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20 in 1598 mm SIGNAL WORDS
0,079 in 22 in 1759 mm
(max. 2 mm)
2 2 24 in 1916 mm
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4 26 in (650 A) 2073 mm
4 20 26,5 in (Tubular) 2117 mm WARNING indicates a hazardous
BIKE COMPUTER / 3 2
19 26,6 in (700 x 25C) 2124 mm situation that, if not avoided, could
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result in death or serious injury.
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27 in (700 x 32C) 2155 mm
A E G I 11 L 28 in (700B) 2237 mm
16 12 ATB24 in x 1,75 1888 mm
BIKE COMPUTER 6 NOTICE indicates information considered
Operation and Safety Notes ATB26 x1,4 1995 mm
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ATB26 x1,5 2030 mm
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Instrucciones de utilización y de seguridad ATB26 x 2 (650B) 2099 mm
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IAN 286004
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CUSTOMER SERVICE
Bike Computer Functions – Scan indicator (functions displayed in
continuous loop)
16 Speed comparison indicator: Model: HG00734A-TX, HG00734B-TX
FCC-ID: 2AJ9O-HG734TX
IMPORTANT person responsible for compliance could void interference in a residen- interference will not
– Menu languages: GB, DE, FR, NL, IT, ES Compares your current speed against the
Introduction – Clock – Backlight average speed Model: HG00734A-RX, HG00734B-RX SAFETY their safety. Children the user‘s authority to tial installation. This occur in a particular
Call customer service at – Stopwatch
Description of parts
▲ higher than your average speed
INSTRUCTIONS This product is not intended should be supervised to operate the product. product generates, uses installation. If this prod-
1 (844) 543-5872 Congratulations on your purchase. You have selected – Temperature °C / °F ▼ lower than your average speed
a quality product. The instructions for use are a part – Memory function for min. and max. temperature 1 Magnet 17 SCAN indicator Included items for use by persons (includ- ensure that they do not Note: This product has and can radiate radio uct causes harmful inter-
of the product. They contain important information – Current speed (0–62 mph (0–99.9 km / h)) 2 Cable tie Servicing interval indicator
Visit the Website Customer
about the safety, use and disposal of the product. – Average speed (0–62 mph (0–99.9 km / h)) 3 Battery
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19 Battery state indicator 1 Bike computer 6 Cable ties READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS. ing children) with reduced play with the product. been tested and complies frequency energy and, if ference to radio or
Service Platform at
www.lidl.com/contact-us
Before using the product, please learn about all the
safety information and usage instructions. Only use
– Maximum speed (0–62 mph (0–99.9 km / h))
– Speed comparison
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Cushion for bike computer bracket
Bracket
20 Speed tendency indicator:
Indicates speed trend
1 Bracket for bike
computer
2 Batteries 3 V
(Direct current), type KEEP FOR FUTURE REFER- physical, sensory or men- with the limits for a Class not installed and used in television reception,
Visit a LIDL store for further assistance.
the product as described and for the specified appli- – Speed tendency 6
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Sensor
Bike computer’s battery compartment cover
Acceleration – anticlockwise rotation 1 Cushion for bike
computer bracket
CR2032 button cell
2 Spare seal ring for bike ENCE. IF PASSING THIS tal capabilities, or lack of B digital device, pursuant accordance with the which can be determined
cations. If you lend the product to someone else, – Trip timer (max. 9:59:59) (count backwards or Deceleration – clockwise rotation
please also give all the instructions. forwards) 8 Bike computer 21 Down button (-) 1 Bracket with sensor computer and sensor
PRODUCT ON TO A THIRD experience and knowl- to Part 15 of the FCC instructions, may cause by turning the product
IAN 286004 – Odometer (count backwards or forwards) 9 Sensor battery compartment cover 22 Up button (+) 1 Magnet 1 Operating instructions
edge, unless they have Changes or modifica-
Please have your IAN number ready.
