Quest Starhawk™ Classroom Value Pack 25 Rockets - Q5583

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  • Regular price $230.00


Perfect for classroom programs, large groups and camp activities!

The Starhawk Classroom Value Pack of 25 rockets are perfect for schools, camps, clubs and youth group programs including the Civil Air Patrol, 4H, Starbase and Scouting’s Space Exploration Merit Badge requirements.

When Team Quest hits the road to work with kids, the Starhawk model rocket is the rocket of choice for tight budgets and smaller flying fields. The Starhawk's streamlined construction, single piece fin-unit, and streamer recovery ensure that it can be built and ready for launch in a single 45 minute session! This kit does not require painting and colors of the nose cone and fin-unit may be different than shown in the image. Perfect low cost solution for programs requiring a plastic fin-unit.

Quest Skill Level 1 beginner modeler kits may require a little measuring, gluing, sanding and painting. Assembly usually takes 45 to 90 minutes. Drying time for glue and painting could take up to 3 hours.

These kits require assembly. Hobby glues, finishing supplies, building tools, launch system and rocket motors for launching are not included.

Launch supplies sold separately. Requires Complete Launch System (Q7700), Quest Q-Jet™ rocket motors with FirstFire Micro™ Initiators and Recovery Wadding. One 9-volt, snap-top, Lithium battery is required for the Q2 Launch Controller - Not Included.

This kit is also available individually (Q1005) and in Value Packs of 12 rockets (Q5483).

Recommended for ages 10 to adult. Direct adult supervision is suggested for those under 12 years of age when building or flying model rockets.

  • Specifications:

    Skill Level 1

    Length: 13 in. (33 cm)

    Diameter: 0.787 in. (20 mm)

    Weight: 0.81 oz. (23 g)

    Recovery: Streamer

    Fins: Plastic Fin-unit

    Décor: Self-adhesive Decal

    Maximum Altitude: 500 ft. (152 m)

    Uses Quest Q-Jet™ A3-4 composite propellant rocket motors only! Other brands of model rocket motors, with a similar motor type (power) designation, should be OK for use in this product.