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Kitchen Chimneys

Best Kitchen Chimneys in India - Reviews and Comparison 2021

We picked the 7 best kitchen chimneys in 2021 for your budget and use cases.

Cooking in the kitchen is all about oil, gas grease and smoke, and for a great cooking experience, it is of utmost importance that we have channels of exhaust fans or kitchen chimneys to let these unwanted elements pass out of the kitchen.

Today in this buying guide cum comparison article of the best kitchen chimneys of India, we are talking about some of the best kitchen chimneys of 2021 available in the market.

Exhaust Fans

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10/21/2021

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Rating

Suction Power

Filters

Pro's & Con's

Noise Level

Installation Type

Special Features

Colour

Voltage

Material

Included Components

Weight

Dimensions (LxWxH)

Warranty

60cm 1200 m3/hr Auto Clean Chimney

Hindware

60cm 1200 m3/hr Auto Clean Chimney

B01I94AYKY

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9.7 / 10

01/2021

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1200 Cubic Feet Per Minute

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Baffle filter

Thermal auto clean technology
Touch controls
Energy efficient
Robust metallic blower
Metallic oil collector
After sales service quality needs improvement
58 dB
Wall mount
Auto clean
Steel/Grey
230 Volts
Steel and glass
Chimney, user manual, warranty card, hanging clamp, duct pipe, and fixing material
14.2 kg
48 x 60 x 54.8 cm
  • 1-year product warranty
  • 5 years warranty on the motor

Faber

60 cm 1200 m³/hr Auto-Clean Kitchen Chimney

Hood Orient TC BK 60

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9.6 / 10

01/2021

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1200 Cubic Feet Per Minute

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Filterless

Thermal auto clean technology
Touch controls
Efficient motor
Great suction capacity
A bit noisy
68 dB
Wall mount
Light, auto clean, and touch control
Black
220 Volts
Glass
Chimney and user manual
12 kg
48 x 60 x 60 cm
  • 1-year product warranty
  • 5 years warranty on the motor

Elica

60 cm 1200 m3/hr Auto Clean Chimney

WDAT HAC 60 NERO

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9.5 / 10

01/2021

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1200 Cubic Feet Per Minute

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Baffle filter

Thermal auto clean technology
Touch controls
LED lamp
Metallic oil collector
Elegant design
After sales service needs improvement
58 dB
Wall mount
Auto clean and touch control
Black
220 Volts
Glass
Chimney
12 kg
48 x 60 x 47.1 cm
  • 1-year product warranty
  • 5 years warranty on the motor

Eurodomo

60 cm 1200 m³/hr curved glass Chimney

Hood Classy HC TC 60

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9.4 / 10

01/2021

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1200 Cubic Feet Per Minute

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Baffle filter

Great suction capacity
Touch controls
Thermal auto clean technology
LED Lamp
Suction power degradation observed in some models
58 dB
Wall mount
Auto clean and touch control
Black
220 Volts
Glass
Chimney and user manual
10 kg
48 x 60 x 60 cm
  • 1-year product warranty
  • 5 years warranty on the motor

Faber

90 cm 1500 m³/hr Chimney

HOOD PRIMUS PLUS ENERGY HC SC BK 90

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9.3 / 10

01/2021

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1500 Cubic Feet Per Minute

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Baffle filter

Robust auto clean technology
Touch controls
Great suction power
LED lights
Powerful motor
58 dB
Wall mount
Light, auto clean, and touch control
Black
220 Volts
Glass
Chimney, user manual, and aluminium pipe
14 kg
48 x 90 x 60 cm
  • 1-year product warranty
  • 5 years warranty on the motor

Elica

60 cm 880 m3/hr Chimney

Strip CF 60 NERO

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9.2 / 10

01/2021

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880 Cubic Feet Per Minute

Mesh/ Cassette filters

Energy efficient
Push-button controls
LED lamp
Lesser suction capacity
58 dB
Wall Mount
Cassette filter
Black
230 Volts
Glass
Chimney
5.62 kg
47.8 x 60 x 58.9 cm
  • 1-year product warranty
  • 5 years warranty on the motor

GLEN

Senza 60 cm 1050 m3/hr Filterless Chimney

CH60CTACBL60FL

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9.1 / 10

03/2021

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1050 Cubic Feet Per Minute

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Filterless

Thermal auto clean technology
Touch controls and motion sensor
Oil collector
Powerful suction capacity
After sales service needs improvement
58 dB
Wall mount
Auto clean and filterless
Black
230 Volts
Glass
Main unit, oil collector, glass, hood, and user manual
11.9 kg
47 x 60 x 43 cm
  • 1-year product warranty
  • 5 years warranty on the motor

