The Everhot 120i

With a Three-Zone Induction Hob.


Extremely Versatile - Large cast-iron hotplate, three ovens, and a three-zone induction hob, all independently controlled.

Approximately 700W heat output to the room (when at 'normal' cooking temperature).

Electric consumption: approximately 85-100kWh per week.

Cream Everhot 120i (two-piece) Cooker featuring Super Sid, Senior rodent control operative

Oven and Hot-plate Temperatures and Dimensions

Large Cast-Iron Hot Plate:

Large hot-plate on the left (400mm wide x 355mm deep) and split 60/40 in to two zones - to the left is the 'hot-plate' which has the heating element beneath and to its right is an area at about 70-75% of the heat of the larger left side.

Left side:

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

Right side:

175mm wide x 355mm deep
Heated to about 70-75% of the setting of the left side.

Three-Zone Induction Hob:

A high quality three 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 three-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 (Left) Oven


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

Maximum temperature

(Measured at top): 200 C
Heat-up to 180C: 75-100min

Simmering Oven (Bottom right)


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

Maximum temperature

(Measured at top): 120 C
Heat-up to 110C: 60-75min

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 120i - Electrical Socket position

One-Piece or Two-Piece Options

Although the Everhot 120i is heavy the one-piece version has become the standard model (most people prefer the look) and is the one you'll see in the brochure and most media.

However its size and weight (1200mm long and needs a 730mm wide door to fit through, weighs approx. 450kg) it can be a little awkward (to say the least!) to get in.

Photo Below - One-Piece 120i

Everhot 120 - One Piece Cooker


When the one-piece isn't practical the two-piece model is available (note the central brackets in the hand-rail on the front - it uses the shells of two 60 models next to each other with the door hinging arranged to make a symetrical design).

Photo Below - Two-Piece 120i

Everhot 120 - Two Piece Cooker

There is a stainless steel joint-covering strip on the top and a colour-matched strip on the front to cover the small gap (2-3mm) between the two sections of the two-piece models.

Both versions have exactly the same dimensions, specifications, requirements and oven / hotplate / induction hob configuration. (Cables link between the sections on the back.)

(If you fit the deeper 100mm rear infill please bear in mind you'll need two [one for each section] and a longer top-plate jointing strip.)


(The 120 Plus and 120i, one-piece and two-piece all share the same dimensions.)

Everhot 120 - dimensioned drawing

Everhot Side Elevation - dimensioned drawing


The Everhot 120i weighs approximately 450kg.


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