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Shark Tank Season 13 Products
Kin Apparel, the first of the
Uprising Food sells protein-packed bread and chips that are packed with superfoods. Entreprenuers Kristen and William Schumacher asked for $500,000 for 3% equity but left without a deal. For more, check out our Uprising Food update.
Lion Latch is a plastic ring holder that prevents your jewelry from getting lost in a purse or gym bag. Founder Lerin Lockwood asked for $150,000 for 15% equity but left without a deal. For more, check out our Lion Latch update.
Created by fashion-legend Patrick Robinson, Paskho Apparel is a community-made clothing and fashion line. Despite lots of expertise, Patrick left without a deal. For more, check out our Paskho Apparel update.
Songlorious creates personalized songs for any occasion. With prices ranging between $45-$200, you can get a personalized song created by a professional performer for your loved one, work event, birthday party, or any other occasion. Founders Ellen Hodges and Omayya Atout landed a deal with Mark Cuban, Kevin O’Leary, Daymond John, and Peter Jones for $500,000 for 40% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Songlorious update.
MuteMe is one of the Season 13 products that was born out of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s an illuminated mute button that’s designed to help you make sure you know if you’re muted or not on a video or audio call. With a successful Kickstarter, entrepreneurs Parm Dhoot and Tye Davis asked for $200,000 for 10% equity but left without a deal. For more, be sure to check out our MuteMe update.
Proper Good Meals
Proper Good Meals is a meal order service that offers a variety of natural, healthy soups. Founders Christoper and Jennifer Jane were able to secure a deal with Mark Cuban for $400,000 for 20% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Proper Good Meals update.
Long Wharf Supply Co.
Long Wharf Supply Co. is a clothing line made from recycled oyster shells. With a noble social mission, sibling duo Mike and Lauren Lamagna asked for $375,000 for 15% equity, but left without a deal. For more, be sure to check out our Long Wharf Supply Co. update.
Sparketh is an online art education platform for kids and teens. Entrepreneurs Dwayne Walker and Tim Samuel left the tank with a deal from Barbara Corcoran and Daniel Lubetzky of $100,000 for 20% equity, contingent on profit after six months. For more, be sure to check out our Sparketh update.
Oat Haus is an oat butter spread that’s great in shakes, on bread, fruit, and tons of other foods. Despite hazelnut, chocolate, and a host of other flavors and $2.7 million in sales, none of the sharks were interested in Eric Katz, Ali Bonar, and Ari Schraer’s proposal of $375,000 for 5% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Oat Haus update.
One of the more humorous Season 13 products, Flasky Flowers is a gag gift that turns a traditional flower bouquet into a flask. Despite the goofy premise, Ryan and Kelly Moynihan were able to land a deal with Kevin O’Leary, Mark Cuban, and Lori Greiner for $75,000 for 30% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Flasky Flowers update.
IncrEdible Eats makes edible straws and utensils with the goal of ridding the environment of plastic utensils. Founder Dinesh Tadepalli successfully landed a deal with Lori Greiner for $500,000 for 15% equity. For more, be sure to check out our IncrEdible Eats update.
The Magic 5
The Magic 5 creates custom swim goggles that perfectly fit a swimmer’s face. Entrepreneurs Bo Haaber and Rasmus Barfred landed a deal with Robert Herjavec for $1 million for 6.5% equity. For more, be sure to check out our The Magic 5 update.
Tabby is an online dating app built for cat owners. After helping launch a similar service for dog owners, founder Leigh Isaacson wanted to create similar services for cat people. Much to everyone’s surprise, she landed a deal with Kevin O’Leary for $300,000 for 30% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Tabby update.
SoaPen is one of the more innovative Season 13 products and is literally a soap pen that encourages kids to wash their hands by allowing them to draw fun designs with the soap before rinsing it off. This unique idea caught the eye of guest shark Nirav Tolia and founders Amanat Anand and Shubham Issar secured a deal of $100,000 for 10% equity, plus $1/unit until $200,000. For more, be sure to check out our SoaPen update.
