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Old 23-04-2020, 04:27 PM   #31
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Look for Chris from Spacedor Marketing
we paid 7.5k to install in master bedroom and living room's balconies
it will cost almost the same price if we have chosen ziptrack



Is it possible to remove some of the 'blades' and replace with (glass) windows, like that more like a proper room.
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Old 23-04-2020, 06:14 PM   #32
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choco one is fixed blade or adjustable
fixed blades, heard the adjustable blades are a lot more ex


Is it possible to remove some of the 'blades' and replace with (glass) windows, like that more like a proper room.
not sure but you may wanna check with spacedor. mine was installed 3 yrs ago & they may have new designs.

never regret installing these louvre doors as they are very sturdy and keep out the rain & dust. At the same time, the house is not warm coz there is ventilation.
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Old 20-06-2020, 09:19 AM   #33
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I installed original Australia ZipTrak, installed by RH2S. No issue so far, very happy with it.
ZipTrak or ZipScreen? I googled rh2s website it seems they sell ZipScreen.

Wonder what the practical difference is between the two in real world usage.

“Zipscreen blinds can often be confused with Ziptrak blinds. Although they are very similar there are a few key differences:

Zipscreen blinds lock all the way down with a latch while Ziptrak blinds have a centre release mechanism.
Zipscreen blinds are attached to the side channel by a small zip, Ziptrak binds are attached by their patented track guided design.”
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Old 30-06-2020, 02:18 PM   #34
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Have anyone also used other local "zitrack blinds" got any reviews? Ziptrak or zipscreen is really too expensive a bit out of budget.
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