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  • Rangemaster Flat Hood Black 109.8cm

    Wall Mounted, 660 , Width: 109.8 cm, Speeds: 3
    £449 Free Delivery
  • Rangemaster Opal Motor Black 90cm

    Wall Mounted, Width: 90 cm, Speeds: 3
    £279 Free Delivery
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  • Bosch DHL535BGB Motor Silver 55cm

    Integrated, 250 , Width: 55 cm, Speeds: 2
    £97.97 (+ £3.00 P&P)
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  • BOSCH DHL555BGB Canopy Cooker Hood - Silver, Silver

    Enjoy impressive extraction technology with this integrated Bosch DHL555BGB Canopy Cooker ... more
    £174 Free Delivery
  • Baumatic BT63GL 60cm Glass Cooker Hood - Stainless Steel

    The Baumatic BT63GL 60cm Glass Chimney Cooking Hood creates a stylish focal point to any k... more
    £107.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Baumatic BT93BGL 90cm Glass Cooker Hood - Black

    The Baumatic BT93BGL 90cm Glass Chimney Cooker Hood creates a stylish focal point to any k... more
    £117.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Bosch DWW07W450B Motor Stainless Steel 70cm

    Wall Mounted, 400 , Width: 70 cm, Speeds: 3
    £219 (+ £19.99 P&P)
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  • Elica Hidden Stainless Steel 90cm

    Integrated, 650 , Width: 90 cm, Speeds: 3
    £599 Free Delivery
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  • Smeg KFAB75BL 75cm

    Wall Mounted, Width: 75 cm, Speeds:
    £999 Free Delivery
  • Caple ZAL48CO in COPPER Zalto 48cm Island Hood

    Zalto 48cm Island Hood
    £1099 Free Delivery
  • AEG X68163BV10 Motor Black 80cm

    Wall Mounted, 625 , Width: 80 cm, Speeds: 3
    £739 Free Delivery
  • Baumatic BT93GL 90cm Glass Cooker Hood - Stainless Steel

    The Baumatic BT93GL 90cm Glass Chimney Cooker Hood creates a stylish focal point to any ki... more
    £109.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Siemens LC77WA532B Motor Stainless Steel 70cm

    Wall Mounted, 690 , Width: 70 cm, Speeds: 3
    £330 (+ £19.99 P&P)
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  • Baumatic ISL5SS 90cm Glass Island Hood - Stainless Steel

    The Baumatic ISL5SS 90cm Glass Island Cooker Hood is perfect for installation over an isla... more
    £209.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Elica Tonda 60SS Stainless Steel 60cm

    Wall Mounted, Width: 60 cm, Speeds: 3
    £349 Free Delivery
  • NEFF D79SH52N0B Chimney Cooker Hood - Stainless Steel, Stainless Steel

    Suitable for ducted extraction and recirculation, the Neff D79SH52N0B Chimney Cooker Hood ... more
    £475 Free Delivery
  • CDA ECP62 Motor Stainless Steel 60cm

    Wall Mounted, 500 , Width: 60 cm, Speeds: 3
    £149 (+ £4.99 P&P)
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  • BOSCH DHE635BGB Cooker Hood - Silver, Silver

    The DHE635BGB Cooker Hood , from Bosch, is a clever product that fits above your conventio... more
    £89 Free Delivery
  • Bosch DWW077A50B Motor Stainless Steel 70cm

    Wall Mounted, 690 , Width: 70 cm, Speeds: 3
    £359 Free Delivery
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  • Bosch DWW06W450B Stainless Steel 60cm

    Wall Mounted, 390 , Width: 60 cm, Speeds: 3
    £174 Free Delivery
  • Baumatic BT103GL 100cm Glass Cooker Hood - Stainless Steel

    The Baumatic BT103GL 100cm Glass Chimney Hood creates a stylish focal point to any kitchen... more
    £167.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Bosch DWB097A50B Stainless Steel 90cm

