These Are the Best Shark Tank Products You Can Buy on Amazon
Amazon is pairing up with Shark Tank to make it even easier to buy your favorite products that have been featured on the show. The online retail giant is now showcasing select products in its Amazon Launchpad Shark Tank Collection.
Currently, more than 70 of the best products from seasons 1 through 9 that received funding from the Sharks are available. Products from season 10, which is currently airing, will be added in the future.
“For the first time ever, ‘Shark Tank’ has a store on Amazon.com dedicated to helping our entrepreneurs scale their businesses and highlight top products from the show,” said Shark Tank’s Barbara Corcoran in a statement. “We are excited for the Amazon Launchpad Shark Tank Collection to bring products from our entrepreneurs to retail for customers and fans of the series.”
Which Shark Tank products are worth buying?
Dozens of Shark Tank products are now available for purchase on Amazon, from the Fry Wall Splatter Screen to the TurboPUP Complete K9 Meal Replacement Bar. But which are worth your hard-earned money? These are seven of the best Shark Tank products for sale on Amazon, according to reviewers.
Lovepop Cherry Blossom Pop Up Card
This pop-up card in the shape of a cherry blossom tree has more than 300 almost universally positive reviews. The card, which sells for $9.99, is one of the most popular of the company’s 250 designs. The Lovepop team appeared on Shark Tank in 2015 and earned an investment from Kevin O’Leary.
“Without a doubt this is the prettiest card I’ve ever bought,” wrote one reviewer. “Got it for my Grandmother’s 95th birthday & it was such a big hit, she put it on the mantle and won’t take it down.”
Surprise Ride Activity Kits
These hands-on activity kits sell for around $30 and will teach kids about volcanoes, dinosaurs, whales, and more. The sisters behind the company also received funding from Kevin O’Leary. There aren’t a ton of Amazon reviews for the products, but the ones it has received are glowing.
“This kit is amazing. Super well put together, great design, awesome experience as a parent. My kid loved it,” said one reviewer.
This unique bottle opener is made from recycled .50 caliber ammunition and sells for $32. The creator of Bottle Breacher is a Navy veteran, and all the company’s products are made in the U.S. The company received funding from Mark Cuban and Kevin O’Leary in 2014.
“I can’t think of a better gift for vets, gun enthusiasts, friends of NRA, anyone. It is the star of my man cave bar,” wrote one satisfied customer.
For $18.87 you can get a two-pack of these discreet eyeglass holders, so you’ll never misplace your spectacles again. The product has earned 4.6 out of 5 stars from more than 600 reviewers on Amazon.
“These clips are amazing. They’re discreet enough that I don’t look like a goon wearing one on my shirt all day, and when I [hang] my glasses from them I can tie my shoes without spilling them lens-first on the ground,” wrote one purchaser.
If you’ve ever dropped something between the seat and center console of your car, you know how annoying it can be to fish it out. Drop Stop, which was featured on Shark Tank in 2013 and won an investment from Lori Greiner, attaches to the seat belt catch to cover up the seat-to-console gap. The $19.99 item is one of the most popular Shark Tank products on Amazon, with nearly 4,500 reviews and an average rating of 4.6 out of 5.
“I thought it was more of a joke when my husband got this for me for Christmas. Little did I realize it would be one of my most favorite gadgets ever! I don’t know if I realized just how many things went missing in my seat gap. It has really saved a lot of things from disappearing into that black hole,” wrote one reviewer.
If you ever wished you could turn your favorite sweatshirt into a blanket, then the Comfy is for you. It’s an oversized blanket-sweatshirt hybrid that’s perfect for snuggling up on the couch or in front of the fireplace. It sells for $44.99 and was featured on season 9 of the show, winning an investment from Barbara Corcoran.
“To say that it is comfy is more than [an] understatement. It feels like wearing a soft and warm blanket turned into a hoodie … Perfect for lazy Sundays!” wrote one happy customer.
The Mission Belt
The inventors of this no-holes belt won an investment from Daymond John when they appeared on Shark Tank in 2013. The company promises its belt, which sells for between $39.95 and $41.95 on Amazon, won’t stretch or wear over time and will fit better than a traditional belt. The company also uses a portion of every belt sale to fund micro-loans worldwide.
“ I’m pretty lazy when it come[s] to wearing belts and this really makes getting dressed much easier. Stylish and the quality is great,” wrote one purchaser.
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