MorfBoard Is the Only Ride-on You’ll Ever Need

Let’s call this the Swiss Army knife of ride-ons. Minus the blades, of course.

MorfBoard, from Jakks Pacific, is an innovative skate, scoot, bounce, and balance system that lets kids ages 8 and up enjoy an entirely new play experience. Featuring multiple components that can be swapped, kids can easily transform this ride-on in seconds.

The MorfBoard system is a skate and scoot combination. Kids can ride it like a skateboard, or cruise around on it like a scooter. The box includes a deck, a set of skate Xtensions, a set of scoot Xtensions, and a scoot T-Bar.If you’re wondering how on earth you turn a skateboard into a scooter and vice-versa, let me explain. MorfBoard utilizes Lock and Release Technology, which allows riders to transform their ride in seconds as they remove Xtensions from the deck and swap in new ones. Simply drop the desired Xtension into the base, turn it 90-degrees, and allow the flex trigger to lock it into place. It truly is as easy as advertised.MorfBoard was designed with kids in mind, and so the board’s components are more than ready to be kid-tested. The skateboard has a shorter board for an easier ride, and its Xtensions feature bigger, softer wheels for smoother glides. MorfBoard’s plastic structure provides enough flex to absorb bumps in the pavement, so kids can enjoy a smooth ride on the sidewalk, in the street, or at the skatepark.Scoot Xtensions sport lean-to-steer front trucks that let kids can use their body weight to shift direction. The extended front wheels give kids the opportunity to carve, while the inset lever brake lets kids stop on a dime if they need to. The scooter’s T-Bar—which features rubber anti-slip grip handles to keep kids in control—can be adjusted too, so the system can grow with kids and even get passed down to younger siblings in the future.

Tweens and teens can stretch the limits of their MorfBoard with Balance Xtensions and Bounce Xtensions (sold separately). The Balance Xtension, for example, is a strong tube made out of rubber roller traction pad. Kids can place it under their MorfbBoard to practice their dynamic balance skills and overall coordination, indoors or outside.

For even more fun, riders can swap in a set of Bounce Xtensions, which feature rubber rebounders and adjustable foot straps for a hopping good time.

Ages:

8+

Manufacturer: Jakks Pacific
MSRP: $99.99

24 Responses to “MorfBoard Is the Only Ride-on You’ll Ever Need”

  1. When can i buy the extension for this board???? Toys r us had it on line and than they cancelled my order the week they close down…. now there is no where to buy them!!

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    • Mary Hujik

      Where can I get the addition components for the morph board. Target does not sell anything other than the board.

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  2. Well after reading the reviews, on top of searching for more than 1 & 1/2 hrs to make the purchase.. I’m glad I read these reviews & discovered the truth. I have twins as well & I’d be really, really angry like a red hot biting ant if it didn’t arrive with all the accessories the commercial shows with the whole thing.. I wouldn’t want to deal with my sons after getting a half ass gift meant to be 100% complete… My sons aren’t that angelic, masters of disasters & destruction is what that half ass arrival would result in… Total chaos.. thanks

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  3. Can’t find this anywhere. Grandsons birthday is Sunday how can I purchase this. Not the best way to launch a new producr

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  4. Mom of Twinz

    Not a fan of this board AT ALL! Over $200 for two of them and wasn’t even able to buy the attachments to make it more user friendly. My twins are 10 and neither one of them seem interested so far. Prefer a standard Razor from what I can tell thus far. Disappointed as this was their ‘grand finale’ gift for their birthday and I would expect it to be more like on the Commercials. This is your warning – read reviews before purchasing. I usually do that, but ignored it this time because they were so excited when they saw them on TV and just HAD to have one. So, now we are stuck with TWO that will probably never be mastered or used. The release of extensions with this product are ridiculous. Who releases something that doesn’t even have the attachments available yet? Should have released all at one time. They are costing themselves money. Releasing this piece of junk board first, noone is going to want to spend extra money on other possible junk attachments. Dumb dumb move!!!! We will be taking ours back TODAY! I can think of other things I’d rather spend that money on – heck even a regular Razor AND a skateboard don’t cost that much if you purchase them both – and atleast they work and steer and don’t give to weight or pressure put on them. I am so disappointed with this product.

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  5. Margaret Petty

    Wondering how tall the scooter handle is? I think my 12 year old would love it if he didn’t have to hunch over.

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  6. TERI FITZHUGH

    went online to find out where to purchase a morf board and the accessories was informed Target had them but than found out they showed they didnt have it from what it said online than online it said toys r us had them went there they had (1) was able to purchase it but when i asked about the accessories was told yhey didnt have them yet. Why in the world would you put out the board if you dont have the accessories to go along with it. Makes no sense. My grandson wanted it for his birthday this weekend. So I guess I will just return the board. Very disappointed Grandma…………………..

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    • Marissa DiBartolo

      The board includes everything you need to transform it from Skateboard to Scooter!

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    • Mom of Twinz

      Toys R Us has them in stock, but the extensions for Bounce and Balance aren’t being released until April Bought TWO for my 10 year old twin girls for their birthday – disappointed so far.

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  7. Keith D Omaits

    I don’t see any bounce attachment being sold with it, so it appears that it’s only a skateboard at time of purchase. Do they/you sell the other advertised attachments to allow the children to bounce and roll around on it as seen on TV?

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    • Marissa DiBartolo

      It’s a Skateboard and Scooter combo! Bounce attachment is coming later, but right out of the box you get both a skateboard and a scooter!

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  8. Judy Caracappa

    Wanted to buy for my Grandson’s birthday. Shows on target web site, but you can’t buy it! ;-(

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    • My Target showed unavailable, but it was in the store when I checked.

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