An affordable set to get your class or youth group to the launch pad. Bigger and better than Estes' Designer Special Set! Now the DELUXE version set has all you need to launch ten rockets!
According to one happy Ten Set user "The kits are fantastic, 100% success rate so far. They are so easy that even some teachers have been able put them together successfully!" ;-)
Our Deluxe set for schools features the Ten Set components for ten, we are including 12 A motors with igniters, a launch pad, launch controller with battery, glue AND recovery wadding... a value of more than £100! If you have a group of more than twenty, we'll work out a special price ;-)
The Ten Set is particularly suitable for schools, youth groups and for youth development clubs. This set contains prefabricated body tubes, plastic nose cones, printed parachutes, motor mounts, as well as material for the tail fins that you can cut and finish before attachment.
For the fins, 1:1 templates for a variety of different fin designs are included along with detailed assembly instructions. Each rocket can be highly customised by the pupil.
The imagination of kids knows no boundaries for decorating rockets :-) The white base models can be embellished using fiber tip pens, paint brush or spray cans. Decorative films or peel-and-stick stickers can also be used.
For safe landing (and re-launch) each model is equipped with a parachute. For smaller flying fields we also include streamer material.
Length: 470 mm
Diameter: 26 mm
Weight: about 33g
Glue: Gorilla Aliphatic Resin(wood glue), CA Gel
Launch equipment: standard
Motor recommendations: A6-4, B4-4, C6-5
Model rocketry is recommended for ages 10 and up with adult supervision for those under 12. Unless otherwise specified, all models require assembly. Tools, construction and finishing supplies sold separately. In order to launch, a launch system, model rocket engines, igniters and recovery wadding are required - sold separately-unless otherwise specified.
This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 24, May 2015.