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·When fully opened, the fabric vanes are horizontal with each other, which can not only resist ultraviolet rays, but also penetrate the soft sunlight.
·When we view the scenery from the house, we can get the maximum vision. It creates a hazy view outside the window through the voile shades.
·By adjusting the angle between the fabric vanes and the voile shades, the light intensity can be adjusted freely.
·While we enjoy our family time, it can ensure more privacy for us.
I waited to write a review because I wanted to see how these worked. There actually a fantastic blind you will not beat them for the money. Most complaints you will find is setting up the remote control. All I can say about that is be patient you only have to do it once and may take about three hours but the money you will save you’ll be happy at the end. These things are built like a tank the motor probably a lift up a Motor out of a car LOL. Had some problems With a few things customer service was very good they always get back to me within 24 hours and resolved any of my problems. So anybody thinking about getting a powered blind that opens and closes like this he will be very happy. That’s why I’m giving it five stars and I waited to write my review
We saved so much by ordering these instead of having a company install them. Just 4 screws per window. They are beautiful and very high end material. So far we’ve installed 18 of them. 35 more to go.
Work great. Install was relatively smooth. Only issue I have is getting it connected to Alexa. Won’t pair. Scratching my head on that one.Had an issue with shipping but it worked itself out. Couldn’t be happier with the blinds only gripe is Alexa integration.
I noticed Yoolax has quite a presence on Amazon if you wanted to go the DIY route for motorized blinds, which seems more cost effective than a professional install. The blinds are made to your specifications, so takes awhile to arrive. They are well-packaged to minimize shipping damage.They are easy to install over your windows or sliding door in my case. The setting up is where it takes a little bit of attention to detail and patience, since the instructions are essentially pictures. I’m very happy they work with Alexa, which essentially allows you to make schedules for their operation.I’ve purchased six motorized blinds and one motorized curtain rod from Yoolax, so you know I’m a fan. I’d buy more in the future and strongly recommend them for anyone interested in a DIY option.
Great company great shades
Nice shadesArrived faster than was scheduledWas packed really wellInstructions were okInstall was fineComes with an optional black solar to be glued to the windows - better than running wire on the side of the window.I like the ability to darken the room. haven't tried the Alexa - Remote works well.
We’ve purchased 7 of the Yoolax Shangra la motorized blinds and we’re really happy with them. They arrived quickly and were easy to install. We did have a problem with the battery charging on one blind and contacted Yoolax. Their customer service was very responsive and easy to work with. They sent us a new motor/battery unit, along with easy instructions and the blind is now working great. The only thing that would make them better would be a printed link to the programming instruction booklet. Highly recommend these blinds.
Highly recommend these blinds. I have multiple types of yoolax blinds and they're all high quality and convenient as hell. Definitely worth the purchase!
These blinds mostly go in a large bow window configuration with 7 windows around. With the help of the excellent customer support via email (thx Michael and others), I was able to install 8 of these motorized blinds. We have 25-year-old Hunter-Douglas Silhouette blinds in the similar set of windows on the first floor, and these are very, very similar with the only barely noticeable difference as a shiny plastic film on the bottom insert of the blinds. We have recently bought two non-motorized versions of the blinds, and they are good, but not as good as this one.Putting blinds in casement windows, particularly Andersen 400's, is tricky. There are lots of places for the blinds to catch and snag. Pick the charger side to be the same as the locking mechanism. The bottom can also catch on the operator handle and cover. I trimmed a magic eraser to fit under to make that work. The blinds are narrower than the window, and I decided to make my own light blockers. For each window, I cut out a small rectangle from L-shaped trim from the local big box store for the locking mechanism on one side of the window and nailed with a nail gun. You can cover that notch with fabric, tape or something similar. USB cables can be kept permanently hanging inside some cable moulding. I did not get the Alexa-enabled version.The remote and a second remote are obnoxious to program with constant flipping and pressing of buttons. This is even more tedious for 7 blinds at a time. The manual has a number of errors, but the main programming is exactly right, and you have to carefully follow the instructions. The "angel" adjustment moves very slightly to adjust the "angle". I don't use that feature. The main up, down and middle buttons are all that I use on a regular basis. Up raises the blinds, of course, but it's not clear what down and middle are for this kind of blind. So "down" is the completely lowered but "open" vanes - translucent, see-through setting. The middle button requires holding down the button for 5 seconds, which seems unnecessary. The middle position must be somewhere between the up and the down position. I have set that middle button setting to be the lowered position with the vanes closed for maximum darkness. They have two kinds of remotes - one with the angle/angel control and one without. I prefer the simpler one, but you can just not use the other buttons. The blinds don't always respond at the same time, and if I just tap a button, I may find one or two blinds still in their original position. Holding the button down a couple seconds always seems to work though. The motors are noisier than I expected, but it's not outrageous. The most recent version we bought seems to be significantly quieter.When everything is all set up, you can press one button, and all the blinds open or go to one of the two lower positions to let some light in or block the light. Before these blinds, we rarely opened the previous blinds. Now, it's easy. We can get a great view of the outdoors everyday.
Easy installation. Product works with Alexa.