Gro Anywhere Blackout Blinds £7 @ halfords
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Gro Anywhere Blackout Blinds £7 @ halfords

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Found 19th Mar 2016
Gro Anywhere Blackout Blinds founds loads these at halfords merry hill and spotted in halfords in Birmingham these are a bargain for £7 this is the cheapest anywhere

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Wow that's an excellent price, well found. IIRC these are £25 new and ~£19 second hand everywhere else.
damn. wish it was available online.
great product for travelling with babies... and students...
whitecitadel

great product for travelling with babies... and students...



Do you work in marketing?
jackbremer

Wow that's an excellent price, well found. IIRC these are £25 new and … Wow that's an excellent price, well found. IIRC these are £25 new and ~£19 second hand everywhere else.



Its £15 on Amazon often!?
Good price, but not an amazing product.

I'm a really light sleeper and got one for sleeping at friend's houses etc.

Obviously won't fully block out light at edges, though does through the material.

Sucker cups don't seem to be as great as they could be.
these are Fab, I found that they really blocked out the light in babies room
Great product for kids especially when travelling.
Heat. Ordered for my cousin who told me, for some reason, he needs exactly 12 hours darkness a day in his spare room.
whitecitadel

great product for travelling with babies... and students...


And students with babies?
whitecitadel

great product for travelling with babies... and students...



and anyone who hates light in the morning!
We got rid of ours. It's too much of a hassle to put up and take down. Far better off buying a standard black out blind.
Which birmingham store was this please?
We have a blackout roller blind in babies room but it still let's too much light from 4.30am in summer so this works well for us during those months. Adjustable size with Velcro bits and you have to make sure you wet and stick the suckers evenly and right to the edge of glass... However I still roll the black out blind over it and we have darkness! And still the baby does not sleep well...zzz
They had some in the Bilston store too
ruddas

We got rid of ours. It's too much of a hassle to put up and take down. … We got rid of ours. It's too much of a hassle to put up and take down. Far better off buying a standard black out blind.


I'd recommend it as a travel blind..
AnnaMak

Its £15 on Amazon often!?



Fair play. I haven't looked for them since we bought six, and then we had proper shutters and thick curtains put in the new pad.
Where were they located in the store. With which other items please?
reddragon105

And students with babies?



​And baby students.
Buy 29 sets and get 12 months interest free credit.
Why is it called Gro Anywhere? Unless aiming at people like David Brent's cousin.
Any good for vampires? :-)
sucker cups are poor and no longer stick. blind does its job if you can keep it to stay up
none left in merry hill. just been in. clearness section was empty
N_W2003

none left in merry hill. just been in. clearness section was empty


Thanks for the heads up, was going to have a butchers whilst down there in a bit.
Moonmonkeys

Thanks for the heads up, was going to have a butchers whilst down there … Thanks for the heads up, was going to have a butchers whilst down there in a bit.





Shouldn't stop you mincing down there though.
Great find 19.99 in Argos.
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Good price, but not an amazing product.I'm a really light sleeper and got … Good price, but not an amazing product.I'm a really light sleeper and got one for sleeping at friend's houses etc.Obviously won't fully block out light at edges, though does through the material.Sucker cups don't seem to be as great as they could be.



We have one for my LOs room - phenomenal: doesn't let any light in...
justicesj

sucker cups are poor and no longer stick. blind does its job if you can … sucker cups are poor and no longer stick. blind does its job if you can keep it to stay up



We've had ours for 2.5 years and still going strong...
Just visited my local Halfords and there was none in unfortunately, this was in Hattersley near Ormskirk.

Don't suppose as a bit of a long shot that anyone has tried my other local ish one, Wigan? If you have please let me know if they have them in?
Heat added, but you could just paint it black. BLACK!
Good find. But is this what they call the wild chase of the goose?
£15 at amazon and john lewis currently
They're pish....!!!!
SausageMummy

We have one for my LOs room - phenomenal: doesn't let any light in...


I suspect my standards for light, may be a little, ah, tighter - normally I have double proper blackout material so that even in the middle of summer, you could be facing the window, wave your hand infront and not be able to see any movement or anything but 'black'.
Amazed Halfords are selling these , they cant be legal , surely they'd impair your vision ?
Skank-tastic deal.
I use black binliners like any self respecting goth. keep it real.
they're a cheap alternative, fixing them up an taking down a lot seems to make the suction cups useless so i just leave it up now.
MinerWilly

Amazed Halfords are selling these , they cant be legal , surely they'd … Amazed Halfords are selling these , they cant be legal , surely they'd impair your vision ?





minerwally you don't put it on the windscreen, you burk.
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