COMPETITION: Lights Out Blinds

Friday, 31 May 2013

Recently we have reviewed a pair of pop up portable blinds from Lights Out Blinds. You can read our review By clicking here.  The lovely Anne at Lights Out Blinds has offered me ONE pack of two Lights Out Blinds to giveaway to one lucky winner.



Here are a few reasons why Lights Out Blinds are so unique:



  • They take seconds to put up/take down
  • Each pack contains two blinds, offering positioning flexibility.
  • They can be attached to open windows, allowing in the breeze on hot summer nights.
  • They can work on recessed windows.
  • Unique design means no fiddly size adjustments are necessary
  • They are not window specific, so can be moved from room to room.
  • Simple attachment with one sucker applied to the centre of the window. No need to reach to the top.
  • They are a cheaper, multipurpose alternative to purchasing blackout curtains.

  • If you'd like a chance to win the pack of Lights Out Blinds then fill out the rafflecopter form below.


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    95 comments

    1. my babys room

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    2. I would give it to my 2 yo Great-Niece for her bedroom

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    3. My sons room (frances hopkins)

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    4. My daughters room x

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    5. We would use the blind in our two and half year olds room, as the sun shines right into her room in the evenings on these summer nights.

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    6. Would be perfect for nights spent at grannies, and our bedroom for the new arrival!

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    7. I would use in Harry's room

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    8. i would use it in finns bedroom

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    9. my youngest daughter's room - she's 6 weeks old, just built the cot today ready for when she outgrows the moses basket!

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    10. my room to start with then bubs room!

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    11. my youngest daughter's room to ensure that we all get a lie in!
      BNM

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    12. I'd use it in my eldest son's room to stop him waking at the crack of dawn *yawn*

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    13. I would use it in our bedroom for those mornings when Little Mr has had his first bottle of the day and I want to enjoy watching him sleeping. Our bedroom has the morning sun and its so bright!

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    14. i would use it in my sons bedroom as the sun rise always wakes him up far too early!

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    15. my nans spare room, for when we stay over

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    16. i would use it in the bedroom when my daughter comes to live here with her new baby :)

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    17. i would use it in my sons room as it gets really light in there. x

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    18. in our loft extension.

      Kathy D

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    19. My Grandson's bedroom :-)

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    20. My room with our son in as he keeps waking at 5.00am with the birdies

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    21. The nieces room, so she can rest her little head more soundly.

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    22. My daughter's room.

      Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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    23. my sons room he is an early waker because of the light mornings x
      michelle renwick

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    24. Mine as my youngest is still in my room at the moment :)

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    25. my youngest son, we have just moved & the sun shines right in his room in the morning!

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    26. The babes room... he's outgrowing his moses basket so will be moving in there very soon =)

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    27. my baby girls room

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    28. my sons room he gets up as soon as its daylight lol

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    29. I would actually have them in my room as I suffer from Photophobia, or light sensitivity related to migraines. A black out blind would be fab and mean I could ditch my eye masks lol x

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    30. My room as I always get woken up by the light

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    31. My sons room

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    32. Katie Matthews13 June 2013 at 20:54

      If it was bigger I would cover the whole house and leave it there for a week, I am soooooo tired. I would put it in my eldest son's room (3) they both wake up early but it would be ALOT better if it was just one ;)

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    33. Daughter's room @lorrainesaeed

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    34. donna gartshore15 June 2013 at 20:53

      My son's bedroom

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    35. my bedroom, my curtains are very thin :(

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    36. Debbie Corlett16 June 2013 at 22:56

      For my grandsons room

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    37. my room ive got really thin curtains

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    38. my son's room

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    39. In my daughters room especially with these light nights

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    40. in my 16 months old room. she only has net curtains in there

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    41. In my 5 month old's nursery - I already have a blind and thick curtains, but the light is still waking her up!

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    42. my son's room, his thomas tank engine curtains are very thin and these would be great, it would stop him waking up and rolling around in his cot chatting at 4am and let him know when bedtime is.

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    43. My daughters bedroom in the summer when she insists that 5am is wake up time. It definitely is not!!!!!!!!!!!

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    44. My girls room. 5am wake up is not normal!!!!

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    45. claire thomson little19 June 2013 at 21:51

      my room at the moment as the kids room has one and i would like to swap them rooms but the fact i don't have one puts me off

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    46. The bathroom because the sun is so bright in there in the mornings so I have to wear sunglasses!

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    47. Pam Francis Gregory20 June 2013 at 10:53

      My room!

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    48. my daughters bedroom, as in the summer, the light is still bright at bedtime

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    49. my bedroom as its the last in the house to be done x

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    50. My baby's nursery :)
      Kate Bourne-Francis

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    51. my toddlers room in the hope she may sleep in longer

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    52. Definitely my daughters' bedroom but it would also be useful for when my children take a video projector to a friend's house to watch a film.

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    53. most deffo my girls bedroom- they are terrible sleepers in the summer!

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    54. They would be perfect for my son's (6) room. At the moment I am draping a heavy dark blanket over the curtain rail to try and keep the light to a minimum.

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    55. the kids bedroom, maybe we can all have a lie in at the weekends then x x x x

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    56. My bedroom as i really struggle to sleep in summer

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    57. These would be so useful when visiting relatives. What a fantastic idea!

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    58. These would be so useful when visiting relatives. What a fantastic idea! Judith Lightfoot

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    59. my sons bedroom so that in the summer he will be able to sleep earlier

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    60. Our bedroom - my hubby is a terrible sleeper and always moans and wakes me up when it gets light!

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    61. One of the front bedrooms to keep the brightness from the street lights out!

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    62. my daughters bedroom - she really needs some so I can sleep!

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