Sunscreen Roller Blind Panorama Grey

Australian  Manufactured
Australian Manufactured
5 Years Warranty
5 Years Warranty
Easy to Measure & Install
Easy to Measure & Install
Installation Support
Installation Support
Online Customisation,  Ordering & Fast  Delivery
Online Customisation, Ordering & Fast Delivery
High Quality Materials & Fittings
High Quality Materials & Fittings

Price starting from $64

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  • To customise your order simply measure your windows in millimeters then enter the width and height and click instant price.

    Don’t forget to:

    - Use a metal tape measure
    - Measure the width and height in 2 places and use the smallest measurement
    - Don’t make any deductions, the factory will do this for you
    - Check for any obstructions that would stop the blind moving up and down

    Note: If you are measuring an existing Roller Blind, measure from the outside edge of one bracket to the other.


    Inside mounting: Measure the width and height on the inside of the window frame from one edge to the other on both the top and bottom of the window frame. Check that the depth (reveal) of the window frame is equal to, or greater than, 75mm.

    Outside mounting: Measure with width and height from one edge of the architrave to the other.

    For more detailed instructions, including how to measure for outside mounting without architraves, read our How to Measure for Roller Blinds pdf.

    You can Inside Mount your blind in the recess of your window or Outside Mount on the architrave or wall.

    Inside Mount

    Outside Mount

    It's important to check that there are no obstructions in the window and enough recess (minimum 75mm) to Inside Mount. Once confirmed, the choice is personal preference.

    When Inside Mount is selected the factory makes a deduction of 3mm from the width of the blind to ensure it fits comfortably in the frame. Inside Mounted roller blinds also have a light gap of approximately 15mm between the fabric and the frame on each side to allow for blind mechanisms.

    Back Roll: The fabric comes off the back of the roller, closer to the glass and away from the room. This is the method that provides the best light control, it also considered standard in the industry. Unless you are using a pelmet it is not recommended for blockout fabrics (except for Eclipse), as a different colour backing will show on the top of the roll. If you would like pelmets with your order simply contact our team at [email protected].

    Front Roll: The fabric comes forward off the roller, away from the glass. This is ideal for when you have obstructions such as window winders, window locks, and door handles. This method also hides the roller and creates a valance finish. This is not recommended for outside mounted blinds due to the increased gap down the sides, with the exception of corner windows. Highly recommended for all blockout fabrics (other than Eclipse) as they have  a white back-coating that will show if back rolled.

    You have the ability to select the control side that best suits you. This is easily worked out as the side that is best, whilst standing facing the window.

    A standard control side is the RH side, as most people are right-handed, however this may not be possible to poor accessibility to that side of the window.


    Left hand control roller blind


    Right hand control roller blind

    As standard our blind chains come in a choice of 3 PVC colours or Nickle. Alternatively you can upgrade to a stainless steel chain for a premium finish.

    When you select our motorisation option, we supply a powerful 6nm AC motor. The motor needs to be connected to your mains power by a qualified electrician. The motor is controlled remotely by your choice of either our 1ch (controls 1 motor) or 5 ch (for multiple blinds).


    Roller Blind White Chain


    Roller Blinds White Chain


    Black Chain Roller Blind


    Nickle Chain Roller Blinds 

    Stainless Steel

    Stainless Steel Chain Roller Blind

    Remote (motorised)

    This selection is for the bottom rail and bracket colours. If you'd prefer different colour combination for your brackets and bottom rail please leave a comment in the notes section when you checkout.

    All our Roller Blinds are supplied with a stylish oval bottom rail.

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  • Description & Features
  • Technical Info
  • Installation
  • Shipping & Delivery
  • Product Review

Roller blinds are an easy and economical way to add colour & style to any window. A minimalistic design has made these blinds very popular forcontemporary living. The fabric roller covers very little of a windows glass, which allows living spaces to be opened up when required. The blinds can be easily retracted for light control and privacy.

  • An Australian custom made product
  • Block out, light filtering or sunscreen fabrics the choice is yours!
  • Colour co-ordinate bottom rails & ball chains with door handles or window frame colours.
  • Blinds can be linked together, perfect for sliding doors, wide windows or bi-folding doors.
  • Minimalist styling.
  • Great value motorisation
Things you should know
  • When Indoor blinds are inside mounted, there’ll be a light gap between the fabric and the window frame on both sides & between the top frame and the roller.
  • We do not recommend front rolling a roller blind that will be outside mounted as the gap between the fabric and the wall is increased.
  • If back rolling a roller blind when using a blockout fabric with a white backing, the colour of the backing will be visible on the tube at the top of the blind.
  • The chain must be secured with a safety cleat to comply with child safety regulations.
  • The standard chain is supplied at approximately ¾ the blinds drop; if a longer or shorter chain is required please specify this in the comments section at the checkout.
  • Be mindful of tile splashbacks in the kitchen, sometimes blinds are ordered prior to the tiles being installed, this will cause the blind to get stuck on the tiles protruding into the window

Roller Blinds Technical Info

Roller Tube Size and Components
  • The standard roller tube size is 38mm
  • For blinds greater than 2310mm in width a Heavy Duty chain winder and a 50mm tube is required to avoid the tube bowing.
  • For blinds in the same room (e.g. Lounge 1 and Lounge 2) we will manufacture the smaller blind on the 50mm tube to ensure a consistent look.
  • If you have any questions contact our friendly customer service team for advice!
Minimum/Maximum Sizes
  • The maximum width size for roller blinds is determined by the roll width of the fabric chosen. Different fabrics have different maximum sizes.
  • The minimum width is 150mm
  • Minimum Height: 400mm Maximum Height: 3000mm
Chain Length
  • The standard chain is supplied at the below sizes dependent on the blinds height. if a longer or shorter chain is required please specify this in the comments section at the checkout.
    • Longer chains are often required for stairwell blinds or above bi-fold doors.
    • Shorter chains are often required for kitchen windows so the child safety device is not fixed to your tiles.
100mm – 600mm350mm
601mm – 800mm500mm
801mm – 1200mm750mm
1201mm – 1400mm1000mm
1401mm – 1800mm1250mm
1801mm – 2200mm1500mm
2201mm – 2400mm1750mm
2401mm – 2600mm2000mm
2601mm – 3000mm2250mm

Coming Soon

Coming Soon! Unfortunately an Installation service isn’t available for this product at the moment, but we’re working on it!

Installing roller blinds is really easy; take a look at our detailed instructions here.

For any questions we’re only a phone call away.

Shipping and Delivery

We offer Free Shipping for all orders over $99.

Orders under $99 have a low flat rate of only $30 per order.

Our free fabric samples also have free shipping.

All products are manufactured and dispatched within 5 working days of placing your order. We send all deliveries on an overnight express service, depending on your location this is usually takes 1-3 days.