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Shark Tank season 10←Shark Tank season 9
Shark Tank season 10 episodes list:
An entrepreneur from Atlanta, Georgia, introduces a smart device designed specifically to protect your packages from package thieves; an unexpected entrepreneur from Dalton, Georgia, invented a nontoxic and nonpermanent adhesive created for kids, by a kid; entrepreneurs from Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Los Angeles, California, believe they have created the solution to plastic straws and want the Sharks to suck responsibly with their new product; and husband and wife entrepreneurs from Spokane, Washington, believe they have created the next evolution in camping cookware and hope to change the way people eat outdoors.
Brothers from Orange County, California, introduce a product that solves the issue of pet shedding; an entrepreneur from Scottsdale, Arizona, believes he has invented a better way to carry a child’s car seat; an entrepreneur from Los Angeles, California, presents her solution to a problem some well-endowed women face; an impressive entrepreneur from New York, New York, familiarizes the Sharks with her sophisticated version of a traditional snack.
A mother-daughter duo from Washington D.C., is passionate about their healthy vegan soups; an entrepreneur from Addison, Texas, pitches his new tool to make it simpler to invest in crypto-currency; a chef from New York, New York, wants to expand his vegan sushi restaurants across the nation; and in an emotional pitch, siblings from Long Island, New York, present the product of their late father, an NYC firefighter whose dream was to pitch in The Tank, but passed away before he could.
A father-and-son pair from Carlsbad, California, introduce a line of manscaping products for today’s refined man; a husband-and-wife duo from Los Angeles, California, present a new way to get refreshed; a duo from Los Angeles, California, enter the tank to pitch their sweet treat that complies with the keto diet craze; an immigrant from Vietnam pitches the Sharks his buttery-soft dress shirts in hopes of realizing his American dream and brings along an unlikely celebrity partner.
Sisters from Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, introduce a way to protect women’s handbags with their waterproof cover design; an entrepreneur from Raleigh, North Carolina, presents his automated travel service that will use your reward points to help you plan your next vacation at a fraction of the cost; an entrepreneur from San Marcos, California, pitches his one-handed pull broom and dustpan to help clean easily and effortlessly; an entrepreneur from Madison, Wisconsin, shows the Sharks an affordable way to make a healthy beverage with her at-home kit.
First into the Tank is a husband and wife team from Williamston, Michigan, who pitch their dissolvable protein pack product; an entrepreneur from Temecula, California, presents his dual-purpose strap design to keep valuables safe and secure; cousins from El Segundo, California, believe they have the ultimate solution to keeping a beer bottle cold with their neoprene-lined, stainless steel design; entrepreneurs from Anaheim, California, present their healthy alternative treat to sweets that capitalizes on the ketogenic diet trend.
There’s more holiday cheer than ever when an entrepreneurial elf from Southlake, Texas, presents his large database of Santa entertainers to help people hire Santa Claus during the holidays; entrepreneurs from Lafayette, Louisiana, solve the hassle of carrying skis on the slopes; entrepreneurs from Minneapolis, Minnesota, introduce their new twist on gift-giving designed to bring laughter to every occasion; last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from New York City who puts a modern twist on an old-fashioned favorite with her build-your-own oatmeal bar.
First into the Tank is a family of entrepreneurs from Chapin, South Carolina, and Fairhope, Alabama, who present a product that satisfies a unique, and some would say disgusting, obsession; husband and wife duo Joanna and David Parker from Englewood, New Jersey, introduce their convenient subscription service that makes meal time for kids stress-free for parents; an entrepreneur from Yorba Linda, California, pitches his Bollywood-inspired dance fitness program that gets the Sharks dancing; last into the Tank is a husband and wife pair from Dallas, Texas, who give the Sharks a taste of their better-tasting probiotic beverage.
First into the Tank is a husband and wife team from Newtown, Connecticut, who pitch their simple and brilliant rooftop assistance design that helps access your vehicle’s roof with one easy step; entrepreneurs from Chicago, Illinois, present their fitness workout that offers a softer, lower impact alternative to the treadmill; a teen entrepreneur from West Bloomfield, Michigan, introduces his solution for making the perfect coffee at home with his cold brew kit; a mom from Walnut Creek, California, presents her simple baby seat that sits right on your hip and makes it easier to carry your baby.
First into the tank are brothers from Provo, Utah, who introduce their fun and adventurous treasure hunt game experience for cities across the country; entrepreneurs from Cedarburg, Wisconsin, and New York City present their line of affordable and ethical streetwear that donates a school uniform to a child for every purchase; cousins from Dallas, Texas, present their eco-friendly product that helps wipe away your bum; entrepreneurs from San Jose, California, pitch their hands-free pet tool that makes bath time easier.
First into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Willis, Texas, who introduces her lay-flat cosmetic bag design that allows for easy access to materials. Entrepreneurs from San Diego, California, pitch their online boutique subscription shave club exclusively intended for women; while entrepreneurs from Basalt, Colorado, and Newport Coast, California, present their functional cat furniture designs which are durable and easy to clean. Last into the Tank is a mom from Palo Alto, California, who provides comfortable and stylish play dresses for mothers with young children.
