Here are some things we know about the latest batch of new blinders from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC): They are all available to buy for about $100, which is more than many Australians can afford to spend.
They come in four colours: red, yellow, blue and green.
They have the familiar design of a large circular screen.
They are not designed to be worn under your eyes and they can’t be removed for cleaning.
They must be fitted on the outside of your head with a strap or a strap in your mouth that goes around your neck.
They cannot be removed from the outside for cleaning and must be kept in a sealed bag or baggie in the back of the blinds.
The new blindscreens are available to purchase online for about the same price as the new “regular” blinds and come with the same benefits.
The products are not being manufactured by any company, but rather are supplied by an independent company, Brightline.
They will be manufactured in Australia and available to the public in New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory, the ACCC said.
The ACCC will not be able to confirm whether the products have been tested for safety or efficacy.
The two “regular”, or non-branded, blinds are currently the most popular choice among Australian consumers.
The current batch of the “regular blinds” have the same design as the “smart” blindscreen.
It is made of a plastic film that can be cleaned with a brush and it does not have the safety features of the other products.
The “smart blinds”, made from a new material, have an optical sensor that detects the movement of your eyes.
It has a “smart touch” feature that lets you swipe up and down the screen, tap on the screen or swipe to dismiss a message.
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission said the new products were designed to provide the best of both worlds.
“The smart screen and the red, blue, green, yellow and red smart blinds provide a more natural and comfortable experience for our customers, who are more likely to be able and willing to spend more time in the home than their non-smart counterparts,” ACCC commissioner Tim Mander said.
The ACCCs consumer complaints commission said it had received more than 5,500 complaints about the products since the launch of the new colour blinds in February. “
In addition, they should be used in conjunction with other products that have a similar design and feel, such as the black and white and white, red and green, red, green and yellow smart blindscrews, or the green, blue or white blinds.”
The ACCCs consumer complaints commission said it had received more than 5,500 complaints about the products since the launch of the new colour blinds in February.
The commission said its consumer complaints helpline number 1800 859 752 would be open on Monday and Tuesday.
If you have any questions about the safety or effectiveness of the products, you can contact the ACCCs Consumer Complaints Team on 1300 757 766.
The company that manufactures the products said it was working with the ACCs watchdog to provide more information.
“Our first priority is ensuring these products are as safe as possible,” said the company in a statement.
“We are working closely with the Australian Consumer Law Commission and other stakeholders to ensure these products meet Australian consumer standards.”
The new products will go on sale to customers in the first half of next year, according to the ACCS.
“This is a great day for the Australian consumer,” Mr Mander told reporters.
“It will allow us to have a better understanding of the safety of these products.”
Mr Mader said the consumer complaints process would be updated by the end of April.