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Hello.
I have no case i just store my darts on top of the dart board cabinet. Can any recommend a good case to put my darts in. Im thinking maybe one that allows flights to be still attached but not necessarily a must

Cheers
Target Takoma, all the way, three different sizes to choose from, a multitude of colours, what’s not to love.
Whole heartedly recommend them to anyone who asks. I have all three sizes if you’d like to know any more, just ask.
(01-19-2020, 10:29 PM)The Jester Wrote: [ -> ]Target Takoma, all the way, three different sizes to choose from, a multitude of colours, what’s not to love.
Whole heartedly recommend them to anyone who asks. I have all three sizes if you’d like to know any more, just ask.

Cheers ill look into it
Might want to read this comparison:

https://www.dartsnutz.net/forum/showthre...?tid=36698

Like Target Takoma, Harrows Blaze comes in different sizes:

https://www.dartscorner.co.uk/advanced_s...05&x=0&y=0

I use the Blaze 12 - well satisfied...
If you are good in hands then make your own special case in any material. My dad did it from wood once.
(01-19-2020, 10:10 PM)B2B180 Wrote: [ -> ]Hello.
I have no case i just store my darts on top of the dart board cabinet. Can any recommend a good case to put my darts in. Im thinking maybe one that allows flights to be still attached but not necessarily a must

Cheers

Do you want a small, portable case for your main set and minimal spares, or more of a large organiser / display type case?

For small case with fully assembled darts, the Target Takoma is very good. My only minor gripe with it is that if you have big fingers its hard to rummage about in the two small zipped pockets especially if you need something tiny like a ring out of them. The pockets are ever so slightly suspended so you can slip a checkout card behind them. I have a set of flights in one pocket, and a couple of stems and rings in the other. That said, I am yet to break a Target Pro Grip stem or titanium ring anyway.

Having fully assembled darts in a case is a must for me, I used to put darts back into the slim plastic cases and have to remove flights every time, it drove me crazy.
I have the Target Takoma - the normal and XL versions and agree with what Dave said in that the pockets on the normal one are a bit fiddly but other than that it is good. The pockets on the XL case are better placed so it's easier to get to things and there is loads of room for stems, flights and any other bits and pieces you need.

I've not tried the Unicorn Contender case but from the pics it looks pretty good, room for loads of stems and flights. The Mission Freedom Slim also looks decent.
Hi.

Sorry i made this thread then forgot about it.

Basically i just want a small case that will hold one set of darts fully assembled and space for spare shafts and flights.

So far ive seen that i like harrows blaze and harrows z200. Cant decide between them  if anyone can help me decide. I like the net on the z200 for flights but i like how the darts are held in the blaze.

As a wild card consideration unicorn midi case
(02-28-2020, 09:53 PM)B2B180 Wrote: [ -> ]As a wild card consideration unicorn midi case

If you mean this one

https://www.dartscorner.co.uk/product_in...s_id=23187

It's a nice case for taking out to a match as it holds a couple of sets of arrows, some spare stems and some flights, but if you are looking to put the darts in it fully set up the the flights will get squashed


EDIT: similarly if you mean this one then this will also squash flight if put in fully loaded

https://www.dartscorner.co.uk/product_in...s_id=67006
Not got one, but looking at the review on the Z200 on DC this would also appear to squash flights as well

https://www.dartscorner.co.uk/product_re...ws_id=7373
Any reason you don’t seem interested in the Target Takoma? I’ve never had flights crushed in it and never had darts falling out of the holder
I'd check this thread for a small case holding darts fully assembled.

https://www.dartsnutz.net/forum/showthre...?tid=39227
(02-28-2020, 10:41 PM)Dave_79 Wrote: [ -> ]Any reason you don’t seem interested in the Target Takoma? I’ve never had flights crushed in it and never had darts falling out of the holder

Only i read a thread on here some guy wasnt impressed with the quality of the target and ended up buting the harrows case. 

I wont rush into buying one.

If i was going to be brand snobby and want to match the brand of darts i would want winmau but dont seem impressed with them.
I would recommend the Harrows Blaze 6. It's for 2 sets of darts, and I never had flights squashed. I have all 3 Takoma sizes as well, but my darts would always come loose when I carried the case in a regular bag or backpack, even thick ones like Taylor's. With the Blaze, that's never happened. Also, I find the layout of the internals better for shafts, flights and other accessories. It's extremely sturdy as well. Highly recommended!
Blue target takoma ordered off amazon £10