A good rangehood will keep steam and smells out of your face when you're busy cooking.
If you cook a lot, you already know how much rangehoods are needed. Getting rid of the steam, fats and smells can make or break the atmosphere in a kitchen. But how do you choose? You'll be sitting serenely waiting for your food to cook, or spluttering from the chilli smoke. Best to get it right!
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Our experts cook and cook, then cook some more. They brave smoke and smells, judging how good rangehoods really are so you don't have to. Which ones are the real deal, and which ones are just smoke and mirrors? A hint from our team: go ducted.
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