The Big Daddy is a real head-turner at the launch field! From the Skill Level 2 Series, not only is it a classic but it has been redesigned to handle our super powerful E engines and can reach a cloud topping 900 feet. If you prefer to keep it suborbital, it will also fly extremely well on Estes C11 or D engines. Rocketeers aged 18 and up can enjoy this high-powered kit, with adult supervision for those under 18.
3, 2, 1, Lift Off!
BIG is better! Well in most things - big is better. Standing just under 20 inches tall and having a Big Daddy waist size of 3 inches, this high powered bullet is built to handle all the power you can stuff into the motor tube. The Estes rocket engineers have given the Big Daddy a contemporary new look and the biggest blow molded nose cones in the hobby. Whether launching on Estes E, C11 or D engines, this extreme rocket is returned safely on a colorful 24 inch preassembled parachute. Adding to your growing fleet of Rockets? Check out the brand new Mega Mosquito Level 2 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. Skill Level 2 is the first tier of more advanced kits that require beginner skills in model rocket construction, finishing and painting. Quality Estes body tubes, laser cut wood fins, molded plastic nose cone and waterslide decals make experience necessary to build this Skill Level 2 kit but the end result is worth the effort.
The Big Daddy requires a Porta-Pad E and E Launch Controller as well as Estes engines for the launch (not included). Estes C11-3, D12-3, D12-5 or E9-6 engines are recommended for all missions. 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.
Skill Level 2
Physically damaged product will not be accepted for return under any circumstances . No exceptions.