Quest Space Pioneers Dual Model Rocket Starter Set

Quest Space Pioneers Dual Model Rocket Starter Set
Quest Space Pioneers Dual Model Rocket Starter Set
Brand: Quest Aerospace
SKU: 5623
Availability: In Stock
Price: $20.39
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Quest Space Pioneers Dual Model Rocket Starter Set

Skill Level RTF

Quest's new Micro Rocs Space Pioneers Dual Model Rocket Starter Set micro-sized rocket requires only a 50 foot diameter launch site and reach a maximum altitude of 75 feet. This kit is designed for use in a small area.

This kit comes with the powerful Micro Maxx motor, and a streamer recovery system for easy retrieval.

The starter set includes 1 RTF Saturn V Micro Roc and 1 Space Shuttle Micro Roc with streamer recovery systems, 6 Micro Maxx motors with MMX-G2 igniters, Launch Pad, and Q2 Launch Controller. The only extra to buy is a 9 volt battery for the Launch Controller (sold separately).

Technical:
Recommended for ages 10 and up with adult supervision for those under 12
Must be 14 to purchase in California or New Jersey
Quest Q2G2 Igniters are designed for use only with the Quest 9 volt Launch Controller. Please note that since these are very low current igniters (120ma fire current), some model rocket launch controllers can set them off during continuity tests. Be sure to test your model rocket launch controller, by connecting an igniter to your controller before inserting it into the model rocket engine to make sure it does not prematurely activate when you insert your safety key and/or when you perform a continuity check.

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SAFETY FIRST! Model rocketry is recommended for ages 10 to adult. Adult supervision suggested for those under 12 years of age when flying model rockets.
Must be 14 years of age to purchase "A" through "C" type model rocket motors in CA, NJ, and RI. Must be 18 years of age to purchase "D" and "E" size engines.