OUR STORY        DESIGNS        MATCHING TRAVEL PILLOWS        FEATURES        SAFETY

Say "Bye Bye" To Bobbing Heads!

Available Summer 2016


Our Story

 

NoBob was created by a mother who was tired of watching her daughter fall asleep in the backseat of the car and then have her head start bobbing. Frustrated by watching her slumped over, and trying to dangerously adjust it while driving, the idea of NoBob was born.

After numerous designs, prototypes and testing, NoBob's Kickstarter campaign will help bring this incredible product to market. 

 

Our Designs

 

NoBob was designed for young children to love just like their other favorite stuffed animals. Irresistible, soft and adorable, kids look forward to getting in the car and putting on their NoBobs. To make it even more fun, kids can choose from among 5 lovable NoBob characters - each with a unique dream.

 

 
     ROARY  - Dreams of roaring like a lion   

 

ROARY - Dreams of roaring like a lion

 

     SLUSH  - Dreams of being a sled dog   

 

SLUSH - Dreams of being a sled dog

 

     TAI TAI  - Dreams of being scary

 

TAI TAI - Dreams of being scary

 
     PANDY MO-MO  - Dreams of being a movie star

 

PANDY MO-MO - Dreams of being a movie star

     SHEPSELA  - Dreams of smelling meadow flowers on a bright sunny day

 

SHEPSELA - Dreams of smelling meadow flowers on a bright sunny day

 

Matching Travel Pillows

     ROARY

 

ROARY

     SLUSH

 

SLUSH

     TAI TAI

 

TAI TAI

 
     PANDY MO-MO

 

PANDY MO-MO

     SHEPSELA

 

SHEPSELA

 

 

10 Essential Features

Its patent-pending design ensures a universal fit with most car seats or boosters with a back. For parents it's easy to install, adjust and care for. Designed to gently cradle a child's forehead while sleeping, it also prevents them from pulling it over their neck while awake.  

 

Product Testing and Safety

 

Its safe to use, allowing children to sleep comfortably in the car so their parents can focus on driving safely “I needed to know the NoBob was safe to use in the car,” Didi says. “So once I had my final prototypes, I had them tested for safety at a government-certified crash test facility. I’m so happy to say they passed the tests with flying colors.”