Phantom Blue, Multi

(12 customer reviews)

$20.99

Last updated on April 14, 2024 7:06 am Details
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Description

  • There’s no thrill quite like launching a model rocket, watching it streak skyward, reach peak altitude, and then return gently to earth. When you build them, the thrill is even better than ever. Thanks to Estes model rocketry, kids can explore the wondrous world of science while experimenting with different combinations of rockets, engines and accessories to better understand how rockets reach outer space.
  • SKILL LEVEL: The Phantom Blue is an easy-to-assemble, Beginner level rocket with pre-colored parts.
  • RECOMMENDED ENGINES: A8-3, B4-4, B6-4, C6-5, C6-7
  • PROJECTED ALTITUDE: 1150 ft. (351 m) on a C6-7
  • ESTIMATED ASSEMBLY TIME: 1 Hour (paint and glue drying time not included)

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Additional information

Brand

Estes

Product Dimensions

19.4 x 0.98 x 19.4 inches

Release date

January 1, 2018

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Item model number

2483

Country of Origin

China

International Shipping

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

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.

Model Name

2483 Phantom Blue Model Rocket Kit, E2X

Age Range Description

10 and up

Style

Kit

Number of Pieces

1

Item Weight

1.44 ounces

Included Components

Estes Rockets 2483 Phantom Blue Model Rocket Kit, E2X

Material

Plastic

Item Dimensions LxWxH

19.4 x 0.98 x 19.4 inches

Theme

Nature, Nautical, Holiday, Cosmic, People, Science Fiction, Vehicles

Color

Multi

Manufacturer

Estes

12 reviews for Phantom Blue, Multi

  1. Coop1790

    Important that when you glue on the base to the tube, make sure the fins do not block the race where the launch pole inserts.

  2. Ty13

    Sleek. Tall. Easy to put together. This rocket shot straight up in the air leaving a white streak trail behind it, which helps you to follow where it is. The parachute deploys flawlessly. But make sure you’re in a LARGE AREA. The atmospheric breeze carried our rocket to who knows where. But it was still awesome for me and my
    7yr old.

  3. Sherry Plymale

    Amazing the kids loved it, easy to build and lots of fun.

  4. TeeHud313

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     Works really well, we flew it five times on the first day with the C6-5 motors and had no issues. The rocket flew straight and true and very high. My 5 y/o helped me build and launch it, and he had a blast! I would recommend to anyone with kids.

  5. Deb C.

    Preassembled fins and guide tubing pre attached and best I’ve seen. Best value for the money I know of.

  6. James

    Has been great so far. Survived multiple launches with c sized motor. Super easy build

  7. Ty13

    My son & I built this rocket in just a short time. It’s pre-painted and the plastic parts are pretty good quality. Everything fit together well and actually feels stronger than our first rocket that came with the launch kit. I especially love how the engine compartment unscrews. The only reason I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars is the packaging clearly shows the rocket as white and blue. But as you can tell from my pictures, it is actually a silver tube. Not a big deal, but it’s just odd. If your kid specifically wants that color they’ll be disappointed. Otherwise it still looks great and is solid. Just misrepresented colors on the box.

  8. Deb C.

    Assembly was easy. Always make sure you have the necessary tools and read the instructions. Once we got to launch we used the recommended “first launch” engine to gauge the direction it would land towards. Next we put in the C engine to get that altitude high… Not going to lie we lost sight of the rocket for a few seconds. Don’t panic… keep an eye in the general area and soon enough you hopefully see the parachute helping the rocket fall gently to the surface.

  9. Ben P.

    Built but haven’t flown yet.

  10. Juan C Ramirez

    Not very much in the box, no rocket motor, launch pad,
    It did fly,
    But unable to recover it,
    Just built my next rocket from Clin film roll and a few beer cans,

  11. Dave

    Bought it in the same purchase as another rocket (the Taser), so we got to do a comparison. The Phantom Blue was the clear winner. Assembly was easier, as the fins guide into slots that leave no gaps (the Taser did) so they did not move when we launched it. A note in the instructions prompted us to put some tape inside the nosecone to make it snug, which was a good suggestion, and the retention strap came already fastened to the fuselage (on the Taser we had to glue it in). The Phantom has flown straight and true on every launch, with perfect parachute deployment every time as well. Can’t wait to use a more powerful engine.

  12. Andrew

    Easy to prepare, launch, and flies very high! Great fun.

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