John Lewis Metal Venetian Blinds, REDUCED TO CLEAR, Half Price, £5 - £15 + (£3 delivery or FREE Click&Collect)
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John Lewis Metal Venetian Blinds, REDUCED TO CLEAR, Half Price, £5 - £15 + (£3 delivery or FREE Click&Collect)

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Found 28th May 2013
These metal aluminium blinds are of great quality and look great. I have had many blinds in the past and always seem to break or are difficult to use. I have had these exact same blinds for over a year now and they are perfect and function well. Last year I bought them at full price (red colour), now I have just purchased the blue variety for a change of colour. They have great reviews on them too.
Well worth the price. Comes in Black, Red or Blue, in different widths (60cm to 180 cm), the drop is 160cm, the slats are 25mm.
£3 for delivery or click&collect for free.
Returns are free.
First post, easy now.

22 Comments

Original Poster

Cheers

Dust collectors X)

Just ordered the blue ones, good find - thanks

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Hot blinds btw

Argghhhh, could have done with 3 of the 60cm Black blinds, but they don't have any :(.
Got 3 x Red for my daughters room though, cheers.

When is sold out online just try your local store.

pmaker

When is sold out online just try your local store.



Easier said than done .... JL isn't exactly a corner shop.

computsoft

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pmsl

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I got 2 red ones about 2 months ago, for these prices, a 150cm one and a 90cm one. They look nice, but are by far the worst quality metal blinds I have had. The bracket for fixing them is a stupid design that actually scrapes paint from the blind as you struggle to mount it, and fits so insecurely it makes raising and lowering the blind tricky, and what's the deal with having 3 screw holes but only 2 screws? The paint finish on them is also far from wonderful.

Good price, crap quality. First John Lewis products I have ever purchased, and unless I get a great bargain, likely to be the last.

Edited by: "mattclarkie" 28th May 2013

Original Poster

To mattclarkie
I have the red 150cm version too, for over a year, the installation was a walk in the park and I didnt manage to scrape even a fingernails scratch on any part of the blind. Raising and lowering is very easy, not tricky one bit, the easiest I've ever had, sturdy too. Blinds are lightweight, which makes them even more easy to use, not too much downforce required to pull the string down. The paint finish is fantastic, it looks the part, sleek, clean & a nice sheen to them.

Superb price, great quality. I still would and have purchased this at full price in the past. I think you need to go back to venus.




Edited by: "Kingbee" 28th May 2013

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Nice. Ordered 6 of the blue, that's the conservatory sorted.

Its a good job blinds were invented or it would have been curtains for all of us!

whitecarlos

Its a good job blinds were invented or it would have been curtains for … Its a good job blinds were invented or it would have been curtains for all of us!



Yes, but how do you make a Venetian blind?

You want to get plantation shutters. Much more expensive obviously but they will last you for life, look classy and are a doddle to clean with the vacuum cleaner

Steviebaby

Yes, but how do you make a Venetian blind?


By poking them in the eyes

Original Poster

Do not know why this has been expired, because they are still at clearance prices (red & blue). Un-expire pls.
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