Wear a helmet when you ride
In an effort to get more people to wear a helmet when riding a bike, inventor Jeffrey Woolf created Morpher.
Morpher is a bike helmet that you can fold flat when not in use. According to his research most riders don't wear a helmet because of issues with portability.
When folded, the helmet fits in a laptop bag and could possibly be dispensed via vending machine located near bike rental stations.
Unlike other folding helmets, the Morpher folds flat, making it simpler to carry around. It stays folded using strong magnets.
- Folds flat and can fit in your backpack
- Quick folding
- Passed safety standards
- Can be uncomfortable for some
- Seemingly not durable
- Only for heads with a circumference of between 52cm & 58cm (20.5 to 22.8 inches).
The best thing about the Morpher is the folding mechanism. It's quite convenient to be able to slip it in your backpack without taking too much space. Everything else about it is as good as your average bike helmet.
Morpher is no longer in business and is unable to conduct the recall. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled helmets and dispose of them to prevent further usage. Amazon and Morpher are contacting all known purchasers directly.