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Sunflex introduces Swish cordless roller blinds

Published: 11 March 2019

Creative innovation and use of technology combine to offer a completely child and pet safe solution by removing the need for any cords or additional safety devices and for that extra peace of mind, conforming to the internationally recognised standard, BSEN:13120:2009 +A1 2014. The Swish cordless roller blinds from Sunflex

 

offer effortless operation with a fully controllable mechanism which allows you to alter both the speed of the blind movement and its stopping point within your window. With a simple rotation of a wheel situated on each side of the headrail, the blind can be adapted to suit your preference giving you the flexibility to control your blinds with ease, without any unsightly cords on display.

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