Hindware

60cm 1200 m3/hr Auto Clean Chimney


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9.7 / 10

01/2021

Pro's & Con's

Thermal auto clean technology
Touch controls
Energy efficient
Robust metallic blower
Metallic oil collector
After sales service quality needs improvement

Features

Suction Power

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Baffle filter

Noise Level

58 dB

Installation Type

Wall mount

Special Features

Auto clean

Colour

Steel/Grey

Voltage

230 Volts

Material

Steel and glass

Included Components

Chimney, user manual, warranty card, hanging clamp, duct pipe, and fixing material

Weight

14.2 kg

Dimensions (LxWxH)

48 x 60 x 54.8 cm

Warranty

  • 1-year product warranty
  • 5 years warranty on the motor

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Chitransh Waghmare

Chitransh Waghmare

Buyer's Guide - Best Kitchen Chimneys in India 2021

Know all about kitchen chimneys to buy the best!

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Features: Most important purchase criteria for kitchen chimneys

Here’s a sneak peek into the most significant features to consider before buying a kitchen chimneys

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How-To: Usage hints and care instructions for kitchen chimneys

Best practices for kitchen chimneys usage and care.

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Our Picks: How we picked the best kitchen chimneys in India 2021

Find out how we selected and ranked the products.

1. Features: Most important purchase criteria for kitchen chimneys

1.1 Types

Various types of chimneys are available in the market and hence it gives flexibility to the buyer to pick from a varied range based on the factors like convenience, space in the kitchen, and other dynamics. Let's have a look at various types of kitchen chimneys and their respective characteristics.

  • Wall-mounted chimney

A wall-mounted chimney is among the most popular types of chimneys in India and around the globe. These chimneys are particularly favoured in India, as the chimney needs to be mounted on the platforms that are built adjacent to the kitchen walls. Indian kitchens generally are built in the exact same way.

A wall mount chimney has a duct to release smoke outside. While some chimneys are even ductless. The chimneys with a duct purify the air and pump it back into the kitchen.

Yet another variation of the wall-mounted chimneys are the island chimneys which can be used while they hang on the ceiling of the kitchen. Apart from those kitchens where kitchen platforms are away from the walls, the island chimneys are widely used in the hospitality industry in India.

  • Straight-line chimneys

Straight-line chimneys are ideal for kitchens that are less spacious and where the wall-mounted chimneys can't be installed owing to their size. Extending halfway of your cooking range, the straight line chimneys suck up the smoke directly from the cooktop and across the kitchen.

Additionally, the straight line chimneys offer additional overhead storage space for kitchen items.

  • Auto-clean chimneys

The auto clean chimneys are a saviour among all types. From oil getting settled on the inside to the food particles getting stuck in the interior, an auto clean chimney makes the cleaning of the equipment effortless.

The auto-clean feature in these chimneys saves a lot of your time as you don't need to dismantle the entire chimney before you clean it. These chimneys have reservoirs that contain 500 ml of water that can be used for cleaning. You just need to press the auto-clean button after every 15-20 days to clean up the chimney.

Various types of chimneys are available in the market and hence it gives flexibility to the buyer to pick from a varied range based on the factors like convenience, space in the kitchen, and other dynamics. Let's have a look at various types of kitchen chimneys and their respective characteristics.

  • Wall-mounted chimney

A wall-mounted chimney is among the most popular types of chimneys in India and around the globe. These chimneys are particularly favoured in India, as the chimney needs to be mounted on the platforms that are built adjacent to the kitchen walls. Indian kitchens generally are built in the exact same way.

A wall mount chimney has a duct to release smoke outside. While some chimneys are even ductless. The chimneys with a duct purify the air and pump it back into the kitchen.

Yet another variation of the wall-mounted chimneys are the island chimneys which can be used while they hang on the ceiling of the kitchen. Apart from those kitchens where kitchen platforms are away from the walls, the island chimneys are widely used in the hospitality industry in India.

  • Straight-line chimneys

Straight-line chimneys are ideal for kitchens that are less spacious and where the wall-mounted chimneys can't be installed owing to their size. Extending halfway of your cooking range, the straight line chimneys suck up the smoke directly from the cooktop and across the kitchen.