    Wall Mounted, 730 , Width: 90 cm, Speeds: 3
    £379 (+ £19.99 P&P)
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  • Neff D66B21N0 Motor Stainless Steel 60cm

    Wall Mounted, 400 , Width: 60 cm, Speeds: 3
    £194 (+ £19.99 P&P)
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  • Neff D69B21N0GB Motor Stainless Steel 90cm

    Free Hanging, 400 , Width: 90 cm, Speeds: 3
    £244 (+ £19.99 P&P)
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  • Neff D49ED22N0B Silver 89.8cm

    Integrated, 420 , Width: 89.8 cm, Speeds: 3
    £259 (+ £19.99 P&P)
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  • Siemens LF959RE55B Motor Stainless Steel 90cm

    Ceiling Recessed, 710 , Width: 90 cm, Speeds:
    £1624 (+ £19.99 P&P)
  • NEFF D89GR22N0B Chimney Cooker Hood - Stainless Steel, Stainless Steel

    Suitable for ducted extraction and recirculation, the Neff D89GR22N0B Chimney Cooker Hood ... more
    £434 Free Delivery
  • Britannia HOODOMA90BL 90cm Chimney Cooker Hood - Black

    Beautiful and unique wall mounted extractor hood. This premium A rated glass hood exudes s... more
    £1499 Free Delivery
  • Baumatic BT73GL 70cm Glass Cooking Hood - Stainless Steel

    The Baumatic BT73GL 70cm Glass Chimney Cooker Hood creates a stylish focal point to any ki... more
    £139.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Bosch DWW06W460B 60cm Hood - Black

    Extraction rate: at 390 m3/h, it quickly ensures optimal kitchen air quality. Halogen ligh... more
    £199 Free Delivery
  • CDA CST61WH

    To effectively remove any bad smells from your kitchen you need powerful extraction rates,... more
    £55 Free Delivery
  • KARCHER SC1-PREMIUM

    The Karcher SC1-Premium is the perfect all in one Steam and handheld floor cleaner making ... more
    £99.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Britannia HOODOMA100BL 100cm Chimney Cooker Hood - Black

    Beautiful and unique wall mounted extractor hood. This premium A rated glass hood exudes s... more
    £1599 Free Delivery
  • Nutri Ninja Blender AutoIQ BL480UKSQ, Space Grey

    Let Nutri Ninja's unique One Touch Auto iQ Intelligence system , take care of all your jui... more
    £60 Free Delivery
  • ELICA Alpha 60 Chimney Cooker Hood - Stainless Steel, Stainless Steel

    Enjoy flexible control over your cooking and keep the air clean with the Elica Alpha 60 Ch... more
    £379.99 Free Delivery
  • NEFF D66SH52N0B Chimney Cooker Hood - Stainless Steel, Stainless Steel

    Suitable for ducted extraction and recirculation, the Neff D66SH52N0B Chimney Cooker Hood ... more
    £405 Free Delivery
  • NEFF D69SH52N0B Chimney Cooker Hood - Stainless Steel, Stainless Steel

    Suitable for ducted extraction and recirculation, the Neff D69SH52N0B Chimney Cooker Hood ... more
    £459 Free Delivery
  • Miele DA3596 Cooker Hood, Stainless Steel

    The Miele DA3596 cooker hood is a stylish slimline, 90cm-wide canopy in sleek stainless st... more
    £1019 Free Delivery

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Crowdstorm’s extractor fans buyers’ guide

An extractor fan may not be the most exciting of purchases you’ll make for your house but it could be one of the most important investments for your kitchen. It’s not a common purchase so you can’t be expected to be an expert, but don’t worry: at Crowdstorm we’ve done the leg work for you.

Below you’ll find a beginner’s guide to all things extractor fan and cooker hood – while above you’ll see our comparison table. 

There you’ll find extractors from all the leading manufacturers (everyone from Vent Axia and Xpelair to Bosch and Hotpoint) from all your favourite online and high street retailers – all just a single click away.

