|Item Weight||70 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||34.1 x 24 x 10.1 inches|
|Item model number||QS330SS|
|Installation Method||Under Cabinet|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Broan QS330SS QS3 Series 30-Inch Range Hood, Stainless Steel
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- 300 CFM 120 Volts 3.0 Amps
- Three-level light settings; dual halogen design-bulbs not includes
- Ultra quiet .4 sones at normal speed extra powerful 430 CFM boost
- Easy-to-clean DuPont Teflon bottom pan fully enclosed design
- Four-way convertibility 3 1/4-Inch by 10-Inch horizontal and vertical or 7-Inch vertical and non-ducted
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It looks great in our kitchen; the stainless reflects the cabinet colors and it opens it up visually as opposed to the old white microwave.
But the real payoff is that when we are cooking spicy, high-heat fried or sauteed meat dishes, it clears the air of the acrid odors and grease that used to fill the whole house. We particularly like the 'delay' feature: touch a button when the fan is on, and it will continue until the air is cleared, then turn itself off automatically. This is especially welcome since at the lowest setting, it is virtually impossible to hear it running.
The lighting is helpful too since our kitchen lights are not very well focused for cooking.
Ours is vented and we are very happy with it. It is reasonably quiet and it sucks good.
5 stars if you are willing to pay the premium for a good VENTED hood.
1 star if you are looking for a good UNVENTED hood.
It is not cheap (I would give it 5 stars for the "vented" review if it were more reasonably priced).
I bought and installed this Broan QS330QS3 30" Range Hood. Let me put it this way... Broan can do much better than this!
1) The interior workmanship is shoddy and are are some sharp edges on the parts so wear glove when you install this.
2) The blower fan is off the the left side of the hood, leaving the right side under powered and not sucking up air. Most stoves has the larger brun on the right outter corner which happens to be the least powerful spot of the hood. In fact the manual also tell you that the right side is weak and vent less air than the right. So....Why in the world they don't place the blower fan in the middle? Or better have two blow fans???
3) It is not designed well enough to vent to the back side of the hood. The damper/duct connect extended 4" into the duct and guess what... when the damper opens, it will blocked 70% of the duct that supposed to carry air to the outside! See what effect it has below in item #4.
4) The cabin of the hood is NOT air tight so even if you have duct to vent air to the outside, some of the air will seep back into the house through the light socket, the hole on the top vent holes (yes, even when you follow the instruction to close the top ductless vent), and just about any small gap around the unit. Difinitely not airlight.
I would say the unit is a little pricey for what it's worth. I think the engineering of this hood can be much better if it was designed with input from an actual cook! I think it was designed by a signle guy in his mid 20's who never spent a day of his life in the kitchen :(.
Now that the buzzing stopped I tried out the hood. That's when I noted that even though I set it up for outside venting, some air was still coming out the interior discharge vents. The blockoff plates they supply don't seal as well as they should, but a judicious application of duct tape fixed most of the problem.
Other than that the hood seems OK. These issues would certainly be acceptable on a $60 hood... but THIS thing was almost $400! WAAAAAAYYYYY overpriced for how it is built.
1. It has some kind of sensor (heat? steam?) that automatically turns it on, at its special super-high and thus super-noisy speed, when you do something like boil pasta. Not immediately, but only after your pot has been boiling a bit, about the time the pasta is done and you're getting ready to sit down to dinner. Once it goes on this way, it cannot be turned off--there is no switch to turn it off. We couldn't believe this, assumed there must be a switch we couldn't find that was too obvious to mention in the manual, which didn't mention any, and so we finally called the local dealer for help. He confirmed there was no way to turn off this super loud fan once it turned on. That meant that every time we made pasta, we had to eat dinner to the accompaniment of a jet engine sound at our kitchen table. I finally installed my own switch in the electric line that feeds the hood, which is obviously hard wired and does not normally have a switch. Not something you would expect to have to do.
2. After about a year or so, we had to replace the light bulbs. That's perfectly reasonable.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works as expected. Much more exhaust fan power than old hood. I like the lowest, very quiet, setting to use while cooking. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by bird2day
I liked the range hood performance but was disappointed that the stainless steel was not protected by a peel off plastic wrap. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
The Brian QS3 is performing as advertised so far only had it installed a week ago pleased so farPublished 2 months ago by robert
The Broan Range Hood has been a great asset to our kitchen. The best part of the unit is the 3 way lighting. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Vincent S.
Top of the line works great. A bit hard to install with vented. Bulbs not include!Published 4 months ago by Larry G Smith
I replaced an old Broan range hood with this one, I had no idea the squirrel cage fan was only on one side or I probably would not have bought it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Willa
wonderful love it a lot!!! i like everything about it and the design is really outstanding... when working at the range the hood is not in the way as i am tall!Published 11 months ago by Alan C