“Myself Belts” a velcro belt specially designed for young children.
Myself Belts offers a one-handed, easy-to-fasten belt for kids and adults. Myself Belts promote independence by allowing children to easily fasten and unfasten their belt on their own. No more droopy drawers, and a frustrating problem is solved for both parent, child and teacher! Great for potty training, preschoolers, school uniforms, and kids who just love to accessorize. Sized for kids 2-12, Myself Belts are available in leather and solid colors as well as adorable designs like airplanes, hearts, and trucks. Myself Belts can even be personalized with a name or school logo! Myself Belts are also available for teens and adults with hand-dexterity difficulties stemming from physical or cognitive challenges. With its faux buckle, it looks like a regular belt!
Talia from Myself Belts was the final contestant in Friday night’s episode of Shark Tank. Seeking a 60K investment for 10% of her company, the Sharks were intrigued by the idea. Myself Belts is the first belt that is created for children and designed so that they can fasten it themselves. The sharks were very concerned about the sales trends that MySelf Belts had shown (220K in 2012, 205K in 2013), but Daymond John was willing to make an offer.
Mark: “I want you to be successful, but you’re not a killer.” – He was out.
Lori: “lacking drive and determination” – Lori was out.
Robert: “The worst lies you tell in life are the ones you tell yourself.” – He’s out.
Daymond: Loved the idea, offered 75K for 25%
Kevin: “Market spoke to me.” – No offer from Kevin