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ECG UV 5080 Kitchen Appliances Egg cooker Instruction Manual

ECG UV 5080 Kitchen Appliances Egg cooker


  1. Lid
  2. Fried eggs tray
  3. Egg rack
  4. Cooking vessel
  5. On/Off button
  6. Appliance body with power cable

Item without picture: Measuring cup with an egg piercing pin.


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Warning: The safety measures and instructions, contained in this manual, do not include all conditions and situations possible. The user must understand that common sense, caution and care are factors that cannot be integrated into any product. Therefore, these factors shall be ensured by the user/s using and operating this appliance. We are not liable for damages caused during shipping, by incorrect use, voltage fluctuation or the modification or adjustment of any part of the appliance. To protect against a risk of fire or electric shock, basic precautions shall be taken while using electrical appliances, including the following:

  1. Make sure the voltage in your outlet corresponds to the voltage provided on the appliance label and that the socket is properly grounded. The outlet must be installed in accordance with applicable electrical codes according to EN.
  2. Check the appliance regularly. Never use the device if the appliance, the power cord or the plug are damaged, if it has been dropped (or any other damage) or is not working properly. Have all the repairs, including a replacement of the power cable carried out by a professional service centre! Do not remove the protective covers from the appliance; there is a risk of electric shock!
  3. Do not attempt to repair, adjust or replace parts of the appliance. There are no parts inside repairable by the user.
  4. Do not immerse the appliance or the power cord in liquids, or expose it to rain or moisture.
  5. Do not bend the power cord over the edge of the table or other sharp edges, twist it, or leave it near hot surfaces.
  6. If you do not use the appliance, switch it off and unplug it from power. Allow it to cool. Disconnect the power cord by pulling the plug – never by pulling the power cord.
  7. This appliance may not be plugged in an outlet controlled by a timer or controlled remotely.
  8. The appliance must not be used close to water, in bathrooms, showers or close to pools, where it might fall in water or water may splash the product.
  9. Always use the appliance on a level, stable surface to prevent it from tipping over and to prevent spillage of hot liquids. Do not use the product in sinks, dripping off areas and other places with uneven surface.
  10. Do not place the appliance in places where it may be exposed to high temperatures from stoves, radiators, gas appliances, etc. Do not place the appliance on electric or gas stoves and ovens.
  11. Do not place other objects on the appliance, do not insert foreign objects in the openings and do not use it close to walls, drapes, etc.
  12. Do not use outside. Keep it in dry place.
  13. Never switch on the the appliance without the removable egg rack, fried eggs tray or properly attached lid.
  14. Do not switch on an empty appliance. Fill the cooking vessel so that the water is between the MIN and MAX lines. Use the included measuring cup to measure the correct amount of water. Take extra care not to injure yourself on the egg piercing tip located on the bottom of the measuring cup.
  15. The appliance warms up during operation. Be careful, the steam escaping from the appliance is very hot! There is a risk of burns.
  16. Do not cover these openings or open the lid, do not handle the appliance in any way. Do not touch hot surfaces. Some parts of the appliance remain hot for some time after switching off. Use handles to handle the appliance.
  17. Using accessories and attachments not recommended by the manufacturer may endanger persons and property.
  18. Before cleaning and storing, switch off the appliance, unplug it and let it cool down.
  19. The appliance is intended for cooking eggs. Do not use for any other purpose.
  20. This appliance is intended for household use and similar areas, including:
    • kitchenettes in shops, offices and other workplaces,
    • appliances used in agriculture,
    • appliances used by guests in hotels, motels and other residential areas.
  21. ECG is not liable for damage or injury caused by negligence or improper use. Prior to use do not forget to read carefully all instructions and information.
  22. The external surface of this device heats up and may cause burns. Do not leave unattended during operation in the presence of children.
  23. This appliance is intended for use by children 8 years of age and older and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, provided they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe manner and understand the potential hazards. Cleaning and user maintenance must not be made by children unless they are over 8 years old and under supervision. Keep the appliance and its power supply out of reach of children younger than 8 years.
  24. Children must not play with the appliance.