First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Austin, Texas, and Cour d’Alene, Idaho, who pitch their safety product that specializes in confidently helping people travel with their pets; an entrepreneur from Venice Beach, California, introduces his collection of curated wines with straight-forward labels for a snob-free client; an entrepreneur from North Hollywood, California, presents his twist on an urban centric hair product to help amplify natural curls; last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Oakland, California, who provides a subscription service that delivers Montessori Method-approved toys to families with young children.
First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, who introduce their innovative storm shelter/safe house design that can provide people safety in the comfort of their own home. An entrepreneur from White Plains, New York, presents her fresh baby food that trains babies to acquire a more sophisticated palette. Entrepreneurs from Port Orange, Florida, pitch their multi-use sandwich container product that keeps your sandwich safe, never soggy. Last into the Tank are entrepreneurs from New York, New York, and Venice, California, who pitch their space age solution for stinky feet.
First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Raleigh, North Carolina, who introduce their bake-at-home, all-natural treats. Entrepreneurs from Chicago, Illinois, pitch their clean beauty product made specifically for women with curly hair; while entrepreneurs from Austin, Texas, present their unique twist on yoga with the help from a surprising source. Last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Woodstock, Georgia, who pitches her waterproof product that allows you to shower in public with privacy.
First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Arcadia and Folsom, California, who have a solution to fight back against bothersome telemarketers and scammers. Entrepreneurs from Oakland, California, present their easy-to-use 3D printer for kids to design and print their own toys, while an entrepreneur from New York, New York, pitches her savings and gifting online platform to help kids learn to save. Last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Labelle, Missouri, who familiarizes the Sharks with her ethical and customizable meat box subscription delivery service.
First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Seattle, Washington, who introduce their spa design that relies on innovative, alternative therapy to relieve common aches and pains. An entrepreneur from Oakland, California, is at the forefront of the future of food by creating sustainable protein in a lab. When a family from Shelton, Connecticut, present their kid’s reward system, the kids take over the pitch; and last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from San Diego, California, who pitches his simple but ingenious device which helps you capture frame-worthy pictures with your best friend.
First into the Tank are brothers from Richardson, Texas, who introduce their decadent breakfast treat, authentic to a European staple; and entrepreneurs from San Francisco, California, pitch their online fashion trading platform with the aim of helping women save money while also easing the environmental impact of clothing manufacturing. Then, an active duty soldier from Leavenworth, Kansas, presents his idea for everyone to conveniently and affordably have a swimming pool; and last into the Tank is a mom from Los Angeles, California, who pitches her clever twist on a traditional children’s product that is designed to help mom’s on the go.
First into the Tank is an entrepreneur from North Bergen, New Jersey, who introduces a traditional hand-held food snack from his Argentinian culture. Entrepreneurs from Nashville, Tennessee, pitch their smart security product to help keep intruders out of the home. A trio of entrepreneurs from Clemson, South Carolina, present their convenient beverage carrier product designed to help keep items cold. Last into the Tank are a husband and wife from Potomac, Maryland, who introduce their online tool which helps offer a wide variety of family activities at an incredible discount.
First into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Wilmette, Illinois, who introduces his socially interactive, hilarious party game that will reveal much more about your friends than you may want to know. An entrepreneur from Washington, D.C., pitches his customized household product that ensures the safety of your family. An entrepreneur from Tenafly, New Jersey, presents his reusable bottle-emptying device for an easy solution to getting every last drop from your product. Last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Mountain View, California, who introduces his healthy alternative to soda.
First into the Tank are sisters from San Jose, California, who combine two delectable desserts into one amazing treat. An entrepreneur from West Hollywood, California, pitches his modern alternative to traditional ATM machines. An entrepreneur from New York City presents his clothing design for both men and women that combines two comfortable fashion trends into one. Last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Mclean, Virginia, who introduces his hypoallergenic sleeping product that helps reduce snoring and dry mouth.
First into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Redondo Beach, California, who pitches her high-tech product to discover hidden secrets about your cat. An entrepreneur from St. Louis, Missouri, presents his men’s fashion accessory that will help every man look extra refined, and a former “Shark Tank” entrepreneur from Pleasantville, California, who was shredded by the Sharks during his first visit, returns to the Tank for his shot at redemption with his line of all-electric water sports equipment. Last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Miami Gardens, Florida, who introduces his delicious, multipurpose dip.
First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Van Nuys, California, who introduce their efficient privacy solution to open-office plan distractions with their modern phone booth design. An entrepreneur from San Francisco, California, shares her unconventional dessert concept that serves a childhood favorite snack. Entrepreneurs from Cleveland, Ohio, present their handy device that helps you easily enjoy all your favorite fast-food condiments on the go. Last into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Chicago, Illinois, who pitch their portable office furniture design to help you escape from your traditional working desk and also help to improve your health.
First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Fort Collins, Colorado, who present their fast-casual restaurant focusing on late-night food done right. Entrepreneurs from Lexington, Kentucky, pitch their line of designer bat houses for an effective natural solution to pest control. A husband and wife duo from San Diego, California, introduce their stylish product that keeps your pet safe from predators. Last into the Tank is a world-renowned jiujitsu instructor from Torrance, California, who solves a problem that we never knew we had with his dual fashion design. The Sharks in this episode are Mark Cuban, Kevin O'Leary, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec and Daymond John.