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  • Uneven
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    We bought these for our son's nursery. They are not 100% black out but I was willing to deal with that. I was not, however, willing to accept that when you pull them down or push them up they are uneven. 9 times out of 10 when I push them up in the morning one side will retract to the top and the other will retract only so much leaving 4 inches from the top. Basically leaving them lopsided all day. Same happens when I pull them down. I drives me nuts. If they were cheap I'd deal but they aren't. And they are going back.

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    jfkg July 12, 2012
  • Doesn't quite make it dark enough
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    This is a nice shade, however it does not make the room as dark as it should. I would consider this a more light filtering shade than a darkening one.

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    canne July 27, 2011
  • True Blackout
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    I kept waking up very early with the "room darkening" blinds that I had previously. These shades are TRULY blackout shades which is fantastic. The rolling mechanism seems to be high quality, but the end caps pop off easily. This is not a VERY high quality shade, but it is a good quality shade. Hanging was rather complicated without the instructions which I found AFTER I hung the first one. The instructions were only moderately helpful to hang the second one. If you are looking for something that will truly darken your room, these are the ones!

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    majjacobs June 2, 2011
  • Expensive; but worth it
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    I work at night so it's very important for me to keep as much daylight out of my bedroom as possible. These shades are great for that and they also are very pretty. Can't beat form AND function. These are high quality shades and worth every penny.

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    lbinathens May 19, 2011
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