Dartboard Guide

We try to help you make sense of all things darting. In addition to covering industry related news, publishing how to guides, interviews and articles, Dartboardreviews.com also provides information on dartboard manufacturers.

Jordan Nyle

Editor and Marketing Specialist

REviewed Brand

WINMAU

Although the Winmau (pronounced “win more”) name only came into existence in the mid-seventies, the company has been making dartboards since 1945. Originally known as H.A. Kicks, the company started ou…..

ARACHNID

Arachnid is the company at the forefront of electronic darting technology. They are the originators of electronic dartboards and the soft-tip darts system. Today, Arachnid, Inc., concentrates on

NODOR

Nodor started out in 1919, manufacturing modeling clay. The company name was derived from the fact that the clay had “no odor.” They started producing their first dartboards in 1923, which were made using clay

VIPER

The Viper brand name is owned by GLD Products, Inc. Based out of Muskego, Wisconsin, GLD Products has been making home gaming equipment for over 30 years. Their products include pool and billiards table,

TOP DARTBOARD PAcKAGE & Bundle

Throwing dart extremely enjoyable. Its one of the best indoor games you play with friends and family have lots of fun. If you decide to buy a dartboard for fun or give someone special birthday gift, some things you should be considered that first time buying Dartboard. You have to require to buy dartboard, dart set and for a perfect game setup, you need a dartboard cabinet. Its hectic to buy dart equipment & accessories separately. Some dartboard inventor company make it lot easier to provide a Dartboard Bundle which includes Dartboard. Darts set, Dart Board cabinet and Other Mounting accessories. It’s not easier to choose dartboard cabinet Bundle, lots of bundles you find in the market.

TOP BRISTLE DARTBOARDS

This is the most prevalent type of dart board used today. They became most popular due to the Dutch elm disease that shattered Britain’s wood supply in the 1970s. A material called sisal is used, with the edges pressed with metal bands. One of the main objectives when building the first sisal bard was the fact that when a dart was removed, there wasn’t a hole left in its place. The board mended itself for further play.

As we stated earlier, when shopping, make sure your choice meets the standards of competitive play. Crummy, cheap boards will literally fall apart while you watch and your buddies will start hanging around someone else’s house instead of yours. Wear and tear is inevitable for any bristle board so you’ll want a removable number hoop so you can rotate the worn parts of the board. As far as the wiring on the board, be sure to look for a “no staple” system.

TOP electronic DARTBOARDS

This is the most prevalent type of dart board used today. They became most popular due to the Dutch elm disease that shattered Britain’s wood supply in the 1970s. A material called sisal is used, with the edges pressed with metal bands. One of the main objectives when building the first sisal bard was the fact that when a dart was removed, there wasn’t a hole left in its place. The board mended itself for further play.

As we stated earlier, when shopping, make sure your choice meets the standards of competitive play. Crummy, cheap boards will literally fall apart while you watch and your buddies will start hanging around someone else’s house instead of yours. Wear and tear is inevitable for any bristle board so you’ll want a removable number hoop so you can rotate the worn parts of the board. As far as the wiring on the board, be sure to look for a “no staple” system.