Angle of the launch can be adjusted. More fun than the original. Adults and kids will enjoy it. Kids tend to play with this for a long time. Fun to do. No batteries required. Planes go a long way.
Does not shoot directly vertical. You will need a large open area for this toy.
Easy to use. Older kids will get a thrill without a high cost or the need for a power cord. No batteries. Comes with 6 rockets. Adults will also really enjoy these rockets. A good gift for a middle schooler or teen.
No joke about the 400'. Unless you are in a field or open area, you may find yourself quickly losing track of these high fliers.
Allows 2 kids to stomp and shoot at the same time. Comes with 4 rockets. Shoots very high – up to 200'. Rocket refills are available. Rockets can shoot over and over again. Cuts down on the fighting over the toy when 2 kids can do it at once.
Only comes with 4 rockets which, given the double launch capacity, may make you want to have some add-on rockets.
Shoots plenty high for most people to enjoy. Needs a smaller space for operation. Can be operated sufficiently by younger children. Kids enjoy in the daylight. A good value on a stomp rocket toy that can deliver a lot of fun.
The stand is flimsy, but the toy still works and people enjoy it a lot, even without the stand.
Can shoot up to 200' high. Low-tech toy that gets even high-tech obsessed kids outside playing. Comes with 4 rockets. Works easily. For the price, this toy packs a lot of entertainment value.
This rocket can only shoot in a vertical position. Lots of fun, but gets torn up over time.
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Stomp Rockets take off through the air after a release of compressed air, launching them as far as 400 feet, after you stomp down as hard as you can to make the rockets go high into the air. From simple tube-shaped rockets to those adorned with “wings” to resemble planes, which can do loops and other stunts in the air. Stomp Rockets have the added benefit of some built-in exercise, as kids run, jump, and stomp to get their rocket to launch the farthest. Stomp Rockets cost about $20 for most models.
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