Check your kid’s scooter. Jakk’s Pacific is recalling MorfBoard Skate & Scoot Combo scooters with “Y” handlebars. The “Y” handlebar joint on the scooter can break, posing a fall hazard.

Jakks Pacific Recall

This recall involves Morfboard Skate & Scoot Combo scooters with “Y” handlebars.  The skateboard system has interchangeable parts that convert into a scooter.  The scooter is created by inserting the “Y” handlebar into the base board.  The scooters were sold in a variety of colors, including cyan (blue), chartreuse (yellow), lava (red) and mint (green).  An 8-character alphanumeric manufacturing date code is located on the bottom side of each skate deck that is sold as part of the Skate & Scoot Combo.  Only scooters with the following manufacturing date codes are included in the recall:  0049VE01, 0128VE01, 0238VE01, 0328VE01, 0598VE01, 0718VE01, 0878VE01, 1068VE01, 1168VE01, 1278VE01, 1458VE01, 1508VE01,1598VE01, 1858VE01, 2068VE01, 2328VE01, 2398VE01, 2478VE01, 2548VE01, 2508VE01, 2568VE01, 2958VE01, 3198VE01, 3258VE01, 3537VE01, 3628VE01.

Jakks Pacific Recall

Consumers should immediately take these recalled scooters with the “Y” handlebars away from children and contact Jakks Pacific to receive a free replacement “T” handlebar.

The company has received 18 reports of the “Y” handlebars breaking with one injury when a child fell resulting in a bloody nose.

These scooters were sold at Walmart, Target, Toys R Us, Meijer, BJ’s Wholesale Club stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com and morfboard.com from February 2018 through August 2020 for about $100.

Consumers can contact Jakks Pacific online at www.jakks.com and click on “Safety Notices” at the bottom of the page or toll-free at 855-602-5464 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. PT Mon. through Fri. for more information.

—Jennifer Swartvagher

All photos courtesy of Jakks Pacific

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