Dragons' Den: How to buy EasyTots from episode 9 and other pitches!

Tonight’s episode (Thursday 27th May) of Dragons’ Den is set to include a pitch from a mum-of-two from Westbrook – who also happens to be the inventor of EasyTots.

Here is what the company offers and how you can get your hands on their products:

What products do EasyTots offer? Who is Helen Davies?

Helen Davies is the founder and chief executive of EasyTots – a company offering baby weaning supplies. Davies is also a mum of two children and is taking to Dragons’ Den to seek investment for her business.

EasyTots promises to ‘make weaning easy’, supplying items such as suction bowls, cutlery, bibs, and weaning trays. Weaning bundles range from £32 to £36 – this includes the EasyMat Mini, a suction bowl and spoon set, and two bamboo handle spoons.

Ahead of her appearance on tonight’s (27th May) episode of Dragons’ Den, Helen Davies disclosed: “Easytots is doing well and I’m proud of what we have done, but I really felt an investment and support from the likes of the dragons could take us to the next step. I really hope people tune in to watch it.”

How to buy EasyTots from episode 9

If, much like many mothers nation-wide, you’re looking to get your hands on EasyTots products, here’s how to buy:

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You can check out the baby weaning products via the business’ Instagram. In the Instagram bio, you can find a linktree that directs you to websites where the products are available.

EasyTot products are available on Amazon UK, USA, Canada, and stocks in parts of Europe, including: Switzerland, Romania, Greece, France, Spain, and Poland.

EasyTots also offers a blog, detailing recipes for babies and top tips.

Our other favourite products from Dragons’ Den

Primetime TV show, Dragons’ Den, has given us a range of useful products. Check out our other favourites:

Willsow Books

Impressively, Willsow books are plantable children’s books. Once you’ve read them, you can plant them and grow vegetables in your own back garden.

ViperClip

The founders of ViperClip actually came up with the idea in the 1990’s – but only recently got it up and running! Essentially, ViperClip offers a plastic stapling gun, which would change the way electricians worked.

Mak Tok

We love the sound of Will Chew’s Malaysian chilli paste. Mak Tok offers four different flavours, which you can purchase here.

Imperial Candles

Another Dragons’ Den favourite, Imperial Candles pitched as handmade soy candles with a hidden jewel inside. Incredibly, the jewellery from the candle could be worth anything from £10 to £2000.

Tune in to Dragons’ Den tonight (27th May) from 8pm on BBC One.

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