54 Thrones is a skincare line of African shea butter, with a social mission of working with women in different African countries. Founder Christina Tegbe was able to secure a deal with Kevin O’Leary and guest shark Nirav Tolia of $250,000 for 17.5% equity. For more, be sure to check out our 54 Thrones update.
Wedfuly is a virtual wedding planning and live-streaming service that aims to allow long-distance friends and family to be a part of your special day from afar. After a successful pitch, founder Caroline Creidenberg received a $200,000% investment for 10% equity from Robert Herjavec. For more, be sure to check out our Wedfuly update.
Wad-Free is a simple device that prevents bed sheets from getting tangled up in the washer and dryer. After convincing Kevin O’Leary to invest, founder Cyndia Bray received a $200,000 investment for 5% equity with a $1.50/unit royalty until $1 million is paid back. For more, be sure to check out our Wad-Free update.
Created by Peter Solimine, Beulr is an online software that allows students and employees to pretend like they’re attending online meetings. This Season 13 product loops footage of the user and automatically logs them into a meeting or class, making it appear like they’re present. Despite making the sharks laugh, Beulr wasn’t able to make a deal. For more, be sure to check out our Beulr update.
Spergo is a clothing line created by teenager Trey Brown. With over $1.8 million in sales by the time he was 15, Trey had big dreams and major plans for his company. Daymond John saw his vision and gave him $300,000 for 20% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Spergo update.
Founded by Emily Castro and Melissa Harrington, Fish Fixe is a seafood delivery service that sends fresh groceries and recipes straight to your door. The partners received a $200,000 investment from Lori Greiner for 25% equity in the company. For more, be sure to check out our Fish Fixe update.
Hello Prenup is an online service that allows newlyweds to quickly and inexpensively create a prenuptial agreement. Created by divorce lawyer and software engineer Julia Rodgers and Sarabeth Jaffe, the two women hoped to take the awkwardness out of prenups. They received a $150,000 investment for 30% equity from Kevin O’Leary and guest shark Nirav Tolia. For more, be sure to check out our Hello Prenup update.
Deux is an edible, vegan cookie dough that’s packed with vitamins and nutrients. It’s perfect for the healthy eater that has a sweet tooth. Seeking $300,000 for 10% equity, founder Sabeena Ladha walked away without a deal, despite $630,000 in sales. For more, be sure to check out our Deux update.
Hidrent is a contracting service for home projects that connects firefighters with neighbors. Founder Dave Heimbuch felt like firemen would be the perfect contractors for home repair jobs, as they’re already trusted members of society. After all, you don’t want to invite a total stranger into your home. Robert Herjavec and Lori Greiner agreed and gave Dave $300,000 for 33.3% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Hidrent update.
Sheets Laundry ClubAmazon product
Sheets Laundry Club creates plastic-free, dissolvable laundry detergent sheets with the goal of reducing plastic waste. With a noble goal and over $2 million dollars in sales, founders Chris Videau and Chris Campbell landed a deal of $500,000 for 8% equity and 2% advisory shares with guest shark Daniel Lubetzky. For more, be sure to check out our Sheets Laundry Club update.
Pink PicassoAmazon product
Paint-by-number kits used to be quite popular in the art world, and Ashley and Brittany Silfies have set out to make them mainstream once again. With tons of kits that can be sent right to your mailbox, Pink Picasso is quickly becoming the go-to source for paint-by-number kits. After securing a deal of $400,000 for 15% equity with Lori Greiner and Daniel Lubetzky, it looks like that dream might become a reality. For more, be sure to check out our Pink Picasso update.
