This morpher was bought for my Power Rangers obsessed four year old son. Sadly, it is incredibly poor value for money and is so flimsy and cheap that he has had better quality phones free with comics. The most disappointing aspect, as well as the very poor build quality, is that the number buttons don't make any sound effects whatsoever - in fact they can't even actually be pressed. The interior doesn't have a proper screen either - simply a cheap sticker saying 'It's Morphin Time.' My one year old has far more realistic looking phones for a quarter of the price of this. To make matters worse, the morpher didn't even come with the designs already attached. There is simply a packet of stickers included for the child to attach themselves. I didn't think the phone could look any worse than it already did but, after a slapdash four year has haphazardly attached a few stickers to it, it does look even more like a piece of cheap pound shop tat!
The only actual interactive element is a single button which repeats some typical Power Rangers phrases when pressed. There are five different phrases in total, repeated at random. The only redeeming feature, and the aspect that my son loves, is that the phone will actually 'ring' by itself and he has to answer it. This can be a little annoying as there is no way of turning the phone off and the ringing will start a few minutes after the phone has been played with and left. My son did get in trouble the first time he took this phone to bed with him as I was accusing him of messing about with it.
My little boy loves being called up by his toy morpher and told that it's Morphin' Time and, for some unknown reason, genuinely does seem to like this toy, using it for imaginative play. It's certainly not a toy that justifies its full RRP however and I wouldn't have purchased it had I realised just how little it actually does.