Estes Bandito Rocket Kit (Skill Level E2X)

Estes Bandito Rocket Kit (Skill Level E2X)
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This is the Estes Bandito Rocket Kit. Need to spice up your next trip to the launch pad with a slick looking, high performance mini rocket? The Estes Bandito from the E2X (Easy to Assemble) series offers the perfect blend of both. This cool looking rocket is just a little over 11 inches (29 cm) tall and is aerodynamically shaped with a ballistic nose cone and radically swept fins for awesome flights to over 600 feet (183 m). This hyper velocity mini rocket is easy to build and fun to launch.

This mini engine powered rocket can be assembled in about an hour and features a black, slotted body tube for easy installation of the bright green fins. The matching nose cone tops off this mini powered bullet and the cool looking, yellow and green self-stick decals make it easy to spot as it streaks toward the clouds!

The Bandito is one of the Estes rocket kits that uses the powerful and economical mini rocket engines. After its galactic voyage, it returns safely to the launch site using a colorful 12 inch (30 cm) parachute. Make out like a bandit and buy a Bandito today!

To launch your own Bandito you need a launch system, four AA alkaline batteries for your controller, engines, igniters and recovery wadding - sold separately. This model is recommended for ages 10 and up with adult supervision for those under 12.


  • Molded Plastic Fins
  • Self Stick Decals
  • Parachute Recovery
  • Max Altitude: 600 ft. (183 m)
Length: 11.2 in. (28.4 cm)
Diameter: 0.73 in. (18.8 mm)
Weight: 0.6 oz. (17 g)

This product was added to our catalog on October 26, 2010