Cheap Shark Tank Products

Cheap Shark Tank Products

Cheap Shark Tank products are some of the most popular. Sharks jump at the chance to maximize profit, and viewers are excited to try something they saw on air.

These cheap products are some of the best-performing features on the show.

1. Bombas

Bombas is a shirt, socks, and underwear company that donates one pair of socks for every purchase.

They source the finest merino wool and cotton for their products, backed by a “100% Happiness Guarantee.”

FUBU founder Daymond John invested $200,000 into Bombas. Since 2013, they have donated over 50 million pairs of socks to those in need. Prices start at $13.

2. Luminaid Inflatable Solar Power Lantern

Luminaid lanterns are lightweight, inflatable, and waterproof products that can even float in the water. They have built-in solar panels, and they are powered by the sun.

Luminaid lanterns provide between 3-12 hours of use on a single charge and can be used indoors or outdoors.

Founders Anna Stork and Andrea Sreshta created these lanterns in response to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. The duo also continues to donate its products to communities in need.

While they received offers from all five Sharks, they ultimately went ahead with Mark Cuban. You can buy them for $30.

3. Scrub Daddy

These textured sponges have an ergonomic design that can simultaneously clean both sides of utensils.

Lightweight, ultra-affordable, and with an irresistible smiley-face design, they have been a phenomenal success. Aaron Krause, a manufacturer manager, appeared on the show in 2012. Scrub Daddy was launched with an investment of $200,000 for 20% by Lori Greiner.

They’ve sold more than $209 million. You can find them (and their spin-off, Scrub Mommy) at many big retailers and sell for under $5.

4. Lollacup

Hanna and Mark Lim appeared in season 3 of Shark Tank. Their Lollacup is a sippy cup with a patented valve system and an ergonomic design that helps toddlers transition from bottles to cups.

Mark Cuban invested $100,000 for a 40% stake in the company. Lollacups’ prices start at $16.

5. Stasher Sandwich Bag

Stasher bags are reusable silicone bags used for storage, packing a lunch, or even sous-viding. This plastic-free alternative to packing a lunch is not only good for the environment but also keeps food fresher longer.

The company’s episode aired on Shark Tank in 2017. They received an offer for $400,000 from Mark Cuban. Stasher bags start at $10.

6. Spatty Daddy

The Spatty is a reusable spatula that helps you get every last drop out of a product, whether it’s lotion, shampoo, or peanut butter. The Spatty Daddy is a similar product with a longer handle and a larger size.

Its founder, Cheryl Rigdon, discovered that consumers left as much as 25% of a cosmetics product in the container unused. The company appeared on Shark Tank in 2012.

While Rigdon didn’t receive an offer, Daymond John promised her that he would help her with connections in the beauty industry. The company is now worth more than $4 million.

7. Better Life Cleaning Products

Better Life Cleaning products are the ” green clean, and safe” alternative to conventional cleaning products.

These 100% natural cleaning products were featured in a 2013 Shark Tank episode. Tim Barklage and his wife Nancy started the company after realizing they didn’t recognize most of the ingredients in their cleaning products.

They have a principle of making products so safe you could swallow them, which appeals to households with children and pets. Lori and Paul gave them an offer of $400,000 for 17%.

8. Nerdwax

Nerdwax is a beeswax-based product that keeps your glasses from slipping down your nose. It was featured on Season 8 of Shark Tank.

Don Hejny, an audio engineer, started the company. While working, his glasses kept slipping down his face, and he innovated a solution.

He and his wife initially produced the products with a distributor, but they were defection. They then started making them from home until they appeared on Shark Tank.

The Hejny family went on Shark Tank looking for $80,000 and 20% equity. While they received two offers, they declined both. Since then, they have had an estimated $2 million in revenue.

9. Bottle Bright

This cleaning product is designed to clean the hard-to-reach places in water bottles.

It’s made with biodegradable materials for a safe clean without any chlorine. The company was started by Seth Friedman and Hustin Koehneke from Vermont. They are avid mountain bikers and created these tablets for convenient cleaning while on the go.

The pair went on Shark Tank asking for $75,00 for 15%. They accepted an offer of $75,000 for 33.3% from Lori. Hydrapak eventually bought the company. You can buy a ten-pack of tablets for under $8.

10. Drop Stop Seat Gap Filler

The Drop Stop Seat Gap Filler is a seat gap filler that helps keep items from falling between the cracks of your seats. It’s made from black Neoprene.

This is an excellent product for those who have trouble keeping things organized in their car. The inventors Marc Newburger and Jeffrey Simon are from Los Angeles.

Newburger invented it after dropping his phone and nearly causing an accident. They appeared on a Shark Tank episode in 2013 and received an offer from Lori Greiner for $300,000 in exchange for 20% equity.

They went on to sell more than $24 million in revenue. Also, the Los Angeles Police Department outfitted their patrol cars with them. You can buy them for under $13.

11. SneakERASERS

Former college roommates Chris Pavlica and Kevin Consolo created SneakERASERS as a low-cost and convenient way to freshen up their kicks.

They accepted an offer of 20% for $200,000 from Lori Greiner and Alex Rodriguez. It’s a small, circular sponge that easily cleans scuff marks off shoes. Multipacks retail for less than $10.

Our Final Thoughts

These cheap shark tank products are widely available and affordable. Try some of them out and see what all the buzz is about!