The Table Tyke Silicone Placemat Update | Shark Tank Season 15

Busy mom and entrepreneur, Berlyn Haughton, pitched her silicone placemat for kids during Shark Tank Season 15. The Table Tyke helps to keep kids safe while dining out or at home. Will any of the sharks be impressed enough to offer Berlyn a deal? Find out in The Table Tyke update and pitch recap!

If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to The Table Tyke after Shark Tank!

Berlyn Haughton appeared on Shark Tank Season 15 but ultimately walked away without a deal from any of the sharks. In terms of The Table Tyke update, the company is still in business and sold out on Amazon shortly after the episode aired.

Shark: Result:
Robert Herjavec  No offer
Barbara Corcoran No offer
Kevin O’Leary No offer
Lori Greiner  No offer
Mark Cuban No offer

Shark Tank’s The Table Tyke Pitch

The Table Tyke Update

  • Entrepreneurs: Berlyn Haughton
  • Business: Silicone placemat for babies and kids
  • Ask: $100,000 for 10% equity
  • Result: No deal
  • Shark: None

Berlyn Haughton was frustrated with taking her baby out to eat, only to have them hit their face on the hard table, or chew on it. That’s why she created The Table Tyke, a silicone table mat.

Keeps Kids Safe
The Table Tyke | Silicone Placemat with Bumper

Unlike other placemats, our patent pending silicone placemat is constructed with a bumper that hugs the table edge to keep wandering teethers protected from harmful germs and also keeps your children safe from getting hurt.

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The Table Tyke is the only silicone table mat with a bumper, which keeps the baby from getting hurt on the table. It also keeps spills in place and gives teething babies something to chew on in between bites at mealtime.

When mealtime is over, you simply roll up the mat and secure it with the attached silicone loops. For cleanup, it can be rinsed off or washed in the dishwasher.

This non-slip mat, isn’t just for snacks, however. It’s also great for other activities, and it even grows with the child.

Aside from Berlyn’s original design, she also offers The Table Tyke XL.

In terms of sales, the company launched at the end of 2020, with $10,000 in sales. In 2021, she did $24,000 in sales, and in 2022, she did just under $100,000.

During the year of filming, in 2023, she’s projecting to finish the year with $200,000 in sales.

In terms of cost, she manufactures it for $4.90 and retails it for $24.99. Further, she’s a one-woman show, however, she does pay an Amazon consultant.

Additionally, she just got into retail less than a year ago, and already has The Table Tyke in 80 boutiques.

Kevin O’Leary likes the product but does not need it personally since his kids are grown and drops out.

Likewise, Mark Cuban feels similarly. Although he thinks that Berlyn has done a great job, he is also out.

Lori Greiner thinks that Berlyn will be fine without an investor. So, she also goes out.

Barbara Corcoran commends Berlyn for her achievements. She also encourages her to keep using social media to drive her sales.

However, she doesn’t think there’s room for an investor, so Barbara ultimately drops out.

Robert Herjavec loves the product, however, he’s concerned about whether or not it’s a one-hit-wonder. Although, he doesn’t see the product making more than a couple million dollars and because there isn’t enough return there, he drops out.

Without any offers from the sharks, Berlyn is forced to leave Shark Tank without a deal.

Does she manage to find success without help from the sharks? Keep reading The Table Tyke update to find out what happened following Shark Tank!

Shark Tank The Table Tyke Update

We have good news to share in The Table Tyke update. The company is still in business, despite not getting a deal, and seems to be doing well.

Berlyn’s products are for sale on Amazon as well as The Table Tyke website. Reviews are great and the product quickly sold out on Amazon after the episode aired. Even better, news will keep spreading now that her episode on Shark Tank has aired.

Even though Berlyn left the show empty-handed, we think this busy mom and entrepreneur has a great product that other moms will love. And who knows, maybe she will manage to surprise the sharks with her success after all!

Once the dust settles, we will circle back for another The Table Tyke update to see how Berlyn is doing.

In the meantime, you can check out our other company updates from Season 15 Episode 11 by following the links below!

For even more on companies and products, be sure to stop by our Season 15 Products Page before you go!

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