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Silvercrest HG05706A–E Kitchen Scale Operation And Safety Notes

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Silvercrest HG05706A–E Kitchen Scale

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About Silvercrest

The main products that Silvercrest produces are a variety of electronics and home appliances. It is more of a generic name that is frequently connected to goods offered by Lidl, a German multinational bargain grocery business. In its stores, Lidl sells a range of Silvercrest-branded goods.

The Silvercrest brand is renowned for providing consumers with economical options, yet the quality of its goods can vary depending on the particular item. Although some customers may feel that Silvercrest products don’t have the same quality or features as more expensive brands, customers frequently enjoy the bargain that these products offer.


We congratulate you on the purchase of your new product. You have chosen a high-quality product. The instructions for use are part of the product. They contain important information concerning safety, use, and disposal. Before using the product, please familiarise yourself with all of the safety information and instructions for use. Only use the product as described and for the specified applications. If you pass the product on to anyone else, please ensure that you also pass on all the documentation with it.

Proper use
This product is designed to weigh out and tare quantities of food. The product is designed only for use in private households and must not be used in medicinal or commercial areas. The manufacturer is not liable for damage caused by improper use.

Description of parts

    • Kitchen scale (Figs. B+C):Silvercrest HG05706A–E Kitchen Scale Operation And Safety Notes-FIG 2Silvercrest HG05706A–E Kitchen Scale Operation And Safety Notes-FIG 3
  1. Weighing surface
  2. LC display
  3. Button TARE
  4. Button UNIT
  5. Battery compartment
  6. Screw

    • LC display (Fig. D):Silvercrest HG05706A–E Kitchen Scale Operation And Safety Notes-FIG 4
  7. Numerical display
  8. Unit symbol
  9. Minus symbol –
  10. “Tare” symbol T

Technical data

  • Max. measuring range:  5000 g / 176 oz / 11 lb /  5000 ml / 175 floozy
  • Graduation: 1 g/0.05oz /0 lb:0.1oz / 1ml /0.05fl’oz
  • Battery: button cell, type CR2032, 1 x 3V (Direct current)
  • Rated current: 10mA
  • Model numbers: See Figure ASilvercrest HG05706A–E Kitchen Scale Operation And Safety Notes-FIG 1

Scope of delivery

Check that all the items are present and that the product and all its parts have no defects immediately after unpacking. Do not under any circumstances use the product if the package contents are incomplete.

  • 1 Kitchen scale                
  • 1  Set of instructions
  • 1 Battery                             
  • for use

Safety notices


General Safety Instructions

    Never leave children unsupervised with the packaging material. The packaging material represents a danger of suffocation. Children frequently underestimate the dangers. Always keep children away from the packaging material.
  •  This product 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 product in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the product. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be done by children without supervision.
  • CAUTION! RISK OF INJURY! Do not place more than 5 kg on the product. This could damage the product.
  •  Do not expose the product to
    • extreme temperatures,
    • direct sunlight
    • magnetic fields,   
    • moisture.
      These can damage the product.
  • This product has delicate electronic components. This means that if it is placed near an object that transmits radio signals, it could cause interference. This could be, for example, mobile telephones, walkie-talkies, CB radios, remote controls, and microwaves. If the display indicates a problem, move such objects away from it.
  • Electromagnetic interference / high-frequency emissions can lead to the product failing. In cases of the product failing to work, remove the battery for a short while and then replace it. Do this as described in the “Replacing the battery“ section.
  • Protect the product from electrostatic charge/discharge. This could hinder the internal data exchange, which causes errors in the LC display.
  • Check the product for damage before use. Never use a damaged product.
  • FOOD-SAFE! The taste and smell of your food are not detrimentally affected by this product.

 Safety instructions for batteries / rechargeable batteries

  •   DANGER TO LIFE! Keep batteries / rechargeable batteries out of reach of children. If accidentally swallowed seek immediate medical attention.
  •     DANGER OF EXPLOSION! Never recharge non-rechargeable batteries. Do not short-circuit batteries / rechargeable batteries and/or open them.
  • Overheating, fire, or bursting can be the result.
  • Never throw batteries / rechargeable batteries into fire or water.
  • Do not exert mechanical loads on batteries / rechargeable batteries.

