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CB Premier Perfect Fit Roller Blinds

Crush Cornish Blue

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CB Premier Perfect Fit Roller Blinds

Crush Cornish Blue

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  • Using our new 2019-2020 fabric collection, Perfect Fit Roller Blinds are the fantastic no drill window blind system that will transform any room in your home. 

    This revolution in window blinds Roller  to be installed 'perfectly' into most uPVC window with a bead.

    This is a clip and fit system, no drilling is needed!

    Details
  • Product Specification

    The blind is placed in a frame, and the frame simply clips into the brackets which are behind the window beading.

    To operate the blind, unlock the bottom bar by simply tilting it, and then raise or lower the bar as required. It can then be relocked in position by tilting back the bottom bar, or select a side control or rechargeable motorised option

    Perfect Fit Frame Size 

    Fabric Specification

    Blackout Efficiency
    5 / 5 -
    1. Sheer / Voile

    Softens the light coming through & offers a diffused view outside

    2. Semi-Transparent

    A little heavier than a voile, gives light and an element of daytime privacy

    3. Translucent

    Allows light to pass through the fabric but retains privacy

    4. Dim-Out

    Blocks most of the light but not 100%

    5. Blackout

    No light penetrates the fabric

    Features
    Blackout

    20% Cotton, 80% Polyester

    Specifications
  • Guides

Measuring Guide

Measuring for Perfect Fit

How to get your bead depth

How to get your bead depth

The Bead Depth is the distance from the glass to the outer frame, typically a minimum of 11mm to a maximum of 27mm.

To measure this, simply place a ruler over the corner of the frame and use a metal tape measure. Alternatively you can use a depth gauge (TP487) to take this measurement.