an attempt to offer Tate a deal after he came in asking for $75,000 for 10% equity. Of course, just because a product didn’t get a deal in Shark Tank, this doesn’t mean that it failed. Find out if Cheese Chopper sank or swam in our Cheese Chopper update.

The Matte

Melissa Clayton is a Massachusetts native who created The Matte, a compact and foldable working area for makeup and more. The sleek and foldable surface was actually selling well at the time of her pitch in Shark Tank Season 12. According to Melissa, The Matte already made $20,000 in sales in just 30 days. But, Melissa believes that she needed help to make sure that The Matte got as big as it could be. To that end, Melissa got help from Lori Greiner. The Queen of QVC gave Melissa a very firm offer of $100,000 for 33.3% equity, which she accepted after pausing for a bit. How big has The Matte grown since then? You’ll find out if you read our The Matte update.

FurZapper

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In Shark Tank Season 12, FurZapper was presented by entrepreneurs, Harry Levin and Michael Sweigar. The company sells an eco-friendly product that removes pet hair from clothes, which, at the time of its pitch, was already doing well. FurZapper was on track to sell $5 million worth of product. In fact, FurZapper was so successful that the sharks doubted that Harry and Michael needed their help. But, according to the founders, they weren’t there for the exposure. Instead, FurZapper needed an infusion of $600,000 in exchange for 10% equity so that they can make even more money by moving the production in-house. As a result of their honesty, Lori Greiner put in $600,000 of her money as well as an optional line of credit and got a 15% equity stake in return. Has FurZapper used Lori’s money as promised? Let’s find out in our FurZapper update.

Episode 21

Truffle Shuffle

TRUFFLE SHUFFLE Balinese Truffle Salt, Handcrafted Sea Salt, French Black Summer Truffles, 1.5oz
  • As seen on Shark Tank - *Read Those Rave Reviews!* REAL FRENCH TRUFFLES -...
  • FAMILY-FARMED NATURAL SEA SALT - We source all of our salt from Wernie's...
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Truffle Shuffle founders Jason McKinney and Tyler Vorce were lucky enough to get a chance to present their pitch on Shark Tank during Season 12. Truffle Shuffle is a company that supplies high-quality truffles to restaurants while also doing virtual cooking classes on the side to adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic. Jason and Tyler asked the sharks $500,000 for 5% equity to invest in the fledgling business. After much negotiation, Mark Cuban put in $501,000 for 18% equity with the promise of using his technology background to improve the virtual classes and their quality. Did Mark’s investment in Truffle Shuffle pan out or flame out? We’ll let you know in our Truffle Shuffle update.

Suds2Go

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Gabe Trevizo and Cindy invested a portable handwashing device, Suds2Go, and funded it in Kickstarted in 2018. Two years later, Suds2Go had become a booming business. This gave Cindy and Gabe the confidence that they needed to ask the sharks for a $200,000 investment in exchange for 10% equity. This put the company’s valuation at a whopping $2 million. But, with reasonable sales to back Suds2Go up, Robert Herjavec decided to take a chance after everybody else went out. Robert gave Gabe and Cindy $200,000 and got 15% equity in return. How much more has Suds2Go made for Robert since? You can read our Suds2Go update if you want to know.

Salad Sling

Jill Visit is a professional designer by trade and an entrepreneur at heart. Jill headed to the Shark Tank in Season 12 to propose Salad Sling, a patented microfiber cloth designed to make drying sales easier and faster compared to conventional salad spinners. Unfortunately, none of the sharks thought that the Salad Sling was a product worth investing in. After asking for a $100,000 investment in exchange for 20% in equity, Jill walked away with nothing. Does this mean that Salad Sling is no more? You’ll have to read our Salad Sling update if you want to find out.

LARQ

Justin Wang came in Shark Tank Season 12 to pitch one of the most high-value businesses in Shark Tank history. Justin valued LARQ at $50 million as he asked the sharks for $500,000 for 1% equity. Naturally, the sharks couldn’t help but point this out. But, Justin had the numbers to back his astronomical valuation. According to Justin, the business was poised to make $14 million in sales in 2021 and had more than $6.5 million in the bank already. More importantly, LARQ donates 1% of all its revenue to charities around the globe to provide clean water. After a bidding war between multiple sharks, Justin found willing investors in Lori Greiner and Kevin O’Leary for $1,000,000 for 4% equity. Our LARQ update will fill you in on everything you need to know about what has happened to LARQ since.

