Blackout windows - anywhere, in seconds! - £26.99 @ CBC
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Blackout windows - anywhere, in seconds! - £26.99 @ CBC

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Found 4th Jul 2011
Heard about these magic rolls when they were on Dragons Den!

Ordered 2 rolls last week, price was £10 cheaper than Amazon and was also eligible for free delivery! Win Win!


** info taken from web **

Blackout windows - anywhere, in seconds!

The temporary window blackout covering... that's quicker, easier and cheaper than blackout blinds ?

Use with or without blinds or curtains to darken any room. Ideal for: Children?s nurseries - Night shift workers - New homes - Caravans and mobile homes - On holiday and when travelling - Schools and classrooms - Blacking out shop windows - Using with projectors and interactive whiteboards.

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That's astronomical - are you crazy?! COLD!!!!

Looked at these before, do look good but do they not get wrinkly, get fluff on them etc. so they lose their sticky if you are taking them on and off?

wozwebs

Looked at these before, do look good but do they not get wrinkly, get … Looked at these before, do look good but do they not get wrinkly, get fluff on them etc. so they lose their sticky if you are taking them on and off?


Stick-it...
Using static to any hard flat surface
Sticks to any window or glass without tape, glue or bluetac. It's magic!

Probably one of those inventions that peeps may baulk @ the cost, but after using are converted?

These will be perfect for blacking out my room. I have a projector and it's really tough to get the room dark enough when watching a film during the day. This could well be the answer in which case cheap solution for those in the same boat as me.

Thanks v much OP for putting me onto this.

Great for a trick, I bought £250 last time I went on a night out with the lads, left my car round mates house with it in the boot, got back and covered every window in his house with it whilst he was a sleep. He woke up and thought he'd gone blind!

The blitz is over!

@p-e-t-e LOL!!!!!!

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p-e-t-e

Great for a trick, I bought £250 last time I went on a night out with the … Great for a trick, I bought £250 last time I went on a night out with the lads, left my car round mates house with it in the boot, got back and covered every window in his house with it whilst he was a sleep. He woke up and thought he'd gone blind!



what was the point in doing all the windows? I'll have a fiver says he didnt wander round the house in the dark, he'd simple turn on the light in his bedroom.


In fact I'll have a tenner says it didnt even happen.

Wilmavein

what was the point in doing all the windows? I'll have a fiver says he … what was the point in doing all the windows? I'll have a fiver says he didnt wander round the house in the dark, he'd simple turn on the light in his bedroom.In fact I'll have a tenner says it didnt even happen.



I'll have twenty quid says no one cares either way

Banned

avsie

These will be perfect for blacking out my room. I have a projector and … These will be perfect for blacking out my room. I have a projector and it's really tough to get the room dark enough when watching a film during the day. This could well be the answer in which case cheap solution for those in the same boat as me.Thanks v much OP for putting me onto this.


so you dont mind having to stick them on EVERY time you watch a film? Sounds bizarre to me.

blackout curtain liners are far more convenient

How is this different to normal tint if being used as a permanent fix?

Just noticed how small they are. My lounge windows are 120cm x 120cm and I have 8 to cover lol
Edited by: "c00li0" 5th Jul 2011

We were looking at an easy blackout solution for our 1 year old so he would sleep longer rather than acting like a cockrel and waking when the sun rose.

Anyway look at the reviews of this on Amazon beofre buying. Looks like if you are going to put them up and then keep them up you should be ok. Start removing them and adding them regularly and the 'stick' wears off.
Then they become expensive bin liner material!

Great for growing illicit plants then

Surely these are meant for travelling? This sort of "sticky" material has been around for years - it's just very shiny and rubbery plastic film, is it not? You can get inkjet printable packs of this (clear) to make your own window stickers etc. If removed & replaced too many times, then it will become dirty, grubby, dusty or whatever and so in effect lose it's sticky. In theory though, could be cleaned although what a pain in the 'arris.

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davej1710

I'll have twenty quid says no one cares either way



Doesn't your reply suggest you do care one way or another? I'll email you my paypal address for my winnings.

Will this work on electric car windows?
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