Super Potty Trainer Net Worth 2022 – What Happened After Shark Tank

Mother, passionate entrepreneur, and paralegal Judy Abrahams invented the Super Potty Trainer to help with her daughter’s fear or falling in the toilet. She developed the product and partnered with Christ Guerrera to bring Super Potty Trainer to Shark Tank.

The pair asked for a $300,000 investment for 10% equity.

What they got was a tag-team Shark deal with Daymond John and Lori Greiner who agreed to the $300,000 but for a 50% stake in the business.

Super Potty Trainer Quick Facts 

Name:

Super Potty Trainer

Net Worth (2021):

$1,000,000

Pitch:

Adjustable Potty-Training Seat

Entrepreneur:

Judy Abrahams & Chris Guerrera

Asked for:

$300,000 for 10%

Deal:

$300,000 for 50%

Shark:

Daymond Jon & Lori Greiner

What is the Super Potty Trainer?

The Super Potty Trainer is a silicone rest that makes learning to use the ‘big’ toilet a lot less scary and much more comfortable for tiny tots.

The Super Potty Trainer fits under the toilet seat and can be moved forward or back depending on the size of the child. The Super Potty Trainer provides a back rest that is secure and it reduces the size of the toilet seat.

The silicone material means that it can be safely sanitized and uses the child’s own weight so that it does not slip forward or backwards while a child is using the toilet.

The Super Potty Trainer also eliminates the need to empty a potty into the toilet!

Who are Judy Abrahams and Chris Guerrera?

Judy Abrahams was a paralegal while potty training her daughter at home. Her daughter, Hayat, battled with the potty training and always needed her back to be supported because she was very scared of ‘falling in’ and thus becoming constipated.

Judy created the adjustable toilet helper for her daughter and then turned it into a business!

Chris Guerrera was the president and CEO of PACE systems when he met Abrahams online. Guerrara was instantly drawn to the business and helped Abrahams grow the business exponentially.

What happened during the pitch?

The pair went in confident in their product but unfortunately not confident enough in their numbers. They asked for a $300,000 investment for a 10% stake in the company. In theory, the Sharks loved the product. However, when they questioned the duo about their numbers, the Sharks grew hesitant.

Kevin O’Leary said to the pair that they came to the show and asked for too much because they did not have the sales history to back up their big $300,000 ask.

Most of the Sharks had backed out of the negotiations from this point.

The investment

Daymond John spoke up and said that he would go in on a deal with Lori Greiner: $300,000 for 50% equity where they split is 25% each.

Abrahams and Guerrera jumped on the opportunity and said yes amid tears of joy. Watch John and Greiner share their enthusiasm over the product here.

Conclusion

Together Abrahams, Guerrera, John, and Greiner reign in the world of poop royalty! With each Super Potty Trainer selling for $19.88 on their website and Amazon, and $18.33 in Walmart, their sales have sky-rocketed.