Love & PebbleAmazon product
Love & Pebble is an at-home cryo face mask that combines frozen rollers with frozen fruit masks. Entrepreneurs Paul Tran and Lynda Truong had created a functional product and have close to $1 million in lifetime sales, but none of the sharks were interested in their offer of $150,000 for 10% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Love & Pebble update.
Sweet Bee FarmAmazon product
Zachary and Zoe Johnson and their two kids Kam and Summer are the owners of Sweet Bee Farm, which blends raw honey with superfruits. The Johnsons were able to land a deal of $200,000 for 15% equity with Barbara Corcoran and couldn’t stop buzzing. For more, be sure to check out our Sweet Bee Farm update.
Wendy’s Gnome Shop
With one of the more unique Season 13 products, Wendy Hoffmeister is the gnome queen and the owner of Wendy’s Gnome Shop. She creates and sells custom, decorative holiday gnomes for every holiday imaginable. Despite being in a quirky niche, Daymond John was interested and invested $200,000 into the business for 30% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Wendy’s Gnome Shop update.
Ornament AnchorAmazon product
As serial entrepreneurs, this wasn’t the first time that the Naqvi family had been on
The Real Elf
Tommy Holl, also known as The Real Elf, creates personalized digital “elf-grams” and appears at a variety of holiday parties. Barbara Corcoran was interested in the unique pitch and invested $50,000 in cash and $75,000 as a loan for 35% equity with the agreement that half of the sales goes to a cancer charity. For more, be sure to check out our The Real Elf update.
Santa’s Enchanted MailboxAmazon product
The final of the holiday-themed Season 13 products, Santa’s Enchanted Mailbox is a magical mailbox for sending letters to Santa. Simply drop the letter in the mailbox and shut the door, and the letter will magically be sent straight to Santa in the North Pole. Despite a fun idea none of the sharks were interested in Elisa and Chris Cirri’s offer of 30% equity for $150,000. For more, be sure to check out our Santa’s Enchanted Mailbox update.
Max Pro FitnessAmazon product
Max Pro Fitness is a portable resistant band machine that allows the user to easily work out on the go. Founder Nezar Akeel explained to the sharks that it supports up to 300 pounds of resistance and can be used for a variety of exercises in a variety of locations. This was enough to interest Mark Cuban, who invested $500,000 for 3% equity and 5% advisory shares over the next five years. For more, be sure to check out our Max Pro Fitness update.
Banana LocaAmazon product
Banana Loca is a banana coring and filling tool that combines fruit and your favorite chocolatey spread. While it’s designed to be used with bananas, founders Renee Heath and Bechara Jaouden explained that it can also be used to infuse foods like cucumbers, zucchinis, and even donuts. Mark Cuban and Kevin O’Leary were impressed with the gadget and invested $250,000 for 25% equity and a $3/unit royalty until the investment was recuperated. For more, be sure to check out our Banana Loca update.
Liberate is mindfulness and mental health studio created by Liv Bowser. With a massive library of videos, journaling techniques, and workshop activities, Liv is trying to create a one-stop shop for mindfulness training. She offered 10% equity to the sharks for $200,000 and despite agreeing with her mission, none were willing to invest. For more, be sure to check out our Liberate update.
Created by Hans Dose, Tenikle is a multi-functional suction tripod and mount. With a great product and good margins, Daymond John was interested in helping Hans market the product and invested $200,000 for 30% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Tenikle update.
Entrepreneurs Kevin Choi and Edwin Cho believe they have revolutionized messy snacks with their hands-free finger chopsticks, Snactiv. With one of the more unique
SMART Tire Company
SMART Tire Company has a lofty goal of revolutionizing the tire industry with its high-performance airless tires. Partnering with NASA to use a nickel-titanium hybrid called nitinol, entrepreneurs Brain Yennie and Earl Cole ended up walking out of the tank without an investor for their $500,000 for 2.5% equity offer. For more, be sure to check out our SMART Tire Company update.
