frameIn your quest to find the perfect blinds there are many different types that you will come across. If you want a pair that doesn’t have any hanging cords, however, then you’re left with just two options. These options come down to a debate about Perfect Fit vs Intu blinds. In the grand scheme of things, there are many similarities between the two but some people prefer Perfect Fits and some people prefer Intus.

So which one should you go with? This is what we aim to explain in this article. There are a few main points that you need to consider when examining these two kinds of window blinds. We’ll cover all the pros and cons of both options so that you can make an informed decision and get the best pair for your home.

What is the Difference Between Perfectfit and Intu?

First of all, we are going to talk about the difference between the two of these. They are quite similar but there are a couple key differences that we will go over.

Perfect fit

PF is a system that works with a frame that has no drilling necessary. What happens is that it is push fitted between the glass and the neoprene gasket. This allows you to install a wide variety of tensioned blinds inside this frame system. This is extremely convenient to fit and install. It takes very little effort, especially if you use our recommended supplier to come to your home and do it for you.


intu blindsThe main difference with the Intu style of blinds is that it has a surface fitted plastic cover. This cover has a slider built in that operates the tilt operation. The slides fit over the glazing on the window and the blind is tensioned. The blind is tensioned by drilling small holes into the bottom window bead and putting plastic plugs into it that hold the cords tight.

While this may sound like it’s a negligible difference it can actually be a bit inconvenient and we will go over why this is true.

Why Perfect Fit is Better than Intu

There is one main reason why we prefer PF system over the Intu models. This reason is that Intu doesn’t have a frame that clips into the window. This is a huge disadvantage for Intu for a few reasons. The main reason is that it takes longer to install them and is more of a hassle. Who wants to go through all the trouble when they could just pick up a pair of PF’s and be done with it?

Intu’s operation works by having a fitted plastic cover with a slider that operates the functionality of the tilt feature. This means they are ok for conservatories and some doors but they still don’t compare to the Perfect Fits in our opinion.


While they may appear to be the same product, make no mistake that Perfect Fits are superior to Intu’s for the reason that the clip in frame is easy to deal with.