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Kobe Range Hoods
Kobe Range Hoods…
The latest in kitchen pollutant suction technology. Or simply put—the best range hood you can possibly get. You shouldn’t have to worry about carbon monoxide inhalation when you’re doing what you love. Cooking.
Affordable. Effective. Quiet.
A QUALITY CULTURE. A CULTURE OF QUALITY.
KOBE’s ventilation products are designed by their Japanese parent company—Tosho & Company, LTD. A juggernaut that has dominated the field in global quality product sales for the past 40 years—especially throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Through their support, KOBE Range Hoods is the perennial “crème de la crème” figure in cat-quiet kitchen ventilation.
INNOVATION THROUGH RESEARCH.
KOBE’s fiery determination to all things new and unique lead to extensive research and develop…and then a series of awesomely powerful, sleek, and seamless ventilation products.
And its headline feature…
No need to get loud while you cook. Use your range hood without putting up with ear-piercing noise pollution. Now you can keep stay in the kitchen while you converse with friends and family—without being impeded by a loud range hood.
Our selection of KOBE Range Hoods Series include:CH-191, IS-123, RA-038, CH00.
FACTS and FEATURES that apply to some, most, or all of the Fisher Paykel Ranges:
- Under Cabinet
- Wall Mount
- Island Mount
- Non Ducted
- Standard Hood
- Canopy Pro Style
- Chimney Style
ENERGY STAR COMPLIANT
Keep It Pure.
Keep It Quiet.
Prepare a Masterpiece.
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