Blind side panel help

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  1. pvw10

    pvw10 Read Only Funster

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    Hi,
    have an Omni 5002 blind fitted and think an end/side would be useful.

    Found ebay item190815350201 which will do my model (awaiting cost for fitting kit) but ask has anybody found one they are happy to recommend ?

    Many thanks in advance............
     
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    Try .windblockers.net/, will keep out wind and rain,easy to fit and fold down to next to nothing for storage:thumb:
     
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    Seems ideal thanks, rubbish web site though as cannot figure how it works and no email either !

    I guess you get a pole and the thing hangs from the pole but what holes the pole on please ?
     
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    I would recommend a Windblockers too. There is a video somewhere, try you tube. They work brilliantly, we have the wrap around end type. :BigGrin:
     
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    Good to hear thanks, yes just found the videos and seems to offer just what we need, thanks peoples
     
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    Another vote for windblockers..
    They are not cheap and it took me some time to put my hand in pocket but they are very handy, work well and light /easy to pack away..

    Only downside is the "washing line pole" they use for keeping the curtains up.. Very poor and look cheap.. They often break at the plastic screw...

    I bought some decorators poles and use them instead..
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Extension...t=UK_Hand_Tools_Equipment&hash=item4d02eefe87
     
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    That's a top shout. Ok sold thanks chaps, one end panel in Blue and a decorators pole from fleabay, sorted.
    Cheers all
     
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