The 15 Best-Selling Shark Tank Inventions of all Time

15. Blueland Refillable Cleaning Products

With $160 million in sales, Blueland's eco-friendly, refillable cleaning products have resonated with consumers looking to reduce the waste of 5 billion plastic bottles per year while also avoiding harsh chemicals. While the sharks were shocked by what the entrepreneurs were asking for, Kevin O’Leary eventually bit for $270,000 for 2% of the company plus a $0.50 royalty on every kit sold until he got his money back.

14. Simply Fit Exercise Board

With $174 million in sales, the Simply Fit board’s pitch is making fitness fun, offering a simple yet effective way to improve balance and core strength through twisting motions. Lori Greiner saw the potential for a fitness revolution, investing $125,000 for a 20% stake.

13. PhoneSoap UV Smartphone Cleaning Device

In an era where cleanliness is paramount (boy, they got lucky with the pandemic!), PhoneSoap leads the charge with $187 million in sales. Its UV technology sanitizes phones, killing germs without damaging the device. Lori Greiner's investment of $300,000 for a 10% stake helped propel this health-conscious product to over $46 million in sales.

12. CordaRoy’s Bean-Bag Chairs

These are more than just bean-bag chairs, CordaRoy’s also convert into beds, combining comfort with versatility and space-saving. This innovation has lounged its way to $195 million in sales. Shark Lori Greiner saw the comfort and convenience in this invention, investing $200,000 for a 58% stake.

11. PRx Performance Exercise Equipment Racks

With $200 million in sales, PRx Performance offers home exercise racks that are both space-efficient and effective, catering to the burgeoning home fitness market. The fitness world loves it almost as much as Kevin O’Leary, who invested $80,000 for a 20% equity… plus 20% of all distributions.

10. Squatty Potty Toilet Seats

Making a splash with $260 million in sales, Squatty Potty has changed the way many think about bathroom ergonomics, proving that sometimes, the best innovations are the simplest. Really, it’s just a bench around the toilet… and although some judges laughed, Lori Greiner didn’t hesitate to back this product with a $350,000 investment for a 10% stake.

9. Lovepop 3-D Greeting Cards

These aren't your ordinary cards; Lovepop creates magical, pop-up scenes for every occasion, leading to $304 million in sales. Their intricate designs transform greeting cards into keepsakes... Not just something you throw out while seeing if there’s some cash or a lottery ticket in there! Kevin O'Leary was enchanted, investing $300,000 for a 15% stake.

8. Tipsy Elves "Ugly" Christmas Sweaters

With $317 million in sales, Tipsy Elves has turned the concept of the "ugly" Christmas sweater into a fun, festive fashion statement, proving that a little humor goes a long way. They’ve also expanded beyond the Christmas sweater. Robert Herjavec saw the fun and potential, investing $100,000 for a 10% stake.

7. Dude Wipes

Breaking into the top 15 with $341 million in sales, Dude Wipes offers a line of wipes specifically marketed to men. Their practicality and no-nonsense approach to personal hygiene have made them a hit. Shark Mark Cuban cashed in on this manly hygiene produce, buying a 25% stake for $300,000.

6. The Comfy Wearable Blankets

Cozy meets convenience with The Comfy, leading to $550 million in sales. This blanket that’s also a sweatshirt has become a staple for those looking to stay warm and comfortable, whether at a sports event or just lazing on their couch. Shark Barbara Corcoran got in on this comfy trend, buying 50% of the company for $50,000. Cha-ching!

5. Cousins Maine Lobster Food Trucks

Bringing the taste of Maine lobster to the masses, this food truck business has cooked up $585 million in sales. The quality and authenticity of their seafood offerings have made them a standout success. It was also a big win for Shark Barbara Corcoran, who bought a 15% stake in the business for just $55,000.

4. The Bouqs Floral Delivery Service

Revolutionizing the way we gift flowers, The Bouqs has blossomed to $640 million in sales. Their farm-to-table model provides fresh, eco-friendly bouquets for every occasion. Although it was rejected on the ‘Shark Tank,’ Robert Herjavec called the owner up to provide flowers for his own wedding… and decided to invest!!

3. Scrub Daddy Sponges

The smiling, versatile sponge has cleaned up with $926 million in sales. Scrub Daddy's ability to adjust its firmness based on water temperature has made it a household favorite for a multitude of cleaning tasks. A bidding war broke out, the inventor walked home with a $200,000 investment and a 20% equity stake deal with Lori Greiner.

2. Everlywell At-home Health Test Kits

Simplifying health testing from the comfort of home, Everlywell has achieved $1.1 billion in sales. Their wide range of tests, from food sensitivity to hormone levels, has made health diagnostics accessible and convenient. It’s also made shark Lori Greiner a pretty penny, after she offered a $1 million line of credit at 8% for a 5% piece of the business.

1. Bombas Socks

With a staggering $1.3 billion in sales, this simple sock company is number one! These aren't just any socks; each pair sold means a pair donated to someone in need. The comfort, quality, and charitable mission of Bombas have made it the show's most successful product. It’s great news for the homeless and shark Daymond John, who paid $200,000 for a 17.5% stake.