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Gro Anywhere Blackout Blind can be put in place in minutes
Attaches directly to the glass using suction cups, ensuring a close fit that blocks light
New and improved version of the Baa Baa Blind
Packs into a handy travel bag
Adapts to fit any window up to a maximum size of 135cm by 200 centimetres
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#1
Could the cold voters please reveal where they have seen this cheaper?
#2
Does this fit velux windows?
banned#3
Does this make kids sleep longer? :D
#4
whateveryouwant
Does this make kids sleep longer? :D

I believe that's the idea
#5
wtrimm
whateveryouwant
Does this make kids sleep longer? :D


I believe that's the idea


it certainly works with mine, have had it up for over a year and my son gets up between 9 and 10 everyday despite always being in bed by 8 :D

i paid over double this when i got it! what a bargain!!!
banned#6
Want to be rich
wtrimm
whateveryouwant
Does this make kids sleep longer? :D
I believe that's the idea
it certainly works with mine, have had it up for over a year and my son gets up between 9 and 10 everyday despite always being in bed by 8 :Di paid over double this when i got it! what a bargain!!!


Ha ha i thought you was going to say he had been asleep for a year :D
#7
dont mention the war
#8
jellybaby22
Pity it's only 135 wide ... Way too small for my windows Good price

Buy 2?
1 Like #9
jellybaby22
Don't know if 2 would work though ...think the joins would let light in ....

You shoudl be able to overlap them no problem
#10
does anyone really use these at home? I dont think I could. They're only small, I'd go for proper black out curtains.
#11
Just woke up using thermal blackouts from dunhelm mill. She would have been up at eight before.
Can't see use for these normally but maybe a few for rubbish hotel curtains.
#12
jellybaby22
Pity it's only 135 wide ... Way too small for my windows

Good price

It says its 200cm wide
#13
Thank you.
Ordered 2. Great for using in holiday homes where curtains are usually paper thin and the first bit of morning sunlight wakes the kids up FAR to early.
#14
Holte_ender
Thank you. Ordered 2. Great for using in holiday homes where curtains are usually paper thin and the first bit of morning sunlight wakes the kids up FAR to early.

They're on holiday, aren't they allowed to get up early. Tire them out the day before and they'll sleep - or don't put them to bed so early - let them stay up drinking all night too. 8)
#15
Does anyone know if you can use these on walls rather then windows (or an alternative that you can)?

We are going on holiday woth our 19 month old next year, and it will be the first time we are sleeping in the same hotel room as him (previous holidays have been where we have stayed in a caravan etc, and he has had his own room).

I thinking of something we can easiyl carry abroad, and use to divide the room into two (kind of like he has his own bedroom so we don;t have to go to sleep at 8pm every night!)
#16
mike_6480
Does anyone know if you can use these on walls rather then windows (or an alternative that you can)?We are going on holiday woth our 19 month old next year, and it will be the first time we are sleeping in the same hotel room as him (previous holidays have been where we have stayed in a caravan etc, and he has had his own room).I thinking of something we can easiyl carry abroad, and use to divide the room into two (kind of like he has his own bedroom so we don;t have to go to sleep at 8pm every night!)


Highly unlikely oO

I think you're looking for something closer to a crate.
#17
i doubt you could use these on walls

we use this at home have done for well over a year, it stays up all the time, we have ours closed into the window gaps so it is flawless.

For those who say they are tiny it is pretty massive if you ask me, it is almost double the size of my sons window and he has a standard double opening double glazed window in his bedroom.
#18
Do these have suction holders at top and bottom, have black out blinds on one side of our loft conversion but the other side does not and I would rather spend £15 on this than £200 on another black out blind!
#19
Tinhead
does anyone really use these at home? I dont think I could. They're only small, I'd go for proper black out curtains.


I used them briefly at home whilst we were rennovating and her curtains were taken down - but honestly it drove me nuts taking it down/putting it up every night as we have high ceilings/big windows and i had to get ladders in to do it... in the end i just left it up for a few weeks - but thats not particularly nice!

I think its fab for travel and i send it over to grandmas house/caravan with my daughter when she sleeps there but i wouldnt use it at home, better to invest in a proper, well fitting black out blind & thick curtains.
#20
bra1ne
Do these have suction holders at top and bottom, have black out blinds on one side of our loft conversion but the other side does not and I would rather spend £15 on this than £200 on another black out blind!


They have suction cups on all four sides - but i would check the size of your window v's the size of the blind as theyre very big and tho you can adjust them, it basically ruches up and if its a velux type window i think it would be too big/messy looking.
#21
"I think you're looking for something closer to a crate."

LOL
#22
mike_6480
Does anyone know if you can use these on walls rather then windows (or an alternative that you can)?

We are going on holiday woth our 19 month old next year, and it will be the first time we are sleeping in the same hotel room as him (previous holidays have been where we have stayed in a caravan etc, and he has had his own room).

I thinking of something we can easiyl carry abroad, and use to divide the room into two (kind of like he has his own bedroom so we don;t have to go to sleep at 8pm every night!)

Try this
1 Like #23
Or maybe this
#24
I can't see how this would work - there has to be a gap between the suction cups and the top of the curtain...or is there an overlap? But even with the overlap there would be a gap...
#25
Bought one last Spring, looking forward to using it again. Ö Very good and paid over 20 sheets for it.

No gaps.

Edited By: jobibear on Dec 12, 2010 18:31
#26
Going on holiday to Thailand and these are perfect for keeping the kids asleep. Great deal.
#27
radox
Going on holiday to Thailand and these are perfect for keeping the kids asleep. Great deal.

I wouldn't have the luggage space, but I guess it's not to bad for lone travellers. oO
banned#28
Stubeauty
mike_6480
Does anyone know if you can use these on walls rather then windows (or an alternative that you can)?We are going on holiday woth our 19 month old next year, and it will be the first time we are sleeping in the same hotel room as him (previous holidays have been where we have stayed in a caravan etc, and he has had his own room).I thinking of something we can easiyl carry abroad, and use to divide the room into two (kind of like he has his own bedroom so we don;t have to go to sleep at 8pm every night!)
Try [url=this]this[/url]



That tent is great! I hate bright sunny mornings on a campsite.
#29
Bigfootpete
I can't see how this would work - there has to be a gap between the suction cups and the top of the curtain...or is there an overlap? But even with the overlap there would be a gap...


There is extra material which is kinda stiffened a bit, so once its suctioned up onto glass etc the extra fabric helps keep a neat seal, blocking out light.

You dont need to understand how it works, just know that it does ;)
#30
whateveryouwant
Stubeauty
mike_6480
Does anyone know if you can use these on walls rather then windows (or an alternative that you can)?We are going on holiday woth our 19 month old next year, and it will be the first time we are sleeping in the same hotel room as him (previous holidays have been where we have stayed in a caravan etc, and he has had his own room).I thinking of something we can easiyl carry abroad, and use to divide the room into two (kind of like he has his own bedroom so we don;t have to go to sleep at 8pm every night!)
Try [url=this]this[/url]



That tent is great! I hate bright sunny mornings on a campsite.


Reviews don't read well though if you're camping.
#31
This has actually made me want to cry with happiness. I had no idea you could buy these.
#32
My sister has some of the static black out blinds which don't use the suction pads, just work with the static on the window and are fantastic for her little boy's room.
#33
£21.29 now.

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