Arachnid Cricket Pro 300 Soft-Tip Dart Game

Arachnid Cricket Pro 300 Soft-Tip Dart Game
Arachnid CricketPro 300 Electronic Soft-tip Dart Game features: 8 player Cricket - 36 Games - 175 Options, 13" target area, 8 player score display, 4 player score display shown simultaneously, 7 cricket games, 4 sets of cricket tri-color LED's shown simultaneously, Tournament spider in trademarked tournament colors, Voice record feature - the computer calls out your own recorded name when it is your turn, Micro thin segment dividers dramatically reduce bounce-outs, Single in/out & double in/out features, Bounce out amend feature, NylonTough segments improve playability and durability, Solo play feature, Player handicap feature, Sleep mode and reset feature, Includes 6 soft-tip darts & extra tips, AC adapter, Mounting hardware, Game instructions, and Operating manual. One year warranty against defects. See also best electronic dartboard

The Arachnid Cricket Pro 300 electronic dartboard will keep you on your toes thanks to the unique voice record feature, where the computer calls out a recorded name to announce the next turn. This board features 36 games with 170 options, including seven cricket games, and it can accommodate up to eight players. It has a 13.5-inch target area, four sets of Cricket tri-color LEDs, and a scrolling display that shows an opening greeting, game and option menu, and individual dart scores. The micro-thin segment dividers dramatically reduce bounce-outs, while the NylonTough segments improve playability and durability. Other features include solo play feature, sleep mode, Play On and ranking features, and player handicapping. See also Arachnid Dart Boards Review

Good for the price

This is a good dartboard for those who just play for fun in the basement w/friends (like myself), serious players should spend more for a better board.
The thing that really sets this board apart from other boards also in the <$100 range is the big display. It's worth getting this one vs. saving $30 less & having a small/single player display.

Pros: all the cricket games; the easy to see the display (w/cricket scoring); can have up to 8 players.

Cons: a lot of bounce outs; sometimes darts stick in but don't register, (even when throwing hard); the outer bullseye will spin. I'm guessing that these are problems with a lot of dartboards <$200.