Risk of leakage of batteries / rechargeable batteries

  • Avoid extreme environmental conditions and temperatures, which could affect batteries / rechargeable batteries, e.g. radiators / direct sunlight.
  • If batteries / rechargeable batteries have leaked, avoid contact with skin, eyes, and mucous membranes with the chemicals! Flush immediately the affected areas with fresh water and seek medical attention!
  • You can remove leaked battery fluids with a dry, absorbent cloth.
  • WEAR PROTECTIVE GLOVES! Leaked or damaged batteries / rechargeable batteries can cause burns on contact with the skin. Wear suitable protective gloves at all times if such an event occurs.
  • In the event of a leakage of batteries / rechargeable batteries, immediately remove them from the product to prevent damage.
  • Remove batteries / rechargeable batteries if the product will not be used for a longer period.
  • Risk of damage to the product
  • Only use the specified type of battery / rechargeable battery!
  • Insert batteries / rechargeable batteries according to polarity marks (+) and (-) on the battery / rechargeable battery and the product.
  • Use a dry, lint-free cloth to clean the contacts on the battery / rechargeable battery and in the battery compartment before inserting!
  • Remove exhausted batteries /  rechargeable batteries from the product immediately.

Before first use (Fig. C)

  • Remove all packaging materials from the product. 
  • Turn the product over and place it on a soft underlay to avoid scratching the surface. Loosen the screw 6 located at the cover of the battery compartment 5 on the back of the product.     
  • Open the cover of the battery compartment 5 on the back of the product.
  • Pull out the insulation strip from the battery compartment 5.
  • Close the cover of the battery compartment 5 and tighten the screw 6.

Replacing the battery (Fig. C)

  • Turn the product over and place it on a soft underlay to avoid scratching the surface. Loosen the screw 6 located at the cover of the battery compartment 5 on the back of the product.
  • Open the cover of the battery compartment on the back of the product.
  • Remove the used battery, if present.
  • Insert a battery type CR2032 in the battery compartment.

Note: Make sure you insert the batteries with the correct polarity. This is indicated on the cover of the battery compartment.

  • Close the cover of the battery compartment and tighten the screw.


  • Set the product on a solid, level, and flat surface to weigh.


Note: Always place the object you wish to weigh gently onto the weighing surface 1  to avoid damaging the glass surface.

  • To activate the product, you may directly put a load (e.g. food container) with a minimum of 250 g onto the weighing surface. Pressing onto the weighing surface with a certain force is also possible to activate the product. You can always press the button TARE 3  at any time to set the zero point.
  • Place the item you wish to weigh onto the product. The numerical display 7 will show the weight of the item you are weighing.

Incremental weighing

  • Touching the button TARE 3 with the product on will change the numerical display 7 from the reading to “0“. The “T“ symbol will appear.

Note: A slight touch of the button TARE  and the button UNIT  is sufficient to operate the product. If there is too much pressure, the product may cause tilting.

  • Now add another item to weigh onto the product. The numerical display will show the weight of the newly added item.
  • If you remove the item added to the product, the numerical display will again read “0“.
  • If you remove all items from the product, the LC  display will show a negative value indicated by the minus symbol.
  • Then briefly touch the button TARE, and the “T“ symbol will disappear.
    Important! Be sure never to add more than 5 kg to the weighing surface. Overloading the product can damage it.

Changing the measuring unit

The product will display the weight in the official European measuring unit “g“ (grams), as well as the traditional unit of weight “oz“ (ounce, 1 oz ≈ 28.35 g) or “blog “ (pound: ounce, 1lb = 16 oz ≈ 453.59 g). When measuring the volume of water, the product calculates it by the weight using the official European unit of volume “ml“ (milliliters), or the traditional unit of measure flow (fluid ounces, 1fl’oz ≈ 28.41 ml). To switch the unit of measure, briefly touch the UNIT button 4. After each time it is touched, the unit  display 8 will switch to the next unit listed:

  • g → oz → lb’oz → ml → fl’oz

Switching off

  • Holding the button TARE  for approx. 3 seconds will off the product. If no movement is detected on the weighing surface for 3 minutes and no button is pressed, the product will automatically switch off.


  • Fault
  • Cause
  • Solution
  • The product is overloaded.  = Remove the overload.
  • The batteries are too weak to weigh. You cannot operate the product.
  • Replace the battery (see section “Replacing the battery”).

