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SCHOTTIS Blackout pleated blind, dark gray, 39 ¼x74 ¾ "

SCHOTTIS Blackout pleated blind, dark gray,

Price $ 12.99
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SCHOTTIS Blackout pleated blind, dark gray, 39 ¼x74 ¾ "
SCHOTTIS Pleated blind, white, 35 ½x74 ¾ "

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With block-out blinds you won’t get your sleep disturbed by moonlight and street lights - or be woken by the sun when you want to sleep in late.

Article Number903.695.07

Product details

Blackout blinds blocks light from shining through and completely darkens your room.

Easy to attach to your window frame. No drilling needed.

Can be easily cut to the desired size.

Keep the blind open in the desired position by securing it in place with the included clips.

When you want to close the blind completely you can fasten it to the bottom of the window frame using the included hook-and-loop fastener.


IKEA of Sweden


Length: 190 cm (74 ¾ ")

Width: 100 cm (39 ¼ ")

Area: 1.90 m² (20.45 sq feet)

Ratings and reviews

Very poor quality CrystalWhile these blinds are inexpensive and you get what you pay for, I expected them to at least last through installation before falling apart. I got them attached at the top of the window frame then stuck the Velcro to the bottom of the frame and they immediately ripped about 10” because the Velcro is stronger than the material. Unfortunately now one set out of three, is no longer usable. 1
Did the job SharonIt is inexpensive but very delicate - the bottom tore on the first use - but did the job 4
I wish they come inAlbertI wish they come in different colours4
Easy to install, block the sun and keep windows privacy.WallaceEasy to install, block the sun and keep windows complete pravicy 5
Good for short-termJodyBought these to black out the baby's room. They're great temporary blinds, but they looked worn fast. The plastic things that came with them to hold open the blinds didn't work for us - we use clothes pins, and the areas where we clip them up were worn and thin after a month. But still glad we bought them!4
You get exactly what you pay forLeahbethThese are cheap and flimsy, which is exactly what I expected. Good for a temporary solution!3
Love thisAndrea MarieI didn’t expect that I will love it. It’s perfect to my room and basement. Planning to buy more1
Good price!KathyGood price!5
Great productsNassimIt’s affordable, super easy to install and looks great . Also great black out capability as well.5
Exactly what we needSamirExactly what we need5
They did the job. TheTanyaThey did the job. The clips to adjust the length could be better designed. They kept falling off. Still a good product5
its ok as temporaryPatriciadouble side tape isnt very strong4
Works great ! Great valueAtamWorks great ! Great value for money. Highly recommended.5
waste of moneyJilladhesive lasted about 24hrs--had to use painter tape to keep it up1
Cheap and CheerfulSueNeeded these in a spare bedroom to block the sun behind some shutters. Easy to cut to size and install5
Great productMorganQuick install, very room darkening, easy peasy to cut to size, great price.5
These are okThereseThey stick on with included tape, and shut with included sticky velcro. However the clips included to hold them open tend to spring off and that's annoying, and they tear very easily. For my purposes, they work well in one room for privacy, while still letting light in. A cheap solution for privacy, and simple to install. I just don't like the plastic clips incl to hold them open; they do not work very well. And they are a bit fragile, so I wouldn't expect them to last a long time. Still, for under 10 bucks, the value is good if you need privacy and light filtering.4
Amazing productRamanAmazing product5
Was ok for the priceEdwardWas ok for the price5
SCHOTTIS Blackout pleated blind, dark gray, 39 ¼x74 ¾ "

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Function solution

Blackout fabric

The black-out fabric effectively blocks out all light. Perfect for people who are sensitive to light during sleep, anytime of the day. It prevents glare on TV’s and digital screens. It offers complete privacy at all hours since people outside cannot see in, even when the room is lit.