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Shark Tank season 12 episodes list:
A father and his 15-year-old son from Cincinnati, Ohio, help the Sharks get creative while sharing their solution for storing paint efficiently. Two tech-savvy entrepreneurs from Somerville, Massachusetts, put the pedal to the metal when they show off their portable electric vehicle charger. A husband and wife from Milltown, New Jersey, think they can smell success as they pitch their product designed to keep garments safe from bacteria and odor, while an entrepreneur from Portland, Oregon, tries to convince the Sharks he's brought blankets into the 21st century.
An entrepreneur from San Francisco, California, tries to show the Sharks the upside of investing in her women's undergarment subscription service. A chef from Falls Church, Virginia, thinks he's found the recipe for success when he brings out his effortless approach to a classic breakfast meal. An entrepreneur from New York City shows the Sharks her eco-friendly alternative to collecting dog waste, while a scientist and former competitive body builder from West Orange, New Jersey, asks the Sharks to work it out as he pitches his healthy take on a beloved snack food.
A husband and wife from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, try and get in bed with the Sharks as they pitch their adult swaddle design. Entrepreneurs from Plano, Texas, try and reel in the Sharks with their inventive approach to fish luring. A husband and wife from Las Vegas, Nevada, share their killer idea for a retail franchise that serves a variety of cereal-centric treats, while an entrepreneur from Provo, Utah, works to convince the Sharks he isn't stretching the truth about his product designed to relieve back pain.
A healthy alternative to salt; a spring-loaded cake stand; an entertaining approach to the tried-and-true carving knives often used during holidays; a product designed to attach a cellphone to almost any surface.
A unique fitness system; a high-tech headband designed to provide the brain with a boost of energy; festive party hats; a wine made from honey.
A vegan version of a classic grab-and-go snack; pandemic-inspired masks; a stress-reducing beverage; a product designed to make grilling an eco-friendly experience.
A line of giant, inflatable holiday ornaments; a solution for lingering in the bathroom; a unique way to shred on the slopes; a safety hazard for kids in the winter.
An entrepreneur from Surfside, Florida, pitches a classic dessert with a healthy twist. Two safety-oriented engineers from Littleton, Colorado, share their product designed to boost visibility while navigating the streets. An entrepreneur from Los Angeles pitches a hands-free gadget. Three entrepreneurs from Miami pitch an educational robot.
A former WNBA player knows what athletes want in a sports drink; an entrepreneur enlists the help of a superstar to show off his work from home necessity; a couple's secret to "sexy time."
A twist on traditional sauces; artisan-made designs inspired by the craftsmanship of each country; a vibrant beauty and lifestyle brand that celebrates the creators' multicultural heritage.
Entrepreneurs from Chicago, Illinois, pitch their take on a traditional snack food. An immigrant from Ghana and a social media star from Indianapolis, Indiana, bring pitch their single-serve all-in-one portable product. A husband-and-wife duo from San Francisco, California, presents their beverage line made from real herbs, fruits and flowers. An entrepreneur from Houston, Texas, makes taking care of newborns a little easier. Season 11's kidpreneur Cassidy Crawley updates us on her Honolulu, Hawaii-based, two-in-one chew toy and baby spoon company, Baby Toon.
Entrepreneurs from Atlanta, Georgia, pitch a product to keep belongings germ-free. A brother-and-sister duo from West Palm Beach, Florida, have invented a way to prevent drink spiking. An entrepreneur from Brooklyn, New York, pitches her guilt-free vegan treats. An entrepreneur from Carbondale, Colorado, pitches an eco-friendly way to shred the slopes. Season 2 Kimberly Nelson and season 6 Jeff and Jennifer Martin update us on how their companies Daisy Cake & Pipcorn, are doing.
An entrepreneur from St. Paul, Minnesota, pitches his self-cleaning bedding. A husband and wife from New York City introduce their twist on an Italian food snack. An entrepreneur from Santa Cruz, California, pitches his line of cool headwear designed to eliminate tension headaches. A duo from Longbranch, New Jersey, demonstrates how one can turn any aluminum can of beer into a draft beer experience.
