Entrepreneurs from New York City pitch their eco-friendly cleaning supply company which helps reduce plastic waste, while entrepreneurs from Nashville, Tennessee, introduce a science-based snack bar that blocks the absorption of fat when you eat it. An impressive 10-year old "kidprenuer" and her a mom from Honolulu, Hawaii, pitch her safe and fun baby spoon design that eliminates the long sharp design of a traditional spoon. And an entrepreneur from Alexandria, Virginia, presents his frozen food brand that delivers authentic, plant-based East Mediterranean cuisine while also helping with social change.
A Malaysian immigrant living in Minneapolis, Minnesota, fulfills her American dream by starting her light therapy lamp business. Entrepreneurs from Millford, Connecticut, introduce their portable oxygen in a can. An entrepreneur from Japan, living in Spring Valley, California, pitches her unusual solution to maintaining a youthful appearance. Finally, entrepreneurs from San Jose, California, with a plant-based version of a guilty pleasure make a shocking decision.
Entrepreneurs from Austin, Texas, bring a unique solution to remembering passed loved ones by turning their ashes into diamonds. While entrepreneurs from New York City claim they have redesigned the best version of a men's classic fashion staple. Entrepreneurs from San Diego, California, and Phoenix, Arizona, believe they have a game-changing innovation to wireless charging. And finally, a couple from Everett, Washington, claim to have finally solved the mystery of the missing baby sock.
Entrepreneurs from Malibu, California, have modernized an age-old craft by offering knife sharpening by mail. A mother-daughter duo from Jacksonville, Florida, introduces a simple yet ingenious device that offers relief for all who suffer from bug bites. While an entrepreneur from Western Springs, Illinois, pitches a bathroom product to help block odors before they start. Finally, a Muslim American from Rockville, Maryland, invented a vegan alternative to pork rinds.
A family from Grand Junction, Colorado, introduce their portable product designed to bring all the conveniences of a kitchen to the great outdoors. Entrepreneurs from Wilmington, Delaware, present their mobile solution to help with gadget repair. Meanwhile, entrepreneurs from Denver, Colorado, pitch their stylish and affordable sports design that transforms sneakers into golf shoes. Finally, entrepreneurs from Provo, Utah, invented a product that helps relieve body pain and improve recovery.
A 13-year-old from Gallatin, Tennessee, presents his ingenious improvement to a household gardening tool. An entrepreneur from Bend, Oregon, introduces the Sharks to the relatively unknown, lowest carb nut on the planet with his food product line. While a husband and wife duo from Fort Worth, Texas, pitch their safe design, engineered to provide a lifetime of perfect shaves. Finally, a surgeon from Los Angeles, California, presents his formulated immune support pack designed to reduce unnecessary antibiotic use.
An immigrant who once lived in a refugee camp and her husband, who now live in Huntington Beach, California, present their kid's shoe company that is designed to be fashionable and save money; entrepreneurs from Long Lake, Minnesota, introduce their fashion line for customers who want to be twins with their best friends; an entrepreneur from Burbank, California, pitches his kitchen tool which sparks a lively debate among the Sharks regarding peanut butter. Finally, a family of entrepreneurs from Gulf Shores, Alabama, introduces the Sharks to "freak shakes".
An entrepreneur from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is banking on his cutting-edge stem cell technology to save pets from diseases in the future. A native New Yorker, who now lives in Los Angeles, California, introduces her healthier alternative to a traditional style deli meat; while an entrepreneur from Santa Monica, California, hopes his innovative and multifunctional exercise device will become the next multimillion-dollar hit in fitness. Finally, entrepreneurs from Santa Monica, California, introduce a genius innovation in outdoor furniture.
An entrepreneur from Miami Gardens, Florida, presents his patented system that easily helps decorate and set up a Christmas tree in a matter of minutes. Santa and his elves from Murray, Utah, enter the tank with their fun and easy-to-attach body decor, while an entrepreneur from Stowe, Vermont, presents his web rental service that ships outdoor gear and apparel directly to you, wherever and whenever adventure strikes. Finally, an entrepreneur from West Boylston, Massachusetts, introduces his innovative tool to make holiday gift-wrapping easier.
A mother-daughter duo from Atlanta, Georgia, introduce the Sharks to their baby product that makes baby-travel less stressful by helping them sleep more restful. An entrepreneur from Mount Pleasant, Utah, introduces his cold-weather clothing line that keeps you warm, even when wet. While entrepreneurs from Happy Valley, Oregon, hope their portable transportation device will become the next multimillion-dollar hit. Finally, an entrepreneur from South Murrysville, Pennsylvania, pitches his genius innovation in window screens.
