Standard Lights Out Blackout Blind - 2pk
The Lights Out Black-Out Blind are super quick to put up and easy to use.
Ideal for rooms where there are no curtains or the curtains are too light for sleep!
Versatile 2 pack.
What size windows are these suitable for?
The blinds each measure 1m x 1.2m.
However please note they have rounded corners so you may have a small gap in each corner where the blind is curved if you are using with a 1m x 1.2m window.
We recommend using 2 blinds to overlap and sit the blind over the frame rather than inside the window frame.
We also stock a larger Lights Out XL Blind.
The blinds also come with an accessory to use with deeper window frames.
How do I get the suction cups to stick?
There is one cup in the centre of the blind.
Make sure window is clean and doesn't have residue from cleaning products.
It will only stick to smooth glass.
Tip from Louise - Lick your finger & very slightly moisten the suction cup to help it form a firm suction.
What makes Lights Out Blinds unique?
They take seconds to put up/take down (see demonstration video).
Each pack contains two blinds, offering positioning flexibility.
They can be attached to open windows, allowing in the breeze on hot summer nights.
They can work on recessed windows.
Unique design means no fiddly size adjustments are necessary (read more).
They are not window specific, so can be moved from room to room.
Simple attachment with one sucker applied to the centre of the window. No need to reach to the top.
They are a cheaper, multipurpose alternative to purchasing blackout curtains.
Lights Out blinds can be used in a range of situations
Ideal for the nursery and the kids’ room
They encourage children to sleep longer in the morning, especially in the summer months when the sun rises early and sets late
They help babies and children nap during the day
Portable blackout blinds for travel
Great to take on holiday, they are lightweight and come in a handy carry bag
They help maintain children’s sleep routines when away from home
For visits to granny and relatives
For beating jat-lag – they are very handy for those who have travelled through several time zones
Blackout Blinds for holiday/temporary accommodation and schools
Use in holiday cottages, hotels and B&Bs
Use to darken classrooms for better visibility of interactive whiteboards and projectors
Use to provide temporary window coverings if just moved house or renovating
Use in rented accommodation where curtains are not dark enough and no fixtures/fittings allowed
Use to help create a peaceful mood/sensory room in hospitals or hospices
Blackout Blinds for darkening rooms
For shift workers or anyone else needing to sleep during daylight hours
For students or anyone who likes to sleep longer in the morning
Use to partially shade conservatories or other areas
Use to darken media rooms so the projector/television can be seen properly.
Storing and cleaning:
Lights out come in a small neat bag making them are easy to store or pop in your suitcase. Simply wipe with a damp sponge if they need cleaning.
To put them up:
Unfold the blind and press the sucker firmly to the window. Tighten by using the toggle and pulling the cord. For open windows or deeper recesses, easy-to-use extension rods are provided.
To take them down:
Unstick the sucker, squeeze the sides together as if folding in half. The blind will then collapse.
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Great for sky lights!
By Caitlin from Auckland on 2 January 2018
I would give them 3 for general windows for the same reasons as others, however rating higher as they do the one job our big rectangle one can't do - fit into skylights. My Dad's spare room has a sky light with broken blind and it's been murder getting something to fit in it for naps and summer bedtimes. These really did the trick (until we can't find the rotters, sigh - might have to buy again). We definitely use the Gro Anywhere big rectangle as our main travel blind though. Just remember it needs clean window and a little bit of spit to stick well ;-)
Nearly but not quite
By Nicola from Christchurch on 8 January 2017
Great idea in theory, but the fact they dont have corner (aren't square) mean they are a poor fit for most windows and can't really properly 'black out' a room. Even if you can overlap them and the window is small enough for the blind to cover all the way over the sills, the part where they overlap often leaks light. I bought two gro-blinds instead and returned these.
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Lights Out Blinds are an easy and inexpensive way to darken a room. Use them in the nursery or kids bedroom or take with you when traveling to use in a hotel room or other temporary accommodation.
Quick to put up, no size adjustments needed and no complicated mechanisms, simply stick the sucker to the middle of the window and pull the cord to secure in place – easy!
Comes with either x2 Lights Out Blinds, each measuring 1m x 1.2m or the new larger XL size which contains x1 blind, measuring 1.2m x 1.4m.