The Everhot 150i


Extremely Versatile - Large cast-iron hotplate, three ovens and a plate-warming oven, and a three-zone induction hob, all independently controlled (plate warming oven heated by the simmering oven below it).

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

Electric consumption: 85-100kWh per week.

Burgundy Everhot 150i Cooker

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

Warming Oven (Top right)


W: 395mm
H: 140mm
D: 500mm

The warming oven doesn't have its own element; it's heated by the simmering oven below (so if that's off the warming oven will also be off).
It gets to a plate-warming / meat resting temperature and isn't for cooking.

One-Piece or Two?

Originally the Everhot 150i was only available as a two-piece model (and the Everhot 150 Plus is ONLY available as a two-piece model [it's too heavy to be one-piece]).

However the Everhot 150i is now available as a one-piece model (which has become more popular and is now the 'standard' version).

Both are exactly the same in size, specification, requirements and performance.

(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.)

Why The Two Versions?

It's really down to access and being able to get the one-piece version in to position.

As you can imagine, a cooker 1500mm wide needing a doorway 730mm wide and weighing nearly half a ton can be tricky to get in to some kitchens (particularly where tight turns or stairs are involved!)

So for situations where it wouldn't be practical or safe (or even possible) for the one-piece model, the same cooker is available as a two-piece; two smaller sections are much easier to manoeuvre in to the kitchen.

(The two-piece model uses one 900mm section and another 600mm wide that sit next to each other. The electrical links are hidden at the back. The handrail is in two sections too - one for each part.)

One-Piece Everhot 150i

One-piece model:
- One long handrail.
- No joint to the right of the control panel door.
- No joint to the right of the stainless-steel top plate trivet.

One-Piece Tangerine Everhot 150

One-Piece Marine Blue Everhot 150

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Two-Piece Everhot 150i

Everhot 150i Electric Range Cooker

- Two sections: 890mm to the left, 598mm to the right.
- Separate handrails for each side.
- Stainless-steel coloured jointing strip for the top and colour-matched jointing strip for the front.

Two-Piece Black Everhot 150

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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 0.2m from its left or 0.3m from its right side.

Why two single sockets?

Everhot Electrical Supply - two single socket outlets needed

Socket Position

(One-piece model)

Everhot 150i (one-piece model) - Electrical Socket position

Socket Position

(Two-piece model)

Everhot 150i (Two-piece model) - Electrical Socket position


(The 150 and 150i share the same dimensions.)

Everhot 150 - dimensioned drawing

Everhot Side Elevation - dimensioned drawing


The Everhot 150i weighs approximately 500kg.


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