Bosch brings design and functionality together in new incline rangehood

May 8th, 2012

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There is often a lot of hot air spoken about the difficulty of combining sleek design with functionality in kitchen appliances.

But Bosch has attempted to literally blow that away with the presentation of its new incline rangehood.

The latest design, showcased at EuroCucina in Milan, features a glass cover over a brush stainless steel surface which conceals the usually exposed fan filters.

The panel then drops down to act as an integrated splash back screen, and raises up smoothly thanks to an energy efficient motor.

Mattias Holmer, product manager for Bosch, told Appliances Online: “It’s all about having design with an integrated function.

“Instead of having the normal inclined hoods where you see the filters all the time, now instead you see a nice, ever-polished, surface.”

Check out our full range of Bosch products here.

For more on the eye catching incline rangehood from Bosch, click on the video below:

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One response to “Bosch brings design and functionality together in new incline rangehood”

  1. Now what really happens is this, hood cleaning companies are in business to make money. That being said if they have a customer or are giving an estimate to a potential customer. They happen to notice an issue that is not in compliance with the codes. As soon as they put a sticker on your hood the technician who is licensed and signs that sticker becomes liable for that issue if it catches fire. Furthermore if some one else came in for any reason and they reported it the technician is in big trouble they can lose their license or a number of other bad things can happen.

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