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Dive watch
UWnewbee - 3/07/2013 1:04 AM
Category: Survey
Replies: 32

Your Dive watch battery dies you would
Scubapirate - 6/28/2017 10:03 PM
[Choose #3] Watched a divemaster do it once, and I have been doing it ever since.
MonkeyDiver - 4/26/2013 9:56 AM
[Choose #2] My watch batteries can be replaced easily by any shop. My D9 must be returned to Suunto.
mkolba_ppo2 - 3/11/2013 8:07 PM
[Choose #1] D9 back to Suunto (first computer) / Shearwater Petrel - fix it myself (second computer)
UWnewbee - 3/08/2013 12:50 AM
[Choose #2] turns out my watch has a sealed back that requires a special tool and it unscrews
Rich-D-Fish - 3/07/2013 7:46 PM
[Choose #3] Every two weeks thanks to the POS.
hoofpick - 3/07/2013 7:04 PM
[Choose #2] Take it back to the Jeweler I bought it from and no its not a Casio.
Eric_R - 3/07/2013 10:00 AM
[Choose #3] I can’t resist.
dalehall - 3/07/2013 9:33 AM
[Choose #2] I’ve had mine replaced a couple times. I just let the Local place do it.. Probably going to go for Eco-drive next time and not worry about it.
Greg - 3/07/2013 7:18 AM
[Choose #3] Just make sure to inspect and lube up the oring. Use a good tool to open and close the battery compartment, one that wont break the watch and that allows you to use a good amount of torque when tightening.
jshoemaker_1 - 3/07/2013 5:47 AM
[Choose #3] Depends on the manufacturer specs. Most current watches and comps come with a user replaceable battery but as with all my dive equipment, I read the instructions.
LatitudeAdjustment - 3/07/2013 4:54 AM
[Choose #1] My dive watch was no longer waterproof once the battery was replaced. Both computers and my camera tell time so no more dive watch.