Phantom Display Model Rocket
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Phantom

Sku: 001207
$21.99
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What better way to present the inner workings of a rocket and to help explain how rockets work than the Phantom Display Model Rocket Kit.

 

Overview

The Estes Phantom model rocket is a great choice for classroom experiments, demonstrations, and displays. Besides, the clear plastic parts provide a realistic look at the rocket engine components and workings. Moreover, the Phantom is the perfect choice for all your classroom rocketry needs, with its sleek design and easy assembly.

Here are some additional features of the Estes Phantom model rocket:

  • Clear plastic parts. The Phantom's clear plastic parts that allow you to see the inner workings of the rocket engine. Ideal for training purposes, the Phantom allows students to closely examine the rocketry and aerospace engineering parts.

  • Easy assembly. The Phantom requires only 1 hour of time and a bit of glue to assemble. Thus, making it a simple and genuine rocket to put together. This means that you can get it ready for your classroom rocket experiments or displays in no time at all.

  • Display only. It's important to note that the Estes Phantom model rocket is designed for display only and is not a flying model. However, its realistic design and clear plastic parts make it a great choice for demonstrating the workings of a rocket engine in a classroom setting.

The Estes Phantom model rocket is an excellent choice for educators looking to engage students in rocketry and aerospace engineering. With its clear plastic parts and easy assembly, this model rocket is a great tool for classroom experiments, demonstrations, and displays. So why wait? Get your Estes Phantom model rocket today and inspire the next generation of rocket scientists!

Technical Specifications

  • Recommended Engines

Included cutaway engine only. Non-flying model
  • Launch System

Not Intended for Flying
  • Projected Max Altitude

Not Intended for Flying
  • Recovery System

9 in. (22.9 cm) Parachute
  • Length

12.1 in. (30.7 cm)
  • Diameter

0.98 in. (24 mm)
  • Weight

1.3 oz. (36.9 g)
  • Fin Material

Molded Plastic

Needed to Build (sold separately)

Scissors, pencil, ruler, fine sandpaper, carpenter's glue and plastic cement.
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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Shane
An invaluable teaching tool that’s just as easy to put

An invaluable teaching tool that’s just as easy to put together as advertised. 5 stars just for this.
Despite being clearly marked as a non-flying model, it is perfectly capable of being loaded, packed, flown, and recovered in a safe manner. Mine survived 10 flights on 1/2A6-2, A8-3, and B4-2 motors. It should be noted, however, that each ejection produced more and more melting, warping, and cracking of the plastic body tube, to the point where it blew open at the spot where the body tube glues to the green adapter ring on its 11th flight. No parachute deployment. I’m not sure if I’m willing to try to repair it after that, even with a second kit lying around to provide spare parts.
So yes, you *can* fly it, but you’re probably better off letting this one sit on the display stand and letting an Alpha III handle the flight duties. It’s pretty much identical, save for paper motor mount and body tubes that won’t melt and will survive a lot more flights.