Estes Flying Model Rocket Kit Eggscaliber 2123
Wow! Four different engine sizes using the same rocket! See just how high you can make this unique rocket fly without breaking the egg. With the soft yellow cushion in the clear see-through egg capsule, your little eggstronaut is set for the ride! The Eggscaliber launches using the standard engines and the D and E. Send an egg into space with the Estes Eggscaliber.
This eggcellent kit includes a colorful set of self-stick decals that allow you to personalize your egg however you like. Two colorful parachutes (one 12 inch and one 18 inch) will ensure a slow and gentle landing of the egg holder and main rocket.
We also include an adapter so you can launch your rocket on standard Estes engines or remove the spacer and you can use our powerful D or *E engines to launch this rocket over 1000 feet. The Eggscaliber is also great for science experiments! The Eggscaliber is a Skill Level 2 kit, which requires more skills in building and painting.
Skill Level 2
Length: 20 in. (51 cm)
Diameter: 1 in. (25.4 mm)
Estimated Weight: 2.6 oz. (74 g) without egg
Laser Cut Wood Fins, Self-stick Decals, Parachute Recovery, Egg Lofter.
Recommended Engines: With Egg - B6-2 (First Flight), C6-3, C11-3, D12-3, E9-4
Without Egg - B4-2 (First Flight), B6-2, C6-5, D12-5, E9-6
Projected Max Altitude: 1700 ft. (518 m) without egg
Model Rocket Kits are rated by Skill Level
If you are just starting in the hobby start at the beginner level and move up from there at your own pace.
What is needed to build and fly
All model rockets come in kit form that require assembly. The materials are primarily cardboard tubes, balsa or plastic fins and nose cone. Materials will vary by model and are typically specified in the description of each kit.
Additional supplies will be necessary to build and finish your model rocket kit and may include:
Scissors, Hobby Knife
Wood Glue, Model Cement or CA(Super Glue)
Finishing Supplies like:
Launching Equipment and Supplies like:
Model Rocket Motors and Igniters
A safe place to fly using guidelines from the National Association of Rocketry Safety Code