Proper use – Total odometer and total cycling time display 10 Primary function value display PARTY ALSO INCLUDE ALL tions to this product not Rules. These limits are harmful interference to off and on, the user is
The product is intended for use as a bike computer. – Calories 11
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Function indicator
Secondary function value display
Technical data
DOCUMENTS. been given supervision designed to provide radio communications. encouraged to try and
Not for commercial use. – Fat-burnt
13 LC display
Battery: 3V (Direct current)
or instruction concerning expressly approved by
– CO2 saving
14 MODE button (M)
(CR2032 button cell)
Operating temperature: 0–122 °F (0–50 °C) the party responsible for reasonable protection However, there is no correct the interference
15 SET button (S) IP44 (splash proof): Suitable for wet locations use of the product by a against harmful guarantee that
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by one or more of the • Consult the dealer or (2) this product must non-observance of the Safety DANGER OF Never throw batteries / temperatures, which could and seek immediate In the event of a leakage Remove batteries / according to polarity
following measures: an experienced radio / accept any interference operating instructions instructions for EXPLOSION! rechargeable batteries affect batteries / recharge- medical attention. of batteries / rechargeable rechargeable batteries if marks (+) and (-) on the
• Reorient or relocate TV technician for help. received, including inter- and safety advice or batteries / Never recharge non-re- into fire or water. able batteries, e.g. radi- WEAR PROTEC- batteries, immediately the product will not be battery / rechargeable
the receiving antenna. This product complies ference that may cause unauthorised use. rechargeable chargeable batteries. Do not exert mechanical ators / direct sunlight. TIVE GLOVES! remove them from the prod- used for a longer period. battery and the product.
• Increase the separation with part 15 of the FCC undesired operation. batteries Do not short-circuit bat- loads to batteries / Avoid contact with the Leaked or damaged bat- uct to prevent damage. Clean the contacts on
between the equipment Rules. Operation is sub- The RF Exposure Com- teries / rechargeable rechargeable batteries. skin, eyes and mucous teries / rechargeable bat- Only use the same type Risk of damage of the the battery / recharge-
pliance distance is 20
and receiver. ject to the following two mm. DANGER TO LIFE! batteries and / or open membranes. In the event teries can cause burns of batteries / recharge- product able battery and in the
• Connect the equipment conditions: Please note that the Keep batteries / recharge- them. Overheating, fire or Risk of leakage of of contact with battery on contact with the skin. able batteries. Do not Only use the specified battery compartment
into an outlet on a dif- (1) This product may not warranty does not cover able batteries out of reach bursting can be the result. batteries / recharge- acid, thoroughly flush Wear suitable protective mix used and new bat- type of battery / before inserting!
ferent circuit from the cause harmful interfer- damage arising from of children. If accidentally able batteries the affected area with gloves at all times if such teries / rechargeable rechargeable battery! Remove exhausted
circuit the receiver is ence, and improper treatment, swallowed seek immedi- Avoid extreme environ- plenty of clean water an event occurs. batteries. Insert batteries / rechar- batteries / rechargeable
connected to. ate medical attention. mental conditions and geable batteries
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batteries from the product Inserting the battery Note: Make sure that the bike computer 8 is Press the Set button 15 for edit. the MODE button 14 . Repeat this process for the desired number appears as the first digit.
Confirm your choice by pressing the MODE
Confirm your choice by pressing the
SET button 15 .
Press the MODE button 14 to move to CO2 Note: You have the choice of 0-620.75 miles
(0–999 km) or miles. After the setting is confirmed,
You have now completed the basic settings. If you
want to change the basic setting data, follow the
any vibration made to reactivate the computer.
The function indicator 11 shows the current mode.
Using functions
To insert the battery 3 , proceed as shown in Fig. A. attached with less than 27.56 in (70 cm) distance Press the + button 22 or – button 21 repeatedly all the remaining digits. saving. A three-digit number appears in the Note: All the functions and secondary functions
immediately. To open the battery compartment cover, use a to the sensor 6 . Fix the bike computer 8 to the sen- until the desired language appears. Confirm your choice by pressing the button 14 . Repeat this process for the remain- Press the MODE button 14 to move to the time LC display. Press the SET button 15 for edit the bike computer will count the trip distance. steps in “Resetting the bike computer” section and Press the + button 22 or MODE button 14 are described in the following list.
coin to assist you to turn the battery compartment sor 6 within a 30 ° angle as shown in Fig. B. Confirm your choice by pressing the SET SET button 15 . ing digit. format and press the SET button 15 for edit. and press the + button 22 and – button 21 When the servicing interval indicator 18 shows reset all basic setting data again. repeatedly to page through the various modes. CLOCK: Displays the time

SAVE THESE cover in anti-clockwise direction. Make sure button 15 . Note: You can calculate your tyre circumfer- Confirm your choice by pressing the Press the + button 22 or – button 21 repeat- repeatedly until the desired number appears on LC display, you need to check the condition Press the SET button 15 to change into the sec- Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed
you fit the battery the right way round (polarity). Preparing for use Press the MODE button 14 to move to the user ence (U) by multiplying your tyre diameter (D) SET button 15 . edly until 12 Hr (12-hour format) or 24 Hr as the first digit. Confirm your choice by press- of your bike (wear, adjustment of brakes, etc.). Connect the bike computer ondary function for any function. for 3 seconds to access the time settings.
