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Weight (oz) in range 2.15...2.25

    Big Bertha Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Big Bertha Model Rocket Kit (2.2000)

    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.

    Space Eagle Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Space Eagle Model Rocket Kit (2.2000)

    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.

    Stratocruiser Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Stratocruiser Model Rocket Kit (2.2000)

    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!

    Little Green Man Model Rocket Kit

    Odd'l Rockets Little Green Man Model Rocket Kit (2.1500)

    From the fuzzy antenna on the top of his head to the bottom of his (three) feet, this little guy is out of this world. He looks friendly enough, but what's up with that raygun on his belt? Stand back as the Little Green Man takes flight!

    SPEV Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc SPEV Model Rocket Kit (2.2000)

    Semroc's "Space Exploration Vehicle" (SPEV) is based on the 1972 Estes kit.

    Starship Excalibur Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc Starship Excalibur Model Rocket Kit (2.2000)

    The Starship Excalibur was originally released as a plan from Estes in the late 1960s. This futuristic vision of a space liner flies up to 700 feet on a C motor. The kit includes seven precision-turned balsa nose cones, laser-cut parts, water-slide decals, and a parachute.



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