Bottle Breacher-A Shark Tank Investment

Bottle Breacher



Well, it’s basically a bottle opener, BUT, not just any regular opener. It’s a hand crafted 50 caliber bullet made by active duty service members. They are REAL 50 caliber bullets.

Many people have bottle openers, but what makes this product unique is that, it was founded by a veteran and actually is an American made product.

The variety of 50 caliber bullets that they have, makes it hard to pass by. They have personalized gifts and groomsmen gifts to choose from. Frag grenade openers are a new product they have brought to the market, which are customizable also. They have products customized specifically for Law Enforcement, Military, and Fire/Emt.

They even offer Corporate designs & WIne Bottle Breachers.

Wine Breacher


The Bottle Breacher company also has what they call Breacher Gear, that includes:

  • Magnetic Bottle Breachers
  • Hats
  • Bumper Stickers
  • Holsters
  • Keychains
  • Shirts
  • Patches
  • Breacher Ink Pens With Custom Engravings

Most of the breacher products range anywhere from $15-$60

Buy a Breacher at Amazon Here

The Sharks Who Invested In Them….

Mark Cuban

Mark Cuban(Owner of NBA team Dallas Mavericks)

Kevin O'leary

Kevin O’Leary(Co-Founder of Soft Key Software Products)

The night Bottle Breacher aired on SharkTank…………

It was November 7, 2014 when former the Navy Seal & his wife walked in and pitched their business deal to the sharks. After the presentation they were offered two deals. One from FUBU inventor Daymond John for: $200,000 for 25% equity ($800,000 evaluation), contingent on getting a license deal. Another from Kevin O’Leary for $150,000 for 20% equity ($750,000 evaluation).

They countered and asked Mark Cuban, would he consider going in on a deal with either sharks. Mark, chose to team up with Kevin, and they struck a deal.

When Bottle Breacher first aired, they had $500,000 in sales, within 3 months they were up to $2.5 million in sales. They went from 8 employees, to over 30. Also before the airing, they were making 175 breachers a day, and after, they skyrocketed to 1,000 a day. The company has been widely successful, so much that they donate to over 200 non-profit organizations.

The bottle breacher is a unique product and most beer and wine drinkers have collections of Bottle Breacher products. You can shop online at or the bottle breacher website. Owners of Bottle Breacher

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David Chandler

  1. Jamie Clay left a comment on February 26, 2018 at 2:16 pm

    Hi David!

    Thanks for letting us know about this product. I love shark tank so I’m always willing to support those Entrepreneurs who are able to get there product on the show.

    I love wine and American made products. I think this is rather pricey but I understand why that may be. Probably because it is a hand crafted product?

    I will buy because it was crafted by veterans and as an appreciation to their service I would spend the money but just wondering is there another product similar for less money?

    • admin left a comment on February 26, 2018 at 5:24 pm

      Well, the thing is, some of the sharktank deals, are a bit pricy. I like to write about them, because I know it’s a popular show and a lot of people actually look for those companies that struck those big deals with the shark investors. However, on the other the hand, I try to balance it out with other product reviews and entrepreneur businesses on my site as well.

  2. Mark left a comment on February 26, 2018 at 2:22 pm

    These are awesome! I hate cans, so I buy bottles all the time and I’m always losing cheap bottle openers. I have a hard time believing I’d lose one of these, though. To top it off, they’re made by American veterans and I can really appreciate that. Great site, by the way! I was clicking around and you have some very interesting posts in here, especially the reviews and economic trends. Keep it coming!


    • admin left a comment on February 26, 2018 at 5:20 pm

      Thanks man, I’m glad it’s appreciated, I tend to do just that….

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