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Farbe:Blue  |  Größe:90x200cm

Lichtdurchlässig aber blickdicht :Die Jalousie ist nicht transparent aber nicht ganz verdunkelnd und bietet Ihnen optimalen Sichtschutz durch den blickdichten gekreppten Plisseestoff.

★ Professionellen Vorhang Hersteller etabliert, perfekte Qualität zu verfolgen, professionelle Dienstleistungen und die Schaffung eine angenehme Umgebung bietet

★ Name: Cellular Shades
★ Menge: 1
★ Stil: Simple
★ Farbe: Blau
★ Zubehör: Schraube x4, Basis x4

★ Größe: (Breite x Höhe) links und rechts Breite, eine obere und untere Höhen
★ Customized Bereich: 40cm ≤ Breite ≤ 140 cm, 50cm ≤ Länge ≤ 300cm

★ Steuerverfahren: POM Seil, zirkulierendes Seil;mit Limiter
★ Blendschutz: transluzent, Licht Filtering, Schutz der Privatsphäre, atmungsaktiv
★ Energieeinsparung: Wabenstruktur, Wärmedämmung, Innen konstante Temperatur, Reduzierung des Energieverbrauchs

★ Einbauanleitung:
1.First Maß Fensterlänge, Breite, Tiefe
2.Internal Installation: Jalousien width = Fensterbreite -1cm, Fenstertiefegt; 4cm, Fenster kann nicht zu Hause geöffnet werden
3.External Installation: Rolläden width = Fensterbreite + 10 cm, Länge = Curtain Jalousien bedecken + 10cm, müssen perforierte Wand



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