Potty training can be a difficult, and messy job. Products on the market, just never seem to get the job done. Because of this, Judy Abrahams and Chris Guerrera have created a training device to make potty training a breeze. Will they get a super deal on
If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to Super Potty Trainer after
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|Lori Greiner and Daymond John||Accepted deal of $300,000 for 50% equity|
|Kevin O’Leary||No Offer|
|Mark Cuban||No Offer|
|Robert Herjavec||No Offer|
Shark Tank Super Potty Trainer Update
- Entrepreneur: Judy Abrahams and Chris Guerrera
- Business: Creative potty training tool
- Ask: $300,000 for 10% equity
- Result: $300,000 for 50% equity
- Shark: Lori Greiner and Daymond John
Judy and Chris brought Super Potty Trainer to
Robert Herjavec, who is a father to three-year-old twins, agrees that this is a problem and that the product is a good idea. Basically, it’s just an adjustable toilet seat back that makes it easier for children to learn to use the bathroom on their own.
Additionally, it helps them to feel safe and secure, while they learn to use the toilet.
When asked how the product came to be, Judy shared that her daughter was terrified of sitting on the toilet.
One day her daughter said she’d go on the potty if Judy sat on it with her. So, she would sit behind her daughter, hold her infant in front of her, and her daughter would finally go to the bathroom.
However, she couldn’t sit with her all the time, so, she created a device that emulated the same thing, giving the child back support.
The sharks were very impressed with the invention, especially when Judy revealed she had a patent.
As Christopher explained, the U.S.-made and patented product costs $2.30 to make and has a $1.1 million purchase order from Walmart in the works. Further, they are in talks with Menards, to put the product in several hundred of their stores.
However, with only $60,000 in actual sales and 55,000 units in inventory tangled up, the sharks knew they’d have their work cut out for them.
Mark Cuban is the first shark to go out. He doesn’t like the valuation, given the low sales numbers.
Robert Herjavec loves the product, but not the valuation. It’s a problem for him too, so he is also out.
The ever-frank Kevin O’Leary describes it best when he says that the two “came too early, and asked for too much.” He’s out next.
Daymond John also has an issue with the valuation, however, he says he’d consider an offer if Lori Greiner goes in. She agrees to it, and the two offer $300,000 for 50% equity in Super Potty Trainer.
Without hesitation, Judy and Chris take the offer, but what happens following
We’ve got great news to share in our Super Potty Trainer update! The company is still in business and has continued to increase its sales since
While the product was available for a time on Amazon, it no longer appears to be. That said, you can purchase one on the Super Potty Trainer website. The website also features many positive reviews and claims that their product is pediatrician-approved.
Unfortunately, our Super Potty Trainer update research found that the deal with Lori and Daymond has not closed as of September 2023.
If we get any further updates on Super Potty Trainer, we’ll be sure to let you know! In the meantime, find updates on the other companies featured on
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