009707 – Pro Series II™ E2X Majestic™

$48.99

Pro Series II – Beginner

Chromed parts and a metallic body tube make this rocket EASY to track in the sky!

ATTENTION: Requires PS II Launch Base (3552) with 1/4″ launch rod or Porta-Pad E Launch Pad (2238) and E Launch Controller (2230) with 30′ of wire – Sold Separately

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Description

Pro Series II – Beginner

We just made the “big boy” toys easier than ever! Now available in our Easy to Assemble format, the Majestic has a chromed nose cone and fins. An awesome sight on the launch pad and in the sky! So easy track, regardless of how high it flies!

Additional information

Length

35.3 in. (89.7 cm)

Diameter

2 in. (5.1 cm)

Estimated Weight

9.6 oz. ( 272.6 g)

Construction

Plastic Fins, Self-stick Decals, Screw on Motor Retainer, 18 in. (46.cm) Nylon Parachute Recovery

Recommended Engines

E16-6, F15-6 (First Flight), F15-8

Projected Max Altitude

No Booster : 2000 ft. (610 m)

With Pro Series II Booster : 3000 ft. (914 m)

Age Recommendation

Estes Pro Series II engine powered rockets kits are recommended for ages 18 and up with adult supervision for those under 18. Unless otherwise specified, all models require assembly. Tools, construction and finishing supplies sold separately. In order to launch, a launch pad, model rocket engines, starters and recovery wadding are also required and sold separately-unless otherwise specified.

12 reviews for 009707 – Pro Series II™ E2X Majestic™

  1. Jonathan

    Just Plain Amazing

    on 02/18/2018 I shot this using a Composite 29mm G80-7T and I attached the booster that adds 1,000 feet (uses a F15-0 in the booster).

    We had to chase it for 9 miles (there were some slight SE winds that day).

    Glad I placed a GPS chaser in the rocket. It went close to 5,200 feet and we could not see it.

  2. Jeremy

    Great rocket

    The best rocket I have owned. Worth every penny. Tried putting an altimeter in to see how high it really goes, and it does not go the projected 2000. Altitude on an F15 is closer to 1500 single stage and and about 700 on an E16. Still an impressive altitude. Jolly Logic Chute Release is highly recommended with this rocket, otherwise you WILL have to walk to get it back. I would exercise caution when using the booster as it weathercocks in high winds. Trying to find a way to get it off the pad a little faster with the booster to minimize this. Can’t wait to plug a G74 composite in and see what it can really do.

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