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Jan-Carlos Kucharek

Tired of banging your head against the stainless-steel trim of your highly conspicuous cooker hood? Well, if you’ve got the readies to hand, your worries are over. Winners of a 2019 Red Dot design award, Bora’s new Pure extractors are integrated into the hob right up close to the action to ensure any extraction is done ‘at source’, so to speak. Watch in forehead-balming pleasure as steam and smells are drawn down and away, with easy access to the filter for regular cleaning. If it becomes the ‘go-to’ spot for vapers at your house parties, it’ll be no-one’s fault but your own… 

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