This scale-like model rocket kit is easy-to-assemble with no painting required.
Estes introduces another great two-stage rocket. The Air Commander is powered by C11 and D Engines to amazing heights! The Air Commander is a sleek two-stage sport rocket which stands over 30 inches tall. The Air Commander flies on standard engines and can be flown single stage or two-stage.
The Green Alien model rocket kit is almost ready to fly. This crayon-themed rocket stands almost 20" tall and features a twist-on fin section when also acts as a motor retainer.
This Skill Level 2 kit from Estes is another bring-back of a classic. The Alien Invader kit includes a high-quality plastic nose cone, laser-cut wood fins and waterslide decals which mimic the original kit.
This educator bulk pack contains 12 Alpha III kits. The Alpha III is one of the most reliable, easiest to build rockets. It features a dynamic look - a gloss black body tube with a fluorescent orange plastic fin unit and nose cone. The Alpha III requires no painting.
The Estes Asteroid Hunter has a unique sci-fi design that will blow you away. This kit is a challenge to construct but will reward you with its out-of-this-world exotic appearance.
Powered by standard engines, expect to be impressed with the glider flight of the Astron Skydart II. Absolutely the coolest glider rocket Estes makes, one minute duration glides are fully possible. Be the first on your block to get this cool rocket.
For more than three decades, Mike Dorffler designed rockets and other products for Estes. To honor Dorffler’s legacy, Estes has produced a larger version of one of Mike’s classic rockets. The Skill Level 2 Astron XL flies on 24mm C, D, and E motors.
One of Estes's series of "ready-to-fly" crayon rockets, the Atomic Aqua flies to more than 500 feet on a C motor.
The Baby Bertha is a pint-sized version of the classic Big Bertha. At just under 13 inches, the Baby Bertha is about half the size of it's larger cousin. The Baby Bertha kit features laser-cut fins, a plastic nose cone, self-stick decals, and a colorful 12-inch pre-assembled parachute.
The Estes Bandito is a sporty, easy-to-assemble model rocket kit which flies on mini-engines.
The Big Bertha is a classic Estes kit. Designed by Vern Estes himself, this is one of the largest Skill Level 1 rockets. it is a great beginenr's rocket. The Big Bertha is terrific for demonstractions as its large size and steady flights on smaller motors provide slow, realistic lift-offs.
The Big Daddy is a modern classic. This beefy rocket flies on 24mm C, D, and E motors.
Hands down, the coolest rocket to hit the Estes line this year, the Black Star Voyager can soar to 1100 feet when powered by an E12-4 engine. For the serious rocketeer, this is a must have!
Sharpen your building skills because when you are finished building this rocket, you will be the envy of the flying fiield!
Blast off with the Estes Blast Off Blue flying model rocket. This kit comes pretty much ready to fly and soars to more than 500 feet on a C motor.
A tribute to yesterday's rockets, the Estes Centuri features laser-cut wood fins and a 12" parachute.
With gold chrome fins and nose cone, the Estes Chrome Domes Gold model rocket kit is sure to put a sparkle in your eye. A prismatic body tube completes the jewel-like appearance of this easy-to-build rocket kit.
The Estes Chuter 2 features dual parachutes which bring this classic rocket back to Earth in style after blasting off to heights of up to 900 feet. The unique fin design and colorful body of the Chuter-Two make it a great rocket for anyone.
Estes has gone back to the archives and pulled up old drawings and spec sheets to bring back this vintage design. The kit has been reproduced and updated while retaining the classic lines of the original. The Chuter-Two kit contains high-quality body tubes, a balsa nose cone, and laser-cut balsa fins.
The new Estes Cobra is a menacing, futuristic fighter. Standing 18" tall, the Cobra has an 8" wing span.
This kit includes laser-cut wood fins and waterslide decals.
The Comet Chaser soars over 1,100 feet and is powered by standard engines. Simple to glue and paint, the Comet Chaser deserves to be in your rocket collection or if you are just starting out, it's a great starter rocket. Just a few hours of your time and you'll be ready to go!
You'll be amazed when the rocket returns to earth with a parachute while the nose cone helicopters down.
The Cosmic Cobra streaks to altitudes over 500 feet high. Two recovery devices are used to tame this reptile. The main rocket, with upswept fins, returns to earth on a colorful 12 inch parachute while the sleek nose cone helicopters down on bright colored, retractable rotor blades. Assembly of the Cobra takes about one hour or less, making it a great choice for any beginner! You'll draw a crowd at the flying field when you blast this unique rocket into space!
