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What type of darts case would you like to be available?
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I'd like to see a case like the solid wooden one (where you just put in your darts as a whole), but with room for spare flights and stems
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(07-13-2014, 01:52 PM)Fred Raket Wrote: As DN design ?

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Personally I would like something that can hold a set fully loaded, have room for spare stems and flights but at the same time be as compact as possible
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You stole the words right out of my mouth hamo. Fully loaded with room for spares and still being compact is exactly what I want
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I think they must hold Purist with medium stems and flights fitted one 1 side, the other side for spare stems and flights.

Not to big like my Bull's The Pack
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(07-13-2014, 02:13 PM)JayKay Wrote: You stole the words right out of my mouth hamo. Fully loaded with room for spares and still being compact is exactly what I want

Ditto :goodjob:


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Being able to carry a fully loaded set of Darts is a priority for me.
$15-$20.
 

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As compact as possible
(07-13-2014, 02:04 PM)hamo Wrote: Personally I would like something that can hold a set fully loaded, have room for spare stems and flights but at the same time be as compact as possible

Exactly. But "fully loaded" for me means non-Cosmo, so I'm ok with the flights on the darts being smashed down flat.
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Cases must be able to hold one to two sets of darts fully assembled, and not so tight that you pull the flights off trying to get the darts out. Slots for spare flights must be big enough to actually get flights in.
Unicorn almost get it right, almost. They even advertise that their cases hold fully assembled darts; they don't. The elastic band that holds the darts in is too restrictive i.e. too tight.
More people are using Cosmo, or L-Style type flights and manufacturers need to recognize that.
The best cases I have that do this well are Japanese. Time to emulate folks.
Larger cases that hold three sets or more are poorly thought out when it comes to accessories, the slots for stems are situated too close to the top and need to drop down an inch or so to give you room to actually get the stems out; the flight holders are so tight as to be useless.
Update: Price?
A decent 3 dart case should be around $35 - $40, a good two dart case $25 and an expensive dart should come with a useful case, think what Shot! could provide if they ditched the beautiful presentation case and provided a useful darts case instead? Unicorn come closes with the Sigma darts.
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I'm pretty happy with a bog standard trifold wallet at the moment. If they can come up with something only slightly bigger though that could hold a set of fully loaded darts and some spare stems and flights then I would give it a try - something like a standard Bonzwa case but a lot cheaper would be great.
Prices, no one has said what they are willing to pay?
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If they could come up with a smart looking Bonzwa type wooden case that holds some spares as well then I'd go up to around £25-30. Any other material I would have to look at it against what else is currently available, but the right type of case is priceless.

As I said above I'm happy with my bog standard trifold at the moment - all the cases I've got and used and the case I am using is my original leather one from the late 70's.
Wooden
Can fit in pocket
Can store spare flights
Can carry fully assembled set
Compact

Hmmm. . . .
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