001751 – Alpha III® Bulk Pack (12 pk)

$129.99

Bulk Pack – Beginner Skill

(Formerly Easy to Assemble)

The Alpha III is the best rocket to use with new Estes rocketeers. This E2X – Easy to Assemble rocket has a one piece plastic fin unit that makes building it almost foolproof. This cool, black and orange Estes favorite is a reliable, high performance rocket for kids of all ages.

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Description

Bulk Pack – Beginner Skill

(Formerly Easy to Assemble)

Alpha III is our most popular beginning level rocket. It’s the E2X – Easy to Assemble version of the classic Estes Alpha rocket. No painting and no modeling experience required for this one. This jet black rocket has a bright orange plastic nose cone and fin unit that make for easy, quick assembly. Finishing the Alpha III is a breeze with the self-stick decals.

You’ll need the Electron Beam Launch Controller and the Porta-Pad II Launch Pad to launch this favorite. Alpha III uses standard Estes engines (A, B, or C engines) for propellant and is recovered with a 12 inch parachute. If you want outstanding performance flight after flight, the Alpha III is it!

Additional information

Length

12.3 in. (31.1 cm)

Diameter

.98 in. (25 mm)

Estimated Weight

1.2 oz. (34 g)

Construction

Molded Plastic Fins, Self-stick Decals, Parachute Recovery

Projected Max Altitude

1100 ft. (335 m)

Age Recommendation

Estes model rocketry is recommended for ages 10 and up with adult supervision for those under 12. Unless otherwise specified, all models require assembly. Tools, construction and finishing supplies sold separately. In order to launch, a launch system, model rocket engines, starters and recovery wadding are required – sold separately-unless otherwise specified.

3 reviews for 001751 – Alpha III® Bulk Pack (12 pk)

  1. Johnboy

    we use em in camp

    in civil air patrol, a cadet program for the air force, we use these for aerospace education. we use only A engines as we are on an airport so we needed low flying stable rockets. these were what we got paid for by the us air force.

  2. Jay

    Great for cub scouts

    This kit was the perfect difficulty level for my Weblos Cub Scouts. The fins are already configured, so you don’t have to try and get them alinged. That means that they are easy to build and more importantly, fly straight. They are also much sturdier rockets and survive falls very well. I build one that has been launched at least a dozen times and is still going strong. I would recommend using a streamer in place of the included parachute if the day is windy and your field is not huge. The rocket is hardy enough to survive the fall.

  3. Hunter

    My school recently ordered this bulk.

    They were very satisfied how everyone got their own instruction manual and All the students had lots of fun!

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