Note: The product contains sensitive electronic components. For this reason, it is possible that it can be disrupted by radio transmitting equipment in the immediate vicinity. If the LC display indicates a problem, move such objects away from it.

  • Electrostatic discharges can lead to malfunctions. In cases of the product failing to work, remove the batteries for a short while and then replace them.

Cleaning and care

  • Never immerse the product in water or other liquids. This can damage the product. 
  • Clean the product with a slightly dampened, fluff-free cloth. To remove more stubborn dirt, you can also dampen the cloth with a weak soap solution.


The packaging is made entirely of recyclable materials, which you may dispose of at local recycling facilities.

  • Observe the marking of the packaging materials for waste separation, marked with abbreviations (a) and numbers (b) with the following meaning: 1–7: plastics / 20–22: paper and fibreboard /  80–98: composite materials.
  • The product and packaging materials are recyclable, and disposed of separately for better waste treatment. The Triman logo is valid in France only.
  • Contact your local refuse disposal authority for more details on how to dispose of your worn-out product.
  • To help protect the environment, please dispose of the product properly when it has reached the end of its useful life and not in the household waste. Information on collection points and their opening hours can be obtained from your local authority.
  • Faulty or used batteries / rechargeable batteries must be recycled by Directive 2006/66/ EC and its amendments. Please return the batteries / rechargeable batteries and/or the product to the available collection points.

Environmental damage through incorrect disposal of the batteries / rechargeable batteries!

Batteries / rechargeable batteries may not be disposed of with the usual domestic waste. They may contain toxic heavy metals and are subject to hazardous waste treatment rules and regulations. The chemical symbols for heavy metals are as follows: Cd = cadmium, Hg = mercury, Pb = lead. That is why you should dispose of used batteries / rechargeable batteries at a local collection point.


  • The product has been manufactured to strict quality guidelines and meticulously examined before delivery. In the event of product defects, you have legal rights against the retailer of this product. Your legal rights are not limited in any way by our warranty detailed below.
  • The warranty for this product is 3 years from the date of purchase. Should this product show any fault in materials or manufacture within 3 years from the date of purchase, we will repair or replace it – at our choice – free of charge to you.
  • The warranty period begins on the date of purchase.
  • Please keep the original sales receipt in a safe location. This document is required as your proof of purchase. This warranty becomes void if the product has been damaged, used, or maintained improperly.
  • The warranty applies to defects in material or manufacture. This warranty does not cover product parts subject to normal wear, thus possibly considered consumables (e.g. batteries) or for damage to fragile parts, e.g. switches, rechargeable batteries, or glass parts.

Warranty claim procedure

To ensure the quick processing of your case, please follow the following instructions:

  • Please have the till receipt and the item number (e.g. IAN 123456_7890) available as proof of purchase. You will find the item number on the type plate, an engraving on the front page of the instructions (bottom left), or a sticker on the rear or bottom of the appliance.
  • If functional or other defects occur, please contact the service department listed either by telephone or by e-mail.
  • You can return a defective product to us free of charge to the service address that will be provided to you. Ensure that you enclose the proof of purchase (till receipt) and information about what the defect is and when it occurred.


  • Service Great Britain
  • Service Ireland
  • Service Northern Ireland
    • Tel.: 1890 930 034(0,08 EUR / Min., (peak)) (0,06 EUR / Min., (off-peak)) 
    • E-Mail: owim@lidl.ie

FAQS AboutSilvercrest HG05706A–E Kitchen Scale

What do scales primarily serve?

Scales offer defense against the elements and predators.

Do scales indicate weight or mass?

Weight is measured with scales.

Can scales display incorrect weight?

Scales expecting materials to rest uniformly on the load cells can give up false results if they are set up on a slope.

Do scales have different capacities?

From day to day, or even from moment to moment, they may give you a different weight.

What material are scales made of?

Collagen, dentin, keratin, and enamel.

Scales able to quantify fat?

They calculate how much of that weight is made up of water, body fat, and fat-free mass.

How does scale weight fluctuate?

eating, drinking, peeing, pooping, and working out

How much time do scales last?

five to ten years

What are the most accurate scales?

Body Comp Scales by Withings

What is the scale’s accuracy?

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.


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