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AdvantagesI like the colour. Side winding in operation. Dim out fabric.

DisadvantagesNone really.

...are the necessary fixings. Several tools were needed to fit the blinds. My husband used: Spirit level Measuring tape Pencil Drill/masonry drill bit Screwdriver Hammer *Wall plugs and screws are supplied with the blinds. **The blinds can be fitted either inside or outside of a window recess. Ours fit outside. ~~~~COLOURS/SIZES/PRICES~~~~ Homebase plain fabric roller blinds...

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AdvantagesLow cost & lightweight

DisadvantagesPoor quality, poor instructions, fabric frays once cut.

...The Roller Blind on review here is the Middleton "home style" (aka Homestyle) 120 cm wide Square Eyelet Luxury Roller Blind with a maximum drop of 160 cms from the Rutland range. Product no. 5060037203329. This is a very poor quality blind: the fittings appear weak, the mechanism very stiff and contrary to the instructions the cut edges DO fray. I thought the instructions could have been better...

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AdvantagesDoes the job it is intended to do, 165cm drop on the large 120cm size width blind.

DisadvantagesRough edges, poor instructions, square eyelets are black plastic - and not well made.

...purchases under £10 have only lasted a couple of months in other residences I?ve rented away from home with feeble fixings and poor quality PVC plastic material that can be hard to wash ingrained dust or grease out. I settled for a blind called ?Rutland Roller Blind,? by a company called ?Homestyle,? who produce quite a few different blinds including Venetian styles and the Rutland range seem to be...

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