A 13-year-old entrepreneur from Bentonville, Arkansas, introduces the Sharks to her stylish and innovative line of socks that help hold important items close all while giving back. A couple from Miami, Florida, present their all-natural and ethical beauty product line, while a husband and wife duo from Cleveland, Ohio, hope the Sharks will invest in their sexy technological device which will help couples turn missed opportunities into more romance. Finally, an entrepreneur from New York City pitches her vegan alternative to nut butters with her sweet and healthy line of spreads.
An entrepreneur from Redondo Beach, California, introduces the Sharks to his healthy coconut beverage. A husband and wife duo from Eagle, Indiana, present their unique twist to a typical household item, while entrepreneurs from Los Angeles, California, hope the Sharks will invest in their food allergy prevention system for babies. Finally, an entrepreneur from Erie, Colorado, pitches his healthy snack product line using an ancient grain.
A husband and wife duo from Los Angeles, California, pitch their stylish weighted design that adds a constant but comfortable resistance to your workout. Entrepreneurs from Sunset Beach, California, try to get the Sharks to bite on their product that eliminates bland dog food and will get dogs excited to eat; while brothers from Portland, Oregon, seek an investment for their event space that features an American family-favorite game. Finally, entrepreneurs from New York City introduce their multipurpose hair and skin-softening product for the nether regions.
Entrepreneurs from Thousand Oaks, California, are reinventing the toothpaste game with their sustainable teeth-cleaning products, while a mother and son duo from San Francisco, California, introduce their convenient and affordable solution to helping families pack light and travel easier with baby gear. An entrepreneur from Los Angeles, California, enters the tank and presents a healthier version of a decadent treat. Finally, a pair of classmates from New York City pitch their customizable eyewear product line for kids.
Can a mother from Los Angeles, California, recover when the sharks discover the huge amount of money she has spent on her healthier beverage alternative for kids? An entrepreneur from Lakewood, New Jersey, believes he has the next AirBnB, while mothers from San Antonio, Texas, believe they have found the way to maintain peace and calm on car rides with kids. Brothers from Woodbury, Minnesota, present their portable and multifueled outdoor design to help you achieve authentic flavor when cooking a traditional Italian dish.
A stylish and affordable mobile real estate concept; a snack with Indian roots; a portable solution to powering small tech devices; a new way to ensure safety while using tools; an update on apparel company Bombas; Rohan Oza guest judges.
An Italian cuisine business; a fashion line that provides a functional solution to a common problem for babies; a humane pest control solution; a former beauty queen turns one of the biggest issues in farming into a business opportunity.
A group of entrepreneurs from Belleville, New Jersey, introduce their footwear brand dedicated to reinventing the traditional house slipper into your favorite sneaker. A former "Shark Tank" entrepreneur from San Diego, California, returns to the tank, this time pitching his online mentoring program that helps high school students and their parents navigate the college admissions process. An entrepreneur from Los Angeles, California, helps you make your bed in a fraction of the time with her bedding product, while a golfer from Pasadena, California, provides a fresh new twist on sports fashion with his apparel line.
An entrepreneur from Madison, Wisconsin, goes all in on his state's staple food. Can best friends from Los Angeles, California, convince the Sharks to invest in their energy product which keeps people awake and alert on the go? Moms from Evanston, Illinois, try to sell the Sharks on the business of slime with their play-driven environment for kids. Finally, a family of entrepreneurs from Okarche, Oklahoma, pitch their garden product designed to keep homes pest-free without risking harm to those inside.
An entrepreneur from Old Hickory, Tennessee, uses her Southern charm and cooking skills to pitch the Sharks on expanding her fried food empire. A father and daughter duo from Alexandria, Virginia, wheel in their gardening product as they ask the Sharks to help them add to their toolshed of ideas. An entertainer from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, gets the Sharks moving as he showcases his unique approach to exercise classes. Finally, a creative businesswoman from Queens, New York, paints the Sharks a picture of how to grow her service that connects customers with local artists.
A gadget designed to safely and quickly get children in and out of a car; a lower-cost computer for kids; a data-driven approach to skin care; a device created to bring a robot revolution to children's education; Anne Wojcicki guest sharks.
A modern version of a fading men's fashion trend; a far-out textiles brand; a clothing design which helps to comfortably bring dads and their babies closer together; a solution to one of childhood's messiest milestones.
An entrepreneur from Denver, Colorado, has an ingenious line of office products that makes working or learning more functional and eco-friendly. Firefighters from Norfolk, Virginia, believe they have a safety product that will save lives. A pair of entrepreneurs from Westwood, Massachusetts, introduce their healthy take on a favorite childhood drink, while a restaurateur from Los Angeles, California, pitches the Sharks what he believes is the future of restaurants.
A solution to help babies sleep through the night; a personalized body care brand; a plant-based alternative for a favorite comfort food; a stylish version of a comfortable outdoor accessory; Daniel Lubetzky guest judges.