Skip Hop Moby Waterfall Rinser
Make tub time funtime with the help of Moby, by Skip Hop!

The innovative rinser has interior fins that channel a steady flow of water to ensure quick cry-free rinses. A soft rubber lip fits snuggly to the forehead, preventing water from getting in eyes. The easy grip handle allows you to hold the rinser in one hand and baby in the other.

Suitable for ages newborn and up.


  • Interior ridges creates and even pour
  • Soft lip cushions baby's head
  • Stands up when not in use or hang by handle to dry
  • BPA-free, PVC-free, Phthalate-free
  • Coordinates with the Skip Hop Moby Collection
  • Size (inches): 6.9l x 4.5w x 5h; (cm): 18l x 11.5w x 13h

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Brenda: a few months ago

This is the third bath scoop I have used, and i really like it! It can pour a large flow of water without any water getting on baby's face. I just wish it could stand on its own upside down a bit better to drip dry - its too big to fit in the corner of the tub because of the imbalance., I put it up on the countertop.

Kimberly: a few months ago

Love it! Does the job, and it is adorable!

amber lynn: a few months ago

Love this keeps water out of her face much better than a cup and she loves playing with it in the bathtub 100% good purchase

Grace: more than a year ago

I have been using the moby rinser to bathe my one and a half month old daughter. It holds a lot of water and is great for rinsing her hair as the water doesn't get into her eyes. Great purchase!

Laurisa: more than a year ago

Love it! It's cute and it's designed for near-perfect function when bathing a baby. Five stars!

Sissi: more than a year ago

Love this little cut rinser! The Father-to-be has tried this once for my unborn baby. Really funny and useful kit.

Cindy: more than a year ago

Love this product, beats using a cup to rinse my baby's hair. Some water did still run down on my baby's face but I think that as she gets bigger and is able to lean back, it won't be a problem.

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