The EVERHOT is a heat storage range cooker that will provide gentle heat into your kitchen.
Built to last a lifetime, the EVERHOT is incredibly solid, but its weight (400kg) means that the kitchen floor should not need reinforcing, and if you move, you can take it with you.
Because it runs on electricity, the EVERHOT needs no flue. Again, this makes installation easy, and also reduces energy consumption.
With its unique, energy saving design, the EVERHOT has extremely low electricity requirements, so you can simply plug it into a 13amp socket just like an electric kettle. Many owners have praised its ‘miserly consumption’.
Each oven and heating surface can be independently adjusted to the temperature you require. If a particular cooking area is not needed for long periods, you can switch it off or turn it down without affecting the other areas. And on hot summer days, you don’t have to roast in the kitchen.
You’ll have a full-width radiant grill, which can also be used to rapidly boost oven temperature. Other comparable ranges just don’t provide grills.
With a little care and affection, the EVERHOT will perform trouble-free year after year, with no annual servicing requirement (unlike other ranges).
Each and every EVERHOT is manufactured in Gloucestershire, using 95% UK components. Using sustainable water energy from the 13th Century water mill was the catalyst for the initial invention of the EVERHOT cooker. Today, the state of the art turbine produces up to 25kw of sustainable energy. Additionally, due to the EVERHOT being so energy efficient in it’s running consumption it maintains its status as being a more environmentally friendly choice of cooker. You should consider your EVERHOT to be a lifetime purchase and indeed it will give many decades of use, but if you or a succeeding owner decide that you want to dispose of it we will remove it from your property free of charge and recycle it. You can read more on our Environmental Policy here.
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