Curtain up for the roller blind revolution

Motorised blinds that are easy to assemble thanks to their powerful battery

"Darling, will you put the blinds down!" Normally, if you hear this sentence you have to get up, walk over to the window, and let your sunblinds down. Admittedly, it is not the most difficult challenge. But if you're curled up on the sofa in the middle of a good book or a nail-biting film, you're not going to be particularly keen on getting up. The solution is as easy at it is convenient: thanks to our cutting-edge technology, you can stay curled up under your blanket while our blinds provide a whole host of extra comfort and also enhance your home's interior design at the same time.

A very special innovation has evolved in the studios at KADECO in the state of Nordrhein-Westfalen in Germany. Having recently undergone a full makeover, our collection of roller blinds offers infinite freedom when it comes to designing and combining our styles, colours, shapes and materials. And in terms of user comfort, a very special technical solution is sure to get your pulses racing: "LITIO" is KADECO's motorised roller blind revolution for your home. The excitement begins as early as the installation stage: while older designs required lots of complicated wiring, LITIO drives do not need any cables at all thanks their powerful, built-in lithium ion battery. Operated using a handy remote control, the battery supplies the blind's electric drive with power.

As a result, you no longer need lots of batteries that need to be changed on a regular basis. The battery is fitted with a small LED which shows when it needs to be recharged. And just like charging your mobile phone overnight, all you need is a mains adapter and charging cable to charge the product yourself. But you don't even need to worry about that too much: when fully charged, the battery can run four operating cycles a day for an average of three months. So now, the easiest way to cast your own home in a brand new light will not cost you the earth. Whereas motors tend to make up a large proportion of the high costs of other blind systems, the "LITIO" by KADECO is comparably cost-effective despite its numerous benefits and already meets the child safety requirements introduced in Germany in 2014. Find out more at and

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