COMFEE' 60cm Angled Cooker Hood ANGJ64B-60 Tempered Glass & Stainless Steel Extractor Hood with Touch Screen, LED and Recirculating & Ducting System Wall Mounted Range Hood 600mm Extractor Fan – Black [Energy Class C]

Size 60cm 60cm 90cm 60cm 60cm 90cm
Extraction Rate (Max) 440m3/h 320m3/h 320m3/h 350m3/h 350m3/h
Noise Level 64dB 67dB 68dB 66dB 68dB 68dB
New UK Energy Efficiency Class C B B C B B
Speed Modes 3 3 3 3 3 3
Recirculation Mode ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Dust Out Mode ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
12-Month Warrantyy ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Carbon Filter for Internal Recirculation Mode Need Seperate Purchase Need Seperate Purchase Need Seperate Purchase Need Seperate Purchase Need Seperate Purchase Need Seperate Purchase of Cotton Filter

Weight: 11.2 kg
Dimensions: 59.7 x 40 x 39.2 cm; 11.2 Kilograms
Part: KWH-ANGJ64B-60
Colour: Black
Batteries Required: No
Colour: Black
Dimensions: 59.7 x 40 x 39.2 cm; 11.2 Kilograms

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22 Responses

  1. Chokelate says:


    Being pretty tall I discovered the slanted rangehoods a few years ago; the integrated pull out extractors often block my sight, especially those burners at the back of the stove. Not with this type of design. Unfortunately they are hard to find in Australia, or for exorbitant prices. They seems to be quite common in eg Germany or Poland and prices are beyond believe low. Hence I ordered this hood with amazon UK and even with the high postage costs (more than the rangehood itself) I couldn’t find anything remotely comparable in Australia.

    Having said that, for its price the Comfee’ rangehood exceeded my expectation. The unit is well finished, and compared with similarly priced rangehoods such as the VidaXL slanted one, better finished (eg less sharp pieces of metal).

    I like the little transparent edging on the glass’ outside, gives it a more luxurious impression.

    However, it appears that, with all range hoods in the lower price bracket, you cant expect too much from the build-in lights: they’re mostly small, cold and low lumens; basically unusable if you need to depend on them to light your stove to do some decent cooking.

    I have solved it by adding a 30cm warm white, dimmable light strip bought at a local hardware store (Aud 30.00). I connected it with the existing wiring/power supply and disconnected the standard light. I guess that ends my factory warranty, but I rather have this better light than worry about the warranty. The rangehood doesnt break the bank anyway.

    The box comes with a 1:1 template that is roughly correct, however I have just taken the measurements and attached it accordingly. Putting the actual hood on the printed template showed a misalignment of a 5-6 mm at one side.

    Suction is better than I expected and the noise levels are acceptable. I have installed it in recirculation mode and added a carbon filter – can be ordered in Aus, A$16 for 2. From experience, each filter lasts 3-4 months, depending on cooking. I noticed that when you leave rangehoods with active carbon filters running for 4-5 minutes after you’ve turned off the stove, they last longer / stay fresh longer.

    better finished and better working than expected!

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    I have only needed to use level1 comes with 3 as the suction is brilliant. It’s loud but I’m overlooking that as it doing the job. As my old fan used to send the steam out in to the kitchen setting the smoke alarm off. I am definitely recommending this.

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this 2 pack along with the cooker hood and I am really impressed with the difference it makes whilst cooking. I would certainly recommend i

  4. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The hood is a very attractive item in the kitchen. Very easy to use and has strong suction power. The hood is loud but not unbearable.
    I would highly recommend this item

  5. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Fitted it myself but as it is quite heavy and the glass front drops forward it’s a bit tricky. Need a good solid wall to fix to I think.
    Pleased with it and less than 100. Not used much so can’t say about reliability etc.

  6. kokojsm631 says:

     United Kingdom

    Bit sceptical as I’d never heard of the manufacturer before.
    Been installed for 4 months and works great. Looks great and is easy to clean. Fan suction works fine through the tract ducting. (Can’t comment on filter usage).
    Easy to install with the template provided and just plug in. Highly recommended!

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Looks good, bit fiddly to install, all good so far.

  8. DevinFields says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersPre-Arrival:
    When shopping for this unit I needed to know Chimney Dimensions but could not find them, even manufacturer did not respond with sizes. Would it have been so difficult to provide basic unit dimensions? I have measured and added an image for others reference. I had to eyeball from photos and sketches before ordering the unit because I knew it would be tight but it all worked out, it almost looks made for my space – knowing dimensions in advance would have been much easier though.

    The unit installed fairly easily, had to cut off the 3-Pin UK plug to hard wire but that was simple, there was about 1.5m of cable. Lucky I already had a reducer for the 150mm dia exhaust from the unit which easily popped on and then connected to my 120mm flexible exhaust duct. A paper template was supplied for wall fixing with all dimensions clearly marked, I didn’t use the template but handy to have. Just pre-drill 5 holes, attach the mounting bracket (simple to attach to the wall with 3 supplied fixings), hook the unit on then remove the grease filter and lock the unit in place with 2 more supplied screws (I would normally use a torque drill to screw in but space was a bit tight, so used a hand screwdriver – no problem really). After removing the old unit it was about a 1 Hr Job but it could easily be done in 30 mins if necessary.

