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  • Measuring
  • April 16, 2019
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Whatever size you think you need, you actually need 2 inches longer. The fabric is cut 1.75 inches shorter than whatever the length the box indicates. I went through quite the headache figuring this out and hope it saves someone some time. I didn't have any issues with the spring back function. Make sure your brackets are hung flush with the pipe to give it enough tention and just keep cranking that nob for 15 full turns or 30 half turns.

Amber

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By: Amber
  • Their "sophisticated spring system" for rolling up the blind doesn't work at all. When installing...
  • March 12, 2018

Their "sophisticated spring system" for rolling up the blind doesn't work at all. When installing you are supposed to spin a wheel to increase the tension in the spring to enable the rollup. But the wheel just spins right back to the starting point leaving no tension. The result is the blind will not roll up once lowered. The design is broken. I don't know how this got to market. A frustratingly bad experience.

DavidK

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By: DavidK
  • Poor workmanship on the cutting. Their instructions stated specifically that F= width of the shad...
  • January 13, 2019

Poor workmanship on the cutting. Their instructions stated specifically that F= width of the shade and F = width of the window minus 1 and 37/64 (so about 1.5 inch). So when I measure the window to be 46.5" and 58.5", which are both written on the box when I received them, I should expect F to = ~45" and 57" respectively. No, they came as 44.5" and 56.5". Poor quality control and a waste of my time putting everything together only to remove and return. Quality of the materials are decent enough so giving them 3 stars overall.

SDHome

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By: SDHome
  • This is an ok shade. The directions really didnt have any word just pictures. In full disclosure ...
  • June 24, 2019
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This is an ok shade. The directions really didnt have any word just pictures. In full disclosure i did not need to cut my shade so installation was easier. It was a pretty easy installation. Just level and measure and screw the bracket to where ever you are hanging it up. It is a true black out shade. I was not able to get it to roll up by itself. Not sure if it supposed to and would shock me if it didnt. I will have to mess around with it more.

Pros Easy to Install, Nice Design
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Jarett

25 to 34, Male
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By: Jarett
  • READ ME! You probably need a different size than you think... TLDR: The shade material itself is ...
  • February 22, 2020

READ ME! You probably need a different size than you think... TLDR: The shade material itself is 2" less than what you think you're getting. I ordered 34.5" and the shade fabric itself was cut exactly 32 9/16". So it's almost 2 whole inches too short. Details: I saw several reviews suggesting you should purchase a shade 1-2" bigger than what you actually think you need. This seemed a little hard to believe, and I got the impression that this was for people mounting the shade outside the window frame. Then this line from the product details also made me feel confident about the width I was ordering: "Actual width of this shade is the same as width ordered." But this is absolutely NOT accurate, as of 2/22/20. In my case... I'm trying to mount the shade INSIDE the window frame. The window opening is 34.5", so I figured if I ask for the 34.5" product, it would fit more or less perfectly, with the arriving shade being 34.5" including the hardware and maybe 1/4" of gap on either side of the fabric once the shade was mounted. This is definitely not what happens... The person who cut and packed my shade wrote 34.5" on the packaging, but the shade material itself was just a hair over 32.5" wide. Another approximately 1" of the "total width" came from the mounting hardware which of course is at the very top only. As best as I can tell, the rest of the "width" is apparently wiggle room. But that means there is approximately 2" of gap on either side of the shade that actually covers the window. Since my second-floor bedroom gets direct morning sunlight, an inch on both sides of the shade will allow in way too much light, negating the "blackout" nature/goal of the product. So I'm returning it, and even though my window is 34.5", I'm ordering the 35.5" width version of the product. Fingers crossed.

pDiddy

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By: pDiddy
  • The Bright White, Blackout, Cordless Roller Shade works wonderfully at preventing the sun from sh...
  • June 27, 2019
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The Bright White, Blackout, Cordless Roller Shade works wonderfully at preventing the sun from shining in your room. It will keep the room darkened and comfortably cooler. If your windows are letting in too much sunlight and fading the furniture fabric, then this roller shade will fix that problem. I love how much this Blackout, Fabric Roller Shade is significantly heavier and thicker than other roller shades. It's made with high quality construction and feels very durable. You will receive 100% privacy with this shade.

Pros Durable, Easy to Install, Easy to Use, High Quality, Looks Great, Nice Design, Stylish

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LadyBug

tulsa
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By: LadyBug
  • We used these in the master bedroom that looks out over the pool area. The privacy it provides is...
  • June 25, 2019
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We used these in the master bedroom that looks out over the pool area. The privacy it provides is total. It was easy to install with basic tools that most people have. The instructions could have a few more words in the description, but the videos in the Home Depot product listing clear up all confusion or knowledge gaps. I have supervised dozens of roller blind installations of the years, the measurements are always from bracket to bracket. You have to have enough room to hang them. You can cut the width down to a smaller size to suit. Allowing you different looks when hanging. These are excellent quality blinds. We got these in white, a true white, not a gray white.

Pros Easy to Install, Easy to Use, Good Size & Weight, High Quality, Looks Great, measure the entire opening remember blinds are, opening blinds are ordered including the space, ordered including the space for the brackets, face the bracket flange towards the blind saves, space and a better look

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EVroom1

Florida
55 to 64, Male
1 out of 1 people found this helpful
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By: EVroom1
  • It's supposed to be fabric, but it looks and feels...
  • April 23, 2019

It's supposed to be fabric, but it looks and feels like vinyl. Returning it.

LRB

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By: LRB
  • They dont work. Very poor quality and very difficult to...
  • January 02, 2019

They dont work. Very poor quality and very difficult to setup.

Sai

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By: Sai
  • RE: Cocoon by Coulisse - Cut-to-Width Bright White Fabric Blackout Cordless Roller Shade - 23 in....
  • June 29, 2019
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RE: Cocoon by Coulisse - Cut-to-Width Bright White Fabric Blackout Cordless Roller Shade - 23 in. W x 72 in. L I originally ordered this to install on a side window adjacent to the front door, however I decided to install in another window. This is a true blackout type shade and will definitely darken a room. As others have stated, the width stated is the outside bracket dimension, the actual shade width is approx 1-1/2 inch narrower, on mine anyway...

Pros Looks Great
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surv8r

Albany, Georgia
55 to 64, Male
1 out of 1 people found this helpful
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By: surv8r