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The new Electrolux EFA50700 island cooker hood from Electrolux brings real design flair to the kitchen. It provides electronic controls, 3 levels of extraction and with the 2 x 20W halogen lights and 4 x 40W ambient lights, the perfect cooking conditions exactly where you need them. Other features include 454 m³/hr extraction rate, 70 dB noise level, charcoal filter and aluminum grease filter. The Electrolux lampshade hood will be available May 2011 in stainless, white or black for £1,000.
Posted March 10, 2011 9:54 AM
I just happened to like this robust and streamline Smeg extractor hood. The 90cm wide KSEV97X offers simple elegant shape in stainless steel and clear glass, making it an ideal fit for a contemporary kitchen.
Posted March 9, 2011 12:45 PM
The stunning Futuro Futuro Murano Collection is making every effort to keep kitchen designers on edge. Among the latest range hood additions are elegant Empire and understated Orion. The trend setting hoods feature colorful glass enclosures, innovative technologies, highest-grade materials and the unique flair of authentic Italian design.
Posted March 3, 2011 11:33 AM
These elegant stainless steel range hoods from Futuro Futuro are available in 28" island and wall models. The height adjustable round Ellipso and rectangular Moderno feature 2 energy-efficient and eco-friendly long-life fluorescent bulbs, 4-speed 940 CFM whisper-quiet tangential blower with boost mode, touch-sensitive illuminated control panel, delayed shut-off, electronic reset and filter cleaning indicator.
Posted March 3, 2011 10:18 AM
Homeier offers several distinctive countertop extractor models. The biggest advantage of the countertop range hoods is their proximity to the cooking vapours and odours. Just like a downdraft vent, such hoods extract all unwanted side effects of cooking right away, not letting the smells and grease particles to travel higher and stay longer in the kitchen air.
Posted March 2, 2011 11:14 PM