So everything I learned about these blinds was from the customers themselves. Here’s what they said and here’s what I saw:
1. The cut down isle faux wood blinds are actually white plastic slats.
2. Plastic is heavy. If these blinds are over a certain height you can’t pull them up.
3. When you try to pull them up and the cord breaks the blind is garbage. Unfortunately, there aren’t replacement parts for any of the blinds mechanisms so broken blinds end up the landfill.
4. The blinds are made at a certain height and width so they are always too long. Customers are expected to take the slats out of the bottom when they get home. I learned for wives that 90% of husbands can’t figure out how to do this and so the slats end up staying there forever.
5. The blinds are also all made wider that you may need them so there are a lot of ladders. Ladders connect the slats and give the blind support but they also block your view.