Amica, the Polish manufacturer of mid-market built-in and freestanding appliances has introduced a new white glass and steel version of its popular OKC653SW vertical chimney extractor at the request of kitchen and electrical retailers for a complete white-glass package.

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The new OKC653SW chimney hood
The new OKC653SW chimney hood

Amica OKC653SW hoods are part of Amica’s increasing built in collection and provide both a distinctive look, thanks to stainless steel and a choice of black smoked glass and now, the new stunning white glass, and the latest in touch or remote control, extraction technology.

The new Amica vertical chimney hood delivers an impressive 620m3/h extraction capacity with touch control and great looks to compliment any kitchen. This performance is achieved with the lowest noise emissions in the range at only 53 dBA.  The electronic display incorporates a timer and the 4 speed settings together with 2 integrated 20W halogen lights. This 60cm unit has an installed depth of only 47cm.  The extractor height is adjustable between 106 and 142cm.

white induction hob and Zen oven from Amica.
white induction hob and Zen oven from Amica.

This powerful Amica hood offers a modern, stylish, efficient and extremely quiet addition to the Amica range and is available from Amica’s distributor partners nationwide.  Like all Amica appliances, it is covered by comprehensive 2 year guarantee on parts and labour.

For further information on Amica’s range of appliances, visit amica-international.co.uk


 

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