There's nothing better than kicking back on the sofa and watching a 10-hour Shark Tank marathon in your underwear. Well, maybe a few things are better — eating burritos, finding $100 on the ground — but that's only two! Every other imaginable activity clearly pales in comparison. But if Shark Tank doesn't happen to be on, you can get the same level of entertainment by checking out all the genius products that've been featured on the show.
Bonus to keep one thing in mind while you're scrolling: think of all the independent entrepreneurs you're helping with your purchase and know that it's vetted by The Sharks themselves! Then add whatever it is you're looking at to your cart like I did, of course.
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We hope you find these products as awesome as we do. Just an FYI: We are a participant in the Amazon affiliate program, and Brainjolt may receive a share of sales from links on this page.
This Oversized Hoodie That Feels Like A Soft Blanket
via: AmazonThere's a reason this oversized blanket sweatshirt is called The Comfy — not only is it comfortable (duh), but the inside is lined with super soft sherpa so that it feels like you're wrapped in a cozy blanket. The oversize cut means that one size easily fits all, and since it's warm you can even wear it to outdoor sports games. Grab it in a ton of fun colors, including burgundy, teal, pink, purple, and more.
This Squatty Potty That Isn't Hideous
via: AmazonLet's be honest: most toilet stools are ugly. Who likes having a giant piece of white plastic kicking around their bathroom? Not me, that's for sure — which is why I have a classy squatty potty made from bamboo, like this one. There are rollers on the front where you can massage your feet, as well as a pocket on the side where you can stash your phone. As far as craptacular products go, this one is totally worth it.
A Handy Step That Helps You Get Into Tall Cars
via: AmazonNo one likes having to be half-pulled, half-dragged up and into taller vehicles, which is where this handy step comes in. It hooks onto any door latch on any car so that it's easier to get yourself inside, plus it's made from aircraft-grade aluminum so you don't have to worry about it snapping. Able to hold up to 400 pounds, it's even long enough that you can fit both feet on it.
These Nose Clips That Stop You From Snoring
via: AmazonI usually just throw a few pillows or bricks (if available) whenever my boyfriend starts to snore, but you? Your relationship is healthy, which is why you just give your significant other these nose clips whenever they start to snore. They're made from non-toxic silicone that fits comfortably inside of your nose, plus each order also comes with a hygienic travel case.
This Posture Corrector That's Perfect For Working From Home
via: AmazonEven though it isn't the exact one featured on Shark Tank, this posture corrector can still help get rid of back pain. The fit is adjustable so that you don't have to worry about it being too large or too small, and more than 3,000 reviewers agree that it's worth the money. "I have been wearing it at night around the house and when I watch TV," one writes. "Even the intermittent usage has helped! I find myself correcting my posture throughout the day and surprisingly muscle 'memory' already realizing I am slouching."
These Totally Natural Nuts That Get Your Clothes Squeakin' Clean
via: AmazonYou wouldn't think that a handful of these laundry nuts could get your dirty clothes as clean as soap, but you'd be surprised — not only are they completely natural, but they're also safe for anyone with sensitive skin. They can be reused for more than 100 washes (raise your hand if you love saving money!), plus you can also use them to wash your hands and dishes.
A Padlock That Only Opens With Your Fingerprint
via: AmazonI used to have nightmares about not being able to open my locker in middle school, whereas now it's just an annoying inconvenience — unless you're using this fingerprint lock, of course. It's able to store up to 10 fingerprints so that your entire household can share it, and the rechargeable battery lasts for up to six months. Grab it in four colors: black, navy, grey, or white.
This Dog Paw Cleaner Made With Soft Silicone Bristles
via: AmazonTired of finding muddy paw prints all over your house after the dog trots inside? Just use this BPA-free paw cleaner. All you have to do is add a little water, insert your pup's paw, then twist — the silicone bristles on the inside will cleanse away any dirt or grime, leaving the foot (and your floors) clean. Keep it by your door for after the next hike or backyard play session, or even keep one in the car for the next time you go to the park.
