Rocket kits and ready-to-fly rockets, starter sets, launch sets, rockets for beginners and expert builders, high-power rockets.
Excellent scale flying replica of the famous North American X15, the fastest manned rocket aircraft. This model of X15 uses 29mm motors and is made up of numerous vacuum formed plastic parts for precise reproduction to the tiniest detail.
Mid-power model for 29 mm E and F engines. It can also use 24mm and 18mm motors with adapters.
Scale model of the Chinese Long March 2F (CZ-2F) spacecraft that took the Shenzhou spacecraft, the first Chinese spacecraft to bring men into orbit, into space. For motors type A, B, C and D9. Very easy to build, with numerous plastic parts.
This Estes Saturn 1B is a stunning 1:100 replica of the famous rocket of the Apollo era. Rich of parts to be assembled, this kit is a real fun to build and fly, and can be also a wonderful static model.
Complete set that includes a Space Corps Centurion model rocket, a launch pad and a launch controller. The Estes Centurion space fighter is almost ready to fly.
The Destination Mars Longship is part of the Estes Destination Mars series of model rockets representic a futuristic vision of how the Mars exploration vehicles could be. This rocket is over Over 68 cm tall and powered by D and E engines, this detailed model is impressive on display and on the pad.
This exotic model rocket is a “replica” of a futuristic jetpack envisioned as a way to rapidly travel between surface habitats on Mars. It really flies!
The Estes Star Hopper is a no-glue, no-paint Beginner-Level kit that you can build and launch all in the same day.
Minimum diameter model rocket, designed for extremely high flights with small motors (18 mm)
A magnificent 1/100 scale replica of the last Saturn V launched by NASA, to carry the first inhabited orbital space station, the Skylab. Exciting launches with 29 mm E and F engines, and spectacular three-parachute recoveries.
Beautiful two-motors model rocket for 24 mm motors type C11, D, E and F
Mid-power flying replica of the American Doorknob sounding rocket for nuclear tests.