|Scoring||5 multi-color backlit LCD display, 2 dedicated X/O scoring displays|
|Board||Regulation 15.5-in. tournament size target|
|Dimensions||22L x 20W x 1.25D in.|
|Players||Up to 8 player scoring|
|Games||31 games with 178 optional variations, includes 5 cricket games|
|Additional items||Mounting hardware, AC Adapter, Operating manual|
|Included||6 soft tip darts and extra tips|
|MSRP||$99.99 You Save: 18.3%|
I've never actually played darts but was looking for something inexpensive for indoors use for the grandsons when they show up during nasty weather. The older they get the tougher it is to find something for them to do indoors and a pool table is out because they'd probably wreck the felt in short order. This will be perfect for the older ones. I'm actually finding myself enjoying it. There are many more games on this thing than I'll ever play though but it does help alleviate my boredom during this incredibly long winter. I like that it can be run off electricity so I don't need to replace batteries and the sound can be turned down or even totally muted. There are plenty of options for customizing to what you want.
I like how easy it is to set up. It's fun and definitely a good price. Just wish it had a longer plug. Other than that, it was a good deal. The darts are nice and the entire system doesn't look cheap. The heckler can be annoying but you can turn it off. I really like the game guard to prevent any oopsies.
Haven't gotten to play it or set up yet but is good size and shape of a regulation one
This is the 3rd dartboard that I have owned, and by far it is the best. It's regulation-size. It's easy to mount. It consistently records hits correctly. The darts stick, but are easy enough to remove. The darts that came with it are decent quality. My only minor issue is that it is difficult to read the player 2 display (green). It's at a height that makes it hard for someone 6 feet tall to read. I have to squat to get a good look at it.