FRIDANS Block-out roller blind, white,
How to get it
The unique rod is like a wand that magically positions the blind exactly where you want it. The block-out coating prevents all light from coming in – so you can enjoy sleeping in late in the morning.Article number603.968.66
Block-out blinds blocks light from shining through and completely darkens your room.
Can be cut to the desired width.
The blind can be cut and re-cut to fit a smaller window. Ensure that you do not exceed maximum cut length.
The blind is cordless for increased child safety.
Can be mounted inside or outside the window recess, or in the ceiling.
This blinds fabric is made of polyester from recycled PET bottles. Using waste as a resource takes us one step closer to a more sustainable future.
Wall fittings included.
Different wall/ceiling materials require different types of fixing devices. Use fixing devices suitable for the wall/ceiling in your home, sold separately.
Rod to be mounted on the right-hand side of the roller blind.
The top rail can be cut max. 20 cm.
To ensure proper function when cutting the blind to fit a smaller window, do not exceed the max. cut length stated in the product information/assembly instructions. Save documents for future reference.
- 100 % polyester (100% recycled)
- Fabric treatment:
- Polyethylene plastic
- Wall bracket:
- Acetal plastic
- Bottom rail:
- Polystyrene plastic
- Polypropylene plastic
Do not wash.
Do not bleach.
Do not tumble dry.
Do not iron.
Do not dryclean.
Wipe clean with a cloth dampened in a mild cleaner.
Width of fabric: 80 cm
Width of roller: 85 cm
Length: 195 cm
Area: 1.56 m²
- FRIDANSArticle number603.968.66
Width: 8 cm
Height: 5 cm
Length: 93 cm
Weight: 1.20 kg
Why we hide the cord in FRIDANS
Children are curious and love to investigate things. These character traits also mean we have to be aware of safety when we decorate our homes. Accessible cords on traditional blinds have been known to cause accidents with children. That’s why we developed FRIDANS block-out roller blind. It has a rod that you use to adjust the blind – a safe solution for children, and functional for all ages.
In 2014, we got an invitation, along with other manufacturers of blinds, to meet with the Consumer Product Safety Commission – a governmental agency in the United States. They wanted to discuss how to prevent accidents with blinds that have accessible cords, and what possibilities there were to create something better. One of our Product Engineers, Bo Zhang, remembers it well. “We decided to immediately stop selling blinds with cords and only sell cordless ones.”
New solution but the same function
The decision meant some frustrated customers who wondered where the traditional blinds had gone. But it also meant that change was on the way. Bo and the team tried several different solutions until they came up with one that provided the same functionality as blinds with visible cords. “We realised we could keep the cord, but hide it,” he explains. The cord is inside a plastic rod that’s expandable and reinforced with strong glass fibre. When you pull it, you adjust the blind. “It’s safe, exact, and still at a low price,” says Bo proudly. The rod has not only been tested by our own lab, but also independent test labs. In addition, customers have checked the functionality. “By involving different people and organisations, we’ve made sure FRIDANS and the rod can meet the toughest demands – in every market,” says Bo. “The rod allows parents to create a safer environment for the youngest family members. When you live with children, that’s one important part of a better life at home,” he finishes.
When a safer home is a better home
The rod has not only been tested by our own lab, but also independent test labs. In addition, customers have checked the functionality. “By involving different people and organisations, we’ve made sure FRIDANS and the rod can meet the toughest demands – in every market,” says Bo. “The rod allows parents to create a safer environment for the youngest family members. When you live with children, that’s one important part of a better life at home,” he finishes.