This sleek design from Estes features quality body tubes, a large balsa nose cone, laser-cut balsa fins, and easy-to-apply waterslide decals.
The Cosmic Interceptor is an awesome D and E powered rocket. Standing 40.5 inches tall, this is one impressive rocket on the launch pad and in the air! Sharpen your building skills before tackling this one.
Prioviously only available in a launch set, the Estes Crossfire ISX is, perhaps, the coolest looking beginner's kit in Estes's catalog. With laser-cut wood fins and bright, self-stick decals, the Crossfire ISX flies on standard-size motors and is recovered by parachute.
The new Estes Curvilinear is an easy-to-build rocket which is great for flying from a small field.
The Estes D-Region Tomahawk is a 1/5 scale flying model of NASA's sounding rocket. Launched only one time in 1968, this rocket was designed to take measurements of the D-layer of the ionosphere - thus its name. Estes's version of this fantastic scale rocket captures all the detail of the original in an easy to assemble model that flies as good as it looks.
In terms of performance, this gigantic rocket can blast nearly 800 feet high when powered with an E engine. An adapter is included to launch on Estes D engines. Finally, to protect this beautiful scale model when it lands, a 24-inch pre-assembled nylon parachute is included.
One of a kind, the Dark Energy is unlike any rocket before. It features an awesome five-fin design and the waterslide decals and paint give it a sweet futuristic look.
A couple of hours of your time and you're off to the flying field with the really cool Dark Zero from Estes! This kit is easy to build and all the parts are pre-colored so there's no need to bother with paint.
Der Red Max is a re-issue of the classic kit which first appeared in Estes's 1971 catalog. The rocket is a little more than 16 inches tall. It includes waterslide decals, laser-cut balsa fins, and a pre-assembled 18" parachute.
The Estes Eggscaliber has a special clear payload section which holds an egg. With the included engine adapter, it can fly on B/C or D/E motors. Bacon not included.
Recommended Motors (with egg): B6-2, C6-3, C11-3, D12-3, E9-4
Recommended Motors (no egg): B4-2, B6-2, C6-5, D12-5, E9-6
The Estes Eliminator is a super high performance model rocket design intended for high altitude, cloud punching flying on our powerful E engines! The rocket is almost 31 inches tall and features purple wrapped body tubes and a one piece molded fin set that can handle all the power an E can deliver. A bright yellow nose cone sits atop the rocket while the tribal looking self-stick decals add to its visibility...which you're going to need as the E engine pushes this beast up to 1,400 feet.
Assembly of this high performance hot rod takes about an hour. When completed you'll be ready for the flight pad for some serious high altitude, blistering fast model rocket flying. Recovery is accomplished using a colorful 12 inch, preassembled parachute for soft landings. Includes an adapter that allows you to quickly convert from E to D engine power.
The EPM-010 features swept forward fins with outer navigational pods for interplanetary space travel. Its long slender design will reward you with straight, out-of-site flights. This hot-looking rocket floats back to earth on a pre-assembled 12 inch parachute. Standard Engine powered, the EPM-010 soars to over 900 feet.
Simple to build, the Equinox needs about an evening of your time, white or yellow glue, and paint. Standing just 15 inches (38.1 cm) tall, this jewel can soar up to 1,575 (480 m) feet!
This one is simple to build yet impressive in looks! The Equinox is sure to get noticed at the flying field.
The Estes Expedition takes to the skies on C, D or E motors. Standing just over two-feet tall when assembled, the Expedition features laser-cut fins, water-slide decals and an 18" parachute.
At almost four-foot in length, the two-stage Estes Extreme 12 flies on D and E motors. The Extreme 12 can reach heights of almost 2,000 feet! Laser-cut wood fins and waterslide decals contribute to the quality of this kit.
The Estes Fletcher is a sleek, arrow-like rocket designed to soar to over 325 feet on mini engines. The cool black and blue styling gives this rocket a unique look.
The Estes Flip Flyer is an easy-to-assemble kit featuring parachute and helicopter recovery. The nose of the rocket returns to earth under a parachute while the body deploys rotors and returns like a helicopter.
The Freefall is easy to assemble and includes a parachute man with his own parachute for recovery. Standard engine powered, the Freefall can reach 575 feet.