Press the MODE button 14 to move to the unit (24-hour format) appears in the LC display. Then press the down button 21 to reset the and sensor Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed to
INSTRUCTIONS
This is shown on the back side of the product. profile and press the SET button 15 for edit. by 3.1416 (Fig. M). The list (Fig. N) contains ing the MODE button 14 . Repeat this process TOTALODO: Total odometer
To close the battery compartment cover, use a Basic settings Press + button 22 or – button 21 repeatedly the tyre circumferences (U) of the most common of weight and press the SET button 15 for edit. Confirm your choice by pressing the for all the remaining digits. service interval and this indicator to disappear. Use the magnet 1 to trigger the sensor 6 , the call or reset up any saved values. Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed
coin to assist you to turn the battery compart- Basic setting: Language > User profile > Wheel until the desired user profile (ADVANCE or tyre diameters (D). Press the + button 22 or – button 21 repeatedly SET button 15 . Confirm your choice by pressing the The bike computer will start counting the trip speed tendency indicator 20 will show a graph to for 3 seconds to access the wheel size settings,
ment cover in clockwise direction. size > Unit of distance and speed > Age > Unit of EASY) appears. Press the MODE button 14 to move to the unit until SET KG or SET LB appears in the LC display. Press the MODE button 14 to move to the clock. SET button 15 . distance again. indicate a successful connection. Now the bike The bike computer has the following total distance and servicing interval.
weigh > Weight > Time format > Time > CO2 saving > Confirm your choice by pressing the SET of distance and press the SET button 15 for Confirm your choice by pressing the A four-digit number appears in the LC display. Press the MODE button 14 to move to the ser- Confirm your choice by pressing the computer 8 is ready for use. If connection fails, functions: TOTAL-TM: Total time cycling
Before use Scan the QR code with your
SET button 15 . Press the SET button 15 for edit and press the SET button 15 . follow the steps in “Changing the batteries” section ADVANCE mode:
smartphone and watch the Servicing interval > Unit of temperature button 15 . edit. Press the + button 22 or – button 21 vicing interval. A three-digit number appears in Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed
video to find out how to assem- Press the MODE button 14 to move to the wheel repeatedly until SET KM KMH or SET MILE Press the MODE button 14 to move to weight. + button 22 or – button 21 repeatedly until the LC display. Press the SET button 15 for edit Press the MODE button 14 to move to the unit and reset all basic setting data again. CLOCK > TOTALODO > TOTAL-TM > TRIPDIST > for 3 seconds to make changes to the saved
Note: Remove all packaging materials from the
ble the product. Key functions: MODE button for selection / size (SET WS). A four-digit number appears in MPH appears in the LC display. A three-digit number appears in the LC display. the desired number appears as the first digit. and press the + button 22 or – button 21 of temperature and press the SET button 15 for You will need to re-connect the bike computer 8 MAXSPEED > AVGSPEED > TRIPTIME > TEMP > total time cycling.
product.
+ button 22 or – button 21 for setting values / the LC display. Now enter the tyre circumference Confirm your choice by pressing the SET Press the SET button 15 for edit and press the Confirm your choice by pressing the MODE repeatedly until the desired number of units of edit. Press the + button 22 or – button 21 repeat- and sensor 6 again. STPWATCH > CAL RATE > CALORIE > FAT-BURN TRIPDIST: Trip distance
Remove the protective foil from the LC display 13
SET button for edit and confirmation of your wheel in mm. Press the SET button 15 button 15 . + button 22 or – button 21 repeatedly until button 14 . Repeat this process for all the distance to your next intended bicycle servicing edly until °C or °F appears in the LC display. > CO2 KG > KM+/- > TIME+/- > SCAN Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed
before first use.
