Statement pursuant to S. 5 TMG (German Telemedia Act)

Maico Elektroapparate-Fabrik GmbH
SteinbeisstraƟe 20
78056 Villingen-Schwenningen

Tel. for general office: +49 (0) 77 20 / 6 94 - 0
Fax for general office: +49 (0) 77 20 / 6 94 - 26 3
E-mail: info(at)

Freiburg registration court, register no. HRB 601233

Managing Director:
Dipl.-Volkswirt Gerhard C. C. Warnke

VAT ID: DE142995250

The valid General Terms and Conditions can be found on the individual websites of the brands.
Here you can access information about our data protection.



The content of the websites of MAICO Elektroapparate-Fabrik GmbH  (hereinafter referred to as MAICO) are protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. The reproduction, translation or use of content such as texts, images, graphics and animations in electronic systems, even in extract form, without the written approval of MAICO contravenes copyright protection and is therefore liable to prosecution.
If registered trademarks, trade names or common names are used, even if they are not indicated as such, the corresponding protection rules apply.



All content is checked with care and updated on an ongoing basis. We cannot however guarantee that the content is complete, correct and fully up-to-date. MAICO cannot therefore be made liable for damages associated with use of this content. If access is provided to other information through links to other servers, MAICO states that the content on these servers is not checked in this respect and that there are no grounds for liability.


Information about all links on this homepage:

Through its ruling on 12 May 1998 - 312 O 85/98 - "Liability for links" the Hamburg district court determined that anyone providing a link to another homepage takes on shared responsibility for the content of this website. According to the district court, this can only be prevented by expressly distancing oneself from the content stored on this website.
We therefore hereby distance ourselves from all content on all third-party websites to which we provide links.


Online dispute resolution

The European Commission provides a platform at for online dispute resolution, which consumers can use to resolve disputes and which contains additional information on dispute settlement.


Out-of-court dispute resolution

In the event of dispute with a consumer, we are neither obliged nor willing to submit to dispute settlement proceedings before a consumer arbitration board.


Development, concept and design

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