SUUNTO Cobra Series


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Servicing and Battery Change of Suunto Cobra

The Suunto Cobra was introduced by Suunto at about 2003 as an air-integrated dive computer. Suunto Cobra has been discontinued.

Suunto Cobra has been discontinued and has been replaced by Suunto Cobra 3


One of the most common problem for Suunto Cobra is the depth sensor and buttons. A good habit for scuba divers who are still using the Suunto Cobra is to thoroughly rinse their dive computer after each dive with lukewarm water, paying extra attention to the sensor found on the underside of your dive computer and depressing the buttons while rinsing it.


Battery Change of Suunto Cobra

The current service available for Suunto Cobra is only battery change. During the standard battery change, the retainer of the battery compartment is changed as well. There are cheaper services out there but they often do not change the retainer, causing the dive computer to flood.


A failed sensor is one of the common issues of the older generation of Suunto Cobra, especially if it has not been well maintained. Unfortunately, if the sensor has failed, there is nothing much that can be done.

Other problems of Suunto Cobra that we will not be able to assist you.

  • Stucked Button
  • Flooded Unit
  • Cracked Screen

Suunto Authorized Service Centre Singapore

Orpheus Dive is the only Suunto Authorized Service Centre in Singapore that operates 7 days a week. Changing of your Suunto Diving Computer Batteries and a leak test will take only 30 minutes while you wait.

Offering unparalleled services to Suunto Dive Computer owners, thousands of scuba divers residing here in Singapore has chosen Orpheus Dive has the top servicing centre for Suunto Dive Computer Owners.


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