Porta-Pad II Model Rocket Launch Pad

This is a standard launch pad from Estes. Sturdy, plastic tripod design with tilt adjustment (up to 30 degrees from vertical). Easy to set up and take down - no tools required! Comes complete with blast deflector plate and standoff, two piece 1/8" (3 mm) launch rod, safety cap and key. Porta-Pad II can accommodate a 3/16" (5 mm) launch rod.

Estes Porta-Pad II Model Rocket Launch Pad #302215
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 Estes Rockets # est302215
$17.29
 
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Estes Rockets Item # est302215
Specifications :
  • Estes Product Number: 302215
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"Good But Cheap"
FinBurner (Brandonbacn@outlook.com)
This pad is good enough to start with and the price is pretty reasonable. The deflector disk will eventually burn through or rust but you can purchase replacements. I'm not a big fan of the 2-piece launch rods, so be sure to sand the joint really well so your rocket moves smoothly with no catching.

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Features

  • Sturdy, plastic tripod design with tilt adjustment up to 30 degrees from vertical.
  • Easy to set up and take down.
  • Adaptable for 3/16" (5mm) diameter launch rod (not included).
  • Will launch most Estes rockets.

Specs

  • Estes Product Number: 302215

Includes

  • One Two-Piece 1/8" (3mm) Launch Rod
  • One Safety Cap and Key
  • One Blast Deflector Plate
  • One Launch Pad
  • Complete Instructions
  • One Year Full Warranty



Reviews

  
 
"Cheap..but shipped slowly"
terrihuni
This was a overall good product besides the slow shipping bug worth the wait. BUY AGAIN!!

 
"simple"
Jbenz5317
I personaly like how the launch pad can be broken down for easy storage. I also love the siplicity of the launch pad. Overal great choice for hobbiest.

 
"An okay place to start"
wallyum (Ft. Thomas, KY)
Functional as a starter or emergency pad. Mine broke when a B6-4 CATO'd and fired the engine casing back at the pad. Broke a leg and the plastic base to the standoff.