Candi is a service that offers users video chats with celebrities. To chat, all you have to do is sign up, pay the rate set by the celebrity, and schedule your call, and in no time you’ll be video chatting with your favorite celebrity! Creators Keithan and Quiante Hendrick were seeking $500,000 for 15% equity but ultimately walked away without a deal. For more, be sure to check out our Candi update.
Black Sands EntertainmentAmazon product
Black Sands Entertainment is a media group that creates culturally diverse comics and animations focused on uplifting black creators and black history. After sharing some of their comics with the sharks, Geiszel Godoy, Manual Godoy, and Teunis De Raat walked away with a $500,000 investment for 30% equity from Kevin Hart and Mark Cuban.
Created by Trever Lambert and John Vadnais, Vabroom is the perfect cross between a vacuum and a broom. It’s lightweight like a broom but is capable of sucking up debris like a vacuum. Even better, it is pressure-activated and keeps you from having to bend down and sweep the debris into a dustpan. With a solid product and pitch, Trever and John walked away with a deal from Kevin O’Leary for $350,000 for 2.5% equity and a $3/unit royalty until $700,000 has been paid back.
Must Love is a line of plant-based vegan ice creams that uses oats and bananas instead of chemicals to create a delicious dessert. Founders Hannah Hong and Mollie Cha are best friends turned entrepreneurs and had already managed to get their product into a handful of grocery stores. However, they were operating at a $400,000 loss and weren’t able to find a shark for their $600,00 for 7.5% equity offer.
Justin Clark and Wyatt Thompson believe that rompers shouldn’t just be for women, and have designed a line of vibrant and fashionable men’s rompers. Despite over $1.1 million in sales and a profitable company, the sharks were still a bit uncertain about the business. Unfortunately, Justin and Wyatt weren’t able to find a shark for the $200,000 for 5% equity offer.
ROW InnovationsAmazon product
Racquel Graham believed she had solved a big problem for pet owners. Her Head Lightz beanie combines beanies and flashlights, allowing dog owners to free up their hands while walking a pet or cleaning up after they use the bathroom. Despite being one of the simpler Season 13 products, the sharks liked her business. Kevin O’Leary and Peter Jones secured a deal of $200,000 for 15% equity, along with a $1 royalty per hat sold until $600,000 had been recouped.
Tania Speaks Organic Skincare
Born out of a desire to escape incessant bullying, Tania Speaks created her line of organic skin and brow solutions that were specifically designed to help tame bushy eyebrows. With year-to-date sales of $1.4 million and a 70% profit margin, it’s no wonder Mark Cuban struck a $400,000 for 15% equity deal with Tania. This is one of the most impressive Season 13 products and entrepreneurs, so be sure to check out our Tania Speaks Organic Skincare update.
TA3 Swimwear is designed to make women feel comfortable in their bodies. With a patent-pending shaping technology, founder Lelia Shams says her swimsuits are designed to cinch your waist and compress your “problem areas.” Despite a great product and profitable business, Lelia wasn’t able to find a shark for her $500,000 for 10% equity offer. For more, be sure to check out our TA3 Swimwear update.
HiccAway is one of the more innovative
Tristen Ikaika is an influencer and ring maker that has created a brand solely around himself. He travels around the world and makes limited edition rings from spoons and other recycled materials. With over half a million in sales from his limited time drops, Kevin O’Leary decided to give this entrepreneur a chance and invested $250,000 for 15% equity in the company. For more, be sure to check out our Tristen Ikaika update.
Entrepreneurs Daniel Sheppard and Andrew Thomas pitched the sharks on their dumbbell converter, Kettle Gryp. Essentially, their device transforms any dumbbell into a kettlebell and can hold up to 55 pounds of weight. Even better, they had $3.6 million in lifetime sales. So, it’s no surprise that Lori Greiner gave them $300,000 for 15% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Kettle Gryp update.
