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Decathlon Canaveral Electronic Dartboard ED110

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Background

In December 2022, after I tried the Decathlon Canaveral Plastip a few times, I decided to go down to Decathlon and get the Decathlon Canaveral Electronic Dartboard ED110 since it can keep track of scores and is not very expensive. 

The Stuff

The Decathlon Canaveral Electronic Dartboard ED110 is very much like the Decathlon Canaveral Plastip, just that it is the electronic version. The packaging contains a user manual, the electronic dartboard, 6 darts 3 red and 3 blue, and extra plastic tips and dart components. It requires 3xAA size batteries which is not included.

Here are some pictures that I have taken to show what the stuff looks like:

The Decathlon Canaveral Electronic Dartboard ED110 Box
The Decathlon Canaveral Electronic Dartboard ED110 Box

What's in the box
What's in the box

The back of the dartboard
The back of the dartboard

Where to insert the batteries
Where to insert the batteries

What's the score left after 3 throws?
What's the score left after 3 throws?

Usage and Experience

I have been playing with the Decathlon Canaveral Electronic Dartboard ED110 for more than a month since this post. I use a magnetic hook that can withstand the weight (1.39 kg based on the Decathlon UK website) of the dartboard and place it on my bomb shelter door.

What I like is that I can now see the score with the display on the dartboard itself, rather than trying to manually record with pen and paper or use an app on the phone.

As mentioned in my previous post on Decathlon Canaveral Plastip, the soft tips of the darts bend easily after a few throws. As such it causes the darts not able to make contact with the holes on the dartboard and not hold on to it sometimes. But the impact of the throw still manages to track where it was hit and record the score accordingly. Luckily there are extra soft tips given in the packaging or they can be purchased at Decathlon.

You can watch the video of this stuff below or on YouTube:


Final Thoughts

Overall, I feel that the Decathlon Canaveral Electronic Dartboard ED110 is a non-expensive option to play darts and as a form of fun and entertainment at home. If you are interested in this stuff, you can click on the link below or head on down to Decathlon and pick one up while stocks last:


Alternatively, you can click on some of the alternatives that I have found on Shopee and Amazon: