Judy Abrahams and Chris Guerrera pitched Super Potty Trainer during
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
Super Potty Trainer founders Judy Abrahams and Christopher Guerrera walked into the
Robert Herjavec, who is a father to three-year-old twins, agreed that this is a problem and that the product was a good idea. In essence, it’s just an adjustable toilet seat back that makes it easier for children to learn to use the bathroom on their own.
As Christopher explained, the U.S made and patented product cost $2.30 cents to make and has a $1.1 million purchase order from Walmart in the works. 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.
The ever-frank Kevin O’Leary described it best when he said that the two “came too early and asked for too much.” After this, the sharks backed out one by one until Daymond John said that he would have made an offer if Lori Greiner was still available. Lori listened and the two sharks ultimately agreed that they’d offer $300,000 for 50% equity in Super Potty Trainer.
Without hesitation, Guerrera and Abrahams took the offer, which now leads us to our Super Potty Trainer update. Sure enough, the product has since had quite the success. It now currently sits on lots of positive reviews from parents that are attempting to potty train their children.
So far, Super Potty Trainer hasn’t appeared on QVC just yet. However, with Lori as an investor, it’s probably only a matter of time.
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