The only way is smart for Hoover Candy dishwashers 

Candy’s Brava dishwasher is Wi-Fi connected and can be controlled through the Candy Simply-Fi app

The Hoover Candy Group has reported that it will only manufacture smart, full-sized dishwashers.

The company has championed connectivity since the launch of its first connected suite of appliances in June 2015 and has continued to integrate the latest technology into its products.

Models can accommodate up to 16 place settings and offer a number of smart benefits, including downloadable programmes, voice activation and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and programme recommendations. Maintenance advice and alerts are also available through the Hoover Wizard or Candy Simply-Fi apps.

This is in addition to energy and water efficiencies.

Steve Macdonald, Business Director – Freestanding Division at Hoover Candy Group, said: “For a long time consumers have demanded products that can be tailored towards their individual lifestyle and smart appliances can offer this in abundance.

“Whilst laundry has led the way in appliance technology, there are a lot of elements making their way into other categories, such as the product recommending programmes that can wash crystal or sanitisation temperatures.

“From being able to obtain additional programmes or get maintenance advice to monitoring and controlling the dishwasher away from the kitchen, smart appliances can provide the flexibility that people are looking for to support their busy lives.”

Where space allows, smart, full-sized dishwashers range from 13 to 16 place settings and can save up to 50 per cent less water and 28 per cent less water than homes that don’t have a dishwasher (according to research by Finish). When compared to hand washing, dishwashers save time, energy, money and provide a better clean.