No tricks here – just the most magical, high flying rocket in the Kingdom! The Estes Wizard is an easy to build, high performance Skill Level 1 rocket that’s perfect for beginners, schools, clubs and rocket demonstrations. This trickster can reach heights of 1,600 feet or more using powerful Estes engines. Rocketeers aged 10 and up can enjoy high-altitude thrills, with adult supervision for children under 12.
The Wizard is a great high altitude rocket for beginners, schools, clubs and rocket demonstrations.
This trickster can reach heights of 1,600 feet!
3, 2, 1, Lift Off!
Conjure up hours of high-altitude flying with your Wizard rocket. Known for casting spells on all who own it, this enchanted wand of a rocket is a great first or second kit that creates launch magic every time. One minute he’s on the pad, then the next…poof…he’s in the air! Standing 12 inches tall the unique streamer recovery brings this mystic rocket back to the launch site for hours of continued fun. Adding to your growing fleet of Rockets? Check out another high-flying favorite, the Rascal Ready to Fly Model Rocket Kit.
Blast Off to Learning Fun
In addition to the excitement and entertainment it provides, rocketry also has significant educational value. Model rockets transform kids into amateur rocket scientists, encouraging them to think about how the rockets work. Rocket building teaches kids the basics of propulsion, flight, and aerodynamics, and can help foster an early interest in science and engineering. Some painting, gluing and sanding are required for the Wizard. Quality Estes body tubes, laser cut wood fins, molded plastic nose cone and easy to apply self-stick decals make for an afternoon of building enjoyment with this Skill Level 1 kit.
The Wizard requires an Estes Launch System and Estes engines for the launch (not included). Start with a ½ A6-2 or A8-3 engine for the first flight. Use an Estes A8-5, B4-4, B6-4, B6-6, C6-5 or C6-7 engine for subsequent flights. 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, recovery wadding and four ‘AA’ alkaline batteries are required – sold separately unless otherwise specified. Read all instructions before beginning. Make sure you have all parts and supplies required. Test fit all parts before applying glue. Sand as necessary for precision assembly. Product color and shape may vary. When launching, stand back as far as the launch controller cord will allow (15 feet). Rocketry is not intended for indoor use. Choose a large field (500 feet), free of dry weeds and brown grass. Launch only with little or no wind and good visibility.
What’s In The Box?
Estes body tubes, laser cut wood fins, molded plastic nose cone, self-stick decals, streamer recovery and instructions.
Requires some painting, gluing and sanding for the end result of hours of fun!
Great beginner kit
Laser cut balsa fins
Standard engine powered
Flies over 1600′