I believe this was my husband's potty chair and he is now 72 years old. It attaches to a toilet seat and is collapsable to about 6 inches high. The label says Sturdi-tot. Could you tell me the value? Thank you.
Many people see something like this and think that it is neat and probably 'rare' but in actuality, the market is flooded with similar pieces but it seems the potty chair is the the only one selling.
eBay has a large number for sale so you might look through these listings and place a watch on any similar one to see if it sells.
Asking prices do not represent current value as only a sold exact same item shows what someone is willing to pay for that item and I have not found any even similar ones that sold. It seems some potty chairs has sold recently but none for very much money other than one or two really rare ones.
Here is a similar listing on eBay and I believe this is very close to your seat but it has the foot rest which I believe yours did have at one time. I did not find any seat made by Sturdi-Tot.
If you decide to sell it you might want to list it on sites like Facebook Marketplace, lettgo, offerup and list it as pick up only as shipping will be more than the value of the seat.
Although most listings for similar items is less than $20-25 (most are under $15) you could start yours higher and lower it if no one shows an interest. Just remember, almost all sites charge fees when an item sells.
These are not so rare and on eBay they are selling for as low as $10. There are so many of them listed on eBay and they are not being sold right now. I saw one that was in great condition that a person is asking price is $75.
There is a 80 year old one online on eBay, offered for $16 + shipping. There are not posting for a lot. Maybe a auction/bid could bring in a better price or selling locally to save on shipping.