If you’re looking for Shark Tank products on Amazon, you’re in luck: the online retailer now has a dedicated page to highlight the ABC reality series' products. The “As Seen on Shark Tank” page has everything from feline DNA kits to portable campfires. Here are some standouts, all with average reviews of four stars or more.
UnbuckleMe Car Seat Buckle Release Tool
This $14.99 product “eliminates thumb pain and broken nails from unbuckling a child’s car seat” thanks to its patented lever arm, which “reduces the force needed to unbuckle a child’s car seat by more than 50 percent and helps anyone with limited hand strength.”
Spikeball Standard 3 Ball Kit
A sort of mix of volleyball and four square, this game involves two teams of two, who serve and return the ball by bouncing it off the trampoline-like net in the middle. Amazon offers the kit for $59.99.
Hair Ties for Guys
These elastic bands developed by the Longhairs—a “global community for men with long hair”—are advertised to come out “without ripping, tugging, pulling, yanking, or otherwise mutilating your hair.” Each four-pack is $12.
DrainWig Shower Drain Protectors
What to do when all that long hair goes down the drain? Enter DrainWig, a disposable shower drain add-on that catches hair on the way down. A four-pack is currently $11.50 on Amazon.
EggMazing Easter Egg Decorator Kit
EggMazing, currently $20.95, is an Easter egg decorating kit that offers “all the fun without the mess” by swapping dyes for eight non-toxic markers that apply even stripes to eggs when used with the battery-powered spinner.
Rightline Gear Moki Door Step
This pedestal—listed at $44.95—hooks onto car door frames to provide a step stool for anyone wanting to load cargo onto the top of their car.
Radiate Portable Campfire
This portable campfire—made from recycled soy wax and paper briquettes—claims to provide three to five hours of burn time with no smoky smell or embers, and low soot. The standard campfire variety is $28.99, and the eucalyptus-scented option is a dollar more.
Guzzle Buddy Wine Bottle Glass
Why bother pouring wine into a glass when you can drink straight from the source? This $12.99 wine glass attaches to the neck of a wine bottle so you can drink directly from the bottle “without those looks of judgment”…or so the makers claim.
Basepaws Cat DNA Test Kit
While not a breed identifier, Basepaws sends a DNA report that “includes 39 genetic mutations that correspond to 17 feline conditions and diseases” after cat owners buy the $129 kit and send in a cheek swab from their four-legged friend.
Power Practical Luminoodle
The makers of this waterproof USB rope light strip—which ranges from $17.49 to $41.49—say the possibilities are endless: “Put one in your tents for camping, use the magnets to attach to the hood of your car as a car repair light, or throw the Luminoodle in the included rip-stop nylon bag to use as a camping lantern.”