The Estes Fusion X-25 is a cool Skill Level 1 rocket with a unique fin design. A show stopper, the Fusion X-25 was designed with the new rocketeer in mind. The Fusion X-25 is simple to build yet impressive on the launch pad. Launched on standard Estes motors, this rocket can reach heights over 1100 feet.
With a multi-fin design resembling a surface-to-air missile, the Guardian is a Skill Level 2 rocket with parachute recovery.
The Hi-Flier XL is an upsized replica of the #1 selling Estes Hi-Flier! Powered by C11, D and E engines, this sporty rocket can reach amazing heights.
Estes's 1/14th scale Honest John flies on an E motor to an altitude of about 1400 feet then returns to earth via parachute.
The Estes Interceptor is a simple build which flies on inexpensive mini-engines! Standing over 21 inches tall, the Indicator reaches 200 feet on an A10-3T engine.
The Interceptor is another re-release of a classic Estes kit from the 1970s. Estes, however, has upgraded this kit with improved parts making it easier to build than ever.
This kit is out-of-production and supplies are limited.
Estes's JBR-013 features laser-cut wood fins which you assemble. The JBR-013 flies on standard engines and can reach heights of 775 feet.
The Estes Jetliner will remind long-time rocketeers of the Goonybirds series of rockets from the 1970s.
The Laser Lance stands over 20 inches tall and can reach heights of 925 feet. A military-style model, it's sure to be a crowd pleaser!
The Estes Loadstar II is a great rocket with great performance. This two-stage rocket includes a large payload section.
Powered by the more-economical Estes mini-engines, the Lynx is a challenging kit to build that will reward you with its futuristic style and great flights.
Big and strong, the Maxi Alpha 3 can reach an altitude of more than 700 feet when flying on an E9-6 motor.
The Estes Mean Machine is a staggering 6 1/2 feet tall. It provides slow majestic flights.
The Mean Machine comes with an adapter that allows it to be launched with either with D or E engines. Estes has updated this classic with a connector that allows the rocket to be broken down into two sections for easier transportation and storage.
This product is now out-of-production and quantities available may be limited.
The Mega Moquito is an upscale of the classic Estes Mosquito. Parts to build an original-size Mosquito are also included.
Estes's scale model of the Liberty Bell 7 Mercury spacecraft and its Redstone booster features plastic parts, wooden fins, and waterslide decals.
Estes has produced a smaller version of its classic Fat Boy model rocket kit. The Mini Fat Boy flies on 13mm motors and features parachute recovery.
The Estes Mini Honest John is a mini-engine-powered sport scale model of the U.S. battle field artillery missile. The kit features a detailed molded nose cone and laser-cut balsa fins. Simple to build, the resulting model features plenty of detail that you will be proud to display.
Standing 22-inches tall, the Monarch is a big and bold beginner's rocket. The Monarch features laser-cut balsa fins and waterslide decals.
Looking for your first two-stage rocket? Consider the Estes Mongoose. Plastic one-piece fin units make assembly quick and easy.
The Estes Nike Smoke is a 1/10th scale flying model of the Nasa sounding rocket developed in the 1960s to explore the behavior of horizontal winds in the upper atmosphere.
This fun No. 2 Skywriter rocket looks like a wooden pencil. The Skywriter includes colored body tubes, fins, and nose cone, so assembly is quick and easy.
The Estes Odyssey is a futuristic rocket powered by 24mm motors. Packed with Sci-Fi details, the Odyssey is a challenging, Skill Level 5 kit.
This one-tenth scale model of the Army's M-104 Patriot air defense missile features authentic decals and parachute recovery.
The Payloader II was a popular kit marketed by Centuri from about 1965 to 1981. Estes has re-issued and updated this classic kit.
Estes produced the Pegasus kit from about 1993 through 1995. The quickly-bulit rocket requires no painting.
This is an out-of-production kit.
Based on the classic Centuri Phoenix Bird kit from the late 1970s, the new Estes Phoenix Bird features through-the-wall fins and self-stick foil decals.
The Estes Photon Disruptor kits is a "Classic Series" re-issue of the "21st century Star Fleet missile" which was originally released in 1991.
The Estes Photon Probe is a "Classic Series" re-issue of a futuristic kit which was originally released in 1991.