Additionally, the straight line chimneys offer additional overhead storage space for kitchen items.

  • Auto-clean chimneys

The auto clean chimneys are a saviour among all types. From oil getting settled on the inside to the food particles getting stuck in the interior, an auto clean chimney makes the cleaning of the equipment effortless.

The auto-clean feature in these chimneys saves a lot of your time as you don't need to dismantle the entire chimney before you clean it. These chimneys have reservoirs that contain 500 ml of water that can be used for cleaning. You just need to press the auto-clean button after every 15-20 days to clean up the chimney.

1.2 Types of Chimney Filters

Chimney filters are the heart and soul of the chimney and it is important to pick a chimney with a filter that suits your cooking style. For instance, the baffle filter is considered the best for Indian cooking and hence is the most commonly found filters in the chimneys that are sold in the Indian market. Let's take a deep dive into the filter types.

  • Mesh/Cassette filters

These filters are called mesh filters due to featuring layers of aluminium or stainless steel that filter the solid food particles while letting the smoke pass. They require high maintenance and also have reduced suction capacity.

Also, this requires the cost of engaging a dedicated chimney cleaning agency.

  • Baffle filters

The baffle is one of the most popular and most widely used filters in kitchen chimneys, especially those that are presented in the Indian market, partially because it suits the Indian cooking style and secondly it is very easy to maintain.

The baffle filters also have an edge over other filter types because of their design that includes multiple filters that make it easier for the smoke to exit. The baffle filters are also detachable which requires no external help for maintaining and cleaning.

  • Carbon filter

Carbon filters are essentially used in water purifiers and also preferably used in kitchen chimneys for their capacities to direct bad odour out of the kitchen.

Both oil and grease particles get stuck in these filters and hence these filters require regular cleaning. These are the second most popular filters after the baffle filters in India.

Chimney filters are the heart and soul of the chimney and it is important to pick a chimney with a filter that suits your cooking style. For instance, the baffle filter is considered the best for Indian cooking and hence is the most commonly found filters in the chimneys that are sold in the Indian market. Let's take a deep dive into the filter types.

  • Mesh/Cassette filters

These filters are called mesh filters due to featuring layers of aluminium or stainless steel that filter the solid food particles while letting the smoke pass. They require high maintenance and also have reduced suction capacity.

Also, this requires the cost of engaging a dedicated chimney cleaning agency.

  • Baffle filters

The baffle is one of the most popular and most widely used filters in kitchen chimneys, especially those that are presented in the Indian market, partially because it suits the Indian cooking style and secondly it is very easy to maintain.

The baffle filters also have an edge over other filter types because of their design that includes multiple filters that make it easier for the smoke to exit. The baffle filters are also detachable which requires no external help for maintaining and cleaning.

  • Carbon filter

Carbon filters are essentially used in water purifiers and also preferably used in kitchen chimneys for their capacities to direct bad odour out of the kitchen.

Both oil and grease particles get stuck in these filters and hence these filters require regular cleaning. These are the second most popular filters after the baffle filters in India.

1.3 Suction Power

The suction power is also one of the core functions of the chimney and there is a benchmark to ensure if a particular chimney is ideal for you or not. An ideal chimney should extract 10 times the air that is present in the given space. The suction power is measured in the units of cubic metre per hour in India, and the higher the suction power, the more beneficial it is for you.

The suction power is also one of the core functions of the chimney and there is a benchmark to ensure if a particular chimney is ideal for you or not. An ideal chimney should extract 10 times the air that is present in the given space. The suction power is measured in the units of cubic metre per hour in India, and the higher the suction power, the more beneficial it is for you.

1.4 Portability

The portability factor of a chimney is important, though chimney as equipment doesn't have to be repositioned often. However, if you have related concerns, you can always go for a ductless chimney as it is lighter than a chimney with a duct.

The portability factor of a chimney is important, though chimney as equipment doesn't have to be repositioned often. However, if you have related concerns, you can always go for a ductless chimney as it is lighter than a chimney with a duct.

1.5 Size

There are mainly two variations in the size of the chimney, a 60 m chimney - ideal for a 2-4 gas burner stove, and a 90 m chimney that is more suitable for a 3-5 gas burner stove. Apart from the broadness, it is also important to maintain a safe distance between the gas burner and the chimney, which ranges from 26-30 inches. More distance can impact the suction power of the chimney to some extent.

