Galanz Canada, one of the members of Galanz Group which is a leading home appliance manufacturer, recently introduced its line of multifunctional cooking appliances, including the SpeedWave and ToastWave, to homes across Canada. Galanz has launched SpeedWave, which features 3-in-1 functionality with a Microwave + Convection Oven + Air Fryer, and ToastWave, which offers ultimate cooking versatility, featuring 4-in-1 capabilities with a Convection Oven + Air Fryer + Toaster Oven + Microwave.
The versatile devices are designed for a range of cooking options in one seamless appliance.
The Galanz SpeedWave 3-in-1 is designed to make the cooking process easier for users. Functions of the SpeedWave include AutoBake, AutoRoast, Microwave, Convection, Sensor Cook and Reheat, and more. The speedway also includes an inverter that ensures consistent, steady heating for even cooking and a humidity sensor that measures the moisture of any food being prepared. Unlike many other products on the market, the SpeedWave also offers TotalFry 360 Air Fry technology, providing 360° surface area coverage which yields completely even cooking.
Galanz ToastWave 4-in-1 Microwave + Toaster Oven + Convection Oven + Air Fryer is also equipped with TotalFry 360 technology, users can prepare food without the need for oil, and the convection technology delivers even heating for fast, delicious results. This countertop appliance features touch controls and a time/temperature knob for effortless operation. With its built-in humidity sensor, ToastWave ensures food remains crispy without being over or undercooked.
The SpeedWave, with a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $349.00, is available at Best Buy, London Drugs, Lowe’s, Rona, Home Depot, and Hudson’s Bay, with more major retailers to come. The ToastWave, with an MRP of $499.00, will be available at Best Buy, London Drugs, Lowe’s, Rona, Home Depot, Hudson’s Bay, The Brick, and more, online and in-store soon.
The Canadian kitchen appliances market is growing due to the housing market growth trend in the country, as newer housing units support the need for the new kitchen and laundry appliances. However, finding a place on the property ladder is becoming a distant dream for many consumers in the country, and rising house prices and mortgage rates are presenting barriers to the growth of these appliances.
Consumers are also observing a very significant unit price rises on major appliances, due to the tariffs imposed by the Canadian government on imported goods from the United States. Retailers are reporting only single-digit price increases, as price-conscious Canadians are postponing kitchen renovations.