Aside from the fact that there were important mounting pieces missing and the pictures online lead me to believe that it was a flat top, I do love the hood. The pitch on top isn't very severe nor is it overwhelming. I just wish all of the pieces to property mount it had been included and not such a hassle to acquire.
I bought the hood to replace a out of date black hood with rotary knobs. This one has a nice sleek style with 4 halogen bulbs you have to purchase extra. with bulbs on high it lights the whole kitchen. low is more than you need to light the stove top. Well worth the money,
Great looking range hood we bought to replace a 16 year old still working unit. The Broan QP130WW has clean cut lines & looks very stylish. Ours is vented to the outside. There are 2 speeds for the fan, which is quite quiet even on high speed, as well as having a very good suction. This unit has 4 lights, which must use halogen bulbs, which throw out quite a bit of heat, & the bulbs themselves get very hot. (We tried the corresponding LED, however, when on low beam, the lights blinked like strobe lights. On high it seemed fine & really nice & bright, & I was fine to use only the bright setting, but my husband was not. Broan advised they are working toward the use of LEDs.) A friend who is a certified electrician & my husband installed it. After purchasing our 3rd set of bulbs: halogen, LED & back to halogen, we now still have to take off the top sides & adjust the bulbs, as they are not flush. If not for the bulbs/lighting, I'd probably have given it a 5 star rating.
This hood draws well even when using a Wolf range with a grill. The hood is very loud at the highest setting, but a variable speed control allows you to set the draw at the lowest effective level. The two level lights illuminate the range top well. Simple clean design esthetic.
If you need further help or information please visit our Online Help Center