Hathaway Games Viper 777 15.5 in. Electronic Dart Board

Viper 777 15.5 in. Electronic Dart Board

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The Viper 777 Dartboard with electronic scoring makes playing darts even easier! This is a light weight version of dart fun, weighing in at less than 7lbs. This dartboard is easy to carry from place to place and runs on batteries so there is no need to worry about access to electricity. All you need is a spot to hang the board and your fun begins. The versatile Viper 777 accommodates up to 8 players and 26 games. The concave segment holes means fewer bounce outs. Includes 6 soft tip darts.


• Lightweight, only 7 lbs

• Accommodates up to 8 players with 115 options

• 26 game capacity with bounce out button

• Concave segment holes for fewer bounce outs

• Push button control panel with LED display

• Requires 4-AA batteries (not included)


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1 year Limited Warranty
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Hathaway Games Viper 777 15.5 in. Electronic Dart Board is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Didn't work The "Game" button didn't work so we could only play 301. Also, hitting the 3 would register as a triple 19. We returned it the next day.
Date published: 2015-01-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Making Do With What's Available Before buying I read many of the reviews on electronic dartboards and both the lowest priced to the mid-priced boards seemed to have a high percentage of duds chiefly in the electronics. The two main makers of low end boards appear to be Arachnid and Viper. I wanted a regulation 15.5 inch board and since the percentage of duds didn't seem that much better in the more expensive boards, I purchased two Viper 777 boards for the dayroom in our seniors building. On one board the 14 single, double and triple segments began to score 9 so I returned it for a replacement. On the other board a soft-tip dart poked a hole through the LED protective plastic and I returned it today for a replacement. I'm not happy that the hard plastic LED readout cover broke. I may end up installing a thin plexiglas/lexan cover over the readout. In the meantime I installed a piece of screen protector tablet/ipod film on the replacement boards. As stated by nearly every reviewer, the darts that come with the boards are essentially kid's darts. My guess is that they weigh 10-12 grams - great for kids, but not for adults. If you are interested in a better quality one-piece plastic shaft and flight dart, check out the "Fat Cat Highlander 16 Gram Soft-Tip". I suspect the maximum soft-tip dart weight for these low end boards is 18 grams. BTW to remove broken dart tips from the board you need to purchase a "Dart Tip Removal Tool". The tool pushes the broken tips into a cavity inside the board. These boards consume batteries fairly fast so think about rechargeables or finding a suitable AC/DC power adapter as it doesn't come with the 777. Note that there appears to be two different specs for the Viper 777 AC/DC power adapter. The manual for one model states that the center/inside conductor is positive while the other model states that the center/inside is negative. Check the manual that came with your board or on the back of the board check for raised printing on the lower right corner. It's to be expected that the number of bounce-outs will be greater than with steel-tip darts so if you're new to soft-tip, be patient it does improve. Some reviewers noted that it is often very difficult to remove soft-tip darts from electronic boards. I don't know if it's because it's the same brand or not, but there was a significant improvement in ease of removal as well as fewer bounce-outs when we switched to Tufflex II Tips. Our seniors residence club supplies tips to our players so I buy a bag of 500 tips at a time. Update Dec 23, 2014: Today the complete 11 frame of one of the 777 boards stopped functioning and I will now be seeking a third replacement. Update Jan 2, 2015: Today the double, large single and triple 20 of the other board stopped working. When replaced it will be the 4th board. This review started with 3 stars, then 2 stars, and now it will be one star. These boards are being used by 10-16 seniors (mostly women) once a week using 16 & 18 gram darts. These failures shouldn't be happening! I can only surmise that those reviewers giving good ratings to theses boards have not been using them each and every week over a 2-3 month period. I again checked out the more expensive models and they may have more features, but appear to have just as many failure ratings.
Date published: 2015-01-06
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