Laminar flow occurs when air moves in parallel layers without disruption. Aura 95% tungsten darts have been designed to promote smooth laminar air flow, which minimises the turbulence that influences the trajectory of the dart. Blue Nitride is infused into the tungsten to produce a non-slip coating which is extremely durable, whilst creating a dart of unprecedented beauty.
To produce these super cool darts, the purest 90% tungsten powder is fused with nickel, iron and zinc, using an Isostatic Cold Extrusion process (I.C.E), to create a dart of unrivalled concentricity and uniform high density. Each laser marked barrel features reverse cut grooves, for extra thrust and ultimate control.
Tungsten, in its purest form, has the chemical name Wolfram. These darts are made from 97% Wolfram using a high pressure, super fine injection moulding process. This produces a uniform atomic structure for superior strength and perfectly balanced weight distribution.
The Retina 100 micron flight is a unique fusion of a high definition central display with a tough outer performance laminate. The central display promotes an accurate and consistent throw, while the outer performance laminate gives exceptional strength and endurance.
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