Cost of Motorising Blinds Reduced by 60%

Apollo Blinds, the UK’s largest network of stores selling made-to-measure blinds, has launched One Touch™ a fantastic new automated blind system. At just £75 it marks a break-though in the price of operating blinds via a remote control or a pre-set programme (previous operating systems cost around £260).

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Whether it’s for a practical reason – a room contains more than four or five blinds, because you can’t reach a blind tucked behind a sofa or you have a mobility issue.

Or have you ever lay in bed and wanted to lift the blinds or throw back the curtains but couldn’t bear to get out into the cold?  Perhaps you want to add another layer of security to your home – tricking burglars into thinking you’re home with blinds that open and close automatically?  It could be because you love the latest tech gadgets for the home, or simply ‘you’re just lazy’; operating blinds by remote control and automated blinds are a must in 2016.

Automated blinds are no longer the domain of wealthy homeowners as Apollo Blinds introduces a new affordable motorised One Touch™ solution offering automation functions and reliability, but at a fraction of the price.

Mike Stephen of Apollo Blinds said: ‘Mass motorisation’ is due to hit homes in 2016. At just £75 (which includes remote control and lithium battery charger), homeowners can now put their feet up and enjoy a little luxury – for less. It’s one of those things that, once you have it, you can’t live without.”

This low cost option is available on any of Apollo’s brand new Roller Blind Collection.

The Apollo Blinds One Touch™ motorised system offers simple, convenient and easy to use operation for blinds.

  • Blinds operated by remote control from anywhere in the room
  • Battery powered which removes the need for mains wiring
  • The blind will operate for one year on one charge (normal use)
  • Up to five blinds can be controlled from one remote
  • Adding a motor to blinds also negates the need for a cord, meaning that they are extra safe for families with young children.

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