Super Potty Trainer

Pitchback rest for babies potty training to prevent from falling into the toilet
EntrepreneurJudy Abrahams and Chris Guerrera
Asked For$300,000 for 10%
Deal$300,000 for 50%
SharkLori Greiner and Daymond John
StatusIn Business

Company Background

What is Super Potty Trainer?

The Super Potty Trainer does away with the traditional potty training approach and allows your child to get used to the real thing from the start.

Its adjustable back support allows the child to sit comfortably on the toilet seat without the fear of falling inside the bowl.

It’s also easily fittable and removable; even your child can do it. The device is portable, fits any toilet and remains steady with its silicone pads.

Who is the Founder of Super Potty Trainer?

The Super Potty Trainers co-founders are mom Judy Abrahams and her business partner, Christopher Guerrera. Judy has a Bachelor of Science degree, as well as a paralegal certificate.

While working as a court interpreter, she also teaches and dabbles in stand-up comedy. Chris owns a venture capital company PACE. It helps start-up companies get funded.

He has a degree in mechanical engineering and also hosts a weekly podcast, Made in America. Both remain invested in the company, selling the Super Potty Trainer on their website or through Amazon.

Founder’s Story

Judy invented the Super Potty Trainer in direct response to her young child at the time, who would develop constipation from a fear of falling into the toilet bowl. Seeing what a traumatic experience it was becoming, she set about inventing a toilet-compatible back seat adjustor.

To make it more comfortable and less scary for her daughter and other children experiencing similar difficulties. Judy initially experimented with a cardboard box prototype, and once she was happy, she founded her company, I Got Your Back Baby.

After finalizing patents, she found a manufacturer in the USA and went to market not long afterwards. Of the 400 she initially produced, almost all of them sold out on Amazon, and along with those she’d given to family and friends, the reviews were very positive.

Judy continued to sell her product online as a side gig for a few years until she met Christopher through social media. Feeling she might be onto something, he came on board, and they started looking for investors to help increase production and grow her market base.

What Happened After Shark Tank Update

Did Super Potty Trainer Get a Deal on Shark Tank?

On Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 25, Judy Abrahams and Chris Guerrera entered the Shark Tank seeking $300,000 for 10% of their potty training backrest and accepted an offer of $300,000 for 50% of Super Potty Trainer, from Lori Greiner and Daymond John.

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