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D+L Company Ultra Stomp Rocket Kit with Ultra Rocket Refills
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- Multiple award winner , preferred choice award, iparenting media award for best product
- By the orignal creator of the stomp rockets
- Ultra kit comes w/ 4 rockets and an extra ultra stomp rocket refill normally sold separately
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Used and abused, and still works. The tripod stand is not a technical marvel, but it works (the thing comes apart all the times...) Other than that, just keep on stomping... Oh, it came with additional rockets - hurray!
Update (6 months later) - Downgraded to 3 stars. This is a fun toy, BUT it won't be fun for long... After a few months of abuse it finally gave up. The tripod is indeed the weakest link here, and of course this is the part that died. I tried using some wood to build one myself, but it just wasn't working... So we bought from a local store a model similar to this one: Marky Sparky Blast Pad Advanced Missile Launch System What a difference!!!! It is so much durable, powerful, and better designed. We gave several as gifts in the mean time and it is always a success with the kids. So don't waste you money on the Ultra Stomp and get the Blast Pad!
I really liked that this kit had two extra rockets. The launch stand can be adjusted so that the angle of launch can be changed. The rockets can go straight up or can be sent down the street. We have lots of trees on our street, so rockets do end up in trees. Rockets also end up on roofs. They eventually come down. Even though the rockets from our previous kit spent many days/nights in the trees/on the roofs, they are still in great shape. The rockets are soft but durable. The part you stomp on is also very durable.
This is not the only brand of rockets we have had. We have had two others that I can think of and the Ultra Stomp Rocket is the best. It is easy for kids to use by themselves. The recommended age on this toy if 6+. However, I found that my 4 year old was able to play with it if she had either her older sibling or a parent to help a bit. She needed help to aim it in the right direction. She also needed help stomping if she wanted it to go really far. She was able to get it to go high enough on her own to make her jump with joy.
My family highly recommends this toy.
Overall, a quality toy that is fun for all ages and genders to play with. (Even parents have fun!)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 4 year old girl and 6 year old boy both love this set. Its super fun to watch them get the rocket higher.Published 1 month ago by Patricia Summers
I got this for my Grandson (5 yrs. old), he loves it! It's safe, keeps him busy too!Published 1 month ago by Sue
At a family reunion, I watched as the children ignored other toys and gathered around the Stomp rocket. Its rare to see this happen with one toy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by RuskitD
These things are great! I give them to boys and girls and everyone loves them.Published 1 month ago by Linda Young
I bought this to use as a demo for my physics class. It worked wonderfully!! The kids loved it, and it was a great tool for mechanics review.Published 3 months ago by Lynn Jorgensen
This product is made very cheap. The base does not stay together once assembled and needs to be duct taped or put back together after every use. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Melanie H