Calm StripsAmazon product
One of the more soothing
The Blowzee is a fun device for kids designed to keep spit off of birthday cake while blowing out candles. As founders Mark Apelt and Mark Lareau explained to the sharks, it’s a great way to celebrate birthdays without passing around germs. However, since they only had $12,000 in sales, none of the sharks were interested in investing $100,000 for 20% equity. For more, be sure to check out our The Blowzee update.
OverEZ Chicken Coop
Chet Beiler is one of the more unique Season 13 entrepreneurs and has had quite an entertaining pitch. His company, OverEZ Chicken Coops sells custom, easy to assemble coops designed for backyards. Additionally, he’d done over $9 million in sales over the last 12 months and was seeking $1 million in exchange for 4% equity to help fund purchase orders. Despite receiving some offers, Chet talked himself out of a deal. For more, be sure to check out our OverEZ Chicken Coop update.
Range Beauty is a makeup and skincare brand for forgotten skin types. Founders Myisha Fantroy and Alicia Scott shared their 21 shades of makeup with the sharks and found two interested in a deal. Lori Greiner and guest shark Emma Grede teamed up to secure a $150,000 for 20% equity deal with Myisha and Alicia. For more, be sure to check out our Range Beauty update.
Regina Criscia was tired of smelling dirty diapers and came up with one of the most creative Season 13 products. Diaper Dust is exactly what it sounds like, a power that controls diaper orders. Despite low sales, Regina’s drive and personality helped her secure a deal with Mark Cuban for $75,000 for 40% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Diaper Dust update.
Boost your energy levels naturally with our Pinole Choco Protein Blend! Made with organic blue corn with vegan-friendly protein and other spices. This gluten-free and sugar-free blend is a great source of complex carbs and antioxidants.
Kate Kung-McIntyre, Eddie Sandoval, and Kyle Offut want to bring the blue corn superfood to America and are doing so with tortillas, cookie dough, and protein balls. Despite having over $700,000 in sales over the past 12 months, Kate, Eddie, and Kyle weren’t able to find a shark for their offer of $300,000 for 10% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Pinole Blue update.
Junobie is a reusable bag for breast milk that prevents spills and saves money. Founder Nikeytha Ramsey was tired of losing “liquid gold” and decided to do something about it. With a great product and sales to back it up, Nikeytha secured a deal with guest shark Emma Grede for $100,000 for 22.5% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Junobie update.
Sarah Moret isn’t a fan of the current deodorants on the market, so she decided to create a line of aluminum-free, skin-safe deodorants. So far, her company, Curie has managed to sell $125,000 worth of deodorants, however, the sharks didn’t seem interested. But at the last minute, she landed a deal with Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran for $300,000 for 12% equity + 2% in advisory shares. For more, be sure to check out our Curie update.
Noggin Boss creates large, promotional hats for sports teams. Sports fans are often known for being passionate, so founders Gabe Cooper and Sean Starner decided to cater to that market. After sharing that they couldn’t fill most of their orders due to inventory issues, Daymond John invested $50,000 for 30% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Noggin Boss update.
Behave Bras is one of the
Ade + Ayo
Ade + Ayo is an affordable African print clothing brand for children that aims to help kids be proud of their culture. Founder Temidayo Adedokun had managed to sell $160,000 worth of clothes in the last 11 months and landed a deal with Barbara Corcoran for $200,000 for 33.3% equity + $500,000 line of credit. For more, be sure to check out our Ade + Ayo update.
Greg Benser and Leslie Hsu set out to make a better beach chair, so they created Sunflow. Their beach chair are portable, lightweight, and have tons of accessories that you need to enjoy your time at the beach. It’s no wonder they landed a deal for $1 million for 5% equity from Kevin O’Leary, but they will be paying a $5 royalty until the investment is recouped. For more, be sure to check out our Sunflow update.
