Is a Duo-Roll expensive?

Of course, the price of a Duo-Roll is higher than the price for a standard roller blind. This is though quite easy to explain. A Duo-Roll has twice the amount of fabric as a standard roller blind. Furthermore, a duo-roll is always equipped with cassette. Knowing that the fabric and the processing of it is part of the price of a roller blind for ±75% explains why a doubling or the required meters of fabric causes this significant difference in price.
An advantage is that you can use the Duo-roll in the daytime as well as in the evening. By shifting the strips, you can choose eater for illumination or privacy. In a nutshell, this is a more expensive product, but at the same time it offers a wide range of possibilities.

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