shutter blind

shutter blind

An outside adjustable louver used as a window blind.
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The well-appointed cabin of the 207 GT is generously kitted out, the likes of dual zone climate control air con, sound system with single CD, electric one-shot front windows, powered and heated door mirrors, trip computer, chrome interior door handles, tyre pressure sensors and Panoramic Cielo full length glass roof with shutter blind all coming as standard.
If you do, part of your image will be blacked-out by the shutter blind passing across the image sensor during exposure
And while the sophisticated athermic glass roof ensures that the occupants stay cool even in bright sunshine, there's a full-length power-operated shutter blind to provide privacy or security if required.
The unusual roof is, in effect, a fixed panoramic sunroof with an interior electrically-operated shutter blind, which rolls back the full length.
The fixed roof has an electrically-operated shutter blind, which rolls back the full length of the roof.
This included two patient hoists, kitting out a newly-refurbished conservatory with shutter blinds and seating and providing bladeless fans, as well as newspapers and Christmas gifts.
Install wooden shutter blinds for an instant country house feel ( the darker the wood, the better the period effect.
Prying eyes were kept at bay courtesy of automatic shutter blinds and closed-circuit TV.