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Grundig PS 4110 Digital Body Weight Scale User Manual

Grundig PS 4110 Digital Body Weight Scale FEATURE

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Grundig PS 4110 Digital Body Weight Scale

Grundig PS 4110 Digital Body Weight Scale PRODUCT

About Grundig

Grundig is a well-known German consumer electronics and home appliance company with a long history dating back to its founding in 1945. The company has been involved in various aspects of the electronics industry, including manufacturing radios, televisions, and home appliances. Grundig has gone through several ownership changes and reorganizations over the years, which have influenced its product offerings and market presence.


Please read this instruction manual thoroughly before using this appliance! Follow all safety instructions to avoid damage due to improper use!

Keep the instruction manual for future reference. Should this appliance be given to a third party, then this instruction manual must also be handed over.

  • The appliance is designed for domestic use only. Do not use the appliance for anything other than its intended use, which is the measurement of body weight.
  • Do not use the appliance on a carpet or rug.
  • Always use the appliance on an even, hard floor. This ensures constant measurements.
  • Do not use the appliance with wet feet or when the bamboo surface is damp.
  • Always make sure that the appliance does not tip over, as there is a risk of injury.
  • Never use the appliance outdoors.
  • Do not continue to use the appliance if a malfunction occurs.
  • Do not continue to use the appliance, if it is dropped or if there are any cracks or chips on the surface.
  • Do not place any objects on the surface.
  • Never jump on or off the appliance.
  • If the appliance is being used in the bathroom, it should never come into contact with water.Grundig PS 4110 Digital Body Weight Scale-fig 1
  • Do not immerse the appliance in water or other liquids; do not hold it under running water.
  • Do not expose the appliance to direct sunlight, high temperatures, or constantly high humidity.
  • Keep the appliance away from children.
  • This appliance can be used by children aged 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be done by children without supervision.
  • Never use the appliance if it is visibly damaged.
  • Our GRUNDIG Household Appliances meet applicable safety standards, thus if the appliance is damaged, it must be repaired or replaced by the dealer, a service center, or a similarly qualified and authorized person to avoid any dangers. Faulty or unqualified repair work may cause danger and risks for the user.
  • Do not dismantle the appliance under any circumstances. No warranty claims are accepted for damages caused by improper handling.
  • To clean the appliance, please see details in the “Cleaning and Care” section. Dry the appliance after cleaning it.
  • Never operate or place this appliance on or near hot surfaces such as a gas burner, electric burner, or heated oven.
  • Never use the appliance in or near the places where combustible or inflammable materials exist.
  • Do not overload this appliance.
  • If this appliance functions improperly, try to reset it by removing the batteries for a short time or replacing them.
  • Only use high-quality batteries. Low-quality batteries could leak and result in damage to the appliance.
  • Extreme conditions like hot and highly humid environments or improper use of this appliance may cause the batteries to leak which may cause personal injury. If the batteries leak, remove them with a cloth and dispose of them according to the applicable laws. Prevent battery acid from coming into contact with skin and eyes. If battery acid comes into contact with your eyes, flush your eyes thoroughly with plenty of water and consult a physician immediately. If battery acid comes into contact with your skin, wash the affected area with plenty of water and soap.
  • Batteries are very dangerous if swallowed. Please keep the batteries and this appliance away from children at all times. If a battery is swallowed, seek medical attention immediately.
  • The batteries should never be recharged or reactivated in any way, nor should they be thrown into a fire. Never allow the batteries to come in contact with water.
  • If you do not plan to use the appliance for a long period, then remove the batteries. The appliance can get damaged if it leaks.
  • If your scale does not function properly, replace all batteries.
  • Batteries should not be disposed of together with household waste! Please dispose of expired batteries in an environmentally friendly way and according to the applicable legal regulations.
  • Never use old and new batteries or batteries of differing brands simultaneously.
  • Before disposing of the appliance, remove the batteries.
  • When inserting batteries pay attention to the polarity as indicated inside the battery compartment. Do not short-circuit the batteries.
  •  The scale switches off automatically after 10 seconds once the measurement is complete.
  • When the voltage of the battery is down, the “Lo” low battery warning will appear on the display. Replace the batteries with the new ones.


  • The PS 4110 is a product for your well-being. It is not a medical product. No medical recommendations can be made based on its use or the results displayed.
  • Your product is designed with complex algorithms. Due to these algorithms, if an external electromagnetic disturbance happens near your device, it may affect your readings. In such cases, first, remove the electromagnetic disturbance reason and repeat your measurement. Under extreme electromagnetic disturbance, your device will protect itself and enter into protection mode. To turn back to normal running mode, remove and replace the battery of the product after removing the disturbance.


Dear Customer,

Congratulations on the purchase of your new GRUNDIG Digital Body Weight Scales PS 4110. Please read the following user notes carefully to ensure you can enjoy your quality product from GRUNDIG for many years to come.

A­ responsible ­approach!Grundig PS 4110 Digital Body Weight Scale-fig 2

GRUNDIG focuses on contractually agreed social working conditions with fair wages for both internal employees and suppliers, as well as on the efficient use of raw materials with continual waste reduction of several tonnes of plastic each year – and availability of at least 5 years for all accessories.

  • For a future worth living.
  • For a good reason. Grundig.

Controls ­and­ parts­

See the figure on page 3.

Grundig PS 4110 Digital Body Weight Scale-fig 6

On ­the ­top

  • A Bamboo wood surface
  • B LCD (Liquid crystal display)

On the bottom

  • C Sensors with anti-slip stands
  • D Switch for changing between Metric and Imperial measurements (kg/lb/st)
  • E Battery compartment lid.




This appliance runs on four 1.5V batteries (AAA/ UM4/R03). Always replace all of the batteries at the same time.

