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Hotpoint First Edition HTV10P Built-In Hood - White

The Hotpoint HTV10P conventional integrated cooker hood in a crisp white finish incorporates 3 extraction speeds for all levels of cooking fumes, controlled by a simple slider switch and 1 halogen bulb. Read More

Key Features
W (cm): 60.0
Energy efficiency class: D
Type: Visor
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Product Experience

Hotpoint HTV10B reviews verified by Reevoo

Performance
8.3
Range of settings
8.2
Quietness
7.2
Value for money
8.6
Overall rating
8.3
Scores 8.3 out of 10 based on 444 reviews
6 out of 10

Fiona

Clacton on Sea GB
+
Dont have much to say as only in fora few weeks. So far it does what it says ok
Well once I have used it for a time will find out if there is anything I dont like
Confirmed purchase: 02 March 2015
Published on: 30 March 2015
10 out of 10

RICHARDSON

Suffolk GB
+
Really good nice and neat and quitt
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 25 February 2015
Published on: 25 March 2015
10 out of 10

Andrew

Berwick upon Tweed Northumberland GB
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Very Quiet in Operation compared to my last units. Looks good and fits in with my other appliances.
No Bad Points
Confirmed purchase: 24 February 2015
Published on: 24 March 2015
W (cm) : 60.0
H (cm) : 13.0
D (cm) : 51.0
Structure
Type of Lights : Halogen
Noise Level (dB) : 0.0
Performance
Output (m³/h) : 190.0
The Hotpoint HTV10P conventional integrated cooker hood in a crisp white finish incorporates 3 extraction speeds for all levels of cooking fumes, controlled by a simple slider switch and 1 halogen bulb.

Here's a list of the questions other shoppers have asked owners of the Hotpoint HTV10B

  1. Stan asked on
    Hi I have just brought my extractor hood and to open my filter the visor is closed and I can't seem to open the viper to check the filter
    1. David replied on
      at the front of the visor look underneath, at each side there is a slide catch, move them towards each other,
      the left one to the right and the right on to the left, and the front of the filter cover will drop down enabling filter changes to be made.
  2. Penny asked on
    What is the length of the power lead, do you have to put a plug on it or is it to be hard wired, do you just flick a switch for internal venting (with no extra expense for other parts to get it to work) so we can avoid ducting to an outside wall?
    1. HOWELLS replied on
      The lead is quite short.Approximately 18 inches.
      Therefore you should run power to it.Plug already attached.No need to hardwire.Not necessary to have ducting to an outside wall.
      Very easy to change filters.
      Good product and looks nice

  3. nisha asked on
    hi i want to fit this under the unit so how air will go out
    1. Anne replied on
      Your cooker hood should fit safely under a low unit, however you will need to have it vented to the outside, you may have to call in someone to install it for you if there is no outside vent.
  4. Steve asked on
    Hi Everyone, can I fit this under a kitchen cuboard and if I use the internal venting how does the air blow out? Thank you.
    Regards Steve.
    1. rod replied on
      It can fit under a cupboard,u then use a charcoal filter and the air can come out the back
  5. A shopper asked on
    can this Cooker Hood fix to the wall?
    I do not have a cupboard above my Hob for it to fix into.

    Marion
    1. Paul replied on
      Yes it can.
  6. A shopper asked on
    How do you stop re-circulation, so that only extractor works?
    The instructions are not clear but it seems that removal of the carbon filter prevents re-circulation
    but it is still blowing in to the room?
    1. Leslie replied on
      Hi If you look at page 4 of the instructions on the right hand side of picture 6 it shows a 'lever' which can be moved to prevent recirculation mine was a bit stiff to move .Hope this helps
  7. Haydn asked on
    Can this item be fitted from above? It is required for a caravan and one side would be free standing.
    1. Peter replied on
      I imagine so, but depending on what precisely you mean by "fitted from above" it might be awkward. It's secured by two screws into the wall behind it, approached from below. You might have to fit a batten to take the screws as I imagine the caravan wall itself would be too flimsy.
      If you need more information please let me know.
  8. paul asked on
    Hello dose the outlet on top fit on the back and work the same way?
    1. johnathan replied on
      Yes the outlet can be fitted on the back of the unit, this is how I fitted it for my customer.