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Buying an inexpensive canopy cooker hood - space-saving extractor hood in a discreet design

If there is a desire for optimal use of the available space in the kitchen, a space-saving extractor hood is necessary. All the more so the smaller the kitchen is. A canopy cooker hood that works with recirculation or exhaust air is a good choice for this purpose. At Electronic Star, you can order a compact canopy cooker hood with a width of 60 cm and in other formats at a reasonable price. The following shopping guide shows you which criteria you can take into account if you want to buy a high-quality canopy cooker hood.

The concept of a canopy cooker hood

This special form of extractor hood is mounted under a cabinet above it. Optionally, it can also be anchored directly in the wall. You can make optimal use of the space in the cupboard above for storing kitchen utensils. Like any other extractor hood, the canopy cooker hood transports high-humidity cooking and roasting vapours, food smells and fatty aerosols out of the kitchen.

Canopy cooker hood available in many variations

Probably the most important difference in an extractor hood that is built under a cupboard is the system. Some canopy cooker hoods work with circulating air - others with exhaust air. Furthermore, hoods have different widths for the substructure. You can buy a classic in the Electronic Star online shop with a canopy cooker hood that is 60 cm wide. Smaller models have a width of 52 cm - larger versions are 72 cm. Most of the models that can be ordered are equipped with LED lighting to illuminate the cooking area. Models that are equipped with a touch panel can be operated particularly conveniently. Some exhaust hoods have a built-in timer, other versions even have a remote control. You can also choose between canopy cooker hoods in different colours.

Buying a canopy cooker hood - how make the right decision

The space available for storage in the wall unit depends on whether it is a recirculation or exhaust hood. In the case of exhaust hoods, there is less cabinet depth due to the exhaust pipe behind it, but they are still suitable for storing small items such as spices. An extractor hood with circulating air, which acts as a substructure, has the advantage that you do not need to discharge the exhaust air to the outside. Since an opening in the wall is not necessary for this, a canopy cooker hood with recirculation is particularly impressive due to its uncomplicated installation. An extractor hood with circulating air is also ideal as a substructure solution for rented flats. If you order a canopy cooker hood with a width of 60 cm from Electronic Star, you can benefit from standard dimensions that harmonise perfectly with kitchen cabinets in the same standardised dimensions. Furthermore, a high energy efficiency class and a timeless design are recommended. Order a canopy cooker hood with a width of 60 cm or another model of your choice in our online shop now!

FAQ

How powerful is an extractor hood as a substructure?

In principle, a canopy cooker hood has a slightly lower performance than a classic version. Modern versions, however, have a motor with a high wattage.

Which is better: substructure extractor hood with recirculation or exhaust air?

If you are a property owner, the exhaust air system is recommended. In the case of rented flats, it is not possible to break through the wall without consulting the landlord. Circulating air is best suited for this situation.

Are canopy cooker hoods extendable?

Numerous models can be easily pulled out and disappear when not in use - for a visually appealing kitchen aesthetic.

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