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Halex Cricketview Electronic Bristletech LT
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Halex Cricketview Electronic Bristletech LT

Item# 00629634000P | Model# 69647 | Added on June 23, 2012
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Get your game on with the Cricketview LT by Halex.

  • 5 SoftLite displays with cricketview x & o display
  • 37 games with 210 variations
  • BristleTech Target plays steel and soft tip darts
  • Integrated wood doors
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by standinginline
December 26th, 2010
Awesome dartboard

We've been waiting for an electronic dart board that can be played with steel tips. This board works extremely well. Plenty of games to play, the computer player is deathly accurate, it looks like it will hold up for a while. A big complaint would be the size of the segment dividers, they are a tad big, causing bounce-outs. Overall a good dartboard. Worth buying.

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by wakkounit
July 31st, 2012
Should have listened!!

I should have listened to the other reviews that I saw on the interenet about this dartboard, but being a previous Halex owner I decided to go with experience.  That was a mistake!  The bristletech board is a very poor design if you ask me.  I have been playing darts for almost 20 years and have never had a dartboard that had this many bounce outs.  Even when the darts did stick they sagged and if another dart hit near it, it would fall out.  I wasn't even using the darts that came with the set, I was using my 18g and 20g darts that I use for league play hoping that I would get better results.


Don't waste your time purchasing this board, go ahead and spend a little more money and get a better quality dartboard that you will be happy with.

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January 16th, 2013
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October 5th, 2012
wakkounit

Should have listened!!

<p>I should have listened to the other reviews that I saw on the interenet about this dartboard, but being a previous Halex owner I decided to go with experience.  That was a mistake!  The bristletech board is a very poor design if you ask me.  I have been playing darts for almost 20 years and have never had a dartboard that had this many bounce outs.  Even when the darts did stick they sagged and if another dart hit near it, it would fall out.  I wasn't even using the darts that came with the set, I was using my 18g and 20g darts that I use for league play hoping that I would get better results.</p>
<p><br />Don't waste your time purchasing this board, go ahead and spend a little more money and get a better quality dartboard that you will be happy with.</p>

July 31st, 2012 via sears.com
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lqmustang

Not really worth the money

<p>I've had this dart board for 2 months now.  I've had to create a 'house rule' that bounce out's count, because this thing bounces out at least 10 percent of the darts thrown.  Also after 2 months the double bull is all flopping and darts wont stick there at all now, but at least it will count if you hit it. The darts that come with the board are very cheap, and I started breaking the steel tips within the first couple days of play.  Also, the beginner level is a joke.  If you are a beginner, novice, or even approach intermediate level play the programming for the computer opponent on beginner is brutal.  As soon as you see some light and thing you may finally beat the computer (remember, you're on beginner) the computer will throw double bull, double bull, triple 20.  Yep, all the beginners I know can do that too (NOT).  I should have just got a regular bristle board, would have saved a lot of frustration.  The concept of an electronic board that you can throw steels at is nice, but they need to work out a lot of kinks here yet.</p>

February 8th, 2012 via sears.com
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MickelGillespie

would make a good boat anchor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I was very happy to finally find a dual tip dart board but I never even got to use steel tips in board. In 29 days already had 3 replacements the laswt only made it throw 4 games before sound stop working. Which would be ok if next every time a dart is thrown the brisle tech sticksa and will not register anymore darts. So good conceipt but very poor design.

January 30th, 2012 via sears.com
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Finicky1

Awesome Concept, Poor Execution.

I just finished my basement and purchased this figuring I'd get the best of both worlds (bristleboard and Electronic scoring). The concept is fantastic. Bristleboard that accepts both soft and steel tips, electronic scoring, nice bright display for cricket, multiple games, trash talk, and all wrapped in a nice wood cabinet. Problem is the concept is poorly executed. The first board I purchased would not register any scoring from 9 to 18 near the bullseye. The bullseye as well would not register when hit, even when tapping the dart while in the board. I exchanged the dartboard for another one. The second one reset twice in a middle of a game while pulling darts out of the board, and no I did not depress any buttons while pulling the darts out. Also I found that with the soft tip darts on the second board, they were constantly bouncing out. The steel tip darts tended to stay in place more often. I have to say that I am super disappointed in this product as I really wanted it to work. It is not cheap but is of very poor quality. I would definitely not recommend this to anyone as after going thru two dartboards, I still could not find one that worked.

January 24th, 2011 via sears.com
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nab707104

works well at first, lots of bounce outs

I bought the board about 2 1/2 months ago. The dart board is very fun to play on, however there are LOTS of bounce outs. As I said, I bought the board about 2 1/2 months ago, it had been played on regularly (multiple rounds one night per week for about 1 1/2 months) when the controls and scoring just stopped working. So now I have a $100 POS hanging on my wall. This board is not very durable, but if you only use it every once in-a-while it would probably do OK. If you play any kind of serious darts I would look at something else.

January 4th, 2011 via sears.com
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standinginline

Awesome dartboard

We've been waiting for an electronic dart board that can be played with steel tips. This board works extremely well. Plenty of games to play, the computer player is deathly accurate, it looks like it will hold up for a while. A big complaint would be the size of the segment dividers, they are a tad big, causing bounce-outs. Overall a good dartboard. Worth buying.

December 26th, 2010 via sears.com
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