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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Features. Estes Cox Corp-Estes Flying Model Rocket Kit. Estes offers model rockets and rocket kits in a variety of sizes shapes colors and skill levels. Enjoy the fun of building a model rocket and the excitement of launching it into the sky. This package contains one Hi-Flier rocket kit. Assembly required skill level 1. Needed to fly but not included are glue or plastic cement paint finishing supplies engines igniters wadding and a launch system. Recommended for ages 10 and up
How high will a High-Flier go? The answer is OUTTA SIGHT. No one knows for sure. Or maybe you do? The Estes Hi-Flier is an ultra high performance model rocket with tons of attitude. Be sure and keep your eye on this stream-lined missile as it climbs to amazing heights over 1,600 ' (488 m), OK, we told you, and recovers with a fluorescent orange streamer. Watch it climb and climb and climb and well, you get the idea. The Hi-Flier is a Skill Level 1 kit that can easily be built in one afternoon. This sleek rocket stands a full 12 " (25.4 cm) tall and features laser cut balsa fins, one piece body tube and a plastic nose cone for outstanding durability. This trim, high flying rocket launches on any of our powerful Estes standard engines. The Hi-Flier is one of the most extreme, super performance model rockets you can own. A must-own addition to all Estes high flyers’ fleets. Building tools, finishing supplies and Estes launch supplies required — sold separately. Recommended for age 10 and up with adult supervision for those under 12.
Good price. I love these little rockets. Wish they had more, I would have bought several. They fly so high they often get lost. Read morePublished 17 days ago by David D. Forster
First flight with the A engine went perfect. 2nd flight a few days later with the C engine and it disappeared into the clouds never to be seen again. My son thinks it's in space. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jamison Garland
No engine clip which was annoying, this caused the engine to blow itself out rather than deploying the recovery system, because of the weighted nose the rocket free fell and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Stephen Hills
Slightly smaller than I had anticipated, and we had to put the entire rocket together including paint. That is why the price seemed too good to be true.Published 4 months ago by R. Moretti
Use a C6-5 motor in this little rocket and set some height records. It comes with a white tube and cap, and the fins are raw balsa wood. Paint, sanding and glue are needed.Published 6 months ago by James N Houck
my son loved it . made 18 launches before my son and i
lost it in 4mph wind .this thing goes out of sight with c-7 you don't see it until about 1000 ft or so i would add a... Read more