CIARRA Push-Button Ducted Recirculating Cooker Hood

Last updated: October 5, 2021

CIARRA Push-Button Ducted Recirculating Cooker Hood

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We looked at the top Recirculating Cooker Hoods and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Recirculating Cooker Hood you should buy.

Overall Take

This super-thin, 30-inch stainless steel range hood looks like a million bucks and is designed to fit into small spaces. It has three speed levels and a five-layer detachable aluminum mesh filter.

In our analysis of 16 expert reviews, the CIARRA Push-Button Ducted Recirculating Cooker Hood placed 4th when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

35 inch range hood with slim profile saves space, product dimensions: 29.76 (W) x 19.68 (L) x 3.94 (H) inches. Top vent: 4.8 inches.Rear vent: 5.9 x 2.56 inches. Stove hood vent for kitchen, with 5-layers aluminum mesh filters to trap grease and fumes effectively. Stainless steel kitchen hood with 3 speed levels precisely meet your need. Quiet operation, less than 6.5 Sones at the high speed. Kitchen stove vent with push button for convenient control. Energy-saving led lights provide enough brightness for better visibility. The cabinet range hood could be converted to ductless operation with the optional purchase of the CACF006 charcoal filter.

Expert Reviews

What experts liked

The motor of these machines is quiet but strong. It can produce 200 CFM airflow from 3 fans and yet keep the noise at less than 65 dB at the highest speed.
It has a slim profile and is ideal for condos and apartments. It features a 3-speed fan, which can be adjusted according to the type of cooking. Its powerful motor and suction effectively remove all smoke and odors. It comes with a sensitive push button for convenient operation.

What experts didn't like

Some may find the air circulation power a little weak.


Range hoods are kitchen appliances installed over your stovetop with mechanical fans that pull grease, odors, heat, steam and smoke from kitchens. These unwanted cooking byproducts can be transported outside through ductwork. However, recirculating or ductless cooker hoods work differently.

Recirculating cooker hoods filter the kitchen air and blow it back into the room, which is good if there is no exhaust air outside. Recirculating cooker hoods suck air in and run it through carbon filters that absorb dirt and odors. The returning air is nice and clean.

Ductless cooker hoods do not require any ventilation, which makes them easier to install. However, they do not have as much suction; usually around 180 cubic feet per minute (CFM) while exhaust hoods can average 500 CFM. They do cost less, though, and are less noisy.

Most of these range hoods measure around 30 inches wide. Keep in mind that they should be the same size or one size larger than the range (the next size up is 36 inches). While ductless hoods have less power, they don’t need that much because the air is being redistributed, not extracted. Some experts feel that higher suction ratings do not always indicate better performance; instead, it’s more important to focus on the filtration system.

The two most common kinds of filters are made from carbon or aluminum mesh. When you buy a hood, make sure you get replacement filters as well, since they only last about four to six months (unless your kitchen gets exceptionally smoky, in which case they may last for less time).

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