Chimney 2016

mahesh2780
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Chimney 2016

Postby mahesh2780 » June 3rd, 2016, 12:55 am

Hello All,

Please help me buy chimney for my dream house.

I have by now read a lot on chimneys
I assume the following are Main things we need to consider
1. Type Island or Wall mounted, i need wall mounted
2. Suction - i am looking at min 1000m3
3. Filter less
4. Fully concealed motor
5. Big capacity oil tray or collector .
6. 90cm

There are so many brands to choose Siemens, KAFF, Faber, Elica, Glen, Gilma
But here i need fellow members advice please.

I have shortlisted
KAFF CANBERA 90 model, please suggest, comment
Performance with Looks are priority
Regards
Mahesh Gowda

karjagir
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Re: Chimney 2016

Postby karjagir » June 3rd, 2016, 11:18 pm

Mahesh,

I think KAFF 90 canberra model costs about 35K+. In that range, you can also consider Teresa 90 from Nagold which is distributed by Hafele. I recently bought ORO 90 - 4 burner hob and TERESA 90 chimney (hood) from Nagold and it is a good combination. Suction capacity is about 1200 which meets your requirements as well

Karthik

mahesh2780
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Re: Chimney 2016

Postby mahesh2780 » June 4th, 2016, 1:27 pm

Thanks Karthik

I will definitely consider your suggestions and visit showroom

KAff Canbera 90 list price is 45K, ismail hardware offered at 41k

BTW, if you are happy to share then where did you buy and what price you paid?

mahesh2780
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Re: Chimney 2016

Postby mahesh2780 » June 7th, 2016, 11:28 am

karjagir wrote:Mahesh,

I think KAFF 90 canberra model costs about 35K+. In that range, you can also consider Teresa 90 from Nagold which is distributed by Hafele. I recently bought ORO 90 - 4 burner hob and TERESA 90 chimney (hood) from Nagold and it is a good combination. Suction capacity is about 1200 which meets your requirements as well

Karthik

karjagir
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Re: Chimney 2016

Postby karjagir » June 8th, 2016, 8:56 am

Hi Mahesh,

Sorry for the late reply. Due to forum rules, I will send you a PM with the details of the vendor. The ORO 90 - 4 burner hob and TERESA 90 as a combo cost me 61k after discount. The current price may differ depending on what offer is currently running

Thanks,
Karthik

mahesh2780
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Re: Chimney 2016

Postby mahesh2780 » June 21st, 2016, 12:12 am

Thanks Karthik,
karjagir wrote:Hi Mahesh,

Sorry for the late reply. Due to forum rules, I will send you a PM with the details of the vendor. The ORO 90 - 4 burner hob and TERESA 90 as a combo cost me 61k after discount. The current price may differ depending on what offer is currently running

Thanks,
Karthik

bala4034
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Re: Chimney 2016

Postby bala4034 » August 4th, 2016, 10:50 pm

Hi Mahesh/Karthik,
I also looking for a chimney and hob, can you please convey me the shop details.
Thank you.

mahesh2780
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Re: Chimney 2016

Postby mahesh2780 » August 5th, 2016, 12:35 am

Which brand have you finalised

sansapt
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Re: Chimney 2016

Postby sansapt » November 10th, 2016, 9:32 pm

Hello All,

Could anyone please provide some reviews/feedback on the Hafele Nagold kitchen appliances (built-in hobs, chimney, microwave, oven)?
I am specifically looking for inputs on their J series appliances: TERESA 90 (chimney), ORO-80-4 or AURA-78 (hob), J70 BIO (oven), J32MWO (microwave).

Thank you!

msn1270
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Re: Chimney 2016

Postby msn1270 » November 13th, 2016, 5:47 pm

My few cents,
Why do we need a chimney in the Kitchen ? Do we think its a modern technique and a matter of prestige to have one by spending Rs. 20-50K ??
If so we are totally wrong and foolish. In the western countries, due to their climatic condition, they have a closed kitchen and hence they go for a chimney to flush out the hot air. We must remember we are not living in a cold country.

When we give a good ventilation (minimum 2 windows for cross- ventilation in our kitchen), there is absolutely no necessity for Exhaust fan or the Chimney in the kitch. Its pity to see majority of the so called educated and cosmopolitan people are not thinking in this natural way.!!!


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