An entrepreneur from San Luis Obispo, California, pitches high heels that are sexy and comfortable. A husband and wife from Los Angeles pitches a solution for a common food storage issue. Entrepreneurs from Le Claire, Iowa, present their solution to a common frustration with women's bathing suits. A kidpreneur and her mom from Houston, Texas, persevere through hardship to launch a successful sauce company.
Two friends from Mandeville, Louisiana, introduce their bedding product to make bed-making more convenient. A trio of entrepreneurs from Hyattsville, Maryland, pitch their delicious plant-based take on a classic favorite food. An entrepreneur from New York City shows the Sharks an easy way to walk your dog without tracking dirt and germs. Another entrepreneur from Brooklyn, New York, presents her fun educational app designed to help kids learn coding.
A chef from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, introduces his way to eat healthier meals. An entrepreneur from Lewes, Delaware, pitches her line of stress-relief tools. A pair of entrepreneurs from Holstein, Iowa, pitch their innovative apparel that keeps your drinks cool and your hands free. An entrepreneur from Rochester, Minnesota, shares her solution to keeping babies busy and entertained.
An entrepreneur from Brooklyn, New York, pitches his eco-friendly approach to sausage making. Two entrepreneurs from Los Angeles pitch their ultra-portable product designed to keep things cool. A family from San Clemente, California, pitch their unique take on riding the waves. A father and daughter from Naperville, Illinois, pitch a stress-free solution for a common problem parents face while shopping with their newborn.
Two entrepreneurs from New York City pitch a vegan take on a beloved drink. A husband and wife from Orland Park, Illinois, pitch their product designed to remove hair from your hands in the shower or bath. Entrepreneurs from Cleveland, Ohio, and Accra, Ghana, pitch their product designed to enhance a tattoo. An entrepreneur from Denton, Texas, pitches family biking with his electric bike company.
An entrepreneur from Springfield, Missouri, shares his invention that helps prevent the spread of germs like COVID-19. A husband-and-wife duo from Scottsdale, Arizona, introduce their refrigerated safe that makes contactless delivery more secure. An entrepreneur from South Jordan, Utah, hopes his idea for an at-home probiotic maker grows on the Sharks. A pair of entrepreneurs from Charlotte, North Carolina, and Atlanta, Georgia, respectively, is over the moon about their spacesuit-influenced gadget guard.
An ophthalmologist from Greensboro, North Carolina, pitches her beauty product that combines luxury and glamour with safety and quality. An entrepreneur from Aurora, Oregon, pitches an easy way to cut cheese. An entrepreneur from Acton, Massachusetts, pitches her beauty organizer space saver. Two entrepreneurs from Ocean County, New Jersey, introduces their reusable and effective approach to removing pet hair from clothes.
Two chefs from Oakland, California, made a major pivot when the pandemic nearly derailed their business based on a perishable, rare ingredient. A husband and wife duo from Gilbert, Arizona, pitch a portable hand-washing device. An entrepreneur from Austin, Texas, pitches an easy approach to drying greens with her space-saving design. An entrepreneur from Foster City, California, pitches his high tech, self-cleaning water bottle.
A new way to experience art; an innovative cleaning tool; vegan food that isn't boring; a portable and rechargeable solar-powered device; an update on Bug Bite Thing, an insect sting treatment company.
An athlete from Houston, Texas, pitches his portable basketball shooting machine. An entrepreneur from Los Angeles pitches her no-bake and nutritious snacks. Two entrepreneurs from Elmore and Chagrin Falls, Ohio, respectively, share how to keep their sneakers clean. A pair of entrepreneurs from Boulder, Colorado, pitch their all-in-one beer making device.
A pair of entrepreneurs from Industry, California, pitch their custom pillow based on your unique sleep profile. Two entrepreneurs from Ipswitch, Massachusetts, pitch their alternative to a traditional sport. Entrepreneurs from Plymouth, Michigan, pitch their grilling product idea. A husband and wife duo from Boise, Idaho, pitch their easy, functional shoes.
A husband and wife from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, pitch life sized, scientifically accurate, animatronic dinosaurs! An entrepreneur from Los Angeles, California, pitches the virtues of a popular caffeinated Vietnamese beverage. An entrepreneur from Buna, Texas, pitches her beverage coolers. A pair of entrepreneurs from San Andrés, Colombia, and Simpsonville, South Carolina, introduce their tool that helps parents conquer potty training.