Hindware Blaze Blk 60 Wall Mounted Chimney Review
Built & Design: Hindware Blaze Blk 60 Wall Mounted Chimney is elegant, sleek and compact sized black color chimney with height, width and depth of 56 cm, 60 cm and 32 cm respectively. The product weighs 10 Kg.
Type: Hindware Blaze Blk 60 is a wall mounted chimney i.e. it is fitted against the wall and cook top and the filter used is cassette one.
The cassette filter is made up of aluminum mesh that uses the gap between the mesh to suck the oil and grease particles.
Power: This appliance is powered with motor and engine power of 200 W whereas the required power is AC 220-240 V at the frequency of 50 Hz.
The powerful motor provides a good oil and smoke suction capacity.
Performance: The product has an air suction capacity of 1000CMH for maximum air flow and the users can increase the air suction speed up till three levels.
The push button control makes it easier for the users to operate the device whereas the stainless steel body provided durability to the product.
Additional Features: The manufacturer provides a 1-year warranty on all electrical parts along with installation and demo facility.
There is very low operational noise of 50 db and 2 LED lamps are in-built to indicate that the power is supplied to the product.
Hindware Blaze Blk 60 Wall Mounted Chimney Pros and Cons
- Good quality of materials is used in its built.
- The installation and customer care service is very good.
- Very low operational sound is observed.
- Users have to manually start the device because of the absence of auto start feature.
- The device won’t be switched off on its own as it does not have power saving mode.
- The filter is required to be cleaned manually because there is no in-built oil collector.
Hindware Blaze Blk 60 Wall Mounted Chimney Verdict
Hindware Blaze Blk 60 Wall Mounted Chimney is designed with maximum air flow to get rid of fumes and smoke in kitchen without noise. The device is built with good quality of materials but addition of auto start feature along with a power saving mode would have been an add-on.