Delivers impressive 950 CFM airflow and steam function for removing odors and grease. Has dual motors and a slim, contemporary design in stainless steel. Stainless steel filters are easy to remove, clean, and replace. Emits bright lighting; isn't too noisy.
Issues with the touch control panel and digital display have been reported. Difficult to install. Pricey.
Very economical replacement hood. Easy to install: within 15 minutes for more experienced DIYers. Two-speed fan works well to vent cooking smells. Hood light is easy to change and filter is easy to clean.
Fan can is quite loud at high speed. Finish is prone to fading, especially with rigorous cleaning. Airflow isn't quite as powerful as pricier options, but it still does a good job tackling cooking odors.
Features a minimalist design with a sleek, stainless steel finish. Not very loud. Does a good job filtering out cooking odors, and light emits a pleasant, functional glow. Affordable.
Uses a carbon filter that will require replacements, but it comes with three.
A basic, non-duct model that is fairly easy to install. Stainless steel finish pairs nicely with contemporary appliances. Available in several size options. Comes at an affordable price.
Requires a charcoal filter. Suction could be better. On the noisy side.
Has dual motors and four speeds that move air effectively as well as reduce cooking odors. 900 CFM airflow rating. Stainless steel design.
Bulbs have the tendency to burn out frequently, and the light isn't very bright. Fan is loud on high, and the unit has been known to vibrate.
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