|This article is about a/an morpher in Power Rangers Samurai and Power Rangers Super Samurai.|
- "Samurai Morpher, Gold Power!"
- ―Morphing call
- "Go Go Samurai!"
- ―Alternate morphing call
- "Anybody know what time it is? It's Morphin' Time!"
- ―Brody and the Legendary Rangers[src]
The Samurai Morpher is the morpher of the Gold Ranger. It is somewhat a slimmer, less colorful version of the Samuraizer. It is entirely silver parts and lacks the black strip down the middle when open. The "scroll" design on the back is not present on the flip cover. It is kept on the left but only half as thick. The flip cover still has a clock display and a stylized "Power Rangers" lettering, much like the Samuraizer, though it appears on the flat area.
It is unknown how Antonio created the Morpher but it is apparent that he reverse-engineered the Ranger's Samurai technology in order to utilize symbol power and be by Jayden's side as he battles the Nighlok. His utility of the Samurai Morpher as well as the powers that came with it earned him a spot in the Samurai Rangers team.
Morphing SequenceAntonio uses the Samurai Morpher to Morph into the Gold Samurai Ranger by spinning it, calling out "Samurai Morpher! Gold Power!" (late replaced by "Go, Go, Samurai!") and pressing the central button, which initiates the transformation, Antonio stands in front of the Kanji for Light and sweeps his arms. He then gets suited up.
- Unlike it's Shinkenger counterpart, the Sushi Changer, it does not have a peg for Samurai Disks. Thus, unlike the Sushi Changer, which looks like a modified cellphone, the Samurai Morpher has the more advanced look of the Samuraizer.
- The toy version of the Samurai Morpher is a repaint of the toy Samuraizer, which lacks the bar at the back that houses the brush of the original Transformation Handheld ShodoPhone. Thus it is mostly show accurate.
- In the DS version of the Samurai video game, the player has to draw the Symbol for Light, unlike in the show where Antonio's Symbol Power doesn't work like that.