The Businesses and Products from Season 15, Episode 7 of Shark Tank

The Businesses and Products from Season 15, Episode 7 of Shark Tank

In season 15, episode 7 of "Shark Tank," a new group of hopeful entrepreneurs appear in front of the Sharks to pitch tilt-able and flippable reading glasses, an exciting educational game for kids, a pair of high-tech ski goggles and a line of delicious dessert toppings. Get the full details on the four companies featured below!

The Sharks in this episode are Barbara Corcoran, Mark Cuban, Daymond John, Lori Greiner and Kevin O'Leary.

Bunny Eyez |

Sisters Jenny Hutt and Stacy Fritz named their revolutionary eyewear company after their late mother Bunny Koppelman. Along with their partner Andrea Gluck, they created Bunny Eyez reading glasses. But Bunny Eyez® wearable, tiltable, flippable reading glasses are not your mother's reading glasses. These patented reading glasses are the first readers you can use in multiple ways. Wear them the usual way or flip the temples for an entirely new experience. Tilt the front of the Bunny Eyez frames as another way to create a multi-use pair of readers.

Yum Crumbs

Yum Crumbs dessert toppings are the ultimate enhancement for any dessert enthusiast, offering an array of delightful flavors and textures to take your sweet creations to the next level. Add a sprinkle of magic to your desserts with Yum Crumbs today!


Created by three brothers who love skiing, REKKIE Smart Snow Goggles combine style and technology to provide an unparalleled mountain experience. With its transparent heads-up display technology (patent-pending), you can find friends, control music, check notifications, view stats, and answer calls — all without needing to take off your gloves.

The Fidget Game

The Fidget Game is revolutionizing how kids learn to read by offering innovative and multisensory reading games. With a focus on the Science of Reading, this company is on a mission to combat the literacy crisis by providing tools and resources for students in Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 6. With its presence in over 50,000 schools, The Fidget Game is making learning a fun and interactive experience for children.

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