With a possible 64 rocket combinations, and comprised of 45 parts, Estes’ Customizer Launch Set allows you to become the rocket designer you always wanted to be! It’s even possible to build a rocket over a metre tall with this fantastic box o'bits! Our pix show only two of the possible designs you can build with this set.
Combine the different coloured body tubes and moulded plastic parts, plus any combination of the 30 included self-adhesive decals, to create high-speed, high-altitude rockets or radical research craft! Blast your sister’s mini-dolls into the upper atmosphere with the clear payload section. Launch your favourite micro-car, sweets, etc., and watch them head into very low orbit!
This set is the rocket, controller and launch pad ONLY. Our Deluxe Launch Set includes everything you need for three flights like Electron Beam Launch Controller and Porta-Pad II Launch Pad, batteries, THREE motors and igniters, wadding, and even a tube of glue.
The weakest link in any standard rocket kit is the recovery system. Estes standard components are built to a low price, not a high level of durability. To be sure you get your rocket back we recommend Starter Set Upgrade Kits, an economical version of our Recovery Upgrade Kits that addresses the standard recovery components' short comings and is a bit kinder on the environment, too. For more information click HERE
Our full-on Recovery Upgrade Kits provide the highest level of durability. They are principally for rocket builders that value the time and skill they put into their birds. That's not to say that failing to get back a beloved Starter Set rocket is any less traumatic (especially if child disappointment is involved). For more information click HERE
Length, Diameter and Weight will vary depending on the rocket(s) built from the included components.
If you are not sure which stater set is best for you then CLICK HERE for an explanation of the important differences that can make one set perfect for one person and not-the-best for another. With our help, getting off to a great start in rocketry doesn't take a lot of "rocket science" ;-)