New CDA touch-free extractors can be controlled by gesture

KitchensProducts Fri 15th Jan 2021 by Emma Hedges

New CDA touch-free extractors can be controlled by gesture

New CDA touch-free extractors can be controlled by gesture



The latest EXG60 and EXG90 extractors from CDA can be controlled by the wave of a hand.

The extractor features an angled black glass design, and is available in 60cm and 90cm sizes. It can be operated using the touch controls or by gesture, meaning there is no need to touch the appliance so that viruses and bacteria cannot be passed on. Gesture control also makes the extractor accessible to anyone who finds reaching controls difficult, although the extractor also has touch controls. 

“This extractor combines style with outstanding performance and practical features,” said consumer marketing manager Carrie Bell. “Gesture control means there is no need to touch the extractor if you have greasy or floury hands, as well as the obvious hygiene benefits that we have all become so familiar with over the last year. We will be encouraging working showroom displays – seeing is believing.”

Features include an extraction rate of 619m3/h at normal setting, boost setting to clear the air after dinner, four speeds, clear LCD display, easy-to-remove washable grease filters, and a delay time setting.

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