This 5-piece silicone cooking tools set is every chef’s dream come true. Includes the Flipula turner, Pastahhhh scooper/strainer, Spoonula cooking/mixing spoon, Lalaladle scooper, and the Whiskula whisk. With a built-in spatula and/or measurement markings, these 5 innovative utensils will streamline all your cooking and food prep tasks.
Prepdeck is kitchen organization tool with tons of snap on accessories, and integrated cutting bored, and a great storage solution. Founder Alexander Eburne headed to
Ootbox is a company that thrived because of COVID-19. With most of the world having to work from home, Robbie Friedman and Allison Zofan came up with a home office solution. Their portable, temporary outdoor offices are made from shipping container and is a great option for those working from home that don’t want to be stuck in their house. After a successful pitch, they landed a deal with Barbara Corcoran for $300,000 for 10% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Ootbox update.
Do Amore is one of the more luxurious of the Season 13 products and has a great mission. Founder Krish Himmatramka set out to make a line of sustainable, ethically sourced engagement rings that uses its profits to help provide clean drinking water. Guest shark Daniel Lubetzky liked the business and invested $600,000 for 15% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Do Amore update.
Young King Hair Care
Young King Hair Care is a line of hair products for men and boys of color. Created by Stefan and Cora Miller, they’d managed to get yearly sales up to $1.54 million and are looking for a shark to help them take things to the next level. Unfortunately, they weren’t able to find a partner for their ask of $225,000 for 2.5% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Young King update.
Dogs hate fireworks, and some have severe anxiety when it comes to loud noises. This is why Kirsten Brand created Pawnix, noise-canceling headphones for dogs. With over $100,000 in sales, she’s proven that there’s a market for the product. However, none of the sharks were interested in her offer of $150,000 for 10% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Pawnix update.
Dates are a healthy food that not a lot of people in America are used to eating and Diana Jarrar wants to change that. Her company, MagicDates blends dates and nuts and covers them in dark chocolate, making one of the tastiest
Round21 aims to give athletes an artistic platform to share their beliefs and passions with the world through custom sports gear and NFTs. Founded by Jasmine Maietta, her goal is to revolutionize the way athletes express themselves. She walked away with a deal from Kevin O’Leary for $250,000 for 10% equity and 1.5% of every NFT sold. For more, be sure to check out our Round21 update.
Kaycee Jones and Brianne Zborowski believe that they have created the best supportive compression socks on the market. Marketed towards dancers, Kaycee and Brianne had done $4.1 million in lifetime sales and need a shark to help them blow up their business even more. Lori Greiner had interest and made a deal for $300,000 for 20% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Apolla Performance update.
Americans love bacon, maybe a little to much, and Beth Zotter and Amanda Stiles believe they have found the perfect solution—bacon made from seaweed! Despite being pre-revenue, this is one of the most interesting
Conor Lewis is the founder of FORT, magnetic pillow cushions that can easily be turned into a play fort. After raising over $3 million on Kickstarter, Conor needed help bringing his product to market. Unfortunately, he wasn’t able to find a shark for his offer of $500,000 for 10% equity. For more, be sure to check out our FORT update.
No Limbits is an adaptive clothing company for people with disabilities. After realizing that adaptive clothing could make lives easier for people with a disability, Erica Cole set out to solve that problem. With a line of adaptive clothing options, Erica added two sharks to her team. Guest shark Emma Grede and Mark Cuban offered up $100,000 for 10% equity in the company. For more, be sure to check out our No Limbits update.
Les Cookson brought his lucida drawing tool into the tank with a total of $10 million in lifetime sales. The LUCY drawing tool is a modern take on an old device. By looking through a lens, artists can easily trace an object to start on their project. Daymond John was impressed and struck a deal for $300,000 for 15% equity. For more, be sure to check out our LUCIDArt update.
SwiftPaws is one of most successful Season 13 products in the pet niche. With $1.5 million in lifetime sales, Meghan Wolfgram’s lure coursing equipment is becoming a popular item for home and professional use. With a great pitch and product, Lori Greiner gave her a deal for exactly what she asked for—$240,000 for 6% equity. For more, be sure to check out our SwiftPaws update.
