Jump Rocket LED Night Shotz
Did you ever fly toy airplanes outside or build rockets to shoot into the sky? My kids and grandkids have loved doing things like that! And whether it’s light outside until bedtime or it’s getting dark before dinner, I’d rather they play outside more often than not. So how fun is this Jump Rocket LED Night Shotz kit?
- Soft, safe foam rockets have LED lights inside
- Glow when shot at night
- Kids will be having so much fun, they may not even realize they’re getting the added benefit of exercise!
- See aerodynamics in action! Kid-powered rockets launch thanks to the force of air from the jump pump
- Includes 3 LED Rockets
When the sun goes down, our LED-emblazoned JUMP ROCKET go UP! Way up! Light up the night and dazzle the neighborhood with our new JUMP ROCKET LED NIGHT SHOTZ Set. We’ve added LED lights to the rockets to give them bold and dramatic effects after sunset (and in daylight, too). Includes jump pump, launch pad and 3 LED Rockets with soft, safe foam nose cones.
Simply slide the safe, foam LED Rocket onto its launching pad, jump up or stomp your foot on the air pump, and watch it BLAST OFF… to a height of as much as 100 feet! It couldn’t be easier, simpler or more fun. Kids even get some exercise too, every time they jump on the pump. For Ages 4 years and up.
The number one reason I approve of this toy? It’s not electronic. The closest thing to electric is the battery for the LED light in the tips of the rockets!! Plus, it gets the kids (and grown ups) outside to play with it instead of the couch!
Essentially, you slide the rocket onto the launch pad, jump/stomp on the air pump and
yell and scream for the whole neighborhood to hear stand back! Sometimes it goes straight up and back down and other times, it’ll drift off course and the search party will commence.
This Jump Rocket is perfectly fine to use during the day too, you just don’t notice the LED lights. AND they sell replacement rockets too, in case you lose a few or just want more than the original set comes with.
Now, a heads-up about two things. First, there were no directions in my box about how to set up the launching pad. Granted, it’s foam and has about 6 or 7 pieces, but there weren’t even pictures to follow. And secondly, due to packaging, the clear air tube that connects the jump pad to the rocket launch tube was pretty kinked. It would even knock the rocket base over if the kids were in a hurry. Neither one of these were a deal breaker for us, more like a challenge, but it’s not ready to play with straight out of the box.
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