Sometimes I get questions about dart products so I thought that I would share one here....
Q: Hello! I m wondering if you can tell me where I can purchase a tourney dart board.
Thanks for your time!
Sorry for the late reply, but I've been a bit busy getting set for our league's next season, but to answer your question I would have to say that my two favorite choices when shopping for dart products are a-zdarts.com and muller recreational products our league and our team sponsors have both purchased dartboards from these vendors.
From a-zdarts.com we purchased the Eclipse Pro from Unicorn for regular league use (the boards were great and held up well for two seasons), but the price was too high to purchase 28 boards for a tournament (http://vcda.org/GCSO-II.html), so instead we purchased the 180 Gladiator Dartboard because the price was right (there seems to have been a price increase since the date of our purchase). Out of the box there were 3 boards that had factory defects, but that does not seem to be too unusual for large orders. There were no complaints from players during the during the tournamnet. However some of the boards were sold after the tournament and had some problems with several of the boards (click this link to see pictures of the boards problem and read the dart forum discussion of the dartboard) of which I have posted pictures. Granted that others post that they have had good experiences with the Gladiator for the price I would consider other options.
For our most recent purchase of dartboards for our league's play venues we went with the
muller recreational products dartboard:DB-750 - Tournament Razor Dartboard we currently have 4 of them hanging in one of our sponsors venues. The DB-750 - Tournament Razor Dartboard has been up and been available for league (there are at no less than 2 teams playing on these boards one night a week) and public use since January of this year and they show no excessive wear and tear. You can read mine and other darters thoughts on the muller board at this sewa-darts.com (click this link to read the thread).