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Thread: Advice for Kitchen Stove, Hood and Hob

  1. #21
    I have been using Turbo's kitchen hob and hood for many years now and would highly recommend it!
    Who else uses Turbo Kitchen hob and hood here??

  2. #22
    Here's tips on choosing the right hood for your kitchen layout
    There are four types of cooker hoods, and the right one depends on the kitchen layout as well as your personal preference.

    Wall-mounted cooker hoods (Slimline hood /Conventional hood): If budget is a concern, a price-friendly option is the wall-mounted cooker hood. Measuring between 60cm and 90cm in width, these cooker hoods will fit in compact spaces. They are your best bet if you have a small kitchen space.

    Chimney cooker hoods: Powerful and large in size, chimney cooker hoods add a dramatic style to your kitchen. As the name suggests, the cooker hoods together with the chimney tube need to be fitted to the wall. Ample space needs to be allocated for these hoods.

    Integrated cooker hoods (Canopy hood/Telescopic hood): Able to be seamlessly fitted with kitchen cabinets, these cooker hoods allow you to achieve a fluid kitchen design. Due to their power, they are more suited for light cooking and use in tandem with smaller hob models.

    Island cooker hoods: If you intend to build a kitchen island top and do your cooking there, then an island cooker hood is the only option for you. The hood will be attached directly to the ceiling and hence space abundance is an important factor.

  3. #23
    Hi Everybody! If you want to change your kitchen hob or hood, you can check out Turbo's warehouse sale this weekend.
    Go on their Fb page for more info.

  4. #24
    Check out the extended promotions for Turbo warehouse sale this weekend!

  5. #25
    I bought Turbo's TIH2013 sensor touch induction cooker for a friend who lives in a small apartment and wanted something to do simple cooking yet want to avoid all the clean of a kitchen hob.
    It even comes with an automatic safety shut-off switch to ensure a smooth cooking experience! Awesome!

  6. #26
    Do you know that there are different cooker hood filters for different cooker needs?

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    Personally I prefer gas-saving hobs. Watch out for plastic knobs on the hob which are lousy quality and can crack.

  8. #28
    TURBO hobs are capable of producing both the largest and smallest flames in the market. The flames are angled at 45 degrees, which is the most energy-efficient angle to heat up your food. I'm using Turbo cooker hob, what about you?

  9. #29
    If you're looking to get an oven, check out Turbo oven now because they are having sale just for this Hari Raya Haji!

  10. #30
    Turbo TFE6608 oven boast a fingerprint-resistant stainless steel finish, and hence are sleek in design. Their turbo fans help to circulate the air, a nifty feature that allows the surfaces of roasts and breads to brown beautifully.

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