  1. Open the battery compartment lid E on the bottom of the appliance by pressing and pushing down on the arrow and removing the battery compartment lid.
  2. If necessary, remove the expired batteries first and dispose of them in an environmentally friendly way. Place four new 1.5V batteries (AAA/UM4/R03) into the battery compartment. Pay attention to the correct polarity as indicated in the battery compartment.
  3. Close the lid of the battery compartment. Make sure that it clicks into place.


  • Do not expose the batteries to extreme heat, caused for example by direct sunlight, heaters, or fire.
  • If the battery is running low, the warning »Lo« appears on LCD B . Insert four new batteries immediately.
  • Remove the batteries if they are flat or when you plan not to use the appliance for a long period. The manufacturer accepts no liability for damages caused by leaking batteries.

Environmental­ note

  • Batteries, including those that do not contain heavy metal, should not be disposed of with domestic waste. Please dispose of old batteries according to the legal regulations that apply in your area.

Determining­ the­ unit­ of­ weight

This appliance can display the weight in Imperial (lb: pound, st: stone) and Metric (kg: kilogram) units.

  1. Set the desired unit of weight by continuously pressing the button for changing between Metric and Imperial units D.
  1. Place the scales on a smooth flat surface.
  2. Step carefully onto surface A of the scales and stand still for your weight measurement
    • Step onto the appliance gently with only the left foot or the right foot, placing it on the section of the surface. Make sure that your foot remains at least 2 cm away from the edge. Then place your other foot on and position it in the same way on the other side of the surface.
    • Position your body weight in the middle of the appliance.
    • Your scales include a comfortable auto-on function. It turns on automatically when you step on it and the measured body weight appears on the display within 2-3 seconds only.
  3. Your body weight will be flashing on the LCD B.
    • – Wait until the indication of your weight stops flashing.Grundig PS 4110 Digital Body Weight Scale-fig 3
  4. ­After about 10 seconds the scales switch off automatically.


  • The appliance has a self-calibration facility. After every energizing, it performs self-calibration which may cause you to measure your weight inaccurately at your first 2 measurements.
  • If the batteries are low on charge, ”LO” appears on LCD B . Replace the batteries with the new ones.Grundig PS 4110 Digital Body Weight Scale-fig 4
  • The maximum load of the scales is 180 kg. If this is exceeded, “Err” appears on LCD B . Step down from the scales immediately.Grundig PS 4110 Digital Body Weight Scale-fig 5
  • If the LCD shows a malfunction, reset the scale. Remove the batteries, wait for 10 seconds, and then insert them again.
  • The scales are equipped with an automatic off function to preserve the battery. It switches off automatically after 10 seconds once the measurement is complete.


Cleaning­ and­ care


Make sure to follow the safety instructions carefully during cleaning.

  1. ­Wait until the appliance turns off automatically.
  2. Use a damp soft cloth to clean the exterior of the appliance.


  • Never use cleaning agents, alcohol, acetone, petrol, solvents abrasive cleaners, metal objects, metal polish, or hard brushes to clean the appliance.
  • Never put the appliance in water or any other liquid.


  • Dry all parts carefully with a soft towel after cleaning the appliance.


  • If you do not plan to use the appliance for a long period, please store it carefully. Make sure that the appliance is completely dry.
  • Store the appliance in a cool and dry place, which is protected from moisture and direct sunlight.
  • Make sure the appliance is kept out of the reach of children.
  • Remove the batteries from the battery compartment when you will not be using the appliance for a long period.

Compliance­ with­ the­ WEEEDirective­ and­ Disposing­ ofthe­Waste­Product:­

This product complies with the EU WEEE Directive (2012/19/EU). This product bears a classification symbol for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).

This product has been manufactured with high-quality parts and materials that can be reused and are suitable for recycling. Do not dispose of the waste product with normal domestic and other wastes at the end of its service life. Take it to the collection center for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. Please consult your local authorities to learn about these collection centers.

Compliance­ with­ RoHS ­Directive

The product you have purchased complies with the EU RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU). It does not contain harmful and prohibited materials specified in the Directive.

Package­ information

The packaging materials of the product are manufactured from recyclable materials by our National Environment Regulations. Do not dispose of the packaging materials together with the domestic or other wastes. Take them to the packaging material collection points designated by the local authorities.

Technical­ data

  • Power­ supply:­4 x 1.5 V batteries (AAA/UM4/R03)
  • Maximum ­weight ­load­:­180 kg / 396 lb / 28 st
  • Minimum­weight ­load­:­6.0 kg / 13 lb / 1 st
  • Graduation:­d = 100 g
  • Ambient ­temperature:­20ºC ±15 ºC

Technical and design modifications reserved.

FAQS About Grundig PS 4110 Digital Body Weight Scale

Which scale accurately measures body weight?

Scales for analyzers

Digital body weight scales: are they more precise?

The same errors can occur on a digital bathroom scale as on an analog one.

Can a digital scale display an incorrect weight?

The measurements obtained from a digital scale that is overloaded might be inaccurate.

How durable are digital scales?

five to ten years

Are digital scales calibrated before use?

To achieve the precise measurements you require, calibrating a digital scale is a necessary step.

Can digital scales be affected by temperature?

One factor that can alter a load cell enough to provide false readings is temperature.

Why do scales produce a range of readings?

It’s not being calibrated properly by you.

What does a weighing scale’s precision mean?

The degree to which the average value of an object’s displayed weight is near to the object’s actual weight is a measure of a scale’s accuracy.

Why does the weight on my digital scale constantly fluctuate?

if the calibration of your scale is incorrect

Are digital scales of the same weight?

Bathroom scales are not subject to any industry standards, and brands have different ideas about how much mistake is acceptable.

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