MVG Home Darts Centre with cabinet, darts and bristle dartboard. £22.95 @ Tesco direct saving £15.04 (Free C&C)
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MVG Home Darts Centre with cabinet, darts and bristle dartboard. £22.95 @ Tesco direct saving £15.04 (Free C&C)

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Found 1st Dec 2016Made hot 1st Dec 2016
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set includes cabinet, a championship standard bristle dartboard, 2 sets of darts, chalk, a wiper, a check out chart and a scoreboard.

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Looks good OP' love a game of darts me' ya can't beat a bit of bully on a Sunday

Heat.

cblfal

Ordered thank you.

"Keep out of the black, and in the red; nothing in this game for two in a bed". Heat added

"Let's ave a look at what ya cudda wun"

summerof76

"Keep out of the black, and in the red; nothing in this game for two in a … "Keep out of the black, and in the red; nothing in this game for two in a bed". Heat added


i prefer a different game with 2 or 3 in a bed

sharkalos

"Let's ave a look at what ya cudda wun"



​It's a caravan! Don't worry though you are taking home the lamps, a toaster and the 40 pounds you won earlier

this hardly seems like a good use of money to me, if you miss the small cabinet you'll take chunks out the paintwork and i've gone and ordered it anyway SO SHUTUP BRAIN

buy a square piece of wood big enough to catch wayward darts and screw it to the wall using 4 screws then hang a blade4 board and get 2 sets of half decent darts if you plan on playing darts longer than a few nights around christmas.
yes this might cost you £40+ depending on what darts you want but it will save your walls.
also its very dangerous to keep the score on these cabinets as with the cheap board + cheap darts you will no doubt be getting alot of bounce outs.

Board will last a couple of weeks before it looks like it's had years of play in the back of a grotty pub!

Just look at the reviewers picture after a couple of weeks.

Blade 4 dual core is the best board on the market and the standard Blade 4 is often on offer at Argos for less than £30 with the same stuff as this set.

Do yourself a favour and screw a piece of thin material to the bottom of the cabinet. You can roll it up and tuck it inside when the cabinet is closed, but as soon as you open it the material drops and protects your wall a little from the inevitable useless friend/child who can't resist having a throw with a dart or two. Its those people that ruin your walls.

I was expecting this to be Eric Bristow branded to be going for this cheap.
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