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Space Rocket Play Set
Item #67939
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3-2-1 Blast-off! Little ones will thrill to the adventures they create with this Space Rocket Play Set with detachable upper capsule and NASA logo. Press the red button to hear the blast-off countdown and the roaring engines. Open the hatches to place the 2 astronauts, 3 aliens and 1 moon buggy inside or outside the compartments. (A ramp comes down from the engine room.) Takes 3 AG13 batteries (included). Ages 3 and up.
Engaging, interactive and designed for hours of imaginative play, this Space Rocket Play Set calls to mind an utterly delightful collection of 40’s and 50’s space toys on display at our Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center. A Flash Gordon Arresting Ray Pistol, a Captain Video Superior Space Port, and a Space Rocket Ship toy are among the exceptionally nostalgic toys in the collection.

Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
By Grandma's Presents
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
December 28, 2016
5.05
"The rocket was purchased as a gift for my two-year old grandson who has played with it constantly. It is even better than described and the "blast off" sound is a huge hit. A great gift!"
By Grandma
Virginia
December 20, 2015
5.05
"As a former rocket scientist, I found this toy to be delightful. Love the countdown and the detachable capsule. My grandson thought it was great."
By Mary tHappy Shopperhe
Lowell, MA
November 21, 2015
5.05
"This is a gift for my great nephew. It allows for lots of playtime and creativity!"
By Mema
Lexington, KY
November 17, 2015
5.05
"I have 5 grandsons from 18 months to 11 years (plays with his younger brother) and they all play with it. They fly it to Planet Couch, or Office. Even my 5 year old granddaughter has fun making up stories about the aliens."
By Lynda
Andover MA
January 10, 2015
5.05
"Nephew was carrying this around all day and playing with it -- and he's a Lego kid all the way (to keep up with his older brothers). So it was nice to find something that wasn't a lot of little pieces that had to be assembled."