SUUNTO CARE

SPECIAL SERVICING PROGRAM FOR SUUNTO OWNERS

LET US WORRY ABOUT THE MAINTENANCE OF YOUR SUUNTO DIVING COMPUTERS

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INTRODUCTION OF SUUNTO CARE

The Suunto Care Program was designed by Orpheus Dive, to lower the ownership cost of a Suunto Diving Computer. The standard warranty from Suunto is a 2 years duration from the day you purchased your Suunto Diving Computer. We will extend the local warranty provided by Orpheus Dive to you, to ensure your Suunto Diving Computer last you for a much longer period.

6 YEARS EXTENDED Warranty Period

The purpose of this extended program is to lower the cost of your annual battery replacement and 2 Years 200 dives recommended servicing.

FREE ANUAL BATTERY CHANGE

The Suunto Care Program comes with a free 6 year battery change. You will be informed and reminded when you should change your battery via email. You will never have to last minute fumbled over the need of changing batteries.

2 YEARS 200 DIVES SERVICING

On alternate years when you send in your Suunto Dive Computer, we will be doing a complete overhaul of your Suunto Dive Computer. This will ensure your investment is well protect against wear and tear.

FREE FIRMWARE UPGRADE

Each time Suunto releases a firmware upgrade, you will be entitled to a free upgrade of your firmware without having to pay any money for it. Be sure to check out our website for more information.

DISCOUNTS ON ACCESSORIES

For the regular wear and tear such as your Suunto Dive Computer straps, you will be entilted to a 50% discount when you purchase any strap replacements with us. We will install the new straps for you at no cost.

IMPORTANT NOTE FROM SUUNTO – 2 YEARS 200 DIVE SERVICE

Most Suunto Dive Computer owners are not aware of this. Suunto recommends a complete overhaul of your diving instrument every 2 year or 200 dives, whichever comes first. During the recommended servicing, the following services will be rendered on your diving instrument (computers).

The computer will be disassembled down to the case.

  1. All of the o-rings / seals will be replaced.
  2. The 4 button contacts inside will be replaced.
  3. All 4 of the buttons will be replaced.
  4. There will be an integrity test which places the computer under pressure and tests for displacement of the case and air tightness.
  5. Lastly, a function test will be done where the computer is dived in a pressure pot to test the functionality of your Suunto Dive Computer.

WHY DO YOU NEED TO DO THIS?

Like any diving equipment you own, each piece of diving equipment, whether you have diligently maintained it or not, there are