Gro anywhere travel blackout blind @ Amazon £14.99 half price!
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Gro anywhere travel blackout blind @ Amazon £14.99 half price!

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Found 17th Mar 2016
This is a fantastic deal, RRP is £29.99. Second hand ones are selling for more than this on eBay. They get excellent reviews. Be quick though as Amazon alter their prices depending on demand.

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These are great. Good price.

Thanks for posting just ordered

Argos site down on this item...bummer

Blackout buddy only £9.95 on Ebay with free post brand new,I've got one & it's excellent

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I got these from Amazon a while back when working night shifts. A bit **** as the suckers never stayed on the window!

Same price at john lewis, website has better video

Sueone1

Same price at john lewis, website has better video


Yep just ordered one! Annoying about the £30 for click and collect!

madnez00

I got these from Amazon a while back when working night shifts. A bit … I got these from Amazon a while back when working night shifts. A bit **** as the suckers never stayed on the window!


Was it cold by any chance? I discovered this in the winter when my phone holder kept falling from my windscreen!

Thanks. Now just need to find a deal on a hydroponics set-up and order some seeds from the Netherlands!

On a serious note, I work nights and these are a godsend.

Thanks, didn't know they sold for that second hand. Never got on with ours it's shoved in the wardrobe

yas212

Was it cold by any chance? I discovered this in the winter when my phone … Was it cold by any chance? I discovered this in the winter when my phone holder kept falling from my windscreen!



I put a little bit of water/saliva on the suckers and it stays on no problem. Also make sure you use the side suckers as that help supports the blinds. are so good quality and are very heavy. My blinds stay on until I'm ready to remove them when I do this.

kipo72

Blackout buddy only £9.95 on Ebay with free post brand new,I've got one & … Blackout buddy only £9.95 on Ebay with free post brand new,I've got one & it's excellent



​do you have link or item number thanks

Are these good as blackout blinds?

Original Poster

samzam

Are these good as blackout blinds?


Yes, they are designed to blackout the light to help babies etc sleep. I haven't used mine yet but I've heard really good things about them

What's the difference between the two blinds listed on Argos?

Original Poster

K9sandFelines

What's the difference between the two blinds listed on Argos?


I tried to work that out last night but I can't tell what the difference is. Very confusing that they seem to have the same item listed at 2 different prices. Am interested to see if anyone else can work it out??

catshouler

I tried to work that out last night but I can't tell what the difference … I tried to work that out last night but I can't tell what the difference is. Very confusing that they seem to have the same item listed at 2 different prices. Am interested to see if anyone else can work it out??


I think the more expensive one is corded and the cheaper one isn't. I only came to this conclusion from typing in the ean numbers into Google
Edited by: "yas212" 18th Mar 2016

techymum

I put a little bit of water/saliva on the suckers and it stays on no … I put a little bit of water/saliva on the suckers and it stays on no problem. Also make sure you use the side suckers as that help supports the blinds. are so good quality and are very heavy. My blinds stay on until I'm ready to remove them when I do this.


Sure, but what I was asking is of the windows were very cold. My phone holder usually never budges but for some scientific reason which I don't know, when it was a very cold day it kept falling down! So prob the same with all pads!

yas212

I think the more expensive one is corded and the cheaper one isn't. I … I think the more expensive one is corded and the cheaper one isn't. I only came to this conclusion from typing in the ean numbers into Google



The new ones doesn't have a cord and has velcro pads to adjust the size of the blinds. It also has bigger suckers and have moon and stars design. I was reading the Amazon questions and answers and this was the response from the manufacturers.

I've got the new version. Don't think I would be very happy with a cord. Trying to keep the stringy cords to a minimum is a good thing in a babies/toddlers room.

yas212

Sure, but what I was asking is of the windows were very cold. My phone … Sure, but what I was asking is of the windows were very cold. My phone holder usually never budges but for some scientific reason which I don't know, when it was a very cold day it kept falling down! So prob the same with all pads!



Hmm not sure as by the winter months the blinds are down as it's dark enough. I only use these blinds in the spring/summer. Maybe this will help the parents who use these in the winter months too and experience the blinds falling for no reason.

Fantastic find thank you been looking for one of these. Mothercare ones are £30 !

I'm 24 years old and have one of these permanently on my bedroom window. Does the job and stops me waking up at the crack of dawn at weekends and in the Summer.

Looks like out of stock for delivery...

aw no, been looking for this for my toddler....none left for delivery....think i just missed out, what a great find though OP!

Amazon have these for the same price. Also if you have a nus card then you get an extra 5%. Every little helps!
Edited by: "A2EEM" 18th Mar 2016

Original Poster

A2EEM

Amazon have these for the same price. Also if you have a nus card then … Amazon have these for the same price. Also if you have a nus card then you get an extra 5%. Every little helps!


Thanks for that, Amazon must of reduced them today, they were £19.99 yesterday. I shall update the deal to tell people it's at Amazon not Argos as Argos have sold out now anyway

Original Poster

exclusivezia21

Looks like out of stock for delivery...


Have updated the deal as Amazon now have them for the same price :-)

yas212

Was it cold by any chance? I discovered this in the winter when my phone … Was it cold by any chance? I discovered this in the winter when my phone holder kept falling from my windscreen!


Nope, it was in the middle of the summer.

Original Poster

taraweeh

aw no, been looking for this for my toddler....none left for … aw no, been looking for this for my toddler....none left for delivery....think i just missed out, what a great find though OP!


Amazon now have them for same price :-)

techymum

Hmm not sure as by the winter months the blinds are down as it's dark … Hmm not sure as by the winter months the blinds are down as it's dark enough. I only use these blinds in the spring/summer. Maybe this will help the parents who use these in the winter months too and experience the blinds falling for no reason.


I stuck down all the suckers. Found that the top corner ones would come off and the rest would peel off due to the weight of the blinds.
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