Laserlite Throw Line (for use with 42-1036 Dartboard)
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Laserlite Throw Line (for use with 42-1036 Dartboard)

SKU: 37-0025
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Brand: Dart World
Package: Unit Price
Dimensions: 2.8" x 1.3" x 1.1"
Shipping Weight: 0.05 Lbs


Laserlite Throw Line (for use with 42-1036 Dartboard)

The latest high tech innovation in dart throw lines is here in the Viper Laserlite Dart Throw Line!

Never worry about sticking throw lines down to your beautiful floors again as the Laserlite projects a concentrated beam of light to indicate where you should be standing. The adjustable Laserlite allows you to place the line directly into your dartboard, there’s no messy installation! You can adjust the line to your preferred distance, whether you’re setting up the official tournament distance or changing it up for practice. The Viper Laserlite Throw Line mounts quickly and easily to any of our compatible electronic dart boards, just plug it right in. The throw line uses the power from the dart board for a great cord free look and no extra batteries. Sticky throw lines are a thing of the past with the Viper Laserlite Dart Throw Line!

  • A high tech way to mark your dart throw line
  • Adjustable line perfect for both soft and steel tip players
  • Stays securely in place during game play
  • Mounts directly into compatible electronic dartboards for a quick one-time setup
  • Powered by the attached dartboard - no need to worry about batteries or cords
  • Compatible with these Viper electronic dartboards: Solar Blast (model #42-1021), X-Treme (model #42-1022), 800 (model #42-1034), Orion (model #42-1036)

Product Details

Length:2.8 in
Width:1.3 in
Height:1.1 in
Weight:0.05 lbs

Caution! Choking Hazard: This product includes small objects not suitable for children under 3 years old.

WARNING: This product may expose you to chemicals such as Lead which is known to the state of California to cause Cancer, birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, please go to