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Franke 110.0195.076 Cooker Hood [Energy Class E] 90cm £60.59 @ Amazon
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Franke 110.0195.076 Cooker Hood [Energy Class E] 90cm £60.59 @ Amazon

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Posted 19th Dec 2019

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Came across this extractor hood with a price drop. Looks lovely but unfortunately too big for my kitchen.

Product Description
Cooker hood which is mount on the wall and is made of stainless steel from Franke Country Londra FCL 602. Power of the engine: 125 W. Number of gears: 3. Efficiency in open circulation: min. 265 m3/h, max. 410 m3/h. Volume in open circulation: min. 49 dB(A) re1pW, max. 61dB(A) re1pW. Control: mechanic (slider). Lighting: Halogen 2 x 28W.
Features & details
The diameter of the air outlet: ø150/120mm. Weight of the cooker hood: 16.21kg.
Efficiency in open circulation: min. 265 m3/h, max. 410 m3/h.
Volume in open circulation: min. 49 dB(A) re1pW, max. 61dB(A) re1pW.
Aluminum filter adapted for washing in a dishwasher. Wooden strips for self-painting included. Energy engine.
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Would look great in my kitchen from 1992
This is taking me back, I remember ..



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James_Linnell19/12/2019 20:18

That's really really fugly


I'd say it's rather classy and would add to a more traditional kitchen
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Would look great in my kitchen from 1992
Marwood_Withnail19/12/2019 20:15

Would look great in my kitchen from 1992


We do have one like this in our house from 1998 in the Czech Rep. Haha
That's really really fugly
James_Linnell19/12/2019 20:18

That's really really fugly


I'd say it's rather classy and would add to a more traditional kitchen
This is taking me back, I remember ..



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The price decreased even further from £85 to £80 in an hour. Looks like they want to clear their stock.
Is that a shelf attached to the bottom of a broom?
Super duper hot. After a little research I have found the trim is removable for painting. I plan to keep it removed if it has a decent finish underneath or cut the trim so it no longer looks like skirting board and paint it to match kitchen. Thanks doing up my house and saved me at least 50%. The 60cm ones have sold for £200+ in the past it seems.

Plus price has gone down further to £62ish
Edited by: "Jyuo" 26th Dec 2019
113 now.
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