The Estes Majestic Pro Series II model rocket can reach an altitude of 2,000 feet with a Pro Series II booster stage and 2 F series rocket engines. The Majestic rocket kit is easy to build and launch. It only takes about 1 hour to build and it comes with cool decals. This rocket is 35″ in length and 2″ in diameter. It is a pretty large rocket. You can use E series and F series rocket engines. Shop all Estes Model Rockets at Amazon.com
Here is a video of a Majestic Pro Series II rocket launch with onboard camera.
The Estes Big Daddy model rocket is a large rocket making use of C, D and E rocket engines. The E rocket engines are very impressive. The Big Daddy is a Skill Level 2 rocket kit and very easy to build. It can reach altitudes of 900 feet with E series rocket engines. It is 20 inches in length and 3 inches in diameter. It comes with an 24″ colored parachute for easy recovery.
The Aerotech G-Force 60″ rocket is a large scale model rocket that boasts a 4″ diameter body, airfoil molded fins, Fin Lock mounting system and rugged construction to support the Estes G & H series rocket engines.
Here are the specifications of the Aerotech G-Force 60″ rocket
Weight: 32 ounces or 2 lbs
Max Diameter: 4.0″
Fin Count: 3
Motor size: 29mm
Recovery system: 42″ nylon parachute
Launch Pad Type: Mid Power
Because this rocket is so large and has significant weight it takes off slowly just like a real rocket. Using a G71-4R rocket engine the G-Force rocket will reach 800 feet in altitude. It can use either the G motors or even the H motors if you want to get into high power rocketry.
The Aerotech G-Force rocket is easy to build and has pre slotted tubes to accommodate the 3 fins. The brilliant blue and black paint scheme allows you to build quickly and hit the launch pad. No hours of painting and drying with this kit.
Watch this video of the Aerotech G-Force rocket launching.