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A Water Rocket version of the MicroPeak Altimeter. NOTE - This altimeter is NOT water resistant. If it gets wet, it may not work.
Motor Mount Kit for 24mm Motors in a BT-55 (33mm diameter) tube. Uses plywood centering rings for extra durabilty. Includes engine hook and motor block ring.
The AltimeterThree is a recording altimeter that sends all the flight information to your smartphone after the flight. It records both speed and altitude measurements throughout the flight, from liftoff to landing. The data can be then shared to your...
Reminiscent of the old Estes Heatseeker kit (also designed by Matt Steele), the Bounty Hunter represents a future air-to-air missile. The design is capable of flying to altitudes of over 2,000 feet on an Aerotech G80 motor.
This 1:37 scale model of North Korea's Satellite launcher is impressive in size. Based on a 2.6 inch diameter tube, you'll love the size of this rocket. Feature balsa nose cones and transitions, so it builds just like a small model rocket.
The SAFIR is a 1/37th scale rocket of Iran's satellite launch vehicle. Iran was the 9th nation to orbit a satellite around the earth. This simple rocket is a great addition to your scale model fleet.
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