2-in-1: blackout and anti-heat blind

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  • Blackout and heat reduction
  • Save 20% off awning blind
  • Many colours
  • Free delivery
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About 2-in-1: blackout and anti-heat blind

Special offer: Get £40 cashback when you purchase this product. Terms and conditions apply. Claim your cashback by visiting www.velux.co.uk/heatprotection2022

Save 10% discount on an MHL anti-heat blind when combined with DKL blackout blinds in this 2-in-1 solution and achieve blackout as well as effective light and heat control - the perfect aid for a good night's sleep. 

VELUX blackout blinds are tested to give you the best blackout on the market. They offer a light-proof seal for darkness and are therefore ideal for installing in home cinemas, bedrooms and kids rooms. The VELUX awning blind is an exterior blind perfect for keeping a room cool as it cuts out the direct rays of the sun and thereby reduces heat by up to 76%.

Installation instructions

Please see our installation instructions for this product:

Manually operated blackout blind - DKL

Manually operated awning blind - MHL

Operations and colours

Manually operated blinds with control bar are well suited for roof windows within reach. You operate the blind by pulling down the control bar. Aluminium top and side channels ensure a smooth operation and enables you to position the blind anywhere in the window.
Manuel à crochets
Manual with hooks
To roll down an awning blind with hooks, open the window and rotate it 180deg. Then fix the blind to the two hooks on the outside of the bottom sash. The blind can be installed from the inside and you can of course open and close the window even when the blinds are down

Available colours

Blackout roller blinds - Fabric offers complete blackout - Ideal for bedrooms

5 Blackout
White (1025)
5 Blackout
Light Beige (1085)
5 Blackout
Dark blue (1100)
5 Blackout
Grey (0705)

Awning Blind - External blind to reduce heat

1 Transparent
Black net (5060)

Transparency of the blinds

The numbers on the graphic below will show you how much light will be filtered through the fabric.

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  • 5


  • A

    All levels of transparency