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Guide to Caravan Window Blinds

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Embarking on a caravan journey merges the thrill of exploration with the solace of nature, all while guaranteeing optimal comfort. A pivotal element ensuring such comfort is the caravan window blinds. They not only offer an intimate space but also shield from external elements and regulate the influx of sunlight. Let's dive deep into the myriad of caravan window models and their blind options provided by leading brands like Dometic, Camec, and Aussie Traveller. Whether you desire blockout blinds equipped with flyscreens or are contemplating alternatives like curtains, this guide furnishes a detailed overview of each offering.


Dometic's Line-Up of Caravan Window Blinds

1. Dometic Dlux (Formerly Seitz S4) Windows

Dometic S4 Window & Blind
Dometic S4 Window & Blind
  • Features: Accompanied with a matching internal frame which incorporates blockout blinds and flyscreen
  • Compatibility: Exclusive to its model and unsuitable for retrofitting onto other versions.

    2. Mobicool / Maygood Chal Windows

    Mobicool Chal Window & Blind
    Mobicool Chal Window & Blind
  • Features: Equipped with a matching internal frame which incorporates blockout blinds and flyscreen
  • Compatibility: Designed specifically for its model, retrofitting to others is inadvisable.

    3.Mobicool / Maygood ABS Windows

    Mobicool ABS Window & Blind
    Mobicool ABS Window & Blind

  • Features: Comes with a matching internal frame which incorporates pleated blockout blinds and a flyscreen.
  • Compatibility: Tailored for its model; retrofitting to alternate models is not recommended.

    4.Dometic S7P Windows

    Dometic S7P Window & Blind
    Dometic S7P Window & Blind

  • Features: Paired with Double Mini Cassette Blind which incorporate blockout blind and flyscreen. Made with plastic frames, the vertical sections can be trimmed down to suit different height windows.
  • Compatibility: The Mini Cassette Blinds are available independently of the S7 Window, they easily attach to walls using mounting screws. Ideal for flat wall installation, these blinds can be retrofitted to other pushout window variants.
  • Note: Unfortunately in 2023 Dometic Australia stopped offering the range.



    Camec's Window Solutions

    1. Camec Odyssey Range:

    Camec Wind-Out Windows
    Camec Wind-Out Windows

  • Features: These wind-out windows come standard with fixed flyscreens.
  • Compatibility: Given the protruding control box and winder handle, they aren't generally conducive to blinds. Curtains emerge as the most viable alternative.

    Aussie Travellers's Selection of Window Treatments

    1. Aussie Traveller Wind-Out Windows:

    Aussie Traveller Wind-Out Windows
    Aussie Traveller Wind-Out Windows

  • Features: These wind-out windows come standard with fixed flyscreens.
  • Compatibility: These are in line with the Camec offering, where curtains are predominantly the favored choice.

    2. Eurovision / Eurovision 2 Windows:

    Eurovision 2 Window & Blind
    Eurovision 2 Window & Blind

  • Features: Supplied with a tailored internal frame that houses both a blockout blind and midge screen. Eurovision internal blinds a constructed with a sleek white powder-coated aluminium frame.
  • Compatibility: Available independently, they can be seamlessly retrofitted to other pushout window models. Installation is a breeze, requiring just 4 screws anchored straight into the wall. Perfect for any flat wall without protruding winders.

    Eurovision Slimline Blinds

    If you are not matching up to a EuroVision Window simply use the Overall and Internal Opening Dimensions to select the suitable size. They are designed to be installed on flat walls without obstructions, remember to consider winders or catches that may protrude past the inside wall.

    Re-tensioning a EuroVision window blind is quite simple. If the blinds are fitted with block-out at the bottom (rising up) and screen at the top (pulling down), the adjustment only needs to be made to top right side of blind. Please be sure to read through The Instructions completely before beginning.



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      Peter

      Hi Guys, I'm looking for a guide advising the number of turns required to tension a Seitz S4 blind roller and specifically one to suit a 1450mm wide window. I thought I read it somewhere within CVP's guides but now can't seem to find it. From memory I think the number of turns was related to the length of the blind? Any assistance will be most welcome. Thanks, Peter Gohl

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