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Training > Breaking Boards > Training Rebreakable Board

Training Rebreakable Board by KD Elite

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Training Rebreakable Board


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$24.95
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Product Description
    • 25% easier to break than 1 wood board
    • A perfect start to board breaking training
    • Made from durable impact molded plastic
    • Available in red or blue, both have the same breaking difficulty
    • A great way for classes and dojos to save money
    • Slides easily and quickly back together

    At about 25% easier to break than one wooden breaking board, this is a great starter rebreakable board. These rebreakable boards are made from high grade durable impact molded plastic.They have a special tongue and lip design that enables them to be easily placed back together.The boards are sold individually and measure 10" wide x 8-3/8" high x .8" .Available in red or blue. Both colors have the same breaking strength.These breaking boards have a breaking strength of 50 lbs or 3/4 the strength of traditonal wooden boards.


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How to Use the KDELite Rebreakable Board / Tile



One of the trickiest things about rebreakable boards is the reconstruction process after a break. This is especially true when the boards are new and not yet broken in. This video explores the best methods for getting the tile together and ready to go.  
by: okiken108      
12/17/2010 11:53:04 AM
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Thank you for making this video this was very helpful.(:
by: lhutch
9/1/2012 4:16:38 PM
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I bought this thinking I'd use it for our adult class, but it's too weak. I'll have to use it for our children sessions...8 years old and under.  
by: larsonpolo
12/28/2009 10:59:48 AM
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Good practice for kids

My kids love to practice their taekwondo punches and kicks on this board. It's inexpensive and allows them to hone their skills at home. Not too easy to break either.   
by: kendoka
2/21/2011 12:42:57 AM
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Fun for kids

The Kids Love It! But it really hurts to hold them while they are kicking them because of the edges.   
by: Mindy Meyer
1/17/2011 11:08:53 AM
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Fun for kids

The Kids Love It! But it really hurts to hold them while they are kicking them because of the edges.   
by: Mindy Meyer
1/17/2011 11:08:48 AM
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Good board, a little hard to put together

This board is exactly what I was expecting. My 6 and 8 sons both take Tae Kwon Do and have been asking for training boards forever. After reading all the reviews, I was slightly nervous, but it sounds like all rebreakable boards have issues, so I went with this one.

The day was got the board, it was definitely a little tricky to put together. I watched the video for instruction. Then I passed it along to my 6 year old. I figured we'd have to wait till Dad came home. Nope, both boys quickly learned how to put the boards together. (I still can't!) It is definitely tight and hard for them to break. But they quickly got the hang of it and were able to break if they focused in the right area. I know it will get loser with time, I'm glad it's hard to break now! For now, though, they are only doing kicks. I don't think they could break with their hands, yet.

Overall, I am very pleased with these boards (we bought 2) and so are my sons. It's nice for them to have something to work with at home!  
by: Cyn
2/27/2014 6:52:15 PM
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Need Instructions for putting this together

The rebreakable training board came in two pieces. There are no instructions whatsoever in putting it together for the first time or during use. Please advise.   
by: Peggy
12/18/2013 9:35:49 AM
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Hi Peggy. There is a video on this page a few comments up. I think it will help you.
by: okiken108    
12/27/2013 10:38:49 PM
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when will they be in stock

hi in 2010 i bought one and u guys sent me 2 thank u and when will they be back in stock plz reply   
by: karatelegodude
2/23/2013 11:10:39 PM
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This is a popular item so we are hoping to have it back in stock within 1 month.
by: okiken108    
2/25/2013 1:24:14 PM
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Too Easy

This is a quality product, which my students have used hundreds of times. It is adequately easy to break for younger student and much too easy for older students. For the younger students it is a confidence builder. I've seen other boards like this at greater strengths but not on this website. The cost is too high considering it is plastic.   
by: Master Ant
12/3/2012 1:57:10 PM
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Works well with kids beginners!  
by: Mitsue Kawamura
11/18/2012 9:14:09 AM
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Color

Is blue the only color boards you have or are you just out of the others color?  
by: lhutch
9/1/2012 4:21:53 PM
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At one point we had a few other colors but right now blue is the only one available to us.
by: okiken108    
9/3/2012 12:25:33 PM
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I have been to several tournaments,and I question the way the judges score.I saw many matches that should have went to the other person. What are the scores based on?  
by: focus
5/8/2012 9:26:48 AM
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Hi Focus. Unfortunately scores aren't really based on anything. The judges simply use their personal experience and idea of what is good and judge from there. Scores are often slanted depending on if a practitioner is of similar style or organization as the majority of the judges. If you think about it - they will recognize in the participants what they do themselves and judge it higher.

