Harrows Wolfram Infinity 23g Darts Review
(03-04-2019, 02:33 PM)Getagrip Wrote:
(03-04-2019, 02:18 PM)longgunshooterzero Wrote: So, your review of the Wolfram Infinity’s almost made me pass right on by, mostly the center of gravity and the barrels are a little longer and thinner than anything else I’ve thrown. BUT, there was something that kept calling my name, and even though it was a $100US gamble, I rolled the dice and bought them.  I am more than satisfied with my purchase.  It took a bit of getting used to, but after a day of throwing them this weekend (taking breaks from watching the UK Open), I really like these darts.  I really wish other companies (charging similar prices) would put as much care in craftsmanship.  They’re the only set of darts I own that are perfectly weight matched.

Yeah its a great dart just other darts suit me better Smile

You paid $100 for yours?  Think they are around $50 in UK shops as you dont pay UK VAT?

Here in the US (speaking on US owned shops) they seem to bump the prices up on all darts from overseas.  And with the Premier League kicked-off...it’s even worse for named darts.  It’s the same price for the Oracle and Spina (Black).
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Steel-Tip Darts:  Bottelsen Precision Grip Hammerheads (23 Gram)
                         L-Style Carbon Shafts (190)
                         L-Style Flights, Blue, Standard 

Soft-Tip Darts:  Bottelsen Precision Grip (20 Gram)
                        L-Style Carbon Shafts (190)
                        L-Style Flights, Black, Standard
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(03-04-2019, 02:43 PM)longgunshooterzero Wrote:
(03-04-2019, 02:33 PM)Getagrip Wrote:
(03-04-2019, 02:18 PM)longgunshooterzero Wrote: So, your review of the Wolfram Infinity’s almost made me pass right on by, mostly the center of gravity and the barrels are a little longer and thinner than anything else I’ve thrown. BUT, there was something that kept calling my name, and even though it was a $100US gamble, I rolled the dice and bought them.  I am more than satisfied with my purchase.  It took a bit of getting used to, but after a day of throwing them this weekend (taking breaks from watching the UK Open), I really like these darts.  I really wish other companies (charging similar prices) would put as much care in craftsmanship.  They’re the only set of darts I own that are perfectly weight matched.

Yeah its a great dart just other darts suit me better Smile

You paid $100 for yours?  Think they are around $50 in UK shops as you dont pay UK VAT?

Here in the US (speaking on US owned shops) they seem to bump the prices up on all darts from overseas.  And with the Premier League kicked-off...it’s even worse for named darts.  It’s the same price for the Oracle and Spina (Black).

I know, its common knowledge on here which is why I was surprised you never got them in the UK Smile
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(03-04-2019, 02:49 PM)Getagrip Wrote: I know, its common knowledge on here which is why I was surprised you never got them in the UK Smile

Yeah, lesson learned. But I also have a local shop, where I can throw before I buy.
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Steel-Tip Darts:  Bottelsen Precision Grip Hammerheads (23 Gram)
                         L-Style Carbon Shafts (190)
                         L-Style Flights, Blue, Standard 

Soft-Tip Darts:  Bottelsen Precision Grip (20 Gram)
                        L-Style Carbon Shafts (190)
                        L-Style Flights, Black, Standard
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(03-04-2019, 02:53 PM)longgunshooterzero Wrote:
(03-04-2019, 02:49 PM)Getagrip Wrote: I know, its common knowledge on here which is why I was surprised you never got them in the UK Smile

Yeah, lesson learned.

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I just received a set of these (in 26g) from Darts Corner in the mail yesterday paid just over $51.00. I also had 35mm Winmau Free-flow black tips installed and while I like the look I haven't yet had a chance to use them.  The Free Flow points offer additional slope to the front of the rather blunt barrel so I thought it wouldn't hurt to give them a try. I like the feel of these darts for my grip, seems to be plenty of grip without being aggressive and love the look.  Because they're already pretty long I installed short stems and will continue to play with the setup until it best suits my throw. I seem to prefer a slightly front weighted dart and medium grip, at least that's how I have been throwing best over the past year.  Thought I'd give these a try, I've attached a picture of the current setup. I must say I am impressed with the quality to price ratio of Harrows darts as of late, seem to be getting really good value for the money, while some other major brands prices are sky rocketing.


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(05-30-2019, 05:46 PM)Oldsalt Wrote: I just received a set of these (in 26g) from Darts Corner in the mail yesterday paid just over $51.00. I also had 35mm Winmau Free-flow black tips installed and while I like the look I haven't yet had a chance to use them.  The Free Flow points offer additional slope to the front of the rather blunt barrel so I thought it wouldn't hurt to give them a try. I like the feel of these darts for my grip, seems to be plenty of grip without being aggressive and love the look.  Because they're already pretty long I installed short stems and will continue to play with the setup until it best suits my throw. I seem to prefer a slightly front weighted dart and medium grip, at least that's how I have been throwing best over the past year.  Thought I'd give these a try, I've attached a picture of the current setup. I must say I am impressed with the quality to price ratio of Harrows darts as of late, seem to be getting really good value for the money, while some other major brands prices are sky rocketing.

I just received a 24g set from Darts Corner. Loving these darts although I might repoint them as well. Not so much because I want the Freeflow/Trident setup but because I think the shape of the points on Harrows premium darts is very ordinary looking. I've checked Oracles, Wolframs and now the Wolf-Infinity and they all have points that look like painted nails.  If I'm going to repoint then the Freeflow might be the best way to go though. The dart does have quite a blunt nose.
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