There are mainly two variations in the size of the chimney, a 60 m chimney - ideal for a 2-4 gas burner stove, and a 90 m chimney that is more suitable for a 3-5 gas burner stove. Apart from the broadness, it is also important to maintain a safe distance between the gas burner and the chimney, which ranges from 26-30 inches. More distance can impact the suction power of the chimney to some extent.

1.6 Maintenance

And lastly, the care and maintenance feature of the equipment plays a vital factor in choosing a kitchen chimney. After all, the chimney is heavily used ever since it is installed in your kitchen and it becomes imperative to clean it at regular intervals. However, with the inclusion of removable filters and the advantage of auto cleaning chimneys, this has become fairly easy in comparison to the earlier times. With few exceptions like mesh filters, there is no need for professional help to clean the filters of the chimney. While the more popular baffle filter is fairly easy to clean once the chimney is dismantled.

And lastly, the care and maintenance feature of the equipment plays a vital factor in choosing a kitchen chimney. After all, the chimney is heavily used ever since it is installed in your kitchen and it becomes imperative to clean it at regular intervals. However, with the inclusion of removable filters and the advantage of auto cleaning chimneys, this has become fairly easy in comparison to the earlier times. With few exceptions like mesh filters, there is no need for professional help to clean the filters of the chimney. While the more popular baffle filter is fairly easy to clean once the chimney is dismantled.

2. FAQ: Learn more about the details Any questions left?

2.1 How is the kitchen chimney useful?

The primary function of a kitchen chimney is to extract and clear smoke, heat, and food odours out of the kitchen. The chimney uses an internal fan and filters to clear the smoke.

The primary function of a kitchen chimney is to extract and clear smoke, heat, and food odours out of the kitchen. The chimney uses an internal fan and filters to clear the smoke.

2.2 Can a kitchen chimney run on an inverter?

A kitchen chimney mostly consumes 160 W to 300 W and an inverter with a capacity of 600 Volt-Amps (VA) can easily support the chimney.

A kitchen chimney mostly consumes 160 W to 300 W and an inverter with a capacity of 600 Volt-Amps (VA) can easily support the chimney.

2.3 How often should we clean a kitchen chimney?

The cleaning frequency largely depends on how much the chimney is being used. Extensive use results in the settling of oil and grease and hence it requires more maintenance. Regular cleaning also enhances the longevity of the chimney.

The cleaning frequency largely depends on how much the chimney is being used. Extensive use results in the settling of oil and grease and hence it requires more maintenance. Regular cleaning also enhances the longevity of the chimney.

2.4 At what height the chimney should be placed in the kitchen?

It is safe to place the kitchen chimney around 25-30 inches above the kitchen platform.

It is safe to place the kitchen chimney around 25-30 inches above the kitchen platform.

2.5 How is an auto clean chimney more preferable?

The auto clean chimneys enhance the utility of the appliance and improve the suction power of the chimney.

The auto clean chimneys enhance the utility of the appliance and improve the suction power of the chimney.

2.6 What are some major manufacturers of the kitchen chimney in India?

Some of the major manufacturers of the kitchen chimney in India include Elica, Faber, Sunflame, IFB, Glen etc.

Some of the major manufacturers of the kitchen chimney in India include Elica, Faber, Sunflame, IFB, Glen etc.

3. How-To: Usage hints and care instructions for kitchen chimneys

3.1 How to clean the kitchen chimney?

  • Remove the filters from the chimney.

  • Fill a bucket with boiling water and mix dishwashing liquid in it.

  • Soak the filter in water and keep it immersed for at least 10 minutes.

  • After soaking the filters, scrub them clean.

  • Lastly, rinse and dry them before fixing them back in their position.

  • Remove the filters from the chimney.

  • Fill a bucket with boiling water and mix dishwashing liquid in it.

  • Soak the filter in water and keep it immersed for at least 10 minutes.

  • After soaking the filters, scrub them clean.

  • Lastly, rinse and dry them before fixing them back in their position.

4. Fun Facts: Interesting facts, figures, and things to know about kitchen chimneys

4.1 The Pennsylvanian Fire Place was invented by Benjamin Franklin in 1740, which served as a building block of kitchen chimnies, originally invented to improve the efficiency of heating homes.

4.2 The first industrial chimneys were developed during the times of Romans to clear smoke from their bakeries.

4.3 In 1185 AD, the first English chimney was seen at the Conisbrough Castle in Yorkshire. However, the chimneys didn't become commonplace till the 17th Century.