As such, tournaments are unreliable sources for determining skill level. When you participate, do it for the challenge and experience and try not to worry about the results.
by: okiken108    
5/9/2012 11:56:19 AM
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This board is perfect for my 9 year old son. Its pretty easy to put back together once you get the hang of it. The board is a little difficult to hold with the way the plastic is molded but over all its a lot fun.  
by: keanechuck
2/20/2012 7:09:56 AM
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psi or pressure

what is the psi or pressure to break orange rebreakable board.my 10 year old step son is a yellow belt and he is breaking the orange board and asked what it took to break.Had to tell him i didnt know but would find out.So please help if can thanks  
by: viz
2/18/2012 1:59:32 PM
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Sorry Viz, I don't think we've ever calculated that!
by: okiken108    
2/20/2012 1:24:10 PM
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found out that it takes about 8 psi to break an orange breakable board
by: viz
2/20/2012 11:25:29 PM
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Great for beginners (stackable too)

Got 2 to help me and the family build up for breaking on our tests. I think these are great. The grooves allow you to stack them as well. So far the children are still struggling with 1. I haven't used them enough to know if they are very durable over the long term. But for a few people, I'm sure it will hold up.  
by: ericn9vjg
2/3/2012 2:11:53 PM
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re-breakable is not breakable

Hi Karate Depot,



I purchased the re-breakable board for my 10 y.o son (green belt in TKD) as a Christmas present, along with several other items.

Using the board is very difficult and it doesn't break even with hammer fist, & any other attempts hurt the hand. The only way to get it to break apart is when my son stands on it. Then, to get it back together, it won't even slide back, it's too tight, and will only slide together 1/4 or1/2 way (and that's difficult)... you could give yourself a hernia trying to put it back together! I did watch the video suggestion on how to put it back together by using the rubber end of a hammer, but the board I have will not even slide together so that there's only an inch left to tap into place.

My son is disappointed in this item, and I'm not sure if it will ever get 'broken in' enough for him alone to slide back into place after breaking. Should he keep jumping up and down on it to 'break it in' or is it a defect in the board?

What do you suggest? I want him to get as much enjoyment out of this item as he has the other items I purchased from your website. As it is now, I feel I wasted $15.00 on a piece of plastic that doesn't do anything.



Thank you kindly,
Lisa

  
by: Lisa
12/28/2011 12:58:42 PM
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Hi Lisa. Breaking at a young age should definitely be done with caution, and if it is hurting him I would suggest pulling back for awhile. However, one option is to hold a folded towel in front of the board (slightly loose). This will absorb the skin-against-plastic impact, while still imparting the force of the strike through the board.

If the board is still too tough, you certainly can have him do a series of 'warm up' breaks by standing and jumping on it. Even with that effort though you will have to put it back together for him for awhile. Putting the board back together just requires a little getting used to - be aware of the angle you are trying to slide them in at. If you don't get that right it can be a real hassle.

Another suggestion is to have your son work on kicks against the board as opposed to punches. Thrusting kicks with the heel (front, side, or rear) tend to have more impact generation and hurt less than hand strikes.
by: okiken108    
12/29/2011 11:38:29 AM
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Stands

Is there a stand that I can buy to put the boards in so that I do not have to rely on any one holding the board. Thank You  
by: Cory
11/19/2011 11:45:21 PM
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Sorry Cory, we don't have anything like that.
by: okiken108    
11/21/2011 12:45:06 PM
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very nice! A   
by: harriewood
4/24/2011 4:13:22 PM
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How to put together

I bought this breaking board for my son, and I cannot figure out how to put them together.. It almost seems like it doesnt line up properly. Can someone please help?  
by: Tracey
12/28/2010 3:54:14 PM
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Hi Tracey - we've created a helper video for putting this board together. It's at the top of this comments section.
by: okiken108    
12/31/2010 10:55:08 AM
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