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 Alpha has introduced many millions to model rocketry since its introduction more than 35 years ago. Easy-to-build, the Alpha looks great and flies great.
The Alpha is a classic Skill Level 1 kit. It includes a one-piece body tube, laser-cut wood fins, and an aerodynamic nose cone.
Building the Alpha takes about an afternoon. When powered with a C engine, the rocket can reach altitudes of 1,000 feet. Recovery is accomplished with a colorful 12-inch preassembled parachute.
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.
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 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!
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.
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 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.
The Estes Hi-Flier is one of the most extreme, super performance model rockets you can own. The Hi-Flier can easily be built in one afternoon. The Estes Hi-Flier isis capable to flights over 1,600 feet and recovers with a fluorescent orange streamer.
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.
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.
Estes produced the Reliant from about 1993 to 1997. It's a nice-looking Skill Level 1 rocket with die-cut fins.
This kit is out of production and supplies 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.
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.
Estes produced the Space Racer kit from about 1991 to 1996. This out-of-production kit is a small, easy-to-build rocket with a plastic nose cone.
The Star Stryker is a striking, but easy to build, rocket from Estes.
The Estes Super Neon features special "tubular flight stabilizers" which will make this rocket a favorite to build and fly. Watch the Super Neon model rocket soar to heights of almost 1000 feet using standard Estes motors.
The Estes Viking rocket offers 48 possible fin configurations and flies on standard model rocket engines. The Viking is a good kit for the beginner.