Harrows Darts, Dart Board and Accessories.
Harrows Darts is the most used and biggest distributed steeltip darts brand in the world.
Harrows started doing business in 1973 out of a little shop in Enfield, North London.
Nowadays they have more than 800 products that they manufacture in 4 spesifically designed factories in the UK, and shipped to more than 100 countries worldwide.
The machinery they use are all state-of-the-art and are able to accomplish the following manufacturing disciplines:
Flexo, litho and screen printing
Point of sale materials
All the members working at Harrows Darts are highly skilled with many years’ worth of experience in designing and creating top of the line darts products. Their ranges are designed for players from beginner all the way to the professional.
The company opened doors due to a sudden demand for darts when the sport made a debut on television for the first time in the 70's. They seized their chance to tap into the local demand for darts and made themselves ready for expansion to other countries.
In 1980 they started on a combined movement to create export sales. To grow the Harrows brand and to get new players to start playing they joined forces with newly created darts associations and leagues from around the world.
They sponsor various tournaments outside the UK and by doing so they’ve helped these countries to grow into strong and important areas for darts.
More than 30 million people across the globe play darts today.
If you would like to purchase Harrows Darts, Bristle Dart Boards or an Electronic Dart Board, Dart Wallets or Dart Accessories please follow this link.
Reach 170 in three darts
A couple of Professional Darts Corporation (P.D.C.) players shows just how 'easy' it is to score 170 with just three darts.
Phil 'The Power' Taylor V.S Raymond Van Barneveld
The Semi Finals of the 2013 PDC World Championship between Phil 'The Power' Taylor and Raymond Van Barneveld. Really worth watching.
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