12 October 2011

What's Under the Hood?

It's a techie type of day here at KBCULTURE. Pairing an efficient direct-current motor with a computer component makes the Verona range hood both quiet and powerful. Dubbed the DCBL [say the letters out loud—you'll understand*] system, the DC power source produces less than a quarter of the noise that an AC motor [typically found in hoods] emits. The LED lights can be set to hold one color or to cycle through a three-shade spectrum, illuminating the edge of the glass canopy. [* decibel] zephyronline.com

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