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Portable Oche - Any Views?
Having a quick trawl around and found a portable oche from Ockeys R Us and wondered if anyone had any experience of using one and whether it was value for money?

Link below:
https://www.pdc-darts.co.uk/shop.php?products_id=66801&shop_id=52&cPath=343&customer_id=0&action=product_info

Cheers
Dai
Darts: Winmau 23g Viking Raiders (Atomised Grip) & Unicorn John Lowe World Champion 23g
Stems: One80 Medium Proplast Clear
Flights: Unicorn Core Pear
Dartboard: Red Dragon Hi-Score 2 (By Nodor)
Best competitive 3 dart checkout:  118 - Treble 20, Single 18, Double 20
Best competitive 2 dart checkout:  63 - Outer Bull, Double 19


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I got the smaller one, works perfectly and mine was definitely value for money as I got if in the shop so no shipping costs Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.

All I would say is it would probably be unstable on carpeted floor but is perfect on wooden floors and flat concrete, also has a sliding segment so you can get the oche mark spot on even with skirting, cabinets or uneven walls - 10/10 from me.
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There's a video somewhere of a guy that made one exactly like that at home. Used used plywood and piano hinges.

They look great
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(03-31-2015, 02:19 PM)REBEL Wrote: I got the smaller one, works perfectly and mine was definitely value for money as I got if in the shop so no shipping costs Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.

All I would say is it would probably be unstable on carpeted floor but is perfect on wooden floors and flat concrete, also has a sliding segment so you can get the oche mark spot on even with skirting, cabinets or uneven walls - 10/10 from me.

Thanks it would be used on a wooden floor so should be stable enough. Looks a good product and would well in my home set-up. Will probably take the plunge and order one soon.
Darts: Winmau 23g Viking Raiders (Atomised Grip) & Unicorn John Lowe World Champion 23g
Stems: One80 Medium Proplast Clear
Flights: Unicorn Core Pear
Dartboard: Red Dragon Hi-Score 2 (By Nodor)
Best competitive 3 dart checkout:  118 - Treble 20, Single 18, Double 20
Best competitive 2 dart checkout:  63 - Outer Bull, Double 19


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(03-31-2015, 02:45 PM)Jugger Wrote: There's a video somewhere of a guy that made one exactly like that at home. Used used plywood and piano hinges.

They look great

Would like to go down the DIY route but I doubt anything that I put together would look half as good! Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
Darts: Winmau 23g Viking Raiders (Atomised Grip) & Unicorn John Lowe World Champion 23g
Stems: One80 Medium Proplast Clear
Flights: Unicorn Core Pear
Dartboard: Red Dragon Hi-Score 2 (By Nodor)
Best competitive 3 dart checkout:  118 - Treble 20, Single 18, Double 20
Best competitive 2 dart checkout:  63 - Outer Bull, Double 19


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I would say definitely worth a bash Dai
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Mate of mine has one. Good quality piece of kit imo
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Cheers for the replies chaps - will give the portable oche a go!
Darts: Winmau 23g Viking Raiders (Atomised Grip) & Unicorn John Lowe World Champion 23g
Stems: One80 Medium Proplast Clear
Flights: Unicorn Core Pear
Dartboard: Red Dragon Hi-Score 2 (By Nodor)
Best competitive 3 dart checkout:  118 - Treble 20, Single 18, Double 20
Best competitive 2 dart checkout:  63 - Outer Bull, Double 19


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