7 quietest hoods — Rating 2022


Rating of the quietest hoods

Ciarco Top 60

Rat­ing: 4.9


Ciarco Top 60

An ide­al can­di­date for instal­la­tion if the inte­ri­or of the kitchen is made in a mod­ern style. This mod­el does not attract atten­tion at all, as it turned out to be very thin. Some­times one gets the impres­sion that only an air duct hangs over the stove — per­haps this is the largest detail of the struc­ture. Like many oth­er mod­ern hoods, this one sup­ports two modes of oper­a­tion — air removal and recir­cu­la­tion.

This is far from the most pow­er­ful mod­el. Here, this para­me­ter is equal to 300 W, of which 260 W fall on the motor. How­ev­er, this does not pre­vent her from almost per­fect­ly cop­ing with her task, espe­cial­ly if the kitchen area is not at all large. The air here is dis­charged through a 150 mm pipe. When choos­ing the max­i­mum speed, you can count on the assign­ment of 1100 cc. m per hour.

Touch but­tons and a dis­play are used here as a con­trol pan­el. The lat­ter is need­ed, among oth­er things, to acti­vate the timer. As you might guess, the hood is sup­ple­ment­ed with illu­mi­na­tion of the work­ing area — these are two halo­gen lamps with a total pow­er of 40 watts. Iri­na wrote more about them, leav­ing the fol­low­ing review on Yandex.Market: “The lamps are locat­ed at the back against the wall — this is very con­ve­nient for me. Lamps of warm light, rather than cold or white, shine very com­fort­ably. ”

There is a grease fil­ter inside this appli­ance. It allows you not to wor­ry about pos­si­ble clog­ging of the air duct. Of course, the acces­so­ry is easy to remove and clean.

Advantages

  • Four speeds are avail­able;
  • The noise lev­el does not exceed 42 dB;
  • Styl­ish design;
  • There are bright halo­gen lamps;
  • There is an anti-return valve;
  • The grease fil­ter is not for­got­ten;
  • Can work in air cir­cu­la­tion mode;
  • There is a timer.

Flaws

  • High price.

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MAUNFELD Gloria 60

Rat­ing: 4.9


MAUNFELD Gloria 60

This hood is avail­able in two col­or options, dif­fer­ing from each oth­er also in the mate­r­i­al from which the body is made. The most inter­est­ing is the device in black. Like its stain­less steel coun­ter­part, it mounts to the wall. It is pro­posed to man­age its capa­bil­i­ties using sev­er­al touch but­tons and a minia­ture dis­play. In par­tic­u­lar, in this way you can change the mode of oper­a­tion — switch from air removal to its recir­cu­la­tion. In the sec­ond case, the device becomes almost silent. How­ev­er, even when air is removed at max­i­mum speed, the hood does not both­er — the noise lev­el ris­es to quite ade­quate 47 dB.

The man­u­fac­tur­er has set a 10-year ser­vice life. This means that the device is made of durable mate­ri­als. As for the war­ran­ty, its peri­od is lim­it­ed to three years, which is also quite a lot.

The device received a thought­ful design. For exam­ple, there is a grease fil­ter that can be eas­i­ly removed for lat­er clean­ing. Also, the cre­ators did not for­get about the anti-return valve. And in order to oper­ate under the hood as com­fort­ably as pos­si­ble, the device received two 20-watt halo­gen lamps. It is impos­si­ble not to men­tion the perime­ter suc­tion, thanks to which even those smells that come from the depths of the kitchen are elim­i­nat­ed.

This mod­el pro­vides three speeds. At max­i­mum per­for­mance, it ris­es to 1050 cu. m/h I am glad that it is not nec­es­sary to reach for the hood again to turn it off — the device is endowed with a timer.

The device deserves only praise. Not sur­pris­ing­ly, the reviews men­tion only pos­i­tive things. For exam­ple, one of the Yandex.Market vis­i­tors wrote the fol­low­ing: “It copes well with odors, is not noisy, and is very easy to use.”

Advantages

  • Excel­lent per­for­mance;
  • Styl­ish design;
  • There is a timer;
  • Can work in air recir­cu­la­tion mode;
  • Imple­ment­ed perime­ter suc­tion;
  • There is a grease fil­ter;
  • There is an anti-return valve;
  • Com­ple­ment­ed by bright halo­gen lamps;
  • Extend­ed war­ran­ty peri­od.