4.1 The Pennsylvanian Fire Place was invented by Benjamin Franklin in 1740, which served as a building block of kitchen chimnies, originally invented to improve the efficiency of heating homes.

4.2 The first industrial chimneys were developed during the times of Romans to clear smoke from their bakeries.

4.3 In 1185 AD, the first English chimney was seen at the Conisbrough Castle in Yorkshire. However, the chimneys didn't become commonplace till the 17th Century.

5. Our Picks: How we picked the best kitchen chimneys in India 2021

5.1 Hindware 60cm 1200 m3/hr Auto Clean Chimney

This Hindware 60cm chimney is an absolutely complete package with high brand repute, lucid operation, and excellent usability. On top of that, it's one of the most favoured thermal auto clean chimneys by the customers.

In times of havoc and a haphazard lifestyle, the auto clean chimney saves a lot of time and effort.

This wall-mounted curved glass chimney has a suction capacity of 1200 m3/hr. It is embedded with a baffle filter and features multiple panels to segregate grease & spice. This Hindware chimney requires cleaning on a half-yearly basis and has a 1-year overall product warranty while a 5-year warranty on the motor.

This auto clean chimney boosts smooth touch controls and has a 90cm variation, which is more useful for bigger gas stoves.

This Hindware 60cm chimney is an absolutely complete package with high brand repute, lucid operation, and excellent usability. On top of that, it's one of the most favoured thermal auto clean chimneys by the customers.

In times of havoc and a haphazard lifestyle, the auto clean chimney saves a lot of time and effort.

This wall-mounted curved glass chimney has a suction capacity of 1200 m3/hr. It is embedded with a baffle filter and features multiple panels to segregate grease & spice. This Hindware chimney requires cleaning on a half-yearly basis and has a 1-year overall product warranty while a 5-year warranty on the motor.

This auto clean chimney boosts smooth touch controls and has a 90cm variation, which is more useful for bigger gas stoves.

5.2 Faber 60 cm 1200 m³/hr Auto-Clean Kitchen Chimney

Next on the list is another auto clean chimney from Faber with a  60 cm width and a 1200 m³/hr suction rate. An added feature of this chimney is that it is filterless. Not having a filter reduces its maintenance to a minimum level as the cleaning of the interior happens through airflow angle and not a separate filter.

Featuring smooth one-touch controls, the Faber chimney is made up of curved glass and has to be wall-mounted.

Similar to our top choice, this product has a one-year overall product warranty and a five-year warranty separately on the motor.

If you have a bigger gas stove and more kitchen space, you can even go with its 90cm variation.

Next on the list is another auto clean chimney from Faber with a  60 cm width and a 1200 m³/hr suction rate. An added feature of this chimney is that it is filterless. Not having a filter reduces its maintenance to a minimum level as the cleaning of the interior happens through airflow angle and not a separate filter.

Featuring smooth one-touch controls, the Faber chimney is made up of curved glass and has to be wall-mounted.

Similar to our top choice, this product has a one-year overall product warranty and a five-year warranty separately on the motor.

If you have a bigger gas stove and more kitchen space, you can even go with its 90cm variation.

5.3 Elica 60 cm 1200 m3/hr Auto Clean Chimney

Like Hindware and Faber, Elica is also one of the most celebrated and trustworthy brands of Kitchenware. It has come up with one of the most robust and feature-rich kitchen chimneys at a very reasonable cost.

This wall mounting chimney has a 1200 m³/hr suction capacity and an auto-clean feature as well. This curved glass chimney has lucid touch control and is ideal for a 2-4 burner stove.

With a 5-year warranty on the motor of the chimney and a 1-year overall product warranty, the only limitation with the Elica chimney is that it is not available in the size variation of 90 cm which is appropriate for a bigger size kitchen.

Like Hindware and Faber, Elica is also one of the most celebrated and trustworthy brands of Kitchenware. It has come up with one of the most robust and feature-rich kitchen chimneys at a very reasonable cost.

This wall mounting chimney has a 1200 m³/hr suction capacity and an auto-clean feature as well. This curved glass chimney has lucid touch control and is ideal for a 2-4 burner stove.

With a 5-year warranty on the motor of the chimney and a 1-year overall product warranty, the only limitation with the Elica chimney is that it is not available in the size variation of 90 cm which is appropriate for a bigger size kitchen.

