Phil Taylor Home Darts Centre Reviews
Product Type: Phil Taylor board games
Description:Wooden cabinet with shaped doors, chalk board scoring. Official tournament size PDC endorsed bristle dartboard. ... more
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Customer Phil Taylor Home Darts Centre Reviews (4)
by - written on 17/01/11 (Very useful, 99 readings)
I have been waiting to get myself a dart board for my new flat for some time now and eventually at the weekend, seeing this in a Argos sale for only £19.99, I decided to purchase this. I am not a fan of Phil Taylor and the naming did not have anything to do with it, I wanted a Unicorn board with a wooden cabinet and this seemed the best idea. I play darts at the local pub each weekend socially and always fancied a board for the house to entertain guests and help let off steam at the end of a busy day. I had reservations about putting it up and getting all the equipment but bought this and just got on with it. Pretty everything you need comes with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/10, updated on 10/07/12 (Very useful, 144 readings)
I have heard mixed views on the Phil Taylor Home Darts Centre, which very much surprised me as we've been very pleased with it and consider it a good buy. Because of this, I thought I'd have my say. I bought this dart board with surround and doors as a Christmas present for my eldest son so, it would be almost two years since it was purchased. I don't play much darts myself but I have had a go. I understand the game, can hit the board and, occasionally, even obtain a high score but, this is usually by pure chance. But I find it so hard to finish. I get stuck at this point and will lose the game. My son, now aged twenty seven, enjoys ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/10, updated on 11/08/10 (Very useful, 75 readings)
When you are looking for a dartboard you can not help but get attracted to packaging from a the world's best darts player. After taking this into further consideration and looking at the contents I was pleasantly suprised at what you get for the price that you pay for it. Price I purchased this for £34.99 which when you consider you get a very good dartboard, 2 set's of darts and a wood cabinet you should be pretty pleased by that. With it not being purchased long ago I would not expect the price to of gone down. Still though for the price that you pay it is excellent. Included in the box A similar dartboard is available on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
The Phil Taylor Home Darts Centre is, to be short, really a very good board. I got it for Christmas last year and although I'm not big on darts or playing it properly, in my flat I love throwing them about with my friends. However, when we do play it "professionally", the Phil Taylor does its job really well This board comes with everything you need for a traditional game - a chalk board on the inside (complete with chalk and wiper of course) to help you keep score. It comes with a tape measure to help you set it up at correct tournament levels (and to know where to stand) - of course if you're like me and too lazy to put it up properly, standing it ... Read the complete review
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