A range hood with great airflow at a competitive price. You can choose between ducted and ductless installation, which is very convenient.
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Pro Very good value for the money
One of the main things to look for in a ducted range hood is its airflow. For this one, it's specified at 412 CFM, which will be more than sufficient for most kitchens. The conventional benchmark is that you should get at least 250 CFM if you have a regular 30-inch wide stove. If you add the neat design and outstanding illumination, you get a very good deal. It even competes with some $1000+ range hoods in terms of value and convenience of use.
Pro Great illumination
To ensure that you have good visibility while using the stove, this range hood has two 49-bulb LED lights. It's about three times as bright as you would expect from an average range hood illumination.
Pro You can choose between ducted and ductless installation
Depending on your circumstances, you can find ducted or ductless installation more appropriate. For some context, ductless range hoods can be installed quickly and with relatively little headache, but they are nowhere near as effective as ducted ones that, however, require you to connect them to a vent that leads outside.
Pro It has an appealing classic design
This range hood has a classical design with a chimney that many people are used to. Though it doesn't seem old or boring; in fact, the smooth stainless steel surface with no welded seams makes it look very sleek.
Pro The controls are simple and intuitive
You can choose between ventilation settings using a simple and responsive touchscreen control panel. It has three buttons for different ventilation speeds, a light switch, and an on/off button.
Con The out-of-the-box lights may be a nuisance for some
For some people, the bright yellow light may seem too harsh on the eyes, but this problem can be solved by replacing the lamps with something that gives a softer illumination.