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Colours Boreas Corded Blue Blackout roller blind (L)195 cm (W)90 cm

£16
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Product Information

This stripes blue blackout roller blind from the Colours Boreas range has an attractive stripes design.

  • Instruction manual included

Features and Benefits

  • Please note the width of the blind includes the blind brackets
  • Protection: To avoid strangulation and entanglement, keep out of reach of young children

Technical Specifications

BrandColours
RangeBoreas
Colour descriptionBlue
StyleStripes
DesignStripes
MaterialPolyoxymethylene, polyester & polyvinyl chloride
Length (cm)195cm
Width (cm)90cm
Corded/CordlessCorded
TransparencyBlackout
Fixings suppliedFixings supplied
ModelLRBLBLC538
StandardEN 13120
Product code3663602990512

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Good quality blind material poor winding device

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BobTy - 3 months ago

This was to replace a 12 year old B&Q blind which had faded.
The blind cloth material is attractive and good quality. the fitments have different measurements to the previous blind and required modification (new holes) to the brackets to use to the existing holes bored through bathroom tiles. the width of the blind needed reducing (I am quite experienced at this) but it was made harder by 1. the weighted bar in the end of the blind being sewn in too tightly and being very difficult to remove 2. the metal roller being very soft and bending a bit under the hacksaw needed to cut it.
The even worse problem was that the roller chain mechanism did not freely pull. This is seems to be frequent problem with B & Q and other roller blinds. I had checked it when first removing from the packing, when it seemed to be alright. but in situ not satisfactory. By dismantling and reassembling the mechanism (very hard) it freed up and it is now just about working but not as freely as my other blinds. Also the blind does not wind up evenly despite the fact it is level.
The problems could be resolved with a little more solid (and probably) expensive construction but an extra £1, say, would make no difference to my desire to purchase such a blind. I have purchased on line previously from other suppliers where the colour representation has been poor and the mechanical difficulty equally bad or worse.