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How many times have you had a great idea for a product but then figured, “Meh, too much work.” Or, “How would I even begin to create that?” Plenty of us have been there, that’s for sure.

That’s kind of the appeal of Shark Tank (Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on CTV). Not only does the series feature everyday folks who had a grand idea, but these people actually followed through on their big ideas and now they get to pitch them to real-life investors who have money to sink into such things and make them successful.

It’s no wonder that when the show returned for its 10th season (and 200th episode!) on Sunday night, it did so with a slew of amazing product launches behind it. In celebration of the new season, we rounded up some of our favourite products from the past 10 seasons.

Ring

In the fifth season the sharks heard a pitch for a product called “Doorbot,” a video doorbell that’s affordable, easy-to-use, and a great security solution that anyone can use. Considering that we all want to be safer in our homes, this one was an instant ringer.

Benjilock

A quick show of hands: how many people have forgotten the combination to their lock while at the gym, school or work? And let’s be honest—no one wants to deal with the hassle of carrying around an extra key. That’s why we love this ninth season innovation, which uses your fingerprint rather than a key or combo. Even better? These things store up to 10 fingerprints at a time.

The Cut Buddy

Another great ninth season invention came in the form of a weird looking ruler geared towards men who sport beards and moustaches well beyond November. The Cut Buddy is a genius tool that helps any Joe Schmo shape his beard or haircut to look as though he just left the salon, bringing a whole new meaning to the term man-scape.

 

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Sandcloud

It’s no secret the plastics problem is growing out of hand, or that our plastic bottle use is seriously affecting marine life. That’s why we love these environmentally sound towels and apparel pitched during the eighth season. They’re made from plastic bottles, straws and other problematic items, and every purchase goes toward saving marine life and protecting oceans.

Three Jerks Jerky

There’s jerky, and then there’s this delicious, tender, meaty product that was first introduced in the seventh season. The foodies at Three Jerks Jerky have experimented, tested and refined the craft of jerky making to bring us the best road trip snack around. If you’re buying, be sure to stock up because one bag is not enough.

Safe Grabs

We were pretty tired of burning our hands on hot bowls fresh out of the microwave, but then this genius product was introduced in the show’s eighth season and our lives changed forever. Safe Grabs are silicone mats that sits underneath your bowls and plates so that when you’re done nuking you can simply grab and go. We give this product bonus points because it also serves as a placemat, splash guard, trivet, jar-opener and a food cover.

 

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Which is your favorite color? #minespurple #kitchenaccessories #abc #sharktank #safegrabs

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Goverre

Not that we’re endorsing drinking in public, but it was about time that someone invented a portable wine glass tumbler. Goverre was introduced in season eight and we’ve been in love ever since. With its silicone sleeve and a drink-through lid, this glass is a game-changing picnic staple.

 

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Saturday beach picnic day! What is everyone up to today?

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Scrub Daddy

We initially wrote off this fourth season product thanks to its silly smiley face and the idea that we needed some sort of super washcloth to wash our dishes. But how wrong we were. The Scrub Daddy, along with the Scrub Daisy Dishwand, feature signature FlexTexture foam that totally cleans those dishes until they’re sparkling, but never, ever scratches them.

 

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Simply Fit Board

We don’t always have time to go to the gym, which is why we love innovative products that we can use at home. The seventh season’s Simply Fit Board certainly fits that bill with its unique design and simple-to-use premise. Basically, you balance your way through a series of exercises that are guaranteed to strengthen and tone your abs and legs, working on that always hard-to-access core area we all want to target.

‘How Any Kid Can Start A Business’ book

Remember how we were lamenting that even when we have great ideas it can be hard to know where to start? Enter this book from the show’s seventh season. By using the premise of 10 basic kids’ businesses like lemonade stands, the authors (including shark Mark Cuban) show us how to successfully launch a business from the ground up. Yes, please.

Luminaid

Whether you’re a camper or you just like to be prepared, there’s everything to love about this sixth-season product. Luminaid is an inflatable, solar-powered light that is easy to take on the go, store in the trunk of your car, or tuck away in a storage room for when you really need it most. Enlightening.

 

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Talk about outdoor living goals 🌿 ✨ Tag a friend who needs this setup.

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Shark Tank returns Sunday, Oct. 7 at 10 p.m. ET on CTV.