SUUNTO D4i NOVO

BATTERY CHANGE AND SERVICING

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Servicing and Battery Change of Suunto D4i novo

The Suunto D4I Novo is an upgrade to Suunto’s popular D4i dive watch, with a few feature upgrades. The Novo is sleeker and more stylish than the original D4I, and has a comfortable silicone band, making it even more appealing for daily wear as a watch.

CARING FOR YOUR SUUNTO D4i Novo

Caring for your new investment of Suunto D4i Novo, is very similar to all big face dive computers of Suunto. A good habit for scuba divers who are using the Suunto D4i Novo 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.

SERVICES AVAILABLE FOR SUUNTO D4i Novo DIVING COMPUTER

Battery Change of Suunto D4i Novo

The current service available for Suunto D4i Novo includes the following

  • Battery Change
  • Strap Changing
  • Sticking Buttons
  • Replacement of Screen
  • Replacement of Depth Sensor
  • Entire module replacement

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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