Estes 810 220 Swift Flying Model Rocket Kit,Brown/A

(9 customer reviews)

$10.99

Last updated on February 24, 2024 5:13 am Details
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Description

  • Package length: 20.32 cm
  • Package width: 10.16 cm
  • Package height: 1.27 cm
  • Product Type: TOYS AND GAMES

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Additional information

Brand

Estes

Domestic Shipping

Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.

Release date

January 1, 2018

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Item model number

810

Country of Origin

China

International Shipping

This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More

Item Weight

0.634 ounces

Color

Brown/a

Product Dimensions

9.75 x 7.8 x 7.5 inches

Model Name

0810 220 Swift Rocket Kit, Skill Level 1

Number of Pieces

10

Included Components

Estes Rockets 0810 220 Swift Rocket Kit, Skill Level 1

Material

Plastic

Item Dimensions LxWxH

9.75 x 7.8 x 7.5 inches

Theme

Rocket,Games

Manufacturer

Estes

9 reviews for Estes 810 220 Swift Flying Model Rocket Kit,Brown/A

  1. master Irrigator

    I bought 12 of these for my Science porject and all of them needed a engine and a launching pad

  2. dgary566

    Used for an educational tool.
    The body of the rocket was crushed from shipping.

  3. Aaron

    It was relatively easy to assemble, all you really need yo do is glue the fins to the body of the rocket. It is entertaining to watch take off, but don’t expect to get it back. It is small, and just keeps going.

  4. Daniel Russo

    easy to build, took while to wait for paint to dry. we never saw it again after we launched it. it was too hard to watch and got lost in sun. should have painted it hot pink to find it. launched nice, but only got one launch out of it.

  5. james e peregoy ll

    Might be my fault for not reading carefully enough but I thought I was buying a rocket. This is a small piece of a functional rocket. Just a cardboard tube and fins.

  6. Mark S.

    One of the best starter rockets and I’m using it to introduce my grand children to model rocketry

  7. Mark S.

    Fun little kit. Good starter. I painted mine with finger nail polish just to see how I liked the colors. Much smoother than I expected.

  8. Aaron J. Grier

    such a tiny rocket, easily reaches 300ft with the smallest 1/4A engine. Make sure you paint it a bright color, or else you won’t be able to find it once it has fallen out of the sky! I couldn’t imagine being able to recover this if launched with an A10-3T.

    “tumble” recovery is also a bit of a misnomer. this always seems to turn into a lawn dart. it’s small and light, but I certainly wouldn’t want to be smacked in the head with it on the way down.

  9. arogop

    I bought this for my kids and it was easy to put together. We painted it up nice and look forward to launching it when the weather is good.

    Assembly was easy for us though it may not be the best “first rocket” project for a kid. This is a tumbler and I would recommend painting the nose cone before you glue it on which is a different order than the instructions.

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