The Everhot 100i


Large two-zone cast-iron hot-plate

Two-zone induction hob, controlled separately to the main hot-plate.

Two full size ovens with a powerful grill in the top oven.

Plate warming oven.

Approximately 600W heat output to the room (when at 'full' cooking temperature).

Electric consumption: 85-100kWh per week.
(£10.00-£13.00 at 13p/kWh)

Sage Everhot 100 Cooker

Oven and Hot-plate Temperatures and Dimensions

Large Cast-Iron Hot Plate:

Overall the hot-plate is 400mm wide x 355mm deep and split in to two zones - to the left is the 'hot-plate' and right is 'simmer plate'.

You can set both sides to the same temperature, or to be different however if the hot-plate side is set to 300-320 degrees then the simmer side will pick up some heat and be at a good simmering temperature even if it is turned off.

Boiling Plate:

Left side:
225mm wide x 355mm deep
Maximum: 350 degrees C
Heat-up time to 300C: 20-40mins

Simmering Plate:

Right side:
175mm wide x 355mm deep
Maximum: 350 degrees C
Heat-up time to 300C: 20-40mins

Two-Zone Induction Hob:

The most efficient way to hob-cook (90% plus) - a high quality two zone induction hob.
It can be used separately to the rest of your Everhot, either as extra capacity when you're busy, or as a low-energy (and low heat-output) alternative to the cast-iron hotplate in warmer weather

Everhot two-zone induction hob

Top Oven


W: 395mm
H: 290mm
D: 490mm

Maximum temperature

(Measured at top): 250 C
Heat-up to 200C: 120-150min


Full area 2.5kW grill with 30min countdown timer

Bottom Oven


W: 395mm
H: 290mm
D: 470mm

Maximum temperature

(Measured at top): 180 C
Heat-up to 120C: 60-90min

Warming Oven (Bottom right)


W: 290mm
H: 290mm
D: 550mm


The warming oven isn't directly heated - it gets its warmth from being next to the bottom oven.
It is just a warming / steak resting / bread proving temperature, non-controllable and not for cooking.


(The 100 Plus and 100i share the same dimensions.)

Everhot 100i - dimensioned drawing

Power Requirement

All that's required are two 13amp power sockets (these must be two single sockets, NOT a double) to the side of the cooker (NOT BEHIND IT!) - there are two cables exiting the back of the cooker (1.3m long), with plug-tops to go to the sockets which must be no more than 0.6m from its right side or 0.3m from its left side.

Why two single sockets?

Everhot Electrical Supply - two single socket outlets needed

Socket Position

Everhot 100i - Electrical Socket position


The Everhot 100i has its main (heat-storage part) controls behind the top-right door, the touch-controls for the induction hob are on the hob itself.


The Everhot 100i weighs approximately 350kg.


Available in all colours - see colours page for more information).