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Educational Rockets 3

<b>READY TO FLY</b> Deluxe Eridanus <br />Quality Set & 6 Motors 1

Klima's first "all-in" Ready to Fly set is a rugged high flyer

Vital Statistics

Length: 480mm
Diameter: 26mm
Weight: 60g
Recovery: poly chute
Recovery upgrade: Starter Set or Kit B
Glue: not required
Launch gear: Klima Pad and Launch Controller included
Recommended Motors: A6-4, B4-4, C6-7 or (gulp) D9-7

When we say all-in we mean ALL-IN. Nothing more to buy to fly this model rocket kit six times... or more with the addition of more motors and wadding. One tiny detail (attaching the parachute) is all that stands between you and launching right after you open the box.

In the box we have a six pack of A6-4 motors and Klima's new Mark 2 electrical igniters. We also throw in a fresh Industrial Energizer 9V PP3 battery. The Klima Launch Controller will also take a second battery if needed (e.g. winter flying).

Pick your next pack of motors depending on the flying area you have. The bundled A6-4 motors will take Eridanus to 45 meters. B4-4s will get you to 140 meters and the C6-7 takes your missile to 360 meters. On a calm day and a large recovery field, a D9-7 may exceed 700 meters... hoping you like long recovery walks with that last one!

The Klima Air Launcher launch pad is far more sturdy that the "other model rocket kit maker" and will accept a 6mm rod when you graduate to bigger and more powerful rockets like the cluster-powered Klima Proxima, Europa or Solar Flare

More dear than those others? Yup. But you get what you pay for and this set is the one to choose if being a rocketeer is more than just a passing fancy!

Why not get better value from the courier carriage with additional motors (recommendations above). You'll need more ejection wadding, too!

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