009709 – Pro Series II™ E2X Trajector™

$44.99

Pro Series II – Beginner

Ready to fly in just a couple of hours!

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 Trajector is one cool space-ship looking rocket! Standing 35.3 inches tall, this rocket is really easy to see in the sky.

Additional information

Length

35.3 in. (89.7 cm)

Diameter

2 in. (5.1 cm)

Estimated Weight

10.7 oz. (303.3 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 : 1600 ft. (488 m)

With Pro Series II Booster : 2600 ft. (792 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.

6 reviews for 009709 – Pro Series II™ E2X Trajector™

  1. Jeremy

    Really nice rocket

    I bought this rocket as part of the bundle package along with the Mammoth and the Prowler and was really excited to put it together. The rocket itself is really cool looking with its starship-like appearance. The maiden flight was a close call with an E16-6 as the powerhouse. I think the delay was a little long and the motor was not powerful enough for the this particular rocket because it arced over and began plummeting back to earth before finally ejecting the nose cone below the 300 feet. I know that because I had the Jolly Logic Chute Release set to deploy at 300 feet and it was already open when it ejected. I highly recommend using F15 motors as the minimum power for this rocket. Also, be aware that the external pods on the fins are fragile. Mine took a hard landing on a paved pathway at the launch range and cracked one of the pods open. I was able to put the pieces back together with superglue, minus a few small pieces, but have yet to fly it following the repair. I’m sure she will fly again.

  2. Doug

    Cool and fun

    I really liked the “space fighter” look of this. So much I did a terrestrial camouflage over white paint scheme, with drawn in extra panel lines. Flew great!

  3. scott

    Great kit, better price.

    Awesome! thats all i can say about it. At less than $20, you have to have it. Very easy assembly, less than 1 hour build. Had a little trouble with air bubbles in the stickers, but thats my fault, i am not very good at applying them. I prefer decals. overall this kit is a 9.9 out of 10. Screams off the pad and out of sight!

  4. Louie (verified owner)

    cool rocket…

    Easy to assemble and looks good on the pad….Looking forward to its first flight.

  5. DannyMrmissile

    INTERCEPTOR ???

    It adds the feel of another updated Interceptor,,, just goes higher, faster, and makes a Lot more Noise ! Goes nice with my Vintage Interceptor,,, Interceptor II & Vindicator ! NICE.

  6. Lester

    Another one??

    Looks like Estes really likes that Interceptor nose cone. Here is now a 3rd rocket I am gonna need to get

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