10 Best ‘Shark Tank’ Products Under $20

Stasher Silicone Food Storage

Moreover, they are microwave and dishwasher safe. One costs $12.99 on Amazon, or you can spend more by buying bulk quantities of different sizes.

DUDE Flushable Wipes

During "Shark Tank," Sean Riley, Ryan Meegan, and Jeff Klimkowski introduced Dude Wipes, the first sanitary napkins sold to males.

Drain Strain

You can purchase the Drain Buddy - Bathroom Sink and the Drain Buddy - Bathtub on the Drain Strain website for $13.99 and $17.99, respectively.


For eight complete months, all you need to do is apply a shine to the area of your glasses that contacts your nose. Nerdwax costs $9.99 on Amazon.com.

The Spatty Daddy

With The Spatty Daddy, a long, thin spatula that can fit into every crevice of a tube, Cheryl Rigdon found a solution to this issue.

FunBites Food Cutter

Its curved blade, which comes in a range of vibrant colours and geometric patterns, dices food into adorable bite-sized shapes. It costs $9.99 on Amazon.


ScreenMend fills a hole with a patch and then uses hot wax to seal it. It costs $6.98 at Walmart.


Gaming nights are crucial for fostering friendships. They're also fantastic methods to save money because staying in is always less expensive than going out.

Scrub Daddy

Its sweet face enables for optimum malleability, and the sponge's texture actually alters depending on the temperature of the water

Nuts N' More

Here comes Neil Cameron, Dennis Iannotti, and Peter Ferreira's low-carb, low-sugar, non-GMO, high-protein nut butter snack, Nuts N' More.

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