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D.Craft Da Tsu Review
Here is a small review of the D.Craft Da Tsu (means garfish) and their replacement Da Tsu II - they are excercise darts


First up package and darts unpacked - they come without any accessories


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One dart weighs 9,14 g

you can use normal flights or the gyro flights recommended by D.Craft

gyro flights are 2 two colours (black & white) and 2 directions (left & right)


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Here the two directions

left- and right-handed

they weigh about 0,7 g


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wieghts with steel-convertor and soft-tip


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lenght (about 20cm) and balance


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Now the Da Tsu II

it comes with 7 (?) black gyro flights in a long package (without a tip)

all three darts got threads so you can make one long, one medium or three shorter darts


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the length of the normal dart is about 20 cm (as the other Da Tsu)

2 darts together are about 31 cm all three as one are 42 cm

weights of darts with steel-conversion, soft-tip set-up and the dart on his own


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weight of 2-part-dart and 3-part-dart (steel-conversion-setup)


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balance of the 2-part 3-part-dart


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balance of the normal dart


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sorry - because of my continue existing dartitis i can´t give details on how good they fly - i can only say all darts including the long Da Tsu II fly and can hit the board
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But next time it might be easier to upload your photo's to imgur/photobucket/tinypic and link them in one post so the review will easier to read.
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Nice one!!! +1


I have some Datsu, had them over a year and still not tried them lol
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What makes them "practice" darts, and not "play" darts?
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(09-07-2015, 03:01 PM)BigE Wrote: What makes them "practice" darts, and not "play" darts?

Probably the fact they're closer to javelins than darts. Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.

Too long to be used in competition I think. I bet Royden Lam would love these though. Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images. I was meaning to try some myself, for the craic... maybe closer to Christmas.
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