Everhot has launched a new Tangerine electric range cooker which, it says, is ‘set to add some serious zing to kitchens nationwide’.
The company clams the vibrantly coloured hand-built cooker is part of the most energy efficient heat storage range on the market – using less than half the energy of other comparable range cookers.
Everhot cookers gently warm a kitchen using electricity, making them quick to switch on or off, easier to install and suited to running off solar or other forms of renewable energy.There is also the option of having an induction hob alongside a traditional hot plate, as well as a grill.
The Everhot range was built more than 35 years ago at Coaley Mill in Gloucestershire. The aim was to develop an efficient heat storage range which would make use of the water turbine installed by the owner Ossie Goring. While Ossie still lives at the mill, his son Guy now runs the business. Everhot’s passion for conserving energy has led to the whole company being carbon negative.
The cookers, which are built to last a lifetime, are available in 11 other colours: Black, Graphite, White, Cream, Green, Sage, Blue, Burgundy, Aubergine, Teal and new Dove Grey.
Everhot 100 Tangerine retails from £7,100