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Multi-Roc
Multi-Roc Kit
1329 Multi-Roc Glider
Multi-Roc Booster
Multi-Roc Rocket Launch
Estes Multi-Roc Parts

Multi-Roc™

Sku: 001329
$24.99
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Take your rocket-building skills to new heights with the Multi-Roc Estes Rocket! This booster rocket is a top-of-the-line booster rocket kit that provides six distinct methods of flying, including an all-balsa parasite glider. Whether you want to soar to 1200 feet as a multistage rocket or stay closer to the ground with a single stage launch, this kit has everything you need to make it happen. Plus, with the option to plug in a payload section and boost the glider to altitude, the sky truly is the limit.

Get ready for endless entertainment with the Multi-Roc Estes Rocket, the most versatile and exciting rocket kit on the market. For launching, you'll need the Estes Porta-Pad II Launch Pad and Electron Beam Launch Controller, as well as model rocket engines, starters, recovery wadding, and four AA alkaline batteries.

Order now and get ready to reach for the stars!

  • SKILL LEVEL: An Expert level kit, the Multi-Roc is intended for model rocketeers that have advanced building, finishing and model rocket launching skills.
  • RECOMMENDED ENGINES: Rocket Only : B6-4, B6-6, C6-5, C6-7; Two Stages : Rocket : B6-4, B6-6, C6-5, C6-7; Two Stages : Booster : B6-0, C6-0
  • PROJECTED ALTITUDE: 1200 ft. (366 m) on a C6-7/C6-0

Overview

The Multi-Roc Estes Rocket is the ultimate kit for those who want to experience the excitement of high-flying entertainment. With its versatile design, this rocket allows you to choose from six different ways to fly. You can opt for a single-stage launch for a closer-to-Earth experience, or you can fly up to 1200 feet with the booster rocket.

One of the most exciting features of the Multi-Roc Estes Rocket is its ability to release a glider at apogee. The all-balsa parasite glider included in the kit is a joy to fly, and the experience of watching it soar through the sky is truly unforgettable. This kit includes everything you need to fly, so you won't need to buy any additional parts.

Features and components of the Multi-Roc Estes Rocket:

  • Booster rocket
  • Payload section
  • All-balsa parasite glider
  • Six different flying options
  • Easy to assemble
  • Includes everything you need to fly
  • Fly up to 1200 feet
  • Suitable for all skill levels

Whether you're a seasoned rocketeer or a beginner, Multi Roc is a fantastic choice. With its versatility, durability, and endless options for high-flying entertainment, this rocket is sure to provide hours of fun and excitement for the whole family.

What You Need to Fly

Estes Porta-Pad II Launch Pad and Electron Beam Launch Controller, Estes model rocket engines, starters and recovery wadding.
Four 1.5V high quality AA alkaline batteries (sold separately)

Technical Specifications

  • Recommended Engines

Rocket Only : B6-4, B6-6, C6-5, C6-7
Two Stages:
Rocket : B6-4, B6-6, C6-5, C6-7
Booster : B6-0, C6-0
  • Launch System

Porta-Pad II
  • Projected Max Altitude

1200 ft. (366 m)
  • Recovery System

12 in. (30.5cm) Parachute
  • Length

25 in. (63.5 cm)
  • Diameter

0.98 in. (25 mm)
  • Weight

2.6 oz. (73.7 g)
  • Fin Material

Laser Cut Balsa Wood

Needed to Build (sold separately)

Scissors, pencil, ruler, fine sandpaper, carpenter's glue, plastic cement, hobby knife, masking tape, primer (white), paint (green, white), clear coat (optional).
This product recommended for children ages 10+ with adult supervision for those under 12, and rocketeers of all ages.

Customer Reviews

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Sam
Nice rocket..but

I bought the ‘big daddy’ rocket and it was an advanced rocket. It was fairly easy to me, so I decided to buy an expert level rocket. This one looked good to me, and I like the paint job. It also is 2 stages, and has a really cool glider. The rocket itself is fairly easy to assemble, but I think the glider is what makes the kit harder to build. You have to glue and angle the fins of the glider at an angle so it can fly right. The instructions give you little pieces you can lay the fins on, and let them dry at an angle. I tried that, and it isn’t easy at all. All it takes is a little movement and it will collapse, and you’ll have to start all over. Instead, I took 2 sanding blocks and the fins layed easily on them. You could also take 2 objects of the same height, and do that instead. Let them dry for 2 hours atleast, to ensure that they’re dry and won’t fall apart. Overall, this is a great kit for the price and I recommend it if you want a challenge.

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Kurt Gunther
I received this kit as a gift. I didn't expect

I received this kit as a gift. I didn't expect the glider to be all that impressive - but I was surprised how much I have enjoyed this rocket. The glider performs surprisingly well (didn't do anything special with it, just followed instructions and added the proper amount of nose weight). The glider circles perfectly (perhaps I got lucky?), and on each of the first two launches, it has landed near the sustainer. With my last launch, the glider was within three feet of the sustainer. I received cheers from the club at the launch with how close the glider landing was to the rocket.
I painted exactly as the catalog photo. The white paint on top was essential, it nearly glows in the sunlight as the glider circles. Otherwise, I might not be able to spot the glider as it circles. Carefully fit the booster engine into the booster stage - they must stay together! And carefully fit the sustainer engine into the sustainer. If you do this, as well as properly balance the glider, you will have very enjoyable flights. Be sure to have spotters to help track the pieces to aid recovery.
This rocket was far more fun than I expected, it has become one of my favorites to launch! (And yes, it isn't quite as configurable as supplied - but I didn't mind, I just always launch it with the payload section).

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Sean G
Best deal all around kit. Does all the things. The

Best deal all around kit. Does all the things. The glider design is ingenious, though I recommend you photocopy/scan the glider laser cut, because unless you have the wherewithal to install a miniature return-guidance system you WILL want to build another one when you lose the first, and you will. Also, if you slightly dampen the glider wings and gently warp them over an AA battery (or other some such cylinder), holding the bend with an elastic until the wings dry, you will end up with one nicely performing aerofoil