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Head-free cooker hood

Buy a head-free cooker hood online and prepare meals comfortably on the stove

When cooking, roasting and baking, there is a lot of vapour in the kitchen. The air turbulence contains fat molecules and other deposits. There are also unpleasant smells. The risk of mould increases due to increased humidity. An extractor hood is therefore a sensible solution. However, many models are designed in such a way that they restrict freedom of movement around the stove. If the extractor hood has a head-free design, this is not an issue. You can buy a head-free cooker hood in our online shop. You can find out here what to consider when buying such an extractor hood.

Head-free extractor hood - the extractor hood in a slightly different format

The extractor hood has a bevelled design so that the hood element, which directs the exhaust air to the outside, does not get in the way. While the grease filter is installed at a right angle to the exhaust air shaft in a classic extractor hood, it is angled by about a third in head-free hoods. With an angle of only around 30 degrees, your head has enough space - especially if you are a tall person. Bumping your head on the extractor hood is a thing of the past with a model like this.

A head-free extractor hood is available in these variants

A head-free hood is available with a width of 90 cm. If you prefer a compact format, you can opt for a head-free hood with a width of 60 cm. There are also differences in the materials used. In addition to stainless steel, extractor hoods made of glass are also conceivable. You can buy a head-free hood in classic colours such as white, black and silver to match your kitchen. Some versions also have atmospheric scene lighting with a coloured LED light that gives the hood a suitable frame. You can get special shapes with curved and asymmetrical designs. With extractor hoods that are equipped with a touch panel, settings can be conveniently made at the touch of a finger. In order to keep an eye on the cost-benefit ratio, it is also important to take a look at energy efficiency. In our online shop you can also order a head-free hood in the popular energy efficiency class A++.

Buy a head-free extractor hood - how to find the right model

If you have a small home with a kitchen where every centimetre of space matters, we recommend a head-free hood with a width of 60 cm. A head-free hood with a width of 90 cm is ideal for open-plan kitchens. In a luxury kitchen, a hood made of fine glass looks very elegant. If your focus is on cost-efficiency, you can opt for a head-free aluminium extractor hood. When considering your purchase, keep in mind that black looks very luxurious, but it makes dust visible more quickly. Treat yourself to a design highlight with a curved or asymmetrical model.

FAQ

How can a head-free hood be compatible with kitchen wall cabinets?

In a row with wall cabinets, a recess is required for the hood. This is where the exhaust air shaft is installed when the kitchen is built.

Can head-free hoods be retrofitted?

Existing extractor hoods can be easily replaced with head-free hoods. If space is limited, the dimensions must match.

How high are head-free hoods positioned?

In order to maintain an attractive appearance in the kitchen and still enable ergonomic work, a distance of 75 cm between the cooking surface and the centre of the hood is recommended.

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