One-eyed, one-horned flying purple ... oops ... wrong flying purple thing! This is the flying purple crayon rocket from Estes. It arrives assembled and pretty much ready to fly.
The Estes Purple Planet Crayon flies up to 500 feet on a standard C motor.
The Estes Plasma Probe captures the futuristic design of Centuri kits from the 1970s.
This ready-to-fly rocket incudes a twist-on fin unit which also holds the motor in place for flight. This crayon-themed rocket stands 20" tall.
This is a small, exotic model rocket kit. Powered by economical mini motors, the Puma is a challenging kit to build.
Don't let the looks fool you with this Skill Level 4 kit. It may look like it's simple to build, but what's under the paint will surprise you! Each simulated air intake/fin assembly is constructed from 12 interlocking laser cut balsa pieces.
The easy-to-assemble Estes Reflector has a large payload section, laser-cut fins, and waterslide decals.
The Renegade-D is a futuristic space pirate vehicle. This is truly a sleek, galactic-shaped, multi-fin beauty, and a must-have for all model rocket enthusiasts.
The Skill Level 3 kit has many innovative assembly features including a one-piece main body tube, laser-cut fins and wings, plastic wing pod, a cool molded canopy nose cone, and a pirate-themed waterslide decal set. This rebel is a real standout at the launch field! Great looks aren't all this outlaw has. When launched with a powerful Estes D12-5 engine, this smoking hot, high flying spacecraft can reach heights over 850 feet. This cruiser slowly descends on a large, colorful 18-inch (46 cm) pre-assembled parachute.
This kit is no longer being produced by Estes. Quantities are limited.
This Skill Level 1 rocket is part of Estes's "Basic Builder Series."It is simple to build and paint, but features distinctive Air-to-Air missile styling. The Ricochet flies up to 1125 feet on a C motor.
Rocket Red is a RTF crayon-themed rocket. It stands almost 20" tall and features a twist-on fin section.
Estes's Satellite Silver rocket is styled like a flying crayon. Just insert an engine, twist on the fin unit, attach the shock cord to the nose cone, and you are ready for launch.
A couple of minutes of your time and you are on the flying field ready to blast off. Standing almost 20 inches tall, this rocket goes well over 500 feet.
The Estes Scorpion is a futuristic mini-engine powered rocket.The kit features laser-cut wood fins, waterslide decals, and a parachute for recovery.
The ultra-cool Estes Screaming Eagle looks great sitting in the hanger, but screams to be out soaring with the other eagles. Let this bird out of his cage and experience the thrill of flying with a stealthy hunter. The Screaming Eagle soars to nearly 600 feet using standard model rocket engines. After each flight, the Screaming Eagle lands softly under a bright 12-inch preassembled parachute, making for an enjoyable afternoon of bird watching.
This superbly-detailed rocket has awesome markings that will be the envy of all rocketeers. Great to fly or to display, the Estes Screaming Eagle features laser-cut balsa fins and waterslide decals.
Standing just over 20 inches tall, this mini engine powered rocket packs some punch when launched on an A10-3T. The Sequoia is quick off the launch pad and soars to 350 feet so you better keep your eyes open when it takes off.
Standing almost 3 feet tall, the Etses Shattered features a clear body tube in the middle of the rocket and a colorful parachute for recovery. Powered by standard engines, this easy-to-assemble rocket won't take long to build so you will have more time for fun.
The Estes Show Stopper is almost ready to fly when you receive it. It features a bright chrome body and files on 24mm C and D motors for impressive lift-offs.
The Estes Shuttle Xpress carries two gliding fighter shuttles to the skies for battle. At apogee, it releases the two fighter shuttles that glide back to earth. Using a standard engine, this rocket can soar to over 575 feet.
The booster rocket features a jet fighter look with plenty of scale detail and aerodynamic stability. The two shuttle fighters attach to the side of the booster and represent state of the art in stealth glider technology.
After launching on a standard engine, this powerful rocket can soar to over 575 feet where the fighters are deployed and can cruise for up to 200 feet. After the fighters separate, the booster floats gently down on a bright 12-inch preassembled parachute, ready for another exciting search and destroy mission!
The Shuttle Xpress is fromthe E2X (Easy to Assemble) series, which requires no painting and is easy to assemble in about an hour.
The Estes Sky Cruiser is an easy-to-assemble model rocket kit featuring a plastic fin unit and self-stick decals.