Attaching the bike computer for edit and press + button 22 or – button 21 Press the MODE button 14 to move to the age. the desired number appears as the first digit. remaining digits. (servicing interval indicator 18 ) appears in the Confirm your choice by pressing the Using the bike computer for 3 seconds to reset the trip distance, the
Note: This product is not recommended to use
To attach the product, proceed as shown in Note: The LC display 13 comes on automatically repeatedly until the desired number appears as A two-digit number appears in the LC display. Confirm your choice by pressing the MODE Confirm your choice by pressing the LC display. Confirm your choice by pressing the SET button 15 . Note: If the bike computer remains unused for EASY mode: average speed and the trip time displays to 0.
with E-bikes. Interference from the motor may affect
Figs. B to I. approx. 2 seconds after the battery 3 is inserted. the first digit. Confirm your choice by pressing Press the SET button 15 for edit and press the button 14 . Repeat this process for all the SET button 15 . MODE button 14 . Repeat this process for all Press the MODE button 14 to close the setting more than 5 minutes, it automatically switches Press the MODE button 14 you can choose function MAXSPEED: Maximum speed
the performance of the product.
You are immediately offered a choice of languages. + button 22 or – button 21 repeatedly until remaining digits. the remaining digits. page. into the stand-by mode. Press any button or display:
TRIPDIST > MAXSPEED > AVGSPEED > TRIPTIME
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Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed Press the SET button 15 again to stop the stop- counting forwards or backwards (+ or - respec- Press the SET button 15 enter the setting process. CUSTOMIZE mode Changing the batteries To close the battery compartment cover, use a - If errors occur in the display, remove any such prod-
Problem Solution Cleaning and care
for 3 seconds to reset the maximum speed dis- watch. tively) and 5-digit number. Press the + button 22 and – button 21 repeat- Apart from the ADVANCE and EASY mode, you Note: The battery of the bike computer must be coin to assist you to turn the battery compartment ucts from the vicinity of the product. In the case of
Press the SET button 15 for edit. cover in clockwise direction. such malfunctions, remove the battery briefly and Speed or distance are Adjust magnet and
play to 0. Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed edly until the desired symbol is shown. can make your individual adjustments in the replaced when the battery state indicator 19 appears Do not use any liquids or cleaning agents for
Press the + button 22 and – button 21 repeat- Press any button and keep it pressed to return then reinsert again. not displayed. sensor correctly.
AVGSPEED: Average speed for 3 seconds to reset the stopwatch to 0. Press the MODE button 14 to move on to setting CUSTOMIZE mode (see procedure). on the LC display 13 . cleaning. Otherwise there is a risk of damaging
- Check that the battery
Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed CAL RATE: Current calorie consumption edly until the desired symbol is shown. the timer and press the + button 22 and – but- Press the Set button 15 to enter the Press the MODE button 14 and the SET button to normal operating mode. the product.
is inserted with the poles
for 3 seconds to reset the average speed dis- CALORIE: Calorie meter Press the MODE button 14 to move on to set- ton 21 repeatedly until the desired number CUSTOMIZE mode. 15 at the same time and keep them pressed Note: Once the battery is removed, all stored data The product should only be cleaned on the
Problem Solution arranged the right way
play to 0. Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed ting the distance on the odometer and press the appears as the first digit. Repeat this process Note: By repeatedly pressing the + button 22 until the battery symbol and {{----}} appears in will be erased after approx. 20 seconds. outside with a soft, dry cloth.
Empty LC-display or no Remove battery. Insert round.
TEMP: Thermometer for 3 seconds to reset the calorie counter to 0. + button 22 and – button 21 repeatedly until for all the remaining digits. and – button 21 , you can toggle between the the LC display 13 . response after putting a sharp object (e.g. Display is black The ambient temperature
Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed FAT-BURN: Fat burning in grams the desired number appears as the first digit. Confirm your choice by pressing the SET button ADVANCE and EASY mode. In the EASY To replace the battery, proceed as shown in Removing the bike computer the batteries in again screwdriver) into the hole is too high or the bike Maintenance
for 3 seconds to switch between °C and °F. Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed for Repeat this process for all the remaining digits. 15 and press the MODE button 14 back to mode, press and hold the SET button 15 . Press figure A. from the bike marked with “RESET”. computer was exposed
Press the SET button 15 to display the highest 3 seconds to reset the fat burning value to 0. Confirm your choice by pressing the SET button current page. the + button 22 and – button 21 to switch the To open the battery compartment cover, use a Turn the bike computer anticlockwise to detach Insert a 3 V battery into to direct sunlight for too Remove the battery when the product will not
temperature (HI) measured so far. CO2 KG: CO2 Saving: 15 and press the MODE button 14 back to SCAN: Scan settings on or off (e.g. time). Choose “On”, to coin to assist you to turn the battery compart- the bike computer. the battery compartment long. Remove product be used for longer period of time.
