Elegant hood with luxurious, hardened glass front for comfortable, head-free working.
Eliminates kitchen vapours in 3 power levels with up to 350m³ / h air extraction rate at under 60dB with simple touch controls.
With two built-in, high-luminosity and energy-saving LED work lamps.
Elegant and practical: the Klarstein Lorea cooker hood. Not only a faithful helper in your kitchen for the removal of steam and food odours, but also a luxurious eye-catcher. Unlike ordinary hoods, the budding shape of the Lorea enables unproblematic head-free working. You can always look in the rear pots without having to bend over or bump your head. The two-tier front panel with its contrasting middle section ensures that the powerful and economical 65W fan is always able to evacuate the kitchen vapours. The hood can handle up to 350cm³ of air in an hour with a low operating noise: under 60dB even at the highest level.
Depending on the vapour volume there are three power levels available for operation of the fan - low, medium and high. The Lorea is easily controlled via a 5-button touch panel on the right side of the front panel. Here you can also switch on a light to illuminate the pots and pans from the top and grant enlightening insights to avid pot gazers.
With its elegant front made of special hardened glass, the Klarstein Lorea cooker hood exudes a fresh shine that fits in beautifully with modern kitchens while also serving as a luxurious counterpoint in more classic environments. The shiny black front contrasts nicely with the brushed stainless steel pull-out chimney, which invisibly hides the exhaust hose within.
The central front flap can be opened at all times for easy cleaning. The built-in aluminium grease filter is located hidden underneath, and can be easily cleaned in the dishwasher or with a grease solvent. The Lorea cooker hood is 60cm wide and mounted on the wall above the cooker. The necessary brackets and a flexible exhaust hose are supplied with the unit.
What hood is suitable for my kitchen?
A cooker hood should circulate about 9-12 times the air of the kitchen per hour in continuous operation. To test, simply calculate the volume of your kitchen (area x height) and then multiply it by 12. The result is the minimum exhaust capacity that your hood should have (m ³/h). For example: a kitchen with a 3m x 4m footprint and 2.5m ceiling height would need a hood with a minimum exhaust capacity of 360m ³/h (3 x 4 x 2.5 x 12).
The extractor hood can be converted to circulating air operation. For the appropriate activated carbon filter, please see item number 10027711.