Bora hob on black worktop. Steam from pans being sucked down through middle of hob via bora extraction system.
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Bora draws off grease particles and odours directly from the cookware. This prevents cooking odours rising up and spreading throughout your home. The captured grease particles are trapped by the stainless steel air filter, so you can cook while surrounded by fresh air. Bora technology uses sophisticated and very quiet motors to make this method of extraction much quieter than a traditional extractor fan. A regular extractor fan will usually be around 70 db, whereas Bora extractors are about as loud as a frying steak.

Bora extractors also mean freedom from the constraints of regular extractor hoods. This means no sharp corners at head height, no visibility restriction, and no steam to cloud your glasses.

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