Viper Neptune Electronic Soft Tip Dartboard with Cabinet

The Viper Neptune electronic dartboard is designed with a regulation sized 15.5" target face and a bright LCD display that delivers a crisp, clear view of scoring and statistics; eliminating manual scorekeeping. Surrounding the target face is a large missed dart catch ring which offers protection for your wall from errant throws. See also Viper Dart Boards

This dartboard is constructed from commercial-grade nylon segments which provide an exceptionally durable playing surface and offer a quieter gameplay experience compared to traditional materials. The stylish color scheme showcases red, silver and black, further enhancing your gameplay experience. An ultra-thin spider greatly reduces bounce outs, allowing for closer dart groupings to maximize scoring.

The Viper Neptune is intended to be used with soft tip darts and features 57 games with 307 options; accommodating up-to 16 players. Popular options include cricket, 01, single in/out, double in/out and double bull. The scoreboard includes an extended display with additional fields, allowing for specialty games like Minnesota and Spanish cricket to be played.

This electronic dartboard includes a built-in wood cabinet, 6 starter darts and mounting hardware. The Viper Neptune is powered by an external power supply adapter (5V, 1000 mA), replacing the need to use batteries. GLD Products proudly stands by the quality of their products, offering a limited 1 year manufacturer warranty.

Very playable and very good looking dartboard.

Some have posted here about how this dartboard is made of poor quality laminated cardboard or whatever. Honestly, that kind of gripe is a REAL stretch with this board. It looks great, and is also surprisingly flush to the wall so it doesn't take up too much real estate. I got this board for my father as a birthday present for his game room and it looks great. Don't let some one tell you otherwise just because it's not made out of Pure Mahogany with fashioned silver inlets. I mean seriously. When expanded outward the board also looks great. And also, the pictures do do the board justice. It's truly a very pretty color and is a wonderful addition to anyone's home, garage or game room. Someone will be jealous when they see it.

My gripes are that it changes between players far too quickly, I think it's on an even faster pattern than being at a bar by a hair (and of course we're not at a bar) and also the bounce out really should register on the playing surface with a board this big and square. I know so few if any home boards do this, but because of the area and size of all the computer equipment this really should have been the board to break that mold since it would have been easy to do. But since no other board does that that I know of I still won't deduct stars. My hope is that Neptune 2.0 will finally do this.

Also and this is important, the A/C power input is NOT where the instruction booklet says it is. I can't believe no one has brought this up on reviews yet. The actual power port is on the LOWER LEFT of the wood finish around 7:00 clock time, while the instruction booklet tells you it's on the upper right reverse side of the board. We actually called the manufacturer because we were wondering if ours had an unfinished back or something. HOPEFULLY GLD, the manufacturer of this equipment will change that misprint very soon.

Other than that play away!! Hopefully all these things will help you out with your purchase.