NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Rocket Launcher for Kids – Patent-Pending Motorized, Self-Launching Air Rocket Toy, Launch up to 200 ft. with Safe Landing, an…

(10 customer reviews)


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  • TAKE OUTDOOR FUN TO NEW HEIGHTS – Our rechargeable, motorized, patent-pending rocket toy soars up to 200 ft. with up to 20 flights on a single charge.
  • 3 FLIGHT SETTINGS – Launch your rocket to 3 different heights with a simple push of a button. Your rocket will fly for shorter or longer depending on the mode selected, achieving more altitude the longer it flies!
  • EASY TO FLY WITH SAFE LANDING – The innovative design includes helicopter-like rotor blades that extend and safely return your motorized rocket to the ground.
  • EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO LAUNCH – This exciting kids outdoor toy includes launch pad, charging cable and decals for kids to give their electric rocket a custom look.
  • HIGH-QUALITY EDUCATIONAL TOYS – National Geographic is proud to make the highest quality hands-on science toys, and all our products are backed by exceptional service.

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Product Dimensions

5.2 x 5.2 x 12.01 inches

Item Weight

13.4 ounces

Country of Origin


Item model number



1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Release date

October 4, 2021


JMW Sales, Inc.

10 reviews for NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Rocket Launcher for Kids – Patent-Pending Motorized, Self-Launching Air Rocket Toy, Launch up to 200 ft. with Safe Landing, an…

  1. Rodney St.Amand

    The boys loved their rockets

  2. Omar Wehbe

    My kid absolutely loved it the most. Steady, easy to use and good time to spend with your kid

  3. Scott Weigel

    Easy to wrap.

  4. Michael mcleod

    It was allot of fun for my grandkids

  5. Usha Lal

    My daughter love this Rocket Ship. My only suggesting is at night would have been nice to glow or light up.

  6. Carolyn T.

    Did not assemble (gift) but few pieces to worry about. Both grandson and his Dad were excited and interested to try it out. Would suggest parent/child cooperation.

  7. jawoo

    Our 7 YO boy really likes this one. It’s easily our favorite Christmas gift of his this year too. It launches and flies on its own (with a propeller), in a spinning flight. When it gets as high as it’s going, up to 200 feet (which looks right based on our experience), the rocket body (styrofoam) flips out and it comes down softly, like a helicopter. It’s easy to catch and fun to watch for the whole family. The Nat Geo Power Rocket is lots more fun and much better than Stomp Rockets. It take about 30 mins to charge, but flies about the same amount of time. The only cons, preventing a 5 star review are: the stickers don’t like to stay on the styrofoam body panels, and those panels can be difficult to keep notched in place for launch. Sometimes they also come out of the notches during flight too, which causes the rocket to spin out of control and crash. Overall though, it’s a really good toy and highly recommended.

  8. Leslie Allen

    Kid loved it as a gift but putting it together it didn’t live up the advertisement but she still enjoyed it and I’m happy with that.

  9. Patricia Hunter

    I would have given this rocket a 5 star review except for the first arrived broken. However it was immediately replaced and I received it by Christmas! My grandson put it together and he loved the way it took off! So yes it’s a great gift for kids!!

  10. Inamur Rab

    Its a good gift for kids who are interested in engineering.

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