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I wondered if the springy look of your darts hitting the board bothered people who bought these darts?

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How do you remove and replace the points with new ones? Do they require a special tool?
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I didn't like them, they constantly hit my backboard and 1 point broke soon.
may all the doubles be with you

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(07-15-2015, 02:08 PM)Grey Owl Wrote: I wondered if the springy look of your darts hitting the board bothered people who bought these darts?

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How do you remove and replace the points with new ones? Do they require a special tool?

Do you mean those like Wright uses?
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Got a set of the One80 Revenge and I quite like them - yes there is a little wobble when the dart hits the board, but you soon get used to it. I was actually disappointed that the Deta Hedman darts don't come with them bearing in mind that's what she uses.

As for changing them, I've not tried with these points, but I can't see any reason why a normal repointer wouldn't work on them.
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(07-15-2015, 03:50 PM)Joene Wrote:
(07-15-2015, 02:08 PM)Grey Owl Wrote: I wondered if the springy look of your darts hitting the board bothered people who bought these darts?

and

How do you remove and replace the points with new ones? Do they require a special tool?

Do you mean those like Wright uses?
Yes ... precisely.
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Fave double: D16
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(07-15-2015, 04:11 PM)mc1958 Wrote: Got a set of the One80 Revenge and I quite like them - yes there is a little wobble when the dart hits the board, but you soon get used to it. I was actually disappointed that the Deta Hedman darts don't come with them bearing in mind that's what she uses.

As for changing them, I've not tried with these points, but I can't see any reason why a normal repointer wouldn't work on them.

Have they changed the way you play darts in any way? For example are you less apt to shoot for your cover shot (ie. T19 when T20 are blocked).

Do the darts deflect differently? If so how would you described it?
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Stems: Harrow Magnetic Mediums
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Favorite checkout: 125 (50-25-50)
Fave players: Anderson, Wright, Part
Fave double: D16
Fave double in: D20
Best Game: 9 Dart 501

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Just got my Rebel Reflex darts from One80.

Gotta say that I really enjoy them after 40 minutes of playing.

The fluttering of the dart landing catches your attention for the first few minutes but after that you are good with keeping your focus where it should be.

The thing that really surprised me was the sounds it makes when fluttering ... totally has me smiling like petting a puppy or seeing a baby do something cute ... think of the Hollywood sound effect for an arrow entering a target but a little higher pitch

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHMuqzoKcdE
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Fave players: Anderson, Wright, Part
Fave double: D16
Fave double in: D20
Best Game: 9 Dart 501

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I did a little video a while ago about the points:

https://youtu.be/-WRli6uzk50

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(07-30-2015, 09:50 PM)Jugger Wrote: I did a little video a while ago about the points:

https://youtu.be/-WRli6uzk50

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Flights: Combat
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Highest checkout: 167
Favorite checkout: 125 (50-25-50)
Fave players: Anderson, Wright, Part
Fave double: D16
Fave double in: D20
Best Game: 9 Dart 501

Best Darting Moments: playing John Part at an Exhibition / Being in attendance at World Grand Prix in Dublin 2014
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