Some buyers complained that the spiders come out easily
Some buyers complained that there is increased wear and tear
Buyers rave about it competing their game room setup
Buyers rave about it being one of the most reliable electronic boards on the market
Some buyers complained that the darts fell apart easily
Some buyers complained that the soft tip darts needed to constantly be replaced
Buyers rave about it being one of the best dart boards available for steel tip and soft tip dart players.
Buyers rave about the self healing bristle boards.
Some buyers complained the bristle board was not self healing.
Some buyers complained that steel tip darts bounced out of the board too much.
Buyers rave about it being one of the best made dart boards for the money
Buyers rave about the self healing sisal
Some buyers complained about the amount of staples on the sides of the board
Buyers rave about it being one of the best dartboards for kids
Buyers rave about the strength of the magnets
Some buyers complained the face of the dart board dented easily
The best dart boards are the ones that will fit your situation, or what you need. There are many different types of darts, and they all have specific purposes for their use: steel tip & soft tip dartboards, bristle vs. sisal fiber dartboards--it can get overwhelming! Anywhere from $20 to $90+ is a reasonable price range for a quality board which should last at least 10 years if it's taken care of properly.
When you first buy your board, take the time to follow all of the instructions and set it up correctly. The most important thing is that you have a level surface--a leveled floor or an adjustable table will do just fine!
Next, position the board in one corner so there's space for walking around on each side without bumping into anything. Place this spot equidistant from any walls, with enough room for players to walk behind their throwing line (usually 12 feet). If you're hanging your dartboard on a wall, make sure it isn't directly next to another object like furniture or a door frame where darts can get stuck when thrown at different angles.
Next, use the included mounting hardware to secure the board to the wall--you don't want it falling off when you're taking aim or playing darts with your friends.
Lastly, make sure to use a piece of tape or something at the throw line to really give a professional feel!