    Looks great, gives a much more modern look than my previous Stainless Steel brasserie style hood. I wasn’t sure how the black glass would look but I’m really happy. It is a small kitchen and the mirror effect of the glass helps create a feeling of more space and the angle design opens up the hob area. Until you find the touch power button nothing is illuminated so it can be a bit tricky to find the On button, once on the unit has an LED downlight (toggled on-off by a touch button) which is OK but not great, gives a slightly blue light which is quite appealing in my view. Activate the fan with the + touch button and select one of 3 settings, reduce the speed with the – touch button and that’s about it. In operation the fan is not too noisy, Like all extractors, you can clearly hear it but no worse than my previous unit. During boiling and frying it was clear the unit was working, there is no need to “open” the glass panel (that is only for access to the grease filter) during operation, the fan sucks up through the gap between the fan housing unit and the glass panel. I saw other reviews with pots boiling and steam everywhere, which was concerning, but I use a lid when boiling (to conserve energy) and when I removed a lid from a pot of boiling potatoes I could clearly see the extractor was working. I would keep windows and doors closed when using any small domestic extractor because they struggle with cross drafts. The manufacturer claims 440CMH on Amazon but also states 320CMH, I am guessing it might be more like 320, there was no specification in the manual. The unit has a neat delayed shutdown mode which allows you to shut off the unit and it will run for a short period – great for getting rid of any lingering odours while letting you get out the kitchen and not have to return.

    For the price, this looks to be a great unit for a small kitchen. It works as well as my old unit, that died after 10 years, and the new unit is a fraction of the price. Time will tell how it stands up to rigorous domestic use, hopefully it will be another 10 years (or more) until a need to do another Cooker Hood review.

    Looks great, works well

  9. MarisaSalley says:

     United Kingdom

    I read other reviews saying difficult to fit. It’s very easy to fit, just measure the distance from the bottom to the holes in the back where the bracket will go then measure that on your wall. Also looks very modern and sleek really makes my kitchen look great, and it actually does a great job too.

  10. RosalinCrawford says:

     United Kingdom

    It’s the best thing that I bought it’s worth the money

  11. SheriFairbanks says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersBit of a nightmare putting it up for a novice D.I.Y project but managed it looks fantastic works brilliant just be mindful on the instructions it doesn’t tell you to fit two filters (if your using them that you buy separately) but you have to fit both on to it eirther side of moto

  12. Tiffany Drew says:

     United Kingdom

    found this item quite easy to install , also looks great maybe a little loud on the highest setting but apart from that a great item

  13. Chris Jefferies says:

     United Kingdom

    Could not believe the auction power of the extractor and also easy to clean as it is glass

    Very powerful suctio

  14. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Modern, sleek design which does the job it should do. Easy to clean with good suction.

  15. LinnieCosgrove says:

     United Kingdom

    Looks nice though quite loud. Light is nice for evening/night without needing kitchen spots on.

  16. GwenSennitt says:

     United Kingdom

    Love this have had other extractors in past this is very modern matches my kitchen easy to use

  17. pacificinstitute says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought this to replace older 1 that was stainless steel this in black looks the biz what a difference to the look of my kitchen.

  18. DominicCarman says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersThis is my 2nd unit the first 1 was so noisy I thought it was a jet engine in the kitchen but amazon exchanged it and my new one is 100% better its heave

  19. KarissaX93 says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersLooks really smart. Especially when the lights on. It was very easy to install. To use you have to pull the front panel vertical and switch it on with the touch screen button on the front.
    It has three different extraction speeds. We’ve only ever used number one. I would definitely recommend this product for the price.

    Really nice.

  20. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Really a good looking angled hood, I was supposed to buy another one , but when I found this,I was immediately attracted by its outstanding appearance. Anyway the performance which is more important, it also surprised me , strong suction, multiple speed ,and touch screen control. moreover,Comfee hood is applicable to both the duct out type and the internal recirculation type but only one drawback is that we need to make seperate purchase of carbon filter, and also if engery saving can make a bit improve, that wouldn’t be any better.

  21. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 9 From Our UsersWe previously had a chrome flat extractor which at first looked great but had loads of drawbacks, the top of the extractor kept being filled with rubbish and got very dusty and the chrome just ended up with loads of fingerprints, so after it started playing up we decided to make a bit of a design change.

    This new hood fits in well with our existing modern kitchen , the angle on it stops most of the dust from settling and the fascia is really easy to wipe clean to get rid of fingerprints.

    the design is actually slightly different to any i’ve seen previously, mainly due to the fact that it has a glass outer rim which i hadn’t noticed on the pic but shows up nicely in person and makes a nice feature, the angled extraction part is nice as it means you can lean in over food being cooked without banging your head like i used too if you’re reasonably tall too.

    You will need to find some spare carbon filters to go into it but these are easy enough to source from measuring them in situe but other than that i’ve not had any issues with it at all and enjoy the design change.

    Upgrade to a chrome extracto

  22. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 5 From Our UsersIf anyone is looking for the Charcoal filters this is the link I was provided after contacting there customer support.

    Accordingly to you request below, we recommend you to purchase the charcoal filter from the link of Amazon as follows,

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