Episode 22

Jiggy Puzzles

Kaylin Marcotte is a New York City native with creative dreams. Kaylin came in Shark Tank Season 12 to pitch Jiggy Puzzles, which sells unique jigsaw puzzles with a social cause. According to Kaylin, she donates a portion of every sale to other fledgling artists from around the globe. Initially, Kaylin wanted a shark to put in $500,000 for 5% equity. However, after receiving an offer from Kevin O’Leary, Kaylin appeared to have her eyes set on Mark Cuban. Thankfully, the NBA team owner was more than happy to indulge her. Mark eventually gave Kaylin $500,000 in investment in exchange for 15% equity while agreeing to agree on all non-profit donations that the company made in 2020. Let’s find out how Jiggy Puzzles is changing the world in our Jiggy Puzzles update.

The Scrubbie

The Scrubbie is a kitchen cleaning device that can connect to garden hoses and kitchen sinks. Founders Matt Hosey, Jeff Dakin, and Tyler Kessler entered Shark Tank Season 12 asking for $100,000 in exchange for 10% of their company. Unfortunately, none of the sharks seemed interested and the trio walked away without a deal. Find out how they’re doing now in our The Scrubbie update.

The Bumbling Bee

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Cassandra and India Ayala had the idea for a vegan fast-food company, The Bumbling Bee, and pitched it to the sharks in Shark Tank Season 12. In fact, it was more than an idea. The Bumbling Bee already had two brick-and-mortar locations with several food trucks when they appeared. Unfortunately, the sharks just weren’t sold on the idea that The Bumbling Bee after not hearing anything that made it seem like the company was different. Because it wasn’t proprietary in any way, the sharks passed on their $150,000 ask for 10% equity. Did The Bumbling Bee survive the rejection? You’ll find the answer to that question and more in our The Bumbling Bee update.

XTorch

Gene and Keidy Palusky came in Shark Tank Season 12 to pitch XTorch, a solar-powered flashlight. After putting in $300,000 to start the business in 2015, Gene and Keidy needed $150,000 for 10% equity as well as help to drive more direct-to-consumer sales for their company. Unfortunately, none of the sharks showed any interest. But, Robert Herjavec did want to buy XTorch for $500,000. When Gene and Keidy countered for $1 million, Robert balked, and off they went. Is Xtorch still around these days? You’ll have to read our XTorch update for more information.

Episode 23

GRIND

Shark Tank Season 12 products

NBA hopeful, Thomas Fields, was in Shark Tank Season 12 to help others live out their hoop dreams with his company, GRIND Inc. The company’s first product was a portable basketball shooting machine that makes it easier for players who want to get their shots up without someone helping them. After selling $215,000 worth of the product in pre-sales in just five months, Fields was looking for someone willing to put in $250,000 for 5% equity. While Fields had to give up more to get an investor, he did find two. Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran invested $250,000 for a 25% equity stake in Fields’ business. Don’t forget to read our GRIND update to know more about the company.

Creation Nation

NO-BAKE ENERGY BITE MIX ~ Makes 24 delicious ENERGY BALLS, BITES, COOKIES. "Oat Chocolate Chip" is Gluten Free, Vegan, Soy Free, Coffee Free. Easy, fun, no baking
  • As Seen On Shark Tank! Empowered snacks, delicious fun. No-bake Energy...
  • NO-BAKE & MINUTES TO MAKE delicious protein balls & energy bites, made your...
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Karen Nation founded Creation Nation, which sells a line of protein mixes that are perfect for no-bake treats at home. Karen needed $300,000 and was willing to give 12% equity to the shark who would invest in her company. Unfortunately, because Karen failed to answer all their questions about how profitable Creation Nation was, she ended up walking away without an investor. Did Karen learn from her experience on Shark Tank to make Creation Nation a booming business? We’ll tell you more about it in our Creation Nation update.

