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Explorateurs scientifiques Meteor Rocket Kit-


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  • Scientific Explorer Meteor Rocket Science Kit

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Descriptif technique
MarqueGiddy Up
Numéro de modèle0SA200BL
Poids de l'article467 g
Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)29,5 x 20,1 x 10,4 cm
  
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Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr25 août 2011
  
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Elmers produits scientifiques meteor fusée kit explorer. cette exceptionnelle série de kits de science Accueil repose sur les grandes explorations reconnues au niveau national en math et science des gemmes programme pionnier à uc berkleys hall de lawrence de la science. acclamé pour l'excellence comme une ressource pédagogique. recommandé par le choix des parents magazine. Cette fusée 17inch vole jusqu'à 100 pieds de haut propulsés par rien d'autre que le bicarbonate de soude et vinaigre ce paquet contient des bouteilles en plastique trois balsa bois pièces nageoire modèle pré coupe tube clair coiffe 10po 25,4 cm coupe-froid deux morceaux de film rouge une pièce d'argent duralar ravitaillement porte de fin de modules et un guide d'instructions. recommandé pour les enfants 9 ans et plus. recommandé pour une utilisation sous la surveillance d'un adulte seulement. importés.

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x917947a4) étoiles sur 5 68 commentaires
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HASH(0x915b80fc) étoiles sur 5 The meteor rocket is awesome! Our kids love it. 19 novembre 1999
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Our family has had a very good experience with the meteor rocket. It was given to our son as a birthday present and he's been having a great time with it. The directions for assembling the rocket were easy to follow and we didn't have any trouble putting it together. What I am most impressed by is how high the rocket flies with just baking soda and vinegar as fuel. It really does go up about 100 feet - to the great delight and amazement of our chiildren and all the assembled neighborhood kids. As a parent, I like the fact that the "fuel" is safe, and we can usually find a box of baking soda and some vinegar in the kitchen when the kids decide they want to do some rocket flying. There's a lot of educational value in this project. We've used the kit for some impromptu "science lessons" to explain and then demonstrate the power of chemical reactions. Everyone in our family thinks the rocket is awesome, and we highly recommend it.
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HASH(0x929feb94) étoiles sur 5 A poorly designed overpriced kit. 10 octobre 1999
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I have fond memories of an elegantly designed, indestructible, baking soda/vinegar rocket that I had as a child. Since I had not seen them in the toystores I had thought of building one from scratch for my 4 year old son. Then I saw one advertised on Amazon which I happily ordered, my first Amazon order. Although I knew it was a kit I was surprised when my son opened the box and I found that I had paid 19.99+SH for 3 bits of balsa, some foil, a piece of plastic film, a 1 liter plastic pop bottle and a rubber stopper. After a moment of thinking I should pack it up and send it back I realized that my son's excitement about a rocket had trapped me into continuing. In a couple of hours I had assembled the rocket, in spite of the directions. We went out to launch. Unfortunately the rubber stopper assembly that plugs the rocket is poorly designed. Turning the wing nut is supposed to tighten the stopper but only turns the entire assembly and does not tighten the stopper. It blasted out of my hands a few times. Each landing battered the delicate rocket. The design is decidedly inelegant and fragile.
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HASH(0x918aa93c) étoiles sur 5 Mostly disappointing 27 octobre 1999
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Although my feelings aren't quite as strong as the first reviewer's, I was also disappointed with the kit. It's a fairly complex building job, and the resulting rocket isn't great, and is decidedly fragile, good for 3 or 4 launches max before needing extensive repairs. It's performance is mediocre at best.
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HASH(0x91c2e768) étoiles sur 5 A Welcome addition 17 janvier 2000
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This toy is one of the better toys I have found. My son (7) with a little assistance put the kit toghether. It flew first time much to the amusement of the family. The fins bend easily but if reinforced with some extra foil they keep the rocket upright for launch. This is an intresting'family' toy.
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HASH(0x9179e690) étoiles sur 5 ... for a pop bottle? 26 février 2001
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We bought this kit and put it together. It wasn't too hard to do but the rocket is very fragile. The kit is (structurally) a very, very poor design. When it comes down to it, it is a pop bottle with some cheap, flimsy fluff parts for decoration. I couldn't believe we paid ... for this thing. After only 3 mediocre launches (under 20 ft) the flimsy red plastic at the front of the rocket had split and the nose cone was cracked almost in half. In addition, the rocket fins were damaged. The toy .... I'm going to try and save you ... here. Don't waste your money on it!
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