This Upholstery Spray That REALLY Repels Water
via: AmazonNo — like it really repels water. Not "sorta," not "kinda," not "mostly but we're stretching the truth for marketing's sake," this protective upholstery spray is probably the last and only spray you'll need to keep your furniture looking like new. It's formulated without any propellant, fluorochemicals, or PFAS, plus it dries clear without any funky odors.
These Undersoles That Absorb Shock To Protect Your Knees
via: AmazonI would rather do almost anything in the world except for run, which is why when I do run, I put these undersoles in my shoes. Designed to be worn underneath orthotics, they're ultra-thin so that you really can't feel them in your shoes, plus you can easily trim them to fit. I used to wear these in my high heels during nights out, and one reviewer even raved that "After a couple of runs, I felt such a difference in my shins. No shin splints. Would definitely recommend."
A Big Ol' Wall That Keeps You Safe From Splatter
via: AmazonPersonally, I dress up in a suit of armor whenever I have to fry something. But if you don't have a 14th-century suit of armor lying around (just kidding—who doesn't?), you can just use this fry wall to keep yourself safe from hot oil splatter. Or, if frying isn't your thing, you can also use it to make stir fry since it turns your regular pans into a wok. Grab it in three colors: red, orange, or black.
A Simple Learning System That Teaches You The Guitar
via: AmazonCan't read music? Not a problem when you're using the ChordBuddy. Just place it on the neck of your guitar, then press down on the colored buttons — voila! You've just strummed your first chord. The buttons tell you exactly where to put your fingers, and over time you develop muscle memory so that you eventually don't need them anymore. It's designed to fit on any standard guitar, plus each order also comes with a tuner.
This Repair Kit For Small Holes In Your Drywall
via: AmazonWhile it's not the exact kit featured on Shark Tank, this drywall repair patch still has more than 1,000 positive ratings — so really, you can't go wrong. It's designed to work on holes that are 3 inches in diameter or smaller, and it comes with all the tools you'll need to get the job done. But the best part? It's completely set and ready to paint in just 30 minutes.
A Starter Kit For Brewing Kombucha At Home
via: AmazonEver tried kombucha? It's something like this... ...a little surprising at first, then surprisingly delicious. It's not always easy to find at the grocery store however, so why not try making your own with this starter kit? The kit comes with everything you need to make up to 1 gallon of kombucha, plus the first batch is guaranteed to work — if not, they'll send you a second batch to ferment for free.
These Magnetic Photo Hangers That Won't Damage Your Walls
via: AmazonI'm now the proud owner of not one, but TWO large holes in my drywall from trying to hang a photo this weekend. Had I just used these magnetic hangers, maybe my walls would be intact — maybe. You can use these hangers on glass, concrete, wood, steel, drywall, and more, plus they won't strip the paint off your walls when it's time to remove them. They're also reusable, which is great if you're tired of opening up junk drawers to find command hooks, but zero strips (me, this is me.)
A Tool Tray That's Conveniently Flexible
via: AmazonRegular metal tool trays can leave scratches where you leave them — but not this one. Made from flexible silicone, this tool tray is durable enough that it won't break under heavy loads, plus the exterior is even slip-resistant. Use it when you're working on delicate machinery like cars, boats, motorcycles, or even televisions.
This Video Doorbell That's Easy To Install
via: AmazonEven though it looks like it'll be needlessly complicated, this video doorbell has a breezy-easy installation process. There's no wiring required since the built-in battery is able to last for up to one full year, and it effortlessly connects to Alexa so you can hear your doorbell throughout your home. The best part? There's even a record function that can save videos for up to 60 days.
