'Plus' or 'Induction'
All Everhots have a large main cast-iron hotplate on the left; however there's a choice for the hob on the right.
The 90, 100 and 110 models come in two variations:
The Plus models give out a little more heat, and use a tiny bit more power (100W or so) due to the constantly-on nature of the second hot-plate.
Note the slight difference in model - one has an 'i' and the other doesn't!
The Everhot 120 is effectively two 60 models side by side, giving double the cooking space (two large cast-iron hotplates), double the features and double the heat-output of a single 60 or 90. (Which is actually about the same as a two or three oven AGA.)
The Everhot 150 is a 90 on the left (without the additional cast iron or induction hob) and a 60 on the right.
It too has a higher heat-output to the room but adds on-board controls (the 120 has two external control boxes which need to be accommodated in your kitchen design).
The 120i has its controls on-board (behind the top right hand door), a lower simmering oven (bottom right) and a three-zone induction hob to the right.
It can be classed as a 'normal' heat-output Everhot, about the same as the 110i and 150i, and less than the non-induction 120 and 150.
The 150i also has its controls on-board (behind the smaller middle door), a lower simmering oven (bottom right) and a three-zone induction hob to the right. It also has a fourth half-height plate warming space behind the top-right door.
It too can be classed as a 'normal' heat-output Everhot, similar to the 110i and 120i, and less than the non-induction 120 and 150.
This has a large single hotplate to the left and a large single simmer plate to the right.
They're both the same size (unlike the smaller simmer-plates on the 90 Plus and 100 Plus).