Candy That Talks To You?
No, we are not talking about a talking chocolate bar or a futuristic housekeeper by the name of Candy! We are talking about Candy Appliances. A range of Italian designed home appliances that connect with you via Wifi.
We are super excited to announce that Cape Demo will soon stock Candy appliances, starting with their washing machines. Watch this video and we promise you that this washing machine will make you go “I want, I want, I want!”.
Candy Appliances are the first range of domestic appliances that communicate with you, wherever you may be.
Candy Appliances has told a successful story, right from the very first washing machine up to the connected Wi-Fi appliances in 2018.
Back in 1945, the Eden Fumagalli Mechanical Workshop in Monza (a city 15 km north-northeast of Milan), manufacturers of precision machine instruments, designed the Model 50, the first all-Italian washing machine, which was launched officially at the Milan Trade Fair in 1946. In that same year, the Candy company was established.
The adventure into household appliances began when Enzo, one of the three Fumagalli brothers, mailed from the United States, where he was a prisoner of war, rough drawings of a washing machine. His brother
In 1950, Candy moved into a new factory in Monza and launched the Bi-Matic, the first Italian semi-automatic washing machine. It was a great success, which opened the international markets: Candy was the first Italian appliance company to go abroad.
In the Sixties, the Automatic washing machine was launched: the first fully automatic one, designed and made in Italy. It had dampers, a thermostat, 550 rpm spin speed, and 10 programs.
In 1961, Candy moved to Brugherio, midway between Monza and Milano, where the new HQs (Headquarters) and a large industrial site were completed, including the R&D (Research and Development) labs.
The Genoa University, in 1968, awarded Niso Fumagalli the honoris causa degree in engineering, acknowledging his pivotal innovations in the washing machine and the many patents he held. The year before, Enzo Fumagalli died, yet Candy continued to grow under the guidance of his brothers Peppino and Niso. The latter died in 1990.
Peppino Fumagalli was awarded the Cavaliere del Lavoro (Knight of Labour)
On March 9, 2015, Peppino Fumagalli died. Now his son Beppe is the CEO of the Company.
Candy is now an international brand and offers a full range of large
Over the years, Candy’s mission has not changed, always meeting the needs of consumers with innovative but easy to use and affordable products. The group keeps on improving and transferring technology in easy to use systems, designed to improve the quality of life. The center of innovation, research
Today, in the digital age, Candy opens the door to a new way of living appliances, to interact and communicate in a direct, simple and intuitive way. Group research and development paved the way for Candy’s first full range of appliances connected via Wi-Fi, which can communicate with users remotely, no matter where you are, making their lives easier.
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