Flaws

  • The cost can­not be called low.

Midea MH 60AN 595 RGI

Rat­ing: 4.8


Midea MH 60AN 595 RGI

An excel­lent kitchen hood from a Chi­nese man­u­fac­tur­er, famous for its durable tech­nol­o­gy. It is inclined, and met­al and glass were used to cre­ate its body. It is curi­ous that the device is paint­ed in an atyp­i­cal beige col­or. This makes it the best choice for instal­la­tion in a kitchen that is dec­o­rat­ed in light col­ors.

Cus­tomers are sat­is­fied not only with the appear­ance of the hood, but also with its func­tion­al­i­ty. The fact is that the device can work not only in the usu­al mode of air removal. It can also be used for recy­cling. Switch­ing to the appro­pri­ate mode is car­ried out by press­ing just one touch but­ton.

This mod­el is wall mount­ed. After that, she will be able to pull up to 1150 cubic meters from the room. m of air per hour. And this is with a con­sump­tion of only 250 watts. Good ener­gy effi­cien­cy will allow the device not to affect elec­tric­i­ty bills.

Of course, max­i­mum per­for­mance is not always required. There­fore, the device offers four speeds. When you turn on the min­i­mum Midea MH 60AN 595 RGI is almost inaudi­ble. At max­i­mum, the noise lev­el increas­es, but only to quite ade­quate 50 dB.

Like the vast major­i­ty of oth­er hoods that cur­rent­ly exist, this one is sup­ple­ment­ed with a grease fil­ter. It can be eas­i­ly removed for wash­ing after­wards. And the device also received an anti-return valve, thanks to which unpleas­ant odors will def­i­nite­ly leave the kitchen for­ev­er. The man­u­fac­tur­er did not for­get about the back­light. It is imple­ment­ed here by means of two LED lamps with a pow­er of 1.5 W.

The case of the device is cov­ered with tem­pered glass. That must be why it looks so beau­ti­ful. And that is why it does not linger on store shelves — each copy quick­ly finds its buy­er.

Advantages

  • High per­for­mance;
  • Nice appear­ance;
  • The met­al case is cov­ered with glass;
  • Easy-to-learn touch con­trol;
  • Four speeds are avail­able;
  • There is a grease fil­ter;
  • Anti-return valve not for­got­ten;
  • Extend­ed war­ran­ty peri­od to two years.

Flaws

  • The price can­not be called low;
  • Light­ing may not seem very bright;
  • The noise lev­el is still above aver­age.

LEX Plaza 900 White

Rat­ing: 4.7


LEX Plaza 900 White

This hood is paint­ed white. There­fore, it will not stand out against the back­ground of the cor­re­spond­ing ceil­ing. Or, on the con­trary, it is able to attract atten­tion if the wall and ceil­ing are paint­ed in a dif­fer­ent col­or.

This mod­el is high­ly ener­gy effi­cient. The pow­er of the motor installed inside is only 190 watts. How­ev­er, this does not pre­vent the device from boast­ing excel­lent per­for­mance. If you believe the val­ue indi­cat­ed in the tech­ni­cal data sheet, then the LEX Plaza 900 draws 1100 cubic meters every hour. m of air! At least when choos­ing the max­i­mum of the three avail­able speeds. It should be not­ed that in this case the noise lev­el will also increase — mea­sure­ments with an appro­pri­ate device in the imme­di­ate vicin­i­ty will show 50 dB. Not an out­ra­geous para­me­ter, but it can­not be called absolute­ly min­i­mal either. For­tu­nate­ly, this pic­ture is not observed when choos­ing the first speed.

The com­po­si­tion of the 14-kilo­gram device includ­ed a remov­able grease fil­ter. Also, the design of the device boasts the imple­men­ta­tion of perime­ter suc­tion. This sug­gests that odors will be elim­i­nat­ed not only from the space above the hob, but also from the far cor­ners of the room. It should also be not­ed that there is a back­light. In its qual­i­ty here are two LED bulbs with a pow­er of 2 watts. In many cas­es this is suf­fi­cient, but not in all.

