Viper Dart Board is a well-known brand in the world of darts. It’s owned by GLD Products, Inc. and is among the company’s several darting product lines. Being in the business of manufacturing gaming equipment for home entertainment for more than three decades, GLD Products, Inc., which is based in Wisconsin, has produced a wide range of table games including football and air hockey as well as pool tables and poker for your home casino. And composed largely of electronic dartboards intended for playing with soft-tip darts is the Viper brand. To help you get to know more about the brand, here’s a brief run through some of Viper dartboards’ key features.
An AC power adapter, a game manual, darts, and extra tips are staples in every Viper electronic dartboard. Viper has regulation-size electronic dartboards such as the Viper Eclipse and Viper Solar Blast. It also has models with multi-scoring capacity for eight to as many as sixteen players so users can share the fun of heckling, playing and enjoying every game with their friends and family. One of Viper’s electronic dartboard models – the Eclipse – even comes with dart averaging as well as player handicap feature.
For variety and to help keep boredom at bay, Viper electronic dartboards offer about 30 to 39 games with over a hundred game options. There’s also scoring function for Cricket as well as quick keys for 301. They also come with bright, and clear LCD screens, which let players see their scores and view their stats easily and even from beyond the throwing line. The digital scoring also lets you focus more on your game as you won’t have to manually take note and keep track of the players’ scores.
There’s also one that comes pre-installed in a dartboard cabinet, which has a storage for darts placed in one of the cabinet doors and the LCD display in the other door. It also has a voice prompt, which automatically calls out the name of the next player so players would know when it’s their turn to throw. One of the models also has an auto-player change function.
Apart from electronic dartboards, Viper also has a bristle dartboard model intended for steel-tip darts. So, if you’re looking for something that’s more traditional, then you may be interested in checking it out. Viper also offers a great line of steel- and soft-tipped darts to suit your preferences. Steel-tips with tungsten barrels weigh around 20 to 28 grams and come in different shapes. The soft-tip ones, on the other hand, weigh around 16 to 19 grams. A brass set also forms part of Viper’s selection of soft-tip darts.
Apart from the electronic and bristle dartboards, and the steel- and soft-tip darts, Viper also has two cabinet designs, which you may choose from. If you want your board mounted on the wall, Viper has a cabinet for it. If you have the space and prefer a free-standing one, you may opt to have it.