Extractor hoods vs fans

First we need to be sure of what you’re looking for. The term extractors is a little multi-changeable with manufacturers, but in general the term ‘extractor fan’ is used to describe the small units placed on a wall – usually in the bathroom – which are used to extract moisture (usually created by a bath or shower).

Extractor hoods serve a similar purpose but the term tends to describe units used above cooking areas to deal with steam from cooking but also rising grease and other foodstuffs created while you’re frying and boiling your food.

Recirculation vs extraction

Many cooker hoods come with the option of either recirculation or extraction and, whilst extraction should be your first option, recirculation is a good second option.

Extraction works by filtering the air with a metal filter grease trap before releasing it outside via ducting.

Pros

  • Effectively removes all contamination and deposits outside
  • Higher airflow rate
  • No need to change filters

Cons

  • Requires fan to be against external wall
  • Space and capacity for ducting needed
  • Additional costs e.g. ducting and installation

Recirculation works by drawing air into the appliance through charcoal filters to neutralise odours and remove smoke from the air, ‘cleaning’ it and returning it back to the kitchen.

Pros

  • Can be installed in most kitchens
  • Great if you don’t have an external wall or your cooker is too far away from an external wall
  • Cheap initial cost

Cons

  • Charcoal filter will need replacing periodically
  • Cannot remove moisture from the air
  • Decreased airflow rate

Extractor and cooker hoods styles

Extractors come in several different styles depending on the look you like and the theme of your kitchen. There is not really a best cooker hoods style – it’s much more about what fits the environment they’ll be used in:

  • Integrated: An integrated extractor fan is great if you like your kitchen to look neat and tidy. The fan is hidden behind a panel that matches the rest of your kitchen to give a unified look.
  • Telescopic: Telescopic extractor fans slide forward when in use, with a motor sitting in the cupboard above.
  • Built-in/canopy: This style sees the fan itself installed into the base of a canopy-style hood.
  • Island: These extractor fans don’t need to be mounted onto a wall, instead they hang from the ceiling.
  • Chimney: A chimney extractor fan is a feature in itself, reaching from the ceiling to above your hob. These models are uber-stylish and high-tech and look great in most kitchens, just be sure that your ceiling is high enough.

How much are extractor fans?

Extractor fans can range in price, from around £20 from a cheap model to £150 or more for a high-end model. The more expensive fans tend to be quieter and more powerful. Cooker hoods can be found for as little as £200 but stretch up well over £1,000 for top-of-the-range models.

Cheaper cooker hoods tend to be very basic, such as silver or stainless steel visors or canopy styles. Most styles on the cheaper end of the scale are on the smaller side, around 60-70cm in width. Mid-range extraction models tend to be around 90m-100cm and will have a slicker finish with features such as glass canopies.

Top of the range extractor fans offer the best ventilation and the most stylish solution for your kitchen. If you are style conscious and have a designer hob or oven and would like to keep your extractor fan in line with the feel of your kitchen, this could be great for you.

Extraction rates

A fan’s extraction rate is the speed at which it can filter the air; the higher the number the speedier it works – ideally your extractor fan should be able to change the air between 8 and 12 times an hour, though the ideal rate for your kitchen is dependent upon the size of the room. Bear in mind that the faster the extraction the noisier your fan will be.

As a guide, the bigger the room the faster your extractor fan will need to be – to work out the extraction rate calculate the volume of your kitchen in cubic metres and multiply by 12.

What next?

Hopefully you’re now in good shape to decide which extractor fan or hood you want to buy. Once decided, all you need to do is click through on the extractor of your choice to be taken to the right page on the website of your chosen retailer.

There you’ll be able to check out extractor or cooker hood reviews and specifications for your chosen model before making your purchase. 

And remember, Crowdstorm isn’t a retailer – you’ll be dealing with the high street or online retailer of your choice directly, so there’s no middle man – we’re just here to help you decide between all the various extractor deals and offers.

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