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Darts seems like the perfect game to get rid of holiday stress. Do you have a dartboard? What's stopping you?
I'm just hanging out, really.
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They are both world tournament regulation boards, so they are probably the same weight and thickness. You might have a slight difference in the sisal quality (the feature causing the holes to reseal), but these are inexpensive boards either way as far as cost.
Flights are definitely something consumable, not necessarily designed to last time-wise. As you get good, darts thrown get grouped together so well they can take a beating. Sporting goods stores used to sell them all over the place (unsure of now, its been awhile since I have competed), but probably available online, I even had received gifts of them in the past with my name on them....
The fact the darts use batteries and are 10 bucks tells me they are novelty level, or beginner. What are the batteries for? the last set I purchased and competed with were 150 bucks...
Woo@@@@@@@ooT.........Ooops, was that me?
Beggin' your pardon, it must have been the w@@t soup.