The Original Stomp Rocket: Jr. Glow in the Dark 4-Rocket Kit (20005)
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- Junior Glow-in-the-Dark Stomp Rockets stand out against a dark sky!
- Kid-powered: You stomp on the launch pad to send these Stomp Rockets up to 100 feet in the air!
- Includes a Stomp Launch Pad and 4 foam Junior Glow Stomp Rockets
- No batteries required; super easy, fast assembly
- Ages 3 and Up
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Top Customer Reviews
The only real difference I found with the Ultra Stomp Rocket is that the foam rockets are a little larger. Other than that, the equipment is exactly the same. The Ultra Stomp Rocket advertises that rockets will soar as high as 200 feet (maybe because they are bigger and shaped slightly differently). The product lists age range as 8-12 years.
Both products list for a similar price. Refill Rockets for both the Junior and Ultra models come in varying colors and sell (at least on Amazon) for under $10.
Whether you buy the Junior Stomp Rocket (listed here) or it's sister product Ultra Stomp Rocket, you will be getting a fantastic toy! This toy is so simple - no assembly required, no batteries, just easy to use and loads of fun!
I first purchased the Junior Stomp Rocket for my 4 year old for christmas. He LOVED it! We had just had a snow storm, so we were delayed in taking the kit outside for a few days, but my son quickly modified the toy so that he holds the stomp pad under his arm and points the rocket and shoots the missiles around the house.Read more ›
When we went to buy a new one we got the Ultra. This was a mistake and here's why: The Ultra rockets are plastic. So they break and crack. They are a hard plastic. The Jr. rocket is all foam (nerf material) and it's nearly impossible to ruin them. I can tell very little difference in the actual flight height. And when we first got the Jr. rocket, my daughter (2 yrs old at the time) could stomp it just like her brother (well, not quite as much as her brother, but she was thrilled it went up some). So we went back and got the Jr. and my son is now 6 (my daughter 4) and they still play with it all the time. It's a hit when friends come over.
So I completely recommend the JR. Truth be told- I have one wrapped up in my car as I type for a birthday we're going to next week.
A lot of fun for all to stomp on and see how high it goes! Description is accurate, though I did not see if it glowed or not. Doesn't matter. 5 stars!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The stand is ridiculous, what a disappointment!! The stomper is great but the stand keeps coming apart. So every stomp or 2 I have to fix the stand for the kids. What a pain!Published 1 day ago by susan wolff
My kids loved it! Great fun activity to get them outside and moving! Would recommend to anyone w/ kids but make sure you have plenty of space as it goes very high up and we had... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Angelica S.
Simply fun! It must be sturdy; 6 boys from 3 years old -18 played with this for hours, and it didn't break ! They each gave it a workout . Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kathleen Pfeiffer
We got this for my boys and loved it so much that we bought one for my nephew as well. Young kids may need some help putting the stand together, but they can do the rocket part... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Trisha
My 4 year old Grandson received this for his birthday in July. He and his brothers who are 5 and 7 have had a blast with it. They all play with it every day. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Readsalot
We got one as birthday gift in Chicago. The unopened sealed box had only 2 foam rockets.Published 4 days ago by Kat