There is a new episode of “Shark Tank” airing on ABC Friday night, and there is one clear takeaway that we’ve got from checking out the products online: This could be a rather lucrative hour of television when it comes to deals! We don’t personally feel as though any product is coming into the Tank with a terrible concept, and they all could make some money out in the real world. Fashion companies have done well in the past, the tech innovations here seem to be on point, and while we’d be a little worried about a cookie company turning up, the star power here is probably enough to raise an eyebrow or two.
Take a look below at all of the products featured — clicking on the respective links will have you taken over to the company’s official website. The Sharks tonight will be Mark Cuban, Barbara Corcoran, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner, and Robert Herjavec.
Update: Check out our full review of tonight’s episode here!
TekDry – We have no idea whether or not this business found a deal in the Tank, but it is already finding some love out in the real world courtesy of a deal with Staples. The idea here is simple: Their machine helps to dry out electronic devices such as smartphones that may have gotten wet. Basically, this is a way to save your product before you go out and buy a new one. Even though the iPhone 7 may be waterproof to a certain extent, we do have a feeling that there is still quite a demand for this.
The Cookie Kahuna – We’re going to be uploading a longer video preview for this particular pitch later today, largely because it is fascinating to us on such a wide array of levels. If you are famous with the name Wally Amos, it’s because his cookies have become rather … famous over time. However, he has not been affiliated with that company in many years, and this is him getting back into the cookie game from all the way out in Hawaii.
Raising Wild – The idea here is rather simple: A line of swimwear designed to be functional, fashionable, and made to be worn in the water and out doing adventures. This is a company looking to use its Florida roots as proof that they know what it’s like being out and around the water. We don’t doubt their knowledge-base or their effectiveness, but their prices (which can go over $100) seems rather pricey for the average person buying swimwear.
Night Runner 270 – For those of you out there who really want to spend your time running around at night, this product seems to fit the bill. It’ll make you visible and provide a solid lighting source that can run for four hours. Maybe that’ll be comforting for people scared of being hit by a car, and if nothing else, it’ll also make your surroundings more visible. At just $59, the price is reasonable for what you’re getting.
For more highlights related to “Shark Tank” this season, be sure to head over to this link! (Photo: ABC.)