5.4 Eurodomo 60 cm 1200 m³/hr Auto-Clean curved glass Kitchen Chimney

The Eurodomo kitchen chimney is among the premium budget-friendly options if you are someone who is purchasing the kitchen evening with the budget constraint. It is one of the few kitchen chimneys that are not approaching the 10,000 rupee mark and still providing the same set of advantages as most high-end kitchen chimneys.

This 60 cm kitchen chimney has a 1200 m3/hr suction capacity and a baffle filter embedded. The chimney has touch controls while the motor emits a 58 Db noise. The kitchen chimney also has an oil collector added among other amenities.

This robust and economical kitchen chimney requires cleaning every 6 months and has a 1-year product warranty. The kitchen chimney is available in a 90cm size as well.

The Eurodomo kitchen chimney is among the premium budget-friendly options if you are someone who is purchasing the kitchen evening with the budget constraint. It is one of the few kitchen chimneys that are not approaching the 10,000 rupee mark and still providing the same set of advantages as most high-end kitchen chimneys.

This 60 cm kitchen chimney has a 1200 m3/hr suction capacity and a baffle filter embedded. The chimney has touch controls while the motor emits a 58 Db noise. The kitchen chimney also has an oil collector added among other amenities.

This robust and economical kitchen chimney requires cleaning every 6 months and has a 1-year product warranty. The kitchen chimney is available in a 90cm size as well.

5.5 Faber 90 cm 1500 m³/hr Auto-Clean curved glass Kitchen Chimney

Another Faber kitchen chimney occupies the next spot due to its enhanced capacity and reasonable price. This kitchen chimney boasts a robust 1500 m3/hr suction and is essentially meant for large-sized kitchens.

This kitchen chimney with a stylish black finish can be mounted on a wall and is carved out of curved glass, with a baffle filter inside. Requiring half-yearly cleaning, this could be conveniently dismantled.

It is having a 1-year product warranty and a 5-year warranty on the motor.

Another Faber kitchen chimney occupies the next spot due to its enhanced capacity and reasonable price. This kitchen chimney boasts a robust 1500 m3/hr suction and is essentially meant for large-sized kitchens.

This kitchen chimney with a stylish black finish can be mounted on a wall and is carved out of curved glass, with a baffle filter inside. Requiring half-yearly cleaning, this could be conveniently dismantled.

It is having a 1-year product warranty and a 5-year warranty on the motor.

5.6 Elica 60 cm 880 m3/hr Chimney

The Elica 60cm chimney with an 880 m3/ per hour suction power is an ideal option for those who needs a chimney for less spacious and humble kitchen space.

This pyramid type wall-mounted chimney is dedicatedly meant for kitchens less than 200 sqft. Furthermore, it has 2 cassette filters which are meant to confront heavy frying and grilling. This kitchen chimney with push-button control has a 1-year product warranty and a 5-year warranty on the motor inside.

The Elica 60cm chimney with an 880 m3/ per hour suction power is an ideal option for those who needs a chimney for less spacious and humble kitchen space.

This pyramid type wall-mounted chimney is dedicatedly meant for kitchens less than 200 sqft. Furthermore, it has 2 cassette filters which are meant to confront heavy frying and grilling. This kitchen chimney with push-button control has a 1-year product warranty and a 5-year warranty on the motor inside.

5.7 GLEN Senza 60 cm 1050 m3/hr Filterless Auto clean Chimney

Our final pick on the list hails from another celebrated brand of Glen. This decently priced chimney has the required suction capacity of 1050 m3/hr. Not just that, its auto-clean feature makes its maintenance easy and convenient.

This curved glass wall mounting chimney has a 1-year warranty and has a 60 cm width which makes it suitable for a 3 to 4 burner gas stove. With one-touch sensor controls, the built-in motor of the thinning causes minimal noise of 58 disables while functioning. Checkout buying guide, reviews and comparison of best egg boilers, best exhaust fan, best dishwashers, best thermos flask, best non electric water purifiers, best water purifiers in India.

Our final pick on the list hails from another celebrated brand of Glen. This decently priced chimney has the required suction capacity of 1050 m3/hr. Not just that, its auto-clean feature makes its maintenance easy and convenient.

This curved glass wall mounting chimney has a 1-year warranty and has a 60 cm width which makes it suitable for a 3 to 4 burner gas stove. With one-touch sensor controls, the built-in motor of the thinning causes minimal noise of 58 disables while functioning. Checkout buying guide, reviews and comparison of best egg boilers, best exhaust fan, best dishwashers, best thermos flask, best non electric water purifiers, best water purifiers in India.