BusyBox is a company that was born out of the COVID-19 pandemic. Basically, it’s a busy sign that you can put over your home office so that family members won’t interrupt meetings. That’s not all though, founders Steve Skillings and Conor Smith have ideas for a full line of work-from-home products. Unfortunately, they weren’t able to find a shark interested in their $200,000 for 15% equity offer. For more, be sure to check out our BusyBox update.
Shahira Marei believes she’s got a creative innovation in the glassware market, a cookie shot glass. Not only can it hold all sorts of beverages, but it’s also edible and can be enjoyed afterwards. With $2.6 million in sales, she’s definitely proven that there is a market for her product. Luckily, she made a deal with Robert Herjavec for $500,000 for 25% equity, which will convert to 15% if she hits her goal of $6 million in sales the next calendar year. For more, be sure to check out our Dirty Cookie update.
Cat Amazing is a cat toy that stimulates their brain and keeps them entertained at the same time. As founder Andrey Grigoryev explains to the sharks, the pet toy market is mostly dominated by dog toys, with the cat toy side of things being untapped. That’s part of the reason he got a deal from Lori Greiner for $200,000 for 22% equity, and each agreed to give 5% equity to help shelter cats. For more, be sure to check out our Cat Amazing update.
Potty training isn’t a fun time for parents, and teaching your child to use the toilet can be a stressful and smelly job. To help, Mindy and Brandon Wright created Lil Advents, a potty training chart and game for kids that rewards them for using the toilet. However, with such a niche market, they couldn’t find a shark for their offer of $300,000 for 15% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Lil Advents update.
Home haircuts can go wrong quick if you don’t know what you’re doing, all it takes is one bad cut and you’re stuck with a bad haircut for a while. After cutting his hair at home for years, Tony Litwinowica was tired of struggling to cut his hair, so he created HairFin, a measuring tool for cutting hair. His simple product and likable personality got him a deal with Daymond John for $25,000 for 30% equity. For more, be sure to check out our HairFin update.
One of the best
CupBop is a Korean barbecue restaurant that serves BBQ in a cup. With 27 physical locations and $18.7 million in revenue, this is one of the most successful
Ice baths are a core part of an athletic routine, and Michael Garrett and Ryan Duey are trying to change how people take them. Their cold plunge tub uses clean, filtered water for ice therapy to prevent the need to haul ice to the tub. With $4.9 million in sales, Robert Herjavec was interested and made a deal for $1.2 million in cash and $1.2 million as a loan for 12% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Plunge update.
Handy Pan hopes to be the latest, greatest kitchen appliance. Basically, it’s a pan with a built-in strainer, making it easy to make pasta, vegetables, and ground beef. Despite a great product, founders Josh Conway and Adam Chaudry only had $7,900 in sales. Thankfully, Lori Greiner was willing to take a chance on them and made a deal for $10,000 for 20% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Handy Pan update.
Hampton Adams is trying to take over the market with their athletic tape. With $12.2 million in lifetime sales, there is clearly a market for the tape. However, founder Seneca Hampton has had a lot of cashflow issues that scared away the sharks. He wasn’t able to find a deal for his ask of $500,000 for 10% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Hampton Adams update.
Pulp Pantry founder Kaitlin Mogentale is on a mission to reduce food waste. Her company makes vegan snacks that are made from discarded produce pulp, and they taste great! Mark Cuban agreed and she secured a deal of $500,000 for 17% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Pulp Pantry update.
Chloe Mae and Lan Bui are the founders of Kawaii Lightning, which are shaped ring lights for influencers and content creators. One of the Season 13 products that received a boosts from COVID, everyone that worked from home needed a ring light. Barbara Corcoran liked the entrepreneurs and the company, so she made a deal for $100,000 for 22% equity, plus $5/unit royalty until funds are recouped. For more, be sure to check out our Kawaii Lightning update.