  • Before using the cooker for the first time, remove the appliance from the box and clean it.
  • Clean all accessories of the appliance, that is the transparent lid, measuring cup, holder, etc. with soapy water, see the section on cleaning and maintenance. Do not immerse the body of the appliance in water.

Note: You can cook up to 8 eggs in the appliance and make up to 4 fried eggs. The line on the measure corresponds to eggs of size M.


Cooking eggs

  1. Place the egg cooker on a flat surface.
  2. Use the included measuring cup to measure the correct amount of water. Only fill it with clean water without anything added (e.g. salt). The degree of cooking of the eggs depends on the amount of water added and the number of eggs to be boiled, see the following:
  3. Pour the water into the cooking vessel, on which you then place the egg rack.
  4. Pierce the eggs on the non-pointed side using the piercing pin on the bottom side of the measuring cup. Insert the eggs into the rack with the pointed side of the egg facing down.
  5. Place the lid on the upper part of the cooker, connect the cooker to the power supply and switch the On/Off button to the ON position. The light on the switch comes on, which means that the appliance is heating up.
  6. Once the eggs are boiled, a buzzer sounds, the light on the switch goes out and the cooker switches off automatically. At this point, switch off the appliance using the ON/OFF button and disconnect it from the power supply.

Frying eggs

  1. Pour the water into a cooking vessel, on which you then place a frying eggs tray. The amount of water in the cooking vessel determines the degree of cooking.
  2. Grease the individual cups in the tray with a bit of butter and break the eggs in them. One egg is for one cup.
  3. Place the lid on the cooker.
  4. Start cooking by pressing the ON/OFF button.
  5. Once the eggs are boiled, a buzzer sounds, the light on the switch goes out and the cooker switches off automatically. At this point, switch off the appliance using the ON/OF button and disconnect it from the power supply.
  6. Use plastic spatulas to serve eggs to avoid scratching the surface of the tray.

WARNING: After cooking the eggs, switch off the appliance and unplug it to prevent it from switching on automatically when the cooking vessel has cooled down. This will prevent dry cooking and wasting of electricity.


We recommend cleaning after each use.

  1. Before cleaning, switch off the appliance with the ON/OFF button, disconnect the power supply and allow the appliance cool down completely.
  2. Clean the lid, measuring cup and rack in hot soapy water, rinse and dry completely.
  3. Do not clean the appliance with abrasive cleaners.
  4. Wipe the outside of the appliance with a damp cloth.
  5. Pour a little vinegar (approx. 1 teaspoon) into a measuring cup and add clean water. Pour the resulting solution into the cooking vessel. Make sure that the level of the solution in the vessel does not exceed the MAX line. Let it stand for 30 minutes. Then remove the solution, wipe the cooking vessel with a clean, slightly damp cloth and dry it.


  • Power: 220-240 V ~ 50Hz
  • Power: 500 W
  • Capacity: 8 eggs or 4 fried eggs

Wrapping paper and corrugated paperboard – deliver to the scrapyard. Packing foil, PE bags, and plastic elements – throw into plastic recycling containers.


Disposal of electric and electronic equipment (valid in EU member countries and other European countries with an implemented recycling system) The represented symbol on the product or package means the product shall not be treated as domestic waste. Hand over the product to the specified location for recycling electric and electronic equipment. Prevent negative impacts on human health and the environment by properly recycling your product. Recycling contributes to preserving natural resources. For more information on the recycling of this product, refer to your local authority, domestic waste processing organization or store, where you purchased the product. This product complies with EU directives on electromagnetic compatibility and electrical safety. The operating manual is available at Changes of text and technical parameters reserved.

Documents / Resources

ECG UV 5080 Kitchen Appliances Egg cooker [pdf] Instruction Manual
UV 5080, Kitchen Appliances Egg cooker



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