Neff D51NAA1C0B review
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With a claimed air extraction rate of up to 302 cubic metres per hour, the Neff D51NAA1C0B is designed for the smaller kitchen. This canopy cooker hood fits inside a cabinet over the hob so it won’t spoil the aesthetics, but does it have enough oomph to remove steam and grease before they become a problem? Our tests reveal exactly how well this cooker hood works, so read on for our full review.
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