The easy-to-assemble Sky Twister features a nose cone with helicopter recovery. The nose cone deploys rotor blades and spins back to earth while the rest of the rocket returns under a parachute.
The Estes Sky Warrior takes off to over 800 feet on a C6-5 motor. With three unique fins and parachute recovery, the Sky Warrior is a worthy addition to your rocketry fleet.
The Solar Flare features a payload capsule and can be flown as a single stage or two stage rocket.
This flashy, two-stage rocket is sure to be the buzz of rocket enthusiasts everywhere, so why not be among the first to own one. This two-stage rocket stands over 28 inches tall. Its innovative ring design makes this rocket a one of a kind on any launch pad.
The Solar Flare is a Skill Level 2 rocket kit that features laser-cut balsa fins, high quality body tubes, clear payload section, and a plastic nose cone for a straight-forward assembly. The B or C powered booster stage has a tapered look and makes this rocket look like an intergalactic researcher. In addition to a two-stage rocket, you can fly the upper stage on an A10 mini engine without the booster. You're actually getting two extremely cool rockets in one kit.
This rocket features a colorful 12-inch preassembled parachute for the upper stage.
A sleek sport rocket standing 27 inches tall, the Solar Warrior is screaming to be added to your collection. This rocket can heights over 900 feet.
The Solar Warrior flies on C11 and D and engines and a bright 18-inch parachute brings it back to earth. Be the first in your neighborhood to get this hot rocket!
The Estes Space Eagle is simple to build and exciting to fly. Standing over 26 inches (66 cm) tall, the Space Eagle is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
The Star Stryker is a striking, but easy to build, rocket from Estes.
The Starbase Starcruiser was produced by Estes in 1995 specifically for the US Department of Defense's STARBASE youth program.
STARBASE is an educational program, sponsored by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs. STARBASE students participate in challenging "hands-on, mind-on" activities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.
This kit is still in the original, plain plastic bag, packaging. It features a plastic fin set and a large, self-stick decal sheet.
The STM 012 is a sporty, 24mm-powered bird. It features a slotted body tube and waterslide decals.
The Stormcaster is one of the largest Skill Level 1 rockets. It's an impressive 30 inches tall with sleek good looks.
A Skill Level 1 kit, the Stratocruiser looks massive but is an easy builder. Use the really cool color scheme shown or create your own! Either way, the waterslide decals included add a nice finishing touch to your rocket.
Launched on standard Estes Engines, this rocket can reach heights of 725 feet. A preassembled parachute makes for a soft landing. Repack the parachute, grab a new engine and you're ready for another launch!
The Estes Super Neon XL is a large, impressive rocket. It's space-age multi-tube fin design provides superior flight stability and a one-of-a-kind look. The Super Neon XL is a gigantic, more-powerful upscaled version of the Estes Super Neon.
The Super Neon XL features laser cut wood parts, a high-quality wood nose cone, neon waterslide decals, and top quality Estes body tubes. These features combine to guarantee outstanding flight performance. Towering over most rockets at 37 inches, the XL lifts off on powerful Estes D and E engines. It returns smoothly to earth under a vivid 24-inch parachute.
The Estes Super Nova is a two-stage payload rocket. Feauring a clear payload section and parachute recovery, the Super Nova kit includes laser-cut wood fins.
Powered by C11, D12 and E9 engines, the Estes V2 kit is a flying scale model of the Aggregat-4 ballistic missile developed by the Germans during World War II. After the war, the US used the V-2 as a research rocket to kick-start its rocket development program.
The launch photo shows a rocket built from this kit by Chris Michielssen (of the Model Rocket Building Blog). Chris cut the fins provided in the kit down slightly to closer match the ones on the real rocket and added details such as the servo pods on the fins.
Standing almost three feet tall, the Estes Vagabond can reach heights of 1275 feet. Launched on D and E engines, this rocket is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
Standing over two feet tall, the Estes Vector Force is a simple to build and finish rocket. The kit features high-quality laser-cut balsa fins, waterslide decals, and easy-to-follow instructions.
The next generation in planetary defense is the Xarconian Cruiser. It is capable of both planetary and space flight. The cruiser's Hyper-Plasma engine pods serve as booth propulsion and offensive weaponry.
Estes's flying model of this future interplanetary spaceship contains many details that a craftsman modeler will enjoy. This Skill Level 5 rocket flies over 500 feet and returns safely to earth under an 18-inch parachute.