Final­ly, let’s take as an exam­ple a review of the LEX Plaza 900 from Sergey, left by him in the Citylink online store: “It works flaw­less­ly. Very pow­er­ful, touch con­trol, looks out­ward­ly inter­est­ing. And some oth­er buy­ers not­ed the war­ran­ty peri­od, extend­ed by the man­u­fac­tur­er to three years.

Advantages

  • Con­ve­nient touch con­trol;
  • Very high per­for­mance;
  • There is a timer;
  • Imple­ment­ed perime­ter suc­tion;
  • There is a grease fil­ter;
  • Extend­ed war­ran­ty peri­od.

Flaws

  • Not the best imple­men­ta­tion of a dec­o­ra­tive cov­er;
  • Very high cost;
  • The bright­ness of LED lamps will not suit every­one.

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Weissgauff TALLY 60 TC BL

Rat­ing: 4.6


Weissgauff TALLY 60 TC BL

This hood has an extreme­ly atyp­i­cal appear­ance. It has an inclined design. This mod­el takes up a lot of space, and you need to mount it to the wall. I am glad that the large dimen­sions did not affect the width of the embed­ding, it con­tin­ues to be 60 cm.

The hood is paint­ed black. Here you can see that the man­u­fac­tur­er did his best to achieve the removal of large vol­umes of air. How­ev­er, per­for­mance at the lev­el of 800 cubic meters. m / h still can not be called a record result, so we do not rec­om­mend buy­ing Weiss­gauff TALLY 60 TC BL for instal­la­tion in the kitchen of a din­ing room or restau­rant. This is also hint­ed at by the engine pow­er, which is 65 watts here. By the way, the per­for­mance can be adjust­ed — in total, three speeds are avail­able to the user.

This hood can not be called expen­sive. How­ev­er, even she received a glass edg­ing of the body! Well, for the most part, the device is made of met­al, which seems to be a com­plete­ly log­i­cal solu­tion. The man­u­fac­tur­er claims that his cre­ation will show itself per­fect­ly not only over the stove, but also over the fire­place. In the sec­ond case, how­ev­er, the grease fil­ter avail­able here is com­plete­ly use­less. Yes, and two LED lamps of 1.5 W each will then seem point­less, because the fire­place already beau­ti­ful­ly illu­mi­nates the space with its lights.

This silent mod­el sup­ports many mod­ern tech­nolo­gies. In par­tic­u­lar, it pro­vides perime­ter suc­tion. It also has a dis­play to help start the timer. The con­trol here is imple­ment­ed elec­tron­i­cal­ly, touch but­tons are used to change para­me­ters and select speed. As expect­ed, here you can use not only the removal of air, but also its cir­cu­la­tion. And the device also has a grease fil­ter, which also can­not but rejoice.

Weiss­gauff TALLY 60 TC BL can be called one of the qui­etest range hoods. If you turn on the first speed, then the device is not audi­ble at all. If you start­ed to cook some­thing active­ly smok­ing, then the noise lev­el will rise, but only up to 48 dB.

Advantages

  • There is an anti-return valve;
  • There is a grease fil­ter;
  • Easy con­trol;
  • Very high per­for­mance;
  • Three speeds are avail­able;
  • Built-in timer and perime­ter suc­tion;
  • The cost can­not be called par­tic­u­lar­ly high;
  • Stan­dard embed­ding width;
  • Glass was used in the cre­ation of the case.

Flaws

  • There are extra holes for fas­ten­ers;
  • Not a very rich pack­age.

Indesit IHVP 6.6LM K

Rat­ing: 4.5


INDESIT IHVP 6.6LM K

Anoth­er inclined hood designed for instal­la­tion in the kitchen and above the fire­place. It is also paint­ed black so as not to be con­spic­u­ous. It also needs to be wall mount­ed. And as for the mate­ri­als from which the case is made, you could guess for your­self: it is met­al and a lit­tle glass.

