Hisense CH9T4BXUK review
Our testing found that two samples of this product failed the requirements that are designed to keep you safe in case of a fire in your kitchen.
A component in this cooker hood didn’t meet the industry standards for safety when it was exposed to a real flame in our test lab, making it a fire hazard.
Hisense told us: ‘The safety of our customers is paramount, and we take these findings very seriously. All components in our appliances are inspected and rigorously tested before being used in the manufacturing process.
‘We can confirm that following further tests carried out, these components met, and fully complied with, all safety regulations.’
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The Hisense CH9T4BXUK is the wider version of the Hisense CH6T4BXUK, suitable for larger hobs. We took it to our test lab to find out whether it's up to scratch.What's included:
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- How well does it remove grease, steam and odours?
- How easy is it to use?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Should I buy it?
First reviewed by Which?
- 29%Lowest score
- 62%Average score
- 80%Highest score
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