A Spin Brush That Powers Through Dirt And Grime
via: AmazonTired of scrubbing away at stubborn grime around the yard? Just attach this spin brush to your hose, and the water pressure will instantly send it spinning — no electricity required. The rounded tip allows you to get those hard-to-reach places on your tire rims, lattice, lawn chairs, and more. "WOW, this thing is a car detailing game changer," one reviewer raved. "It gets every single tiny nook and cranny that you can never get to. I sprayed the wheels with wheel cleaner first and let that sit for a few minutes. Then it took me approx 2 minutes, yes 2 minutes, per wheel, to get them looking like they came from the factory. Game changer."
These Slicers That Cut Food Into Fun Shapes
via: AmazonThese food cutters aren't just for kids — they're also great for bored adults who are easily impressed. Each order comes with three that let you cut your sandwiches and fruit into squares, triangles, and heart shapes, plus they also work great with modeling clay. They're completely BPA-free, and you can safely toss them into the dishwasher when they get dirty.
A Bottle Opener Shaped Like A 50-Caliber Bullet
via: AmazonNot only will it look great sitting on top of your bar, but this bullet bottle opener also works great as a fun conversation piece. Each one is made right here in the United States, and the profits go towards helping non-profit Active Duty and Veteran organizations. Besides — it's a great gift idea for Father's Day, as I'm sure your Dad is tired of getting socks and gift cards (I know mine is).
A Screen Repair Kit That Works In Just 60 Seconds
via: AmazonEver punch a hole through your screen door? Just use this repair kit to plug it up. It's designed to work with all types of screens and tears, plus it's also weatherproof so you don't have to worry about it breaking down in the rain. Each order comes with two patches, and you only need to apply heat from a hairdryer in order to get them to adhere.
These Sink Strainers That Keep Your Pipes Clog-Free
via: AmazonAre these sink strainers the most exciting purchase you'll make all month? Probably not, but they'll definitely help you save money down the road. Not only do they keep your pipes clear so that you don't need an expensive visit from the plumber, but each order also comes with six replacement baskets for when the starters get clogged. They're designed to fit into most drains, and many Amazon reviewers wrote about how they're "easy to install."
A Personal Massager You Can Use All Over Your Body
via: AmazonWith its unique pear-shaped tip that targets the tense trigger points in your muscles, this personal massager makes it easy to soothe away soreness in tired, aching muscles. It's lightweight and portable so you can keep it with you while traveling, and it's incredibly affordable — at only $25, this handy tool is a fraction of the cost of a professional massage.
This Paintbrush Cover That Saves Your Bristles
via: AmazonIt's hard to get all the paint off your paintbrush bristles, but leaving it on there to dry ruins the brush — so keep them safe with this cover. The airtight seal prevents your bristles from drying out so you can quickly resume painting the next day, and one Amazon reviewer even raved that it's a "great solution to putting my brush in a plastic bag with a wet paper towel!"
This Repair Wrap That's Stronger Than Duct Tape
via: AmazonDesigned to be 100 times stronger than duct tape, this repairing wrap is perfect for those heavy-duty jobs that regular adhesives can't handle. Just get it wet, apply it to any surface you need fixed, then wait — it only takes about 10 minutes to completely set. You get three rolls with each order, and it's so strong that you can use it to fix hoses, pipes, and more.
This Handy Tool That Helps You Buckle And Unbuckle Your Seatbelt
via: AmazonNo matter what age or how mobile your hands are, getting your seatbelt buckled can be a total pain at times — so grab this handy little tool. Just attach it to your seatbelt (so that you don't risk losing it), then press down on the lever whenever you're ready to go. Only one slight limitation — it's designed to work with only push-style buckles.
A Safety Nailer That Makes It Easier To Pound Away At Nails
via: AmazonNot only does this safety nailer help prevent your fingers from being hammered, but the built-in neodymium magnets also hold your nail securely in place — just in case you loosen your grip. One size is made to fit all, and it'll fit no matter whether you're left- or right-handed. Use it for nails, small screws, and staples.
This Toilet Spray That Gets Rid Of The Stank
via: AmazonI've actually used this poo-pourri, so I can personally confirm that it will completely annihilate any funky odors in your bathroom caused by, ah...you know. You can also spray it in stanky public bathrooms to make them just a tad more bearable, and the 4-ounce bottle is the perfect size to keep in your bag. It's formulated with non-toxic essential oils, and there's enough inside for about 200 uses.
