We put Shark Tank's bizarre and amazing products to the testThe reality show has churned out some questionable products. Sharon and Sarah try them for the first time.
Go! Go! Go! Go! Stop! Stop!. Okay, keep going. [LAUGH] Keep going. We've seen a lot A lot of products on Shark Tank and we're not totally convinced we really need all of them, so we're gonna try some out. Ready? [MUSIC] Nerdwax. Nerdwax? Stop your glasses from slipping and do it in style. Do you put this on beforehand? It smells like chapstick. Okay, just on my nose? No, no. [LAUGH] On the glasses. Okay. It's like chapstick for your, I think it's just beeswax. I'm just gonna go for it. Whatever. Okay, for the record, I don't know if I would put this on your Gucci $500 sunglasses. Okay. Yeah. I can see it. It kinda work. Ow! My God. Are you ready for this? No. This is beautiful. Okay. It looks like a book, like a notebook. Right? My God! It's a beautiful lamp, that not only last for like 10 hours light, but it also charges your phone for like 24 hours. How much is it? Yeah, that's the problem, it's $125. But you're paying- For a charger. Basically, For a charger and a flashlight. [MUSIC] These are flavored face wipes, because normal face wipes taste like the bottom of a lysol package. And most kids probably don't want this on their face. I mean it tastes sweet. I can't believe we just licked a face wipe. But it tastes sweet. My god. Made with Stevia. So I guess it's like low sugar but really sweet. Yeah, alright. The king of Shark Tank. Squatty Potty. My God, what the heck is this? This is basically the solution to the problem with toilets. Toilets make you sit in an unnatural position, it tresses out your colon, your bowel. So in a natural squatting position you will eliminate faster, you will be more comfortable With a Squatty Potty. I'll be right back. [MUSIC] You pooped! I'm sold. But does it come in something that's not plastic? I'm so glad you asked. My God. The Mercedes Benz of Squatty Potty. Yeah, I'm gonna take that home with me. [MUSIC] Opening coconuts is extremely hard. You need a machete or you need a cleaver. So I present to you the Coco Jack. I'm terrified. What the hell is this? [LAUGH] So it's really only meant for young coconuts and what you're suppose to do is. Am I suppose to do this? [MUSIC] I think you should. Put this over here and. [SOUND] I'm a little afraid. Okay. Okay, do it. Just go for it? Yeah. And just go. Go! Go! Go! It's stuck! Go! [SOUND] Stop, stop! No? This is terrifying. [LAUGH] [SOUND] Okay. [LAUGH] We did it. My god! Alright. I mean it's easier than a machete. Okay, here hold on, a little terrifying. You can also it to open up old coconuts. That's a young coconut. This is an old coconut. I'm worried you're gonna. [SOUND] These are happening. Here it is. [LAUGH] My god. I don't know what do to with this, Sharon. I don't know if you're impressed or upset. I'm a little terrified, but I think I'm on board. Are you? It seems like it would be a probably be a good thing to use maybe in my kitchen. [MUSIC] Ta da! And it's that easy. All right then. [SOUND] [LAUGH] I think I'm bleeding. Are you okay? [LAUGH]