Coconut water is a popular drink, but what about cactus water? Kun Yank and Mo Hassoun are on a mission to make cactus water a mainstream drink. With $50,000 a month in sales, they’re well on their way. After making a deal with Barbara Corcoran for $200,000 as a line of credit for 20% equity, things will likely only get better for Kun and Mo. For more, be sure to check out our Pricklee update.
Mika Bertholdo is a hustler, she works hard and has built a brand of hand-painted headbands with adjustable rings. Her followers can’t get enough and she is constantly selling out, doing just under $400,000 in the year of filming. Her company, Ooakshell caught the eye of guest shark Emma Grede, who struck a deal with her of $150,000 for 20% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Ooakshell update.
Devir Kahan and Jon Shanahan set out to make a cosmetics and skincare brand for men. $2 million in sales later, they have a successful company and line of skincare items. Their pitch caught the attention of Robert Herjavec who made a deal at $600,000 for 10% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Stryx update.
Driftline makes board shorts that are lined with wetsuit material to help keep you warm and prevent chafing. Founders Wes Horbatuck and Greg Orfe believe it’s the perfect combination of a wetsuit and board shorts. However, none of the sharks were interested in taking the journey with them, and they couldn’t find a partner for their offer of $100,000 for 10% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Driftline update.
The dogs water bowl market hasn’t changed in a while, and Griffin and Shannon Ross want to change that! Their company, Springer, makes squeezable water bottles with a bowl on top that’s also capable of sucking the water back into the bottle when the dog is done drinking. With $1.7 million in sales, Lori Greiner was interested and made a deal for $400,000 for 10% equity and preferred stock. For more, be sure to check out our Springer update.
Chill-N-Reel helps its customers do exactly what the name says—chill with a beer while they reel in a fish. Founder Chris Diede, Jake Rutledge, and Chase Terell have created one of the more memorable
The Transformation Factory
Alexious Gibson is the founder of The Transformation Factory, which creates a nutritious sea moss jelly. With over $3.5 million in sales and a nice profit margin, he had a few sharks interested. Ultimately, he walked away with a deal from Mark Cuban and Kevin Hart for $600,000 for 20% equity. For more, be sure to check out our The Transformation Factory update.
The Player’s Trunk
The Player’s Trunk is a marketplace for player-licensed college sports gear. With the passing of the NCAA’s NIL, which allows college athletes to make money on their own brands, entrepreneurs Charles Matthews, Austin Pomerantz, Hunter Pomerantz, and Jason Lansing took full advantage. However, despite a successful company, they couldn’t find a shark to bite on their $650,000 for 5% equity offer. For more, be sure to check out our The Player’s Trunk update.
Aqua Boxing Gloves
Tony Adeniran believes he’s got the next big item for boxers, portable training gloves that can be filled with water. Adding water to the gloves allows boxers to travel light but get the most out of their workout with heavier gloves. It’s one of the more interesting Season 13 products, but only has $40,000 in pre-sales, causing the sharks to be a bit weary. As a result, Tony can’t find a shark for his $100,000 for 10% equity offer. For more, be sure to check out our Aqua Boxing Gloves update.
Plant-based foods are a growing market, and Lucan Bradbury is right in the middle of it. His company, Project Pollo is a plant-based chicken restaurant chain with $3 million in sales and eight locations. The business is growing fast and Lucas needs a shark to help him expand to more stores. However, with a rich ask, none of the sharks are interested in his offer of $2.5 million for 5% equity. For more, be sure to check out our Project Pollo update.
Where to Watch
Shark Tank Season 13
Shark Tank Season 13 airs on Friday nights at 7 pm central/8 pm eastern on ABC. Episodes can also be streamed the next day on the ABC website or on Hulu with a basic subscription.
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