The air out­let pipe present here has a 120 mm diam­e­ter. Under the body of the device is a famil­iar engine. Its pow­er has been increased to 262 watts. This means that the hood should pro­vide con­sid­er­able per­for­mance. Indeed, at max­i­mum speed (and there are three of them in total), the device is able to pro­vide the removal of 658 cubic meters of air per hour. The choice of the oper­at­ing mode is pro­vid­ed by press­ing the usu­al but­tons. Remote con­trol is not avail­able here. But it is not ter­ri­ble, this method of chang­ing the speed is rarely found in mod­els whose cost does not exceed 15 thou­sand rubles.

Of course, this hood also pro­vides nor­mal air cir­cu­la­tion. This is required in those moments when noth­ing is being cooked on the stove. And the device has very pow­er­ful LED lamps. Their inclu­sion is rec­om­mend­ed in the evening — with their help, light­ing of what is hap­pen­ing on the hob is imple­ment­ed.

Oth­er­wise, this is a typ­i­cal inclined hood, dur­ing the cre­ation of which almost no sav­ings were made. Peri­met­ric suc­tion is avail­able here. Of course, the anti-return valve is not for­got­ten. Well, how could you do with­out a grease fil­ter? In short, you def­i­nite­ly will not be dis­ap­point­ed in the pur­chase. Espe­cial­ly if this is your first hood. In this case, you will even be sur­prised at how qui­et this mod­el works even at max­i­mum speed.

Advantages

  • Very high per­for­mance;
  • Three speeds are avail­able;
  • There is a grease fil­ter;
  • There is an anti-return valve;
  • Stan­dard embed­ding width;
  • Excel­lent body made of met­al and glass;
  • There is a back­light;
  • There is perime­ter suc­tion.

Flaws

  • The cost will not suit every­one.

Shindo NORI sensor 60 B/BG

Rat­ing: 4.4


SHINDO NORI SENSOR 60 B/BG

This is a fair­ly inex­pen­sive inclined hood mount­ed on the wall. It also has a black body made of met­al and glass. In fact, some­one may not like this col­or, espe­cial­ly if there are a large num­ber of white house­hold appli­ances in the kitchen. But most often Shin­do NORI sen­sor 60 B/BG fits into any kitchen inte­ri­or with­out any prob­lems.

This mod­el requires a stan­dard 60cm width for instal­la­tion. A 60 W motor is hid­den under the hood body. At first speed it is almost inaudi­ble. Any sig­nif­i­cant noise lev­el becomes only at the third speed. Her choice, by the way, is car­ried out using the touch keys. They also help to acti­vate the timer. This is con­ve­nient, because this is how the device will turn off almost imme­di­ate­ly after you have fin­ished the cook­ing process.

As expect­ed, this mod­el pro­vides both air cir­cu­la­tion and its inten­sive removal. At the same time, perime­ter suc­tion is avail­able here, thanks to which even those smells that are not locat­ed under the hood, but along the edges of it, are elim­i­nat­ed. As for the max­i­mum per­for­mance, it is 550 cubic meters. m/h Not the best para­me­ter for a restau­rant, but in an ordi­nary kitchen this pow­er is enough.

The air vent used here has a 120 mm diam­e­ter. At the bot­tom of the hood there is an LED light that makes the cook­ing process more com­fort­able. The device also boasts a grease fil­ter and an anti-return valve. Also, Shin­do NORI sen­sor 60 B/BG sup­ports the instal­la­tion of a car­bon fil­ter, but you need to buy it sep­a­rate­ly.

Advantages

  • Very low pow­er con­sump­tion;
  • Stan­dard embed­ding width;
  • Good body made of met­al and glass;
  • Three speeds are avail­able;
  • You can use a timer;
  • Pos­si­bly perime­ter suc­tion;
  • Imple­ment­ed LED light­ing;
  • Includes grease fil­ter and anti-return valve.

Flaws

  • Still, you can’t call it silent;
  • The suc­tion pow­er will not suit every­one.

Conclusion

Now you know which cook­er hoods are real­ly qui­et. And you are con­vinced that mod­ern devices of this type can have a styl­ish appear­ance. Now all you have to do is fig­ure out how much you’re will­ing to spend!

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Atten­tion! This rat­ing is sub­jec­tive, is not an adver­tise­ment and does not serve as a pur­chase guide. Before buy­ing, you need to con­sult with a spe­cial­ist.

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