Press the SET button 15 again to display the Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed current page. Note: The scan mode automatically switches add the chosen adjustment to the EASY modes. ment cover in anti-clockwise direction. Take out Cut off the protruding tails of the cable ties 2 in such a way that the + from direct sunlight and Check regularly the cable and components for
lowest temperature (LO) measured so far. for 3 seconds to access the CO2 saving refer- TIME: Timer between the trip distance, highest speed, average Choose “Off“, if you do not want to add the Using the backlight Resetting the bike computer the old battery and replace with a new battery. with a suitable tool such as diagonal pliers. terminal points upwards. let it cool off for a while. any damage and safe fit.
Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed ence value. Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed speed and trip time displays. adjustments. Press the SET button 15 to switch on the back- Press the MODE button 14 and + button 22 Make sure you fit the battery the right way round Replace the battery cover The LC-display shows Remove battery and
while the highest or lowest temperature is dis- KM: Odometer for 3 seconds to change the timer settings. The Note: Refer to the section on “Basic settings” to Press the SET button 15 , to confirm your entry. light temporarily. The backlight automatically at the same time and keep them pressed until (polarity). This is shown inside the battery com- Troubleshooting on the battery compart- irregular symbols. replace it again.
played to switch back to the current tempera- Press the SET button 15 and keep it pressed LC display shows the symbol for counting for- see how you make or change settings. Repeat this process for another function. extinguishes after a short period. RESET appears in the LC display 13 . partment. Note: This product has delicate electronic compo- ment. The microprocessor
ture to reset the saved data. for 3 seconds to change the odometer settings. wards or backwards (+ or - respectively) and Note: To turn off the SCAN function, press the Now press the SET button 15 . This allows you Adjust the sealing ring before inserting the nents. Therefore interference may occur when it is is reset and restarted.
STPWATCH: Stopwatch The LC display 13 shows the symbol for 5-digit number. + button 22 to return to clock mode. to adjust the previously set basic setting data battery. near products which transmit radio signals.
Press the SET button 15 to start the stopwatch. (language, age, weight, time). The rest of the
stored data will be deleted.
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Disposal Never throw batteries in the garbage. They may · Improper use or transport; · Call customer service at 1 (844) 543-5872 How does state law relate to this
contain toxic heavy metals and must be handled as · Disregarding safety and maintenance instructions; · Visit the Website Customer Service Platform at warranty?
Dispose of the packaging through special waste. The chemical symbols of heavy met- · Accidents or acts of nature (e.g. lightning, fire, www.lidl.com/contact-us Any State Laws that contradict or modify the warranty
your local recycling facilities and in als are: Cd = cadmium, Hg = mercury, Pb = lead. water, etc.). · Visit a LIDL store for further assistance listed here to the consumer’s benefit will be followed.
compliance with all federal, state Used batteries should therefore be disposed of · Tampering with the product (such as removing
and local regulations. through a local collection point. cover, unscrewing screws etc.) To ensure the quickest warranty return process,
please have the following available:
Contact your local waste management Warranty What is the period of coverage and · The original sales receipt that includes the date Distributed by / Distribuido por:
authority for additional information on warranty resolution? purchased; Lidl US LLC., Arlington, VA 22202
how to dispose of the used product. What does this warranty cover? The warranty is for 3 years from the date of purchase. · The product and manual in the original package;
The warranty covers: At our discretion, product will either be refunded or · A statement of the problem.
Model No. / Modelo Núm.:
To help protect the environment, please dispose of · Damage, breakage or inoperability due to defect. replaced.
HG00734A / HG00734B
the product properly when it has reached the end · Damage not accounted for by normal wear and What must you do to keep the warranty
tear or following the safety and maintenance What will we not do? in effect? Version / Versión: 02 / 2017
of its useful life, do not throw in the garbage. Infor-
mation on collection sites and their opening hours instructions provided in the user manual. We will not: · Retain the original receipt;
is available from your local authority. · Start a new warranty period upon product exchange; · Follow all product instructions; Made in / Hecho en: China
What is not covered by the warranty? · We will not repair product. · Do not repair or modify the product.
Improper disposal of batteries can The warranty does not cover damage caused by: Last Information Update · Estado de las
damage the environment! · Normal wear and tear of the product, including How to process the warranty? informaciones: 03 / 2017 · Ident.-No.:
fragile parts (such as switches, glass, etc.); We recommend first either: HG00734A / B-US032017-9

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