Estes Up Aerospace E2X (Pack of 12 Kits)

Brand: Estes

Part Number: D-ES1793

£47.49 Web Price RRP £49.99

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E2X - Easy to Assemble

Launch excitement! What can be more motivating and exciting than learning about a REAL rocket, then building and launching your own Estes version of it! That\'s what your students will do with this scale model of the UP Aerospace SpaceLoft rocket.

UP Aerospace is the world\'s only operational, private space launch company. The company\'s SpaceLoft rocket provides low-cost space access that is available to businesses and the educational sector. This sub-orbital rocket connects learning to the real world!

The one piece fin unit and precolored body tube make this rocket easy to build. It is a mini engine rocket that launches with a standard Estes Porta-Pad II Launch Pad and Electron Beam Controller - sold separately. 

Technical Specifications
  • E2X - Easy to Assemble
  • Length: 12.5 in. (31.75 cm), Diameter: 0.54 in. (13.8 mm), Weight: 0.47 oz. (13.2 g)
  • Plastic Fin Unit, Self-stick Decals, Streamer Recovery
  • Recommended Engines: 1/2A3-2T, 1/2A3-4T, A3-4T, A10-3T
  • Max Altitude: 800 ft. (244 m)
  • 12 Rockets per Bulk Pack


Estes model rocketry is recommended for ages 10 and up with adult supervision for those under 12. Unless otherwise specified, all models require assembly.

Tools, construction and finishing supplies sold separately.

In order to launch, a launch system, model rocket engines, igniters and recovery wadding are required - sold separately-unless otherwise specified.


  • Brand: Estes
  • Part No: D-ES1793
  • Build Level: E2X (Easy)

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Adam - 18th July 2016

Nice little rocket to build (not flown yet). The fin can and nose were both a little loose and so were given wraps of masking tape (superglued in place). I swapped out the cheap elastic for a cloth elastic which is three times the length of the body. The model includes some nose weight in the form of some clay. Adding the recommended amount nearly doubles the weight of the rocket but perhaps it'll fly a little straighter as it'll improve the stability. The streamer seems a little on the short side but as it is a very low-weight rocket I don't think this will matter. Easy build for pupils and sturdy with the additions.


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