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DeLonghi TA60SS / 60W

DeLonghi TA60SS / 60W

3.7 from 7 reviews




StewardGold coast

  • 4 reviews

No name brand

Date PurchasedJun 2018


p4r4m31c1umGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC

  • 19 reviews

Great for my needs, no more smelly kitchen

Date PurchasedJun 2017

Works extremely well


Works well, easy to use, retailers need to include carbon filters when selling, very hard to obtain including on the net. Easy to keep Stainless Steel clean, it does not cloud. The lot is set to automatic and just pull main frame out and the TA60 does the rest. The built in filters are easy to clean, either by gentle hand wash or as suggested in the dish washer.



Very poor quality product.


This one firstly looks nice and good, but be warned it is very very bad quality. The control panel fell down the all the plastics inside are rotten just after 2 years of use!!

This product should come with a warning in bold.


This machine is absolutely useless. It doesn't suck the air very well, with my smoke detector going off 9 times out of 10.
I went to turn it off the yesterday and it fell apart all over my cooking. The buttons section, where you control the lights and fan all crumbled, plastic and all. This was installed by a licensed electrician less than 2 years ago.
Range hood (fan) is still in place, but has a wire hanging, which was once controlled by the button.
Wouldn't waste my money on another one.
It has a light
Everything else



  • 11 reviews

Great item at an affordable price


Sturdy metal frame, easy detachable and washable filters, powerful 3 speed fan, does the job well.Easy grab flat front sliding rail Three speeds Suitable for re-circulating or fully ducted Dishwasher proof aluminium filters Air movement up to.. looks really stylish for a pull out because there is not brand name tag on the front so it's just plain stainless steel and it blends in well with the cupboards 4.5 stars for me
solid feel, value for money, dual fans, color of housing
switches are recessed and a little hard to adjust, internal lights reflect back at you through housing not pointing downwards enough



  • 14 reviews



Thsi rangehood looks really stylish for a pull out because there is not brand name tag on the front so it's just plain stainless steel and it blends in well with the cupboards
Easy to clean as the filters are dishwasher safe, not too loud
Nothing to mention so far

Questions & Answers



I have purchased a DeLonghi - DEFR60S - 60cm Slideout Rangehood and had it installed by a licensed electrician. He was unable to make the rangehood fan recycle. I have downloaded the instructions for this model and am unable to work out how to get it to work properly. Can anyone help?

1 answer
John B
John B

Check the slotted shield hidden behind the slide-out part, and if you can't see through the grill slots into the unit then remove the two screws holding that slotted shield in, turn it upside down, and replace the screws (you should now be able to see through the slots into the innards of the unit - this is where the recirculated air will come out). Make sure the circular vent outlet on the top of the main body of the unit is capped with the supplied metal/plastic circular plate (comes with screws), and make sure that a charcoal/carbon filter is fitted.



Do I require the Optional charcoal filter. Advantages/ disadvantages? How do u clean it?

2 answers

I'm not too sure. I wiped my down after each use, but the buttons disintegrated about the 2 year mark. I replaced it with another brand, which was more expensive, but much more powerful.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help.


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