These Aromatherapy Inhalers Formulated With Essential Oils
via: AmazonWhen you're at the end of your rope and completely out of wine (a fate worse than death, I know), try sticking one of these aromatherapy inhalers up your nose. They're made with therapeutic-grade eucalyptus and peppermint essential oils, plus there's enough inside to last for up to three months. The perfect size to keep in your pocket, their uplifting scent can even help boost your mood — or help you find the motivation to go out and buy another bottle of red.
A Comb That Helps You Twist Your Hair
via: AmazonSmall enough that it can fit into your pocket, this comb is great for twisting and styling your hair. Unlike other combs, this one isn't flimsy — it won't bend and easily break like its cheap competitors. Each one even comes with a two-year warranty to back that claim up, and it's available in three colors: red, black, or purple.
A Pair Of Bottle Toppers That Help You Get Every Last Drop
via: AmazonSometimes the best inventions are the simplest — the guy who came up with pet rocks is probably a trillionaire by now, right? Same goes for these emptying bottle toppers. They let you store your mostly-empty bottles upside-down so that you can finally squeeze out whatever's left, plus you can even use it as a funnel between bottles. They're designed to fit most bottle threads, and each one is completely BPA-free.
A Portable Campfire That Can Burn For Up To 5 Hours
via: AmazonSmokey Bear is judging you whenever you light a match in a forest, so just use this portable campfire that's safely contained inside a tin. It's made from recycled soy wax that produces less soot than paraffin, and there's enough inside that it can burn for up to five hours. Use it at the beach, in the woods, or even in your own backyard when friends are over.
A Shock Watch That Trains You To Wake Up On Time
via: AmazonIf you're one of those people who can never seem to wake up on time, let me introduce you to the Pavlok shock watch. It trains you to wake up on time by quietly beeping and vibrating, then eventually giving you a light shock to wake you up. Over time you'll learn to wake up during the beeping/vibrations in order to avoid the shock, and you can adjust the shock strength by connecting it to your smartphone.
A Rapid Microwave Cooker That Delivers Ramen In Just 3 Minutes
via: AmazonBe honest: some days you don't want to dirty up the stove. Some days you just want to eat stuff that came out of the microwave in 5 minutes or less, so grab this rapid ramen cooker. It cooks a whole brick of ramen in just 3 minutes so that you have an extra 2 minutes to, oh, I don't know...water your plants? Scroll through Facebook? The choices are limited, but they're definitely there. And in case you were wondering, yes — it's completely BPA-free.
A Hair Cap That Fixes Morning Bedhead
via: AmazonAre you so lazy, so absolutely uninterested in personal hygiene that you can't be bothered to even brush your hair in the mornings? Then this bedhead cap was made for you. It'll work on bedhead, helmet hair, nap hair, hat hair — basically if your hair looks flat and "bleh," it this cap can help. All you have to do is add water to the cap, put it on, then massage it into your hair — after a few seconds, your hair will once again be suitable for public appearances.
This Inflatable Lantern That's Great For Emergency Kits
via: AmazonIt doesn't matter whether your definition of an emergency is needing grass fertilizer, or your leg falling off — this inflatable lantern is still a good item to have on hand. While it won't fix your leg or water your yard, it will provide up to 24 hours of light. You also have options when it comes to recharging the battery: use the built-in solar panel by leaving it out in direct sunlight, or via the included USB cord.
This UV Sanitizer That'll Work On Anything That Fits Inside
via: AmazonSmartphones, jewelry, loose change, toothbrushes, credit cards — you name it, this UV sanitizer can eliminate up to 99.99% of bacteria. "Compared to the brand-name version of this, it seems to work just as well for a much better price," one reviewer writes. "Definitely a good purchase considering how much we touch of phones and how rarely most of us actually wash it (if ever)."