SneakERASERS

SneakERASERS™ Instant Sole and Sneaker Cleaner, Premium Dual-Sided Sponge for Cleaning & Whitening Shoe Soles (10 Pack)
  • Instant Sneaker Cleaner - Make pesky scuff marks and dirt stains instantly...
  • Instant Sneaker Cleaner - Make pesky scuff marks and dirt stains instantly...
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Chris Pavlica and Kevin Console were in Shark Tank Season 12 with the patent-pending dual-sided shoe-cleaning sponge, SneakERASERS, to ask for a $200,000 investment in exchange for 8% equity. Chris and Kevin revealed in their pitch that they’d already sold more than $1.1 million worth of SneakERASERS at the time of their episode. Also, SneakERASERS was poised to close the year with close to $2 million in sales. Because of the encouraging numbers and the presentation, SneakERASERS got a deal from Alex Rodriguez and Lori Greiner. The two partnered to put up $200,000 and got 20% equity in return. Has SneakERASERS erased all doubters and given Alex as well as Lori their money’s worth? We’ve written a SneakERASERS update for you to find out.

BEERMKR

BEERMKR: Automated All-Grain Beer Brewing Machine + BEERTAP. Easy Setup. Custom Craft Beer Maker.
  • EASY TO USE: Setup takes just 5-minutes and you’re brewing! Our 3-tiered...
  • FULLY AUTOMATED GRAIN-TO-GLASS: BEERMKR handles the ENTIRE brewingprocess....
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Aaron Walls and Brett Vegas are Cornell University students working on their MBA and wanted to see if a shark would help them out with $500,000 investment for a 2% equity in their company, BEERMKR. This Season 12 product is an all-in-home home beer brewing system, which, actually sounded like a good idea. Unfortunately, the sharks didn’t really see it as an investible business because of the high equity ask. Also, BEERMKR was relatively unproven since it “only” had 1,000 orders from Kickstarter and needed more money than its existing $400,000 in funding. The good news is Aaron and Brett were able to walk away from a royalty deal from Kevin O’Leary. Was BEERMKR in the right to say no to Mr. Wonderful? Find out more about BEERMKR in our BEERMKR update.

Episode 24

Pluto Pillow

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Susana Saeliu and Kevin Li were in Shark Tank Season 12 to seek a shark who would like to put in $400,000 of their own money to own a 5% equity stake in Pluto Pillow. The customizable pillow hit the market in 2018 and used a data-driven approach to give consumers the perfect pillow. Unfortunately, the sharks found the product too cumbersome. Even though Pluto Pillow was closing in on half a million in sales for 2020 alone, the sharks just didn’t like the logistics. The price to ship and manufacture each pillow meant that Kevin and Susana were fighting an uphill battle. The only one to try and join them in their fight was Robert Herjavec, who offered $400,000 for 20% equity. Because they did not want to give up that much equity, Susana and Kevin declined. Has Kevin and Susana finally broken through with Pluto Pillow? Here’s our Pluto Pillow update for those who are curious.

Fling Golf

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John Pruellage and Alex Van Allen went on Shark Tank Season 12 to promote a new sport and business, Fling Golf. The brand new pastime was a hybrid of golf and lacrosse. Surprisingly, John and Alex appear to have been on to something as they were already making almost $150,000 halfway through 2020. To expand Fling Golf, John and Alex wanted $300,000 and offered a 10% equity stake. Alex and John didn’t quite get the deal that they wanted as Daniel Lubetzky wanted more at 25% equity. But, at the end of the day, a deal was struck and Fling Golf got a $300,000 cash infusion. How did Fling Golf put that to use? We’ve got our Fling Golf update right here if you’d like to know.

Float ‘N’ Grill

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Mikey Bashawaty and Jeremy Quillico founded Float ‘N’ Grill, which, as the name suggests, is literally just a floating grill. While this was one of the viral Season 12 products, it was far from a commercial success. According to the founders, Float ‘N’ Grill only had $20,000 in sales despite being on the market for years. As a result, the sharks weren’t too happy about it, especially since they were asking $200,000 for 20% equity. This means that Mikey and Jeremy thought that Float ‘N’ Grill was worth $1 million at the time. Lucky for the founders, Daniel Lubetzky was feeling generous. Daniel ended up giving Float ‘N’ Grill a $100,000 cash infusion for 22.5% equity as well as a $100,000 loan at 7% interest as well as 50% on all potential licensing deals. How has this rather creative investment panned out for Daniel? Make sure that you read our Float ‘N’ Grill update to find out.

The Original Stretchlace

Jamie and David Montz came into the Shark Tank in Season 12 with a solution to shoe laces by turning them into a slip-on using The Original Stretchlace. The married couple wanted to find a willing partner to invest $100,000 for 15% equity to help them make the business more profitable. At the time, The Original Stretchlace was successful enough that Jamie resigned from Amazon to run The Original Stretchlace full time. Because of their numbers, some of the sharks were impressed. Robert Herjavec, in particular, called Jamie a “20-year Amazon goddess.” But, while the product did get some praise, it almost ended up not getting a deal. Thankfully, Robert Herjavec made a last-minute offer of $100,000 for 33.3% equity, which Jamie and David negotiated down to 30%. Our The Original Stretchlace update will fill you in on what’s happening with the company right now.

Episode 25

Dino Don

Shark Tank Season 12 products

Don Lessem and Valerie Jones came to Shark Tank in Season 12 to ask for a $500,000 investment for 25% equity in Dino Don, a company that sells life-sized dinosaur animatronics. As revealed during the presentation, Dino Don was founded by the guy behind the life-like animatronics used in Jurassic Park, among others. Due to his pedigree and because dinosaurs are awesome, it didn’t take long for Don and Valerie to get a deal. Mark Cuban put up $500,000 of his money for a 25% equity stake in Dino Don. After putting in the work to help Dino Don grow, is the company now in a much better place because of Mark Cuban? You’ll have to read our Dino Don update if you’d like to know.

Copper Cow Coffee

Copper Cow Coffee Vietnamese Pour Over Coffee Filters – Single-Serve and All-Natural Pre-Filled Coffee Filters | Salted Caramel & Lavender… (Lavender Latte)
  • CONTAINS – 5 Lavender Coffees + 5 Sweetened Condensed Milk Creamers. You...
  • CAFE QUALITY AT HOME - Become your own barista and brew your coffee shop...
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Copper Cow Coffee, a company by Debbie Wei Mullin, was part of Shark Tank Season 12. The Vietnamese coffee business is easily one of the most “expensive” companies to come into Shark Tank. When Debbie made her presentation, she valued the company at $15 million. Luckily, she had the sales to back her demands up. Mark Cuban and Robert Herjavec both saw potential in Copper Cow Coffee. However, it was Robert who made the investment. In the end, Robert’s reworked offer for Debbie and Copper Cow Coffee was for $600,000 for a 5.5% equity stake as well as 1.5% in advisory shares. Was Copper Cow Coffee worth it for Robert? We’ve got a Copper Cow Coffee update for those with the more curious minds.

Lit Handlers

Lit Handlers Tumbler Holder - Machine-Washable & Water-Resistant Neoprene Cup Sleeve - Built-in Handle & Lip Balm Pocket - 30-38 oz Beer Cans, Blender Bottles, & Ice Shakers (Watercolor Le...
  • The Stylish Tumbler Protector for All: Bring your favorite drink at work...
  • Keep Your Small Essentials Near: Keep your favorite lip gloss within reach...
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Destiny Padgett’s company, Lit Handlers, was in Shark Tank Season 12 asking for a $200,000 investment in exchange for a 10% equity for the drink koozie business. Lit Handlers had $630,000 in sales during the time of the presentation as the company closed in on doing $800,000 in sales for the year. As it is a relatively new business, these are good numbers. However, the sharks didn’t circle around the business. In fact, most of them went out because they thought Lit Handlers didn’t help. The only ones to make an offer were Daymond John and Kevin O’Leary. In the end, Daymond won the shark fight after crossing Mr. Wonderful to put in $200,000 for 20% equity. Was this all worth it for Daymond John? Read on more in our Lit Handlers update to find out.

Super Potty

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Chris Guerrera and Jidy Abrahams pitched the last of the Shark Tank Season 12 products to ask the sharks if they’d like to invest $300,000 for 10% equity in Super Potty. The creative potty training tool was U.S. made and patented with a pending $1.1 million purchase order from Walmart. However, this deal hadn’t pushed through yet and Super Potty had 55,000 units in inventory just waiting to be shipped and/or sold. After hearing this, the sharks knew that they needed to put in a lot of work to make Super Potty successful. Eventually, Lori Greiner convinced Judy and Chris to give them 50% equity in the company in exchange for a $300,000 investment. After rolling their sleeves up for Super Potty in 2020, let’s find out how the company is doing right now in our Super Potty update.

That’s a wrap on our full list of all Shark Tank Season 12 products and companies. For information on other seasons, be sure to check out our Shark Tank Products hub page!