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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. See More
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. See More
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It's considered the best range hood for any cuisine, and really keeps the balance of power and quietness, high-tech looking, easy to clean as well. See More
Very contemporary looking, slanted structure makes it super efficient when it comes to suck smoke and odors, especially for 4-5 burner range. Great value!
There are two centrifugal fans that ensure very powerful suction - 850 CFM, more than twice the capacity you would expect from a decent, average range hood. You can see with your own eyes how fumes rise in two distinct streams and none of it gets lost. The fans even continue running a couple of minutes after you turn them off to ensure no residual odor can escape. See More
The design of this range hood is very unique - it has a black housing with smooth edges, a touch panel in the front, and an automatic cover that hides the area where steam enters, which often looks greasy. Overall, it will almost certainly be a fine addition to your kitchen design-wise. See More
Compared to a ducted range hood, this one will require much more effort on your part to keep it clean and operational. Besides cleaning it, you have to replace the charcoal filters about every three months or so, which also is an extra expense that you will have to keep in mind. See More
This is a ductless range hood, so in order to install it, you only have to attach it under your kitchen cabinet with some screws. There will be no hassle with hooking it up to a ventilation system and you don't have to worry about damaging some pipe on accident. See More