Although the Toor website is still active showing how the product works, it is not for sale. When a potential buyer clicks the “BUY NOW” button, the user is redirected to a page where they should be able to buy, but all purchase options are marked as unavailable.
According to the synopsis of this product on the Shark Tank Blog, the deal with Barbara Corcoran and Kevin O’Leary was never finalized. In 2018, inventor Junior Desinor shipped the boxes bought on Kickstarter and partnered with Touch of Modern, but nothing came of it. Even though Desinor’s deal with Corcoran and O’Leary fell through, Shark Tank Recap says Desinor stayed in touch with Corcoran. This makes sense as he originally created Toor as a real estate tool and Corcoran is a leader in that industry.
Still, Toor hasn’t gone anywhere since the Kickstarter. In fact, there hasn’t been much to buy since the Kickstarter orders shipped. With so many lockers on the market already packed with smart technology, it’s no surprise Toor hasn’t taken off. The product was clever, but not unique.
Recent updates on Desinor’s life reveal that he has opened a brick-and-mortar CBD shop with his wife in Dallas, Texas. The movement on Toor is at a standstill and without updates on social media or the website, it doesn’t seem likely that it will recover any time soon.