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Koo-di Blackout Blind

review score 2.667
B1169 £15.00 WAS: £24.00 Reviews (10)

  • REVIEWS (10)
  • review score 1 Jenny Gregory-Dade on 06 May 2015
    This the worst black put blind I have come across, not only is it more expensive than another really good I've previously bought, it doesn't do the job! The suckers are so small it doesn't stick and there isn't an edge around the suckers like other designs so it still allows some light in anyway.
  • review score 4 Lisa smith on 02 June 2014
    Blackout blind is really good at keeping out the light and sunshine only thing is it's not very good at staying up with the suckers, we had to resort to using masking tape, now the blind stays up perfectly!
  • review score 3 Laura Butcher on 14 May 2014
    This blind is pretty big and does stretch to a larger size. However the 'suckers' are not strong enough for the blind to stay up easily. We have to wet the window & press really firmly to make it stay on. Make sure you don't leave it to bedtime to put it up because it does take a while!
    However, once in place it does make the room very dark.
    We bought a permanent blackout roller blind from another
    large store & lots of light came through the top & sides.
    The koo-di blind gives better results but is a faff to put up
    & down each day. Definitely recommend for holidays away.
  • review score 0 MrsT on 23 March 2014
    This blind is excellent. However, any attempt to put it up when bed time is imminent will guarantee failure. In order to make the blind work properly you need 1)a damp sponge to moisten the suckers and 2)20 minutes to figure it out the first time. Don't get hung up about getting the blind to fit the window precisely, particularly if your child's curtains are lined. Just get the thing up and it will be a massive improvement on the previous state of affairs. And if for some reason you don't get on with the blind, just return it and get your money back.
  • review score 0 Vicky on 22 January 2014
    Seemed very promising but has very small suckers that refused to stick to the window.

    Have returned product.
  • review score 0 Anne on 02 October 2013
    On the plus side this black out blind packs up into a small bag when travelling. The downside is that the suckers are almost impossible to attach to the window, they keep coming off. Ended up sticking the blind to the window with masking tape!
  • review score 0 CGS on 03 August 2013
    This blind is great, works wonders in my daughters bedroom and when we are away, it makes a substantial difference in her south east facing bed room.
  • review score 0 marie on 08 July 2013
    Very happy, wet the suckered before sticking & held in place. Our baby has slept better since put up
  • review score 0 Rachel Ponnusamy on 27 June 2013
    Found these to be fiddly to adjust and quite heavy so they did not stick to the window for very long. I sent them back.
  • review score 0 Jo on 08 April 2013
    Unfortunately these are of no use whatsoever, didn't even stick for long enough for me to get all 4 corners stuck to the window, tried multiple times on various windows and would not stick at all. Sending back.
Product Info

Koo-di Blackout Blind

review score 2.667
B1169 £15.00 WAS: £24.00

Use at home or travelling. Suitable for most windows up to h140 x w200cm.
Please note this item is a single blind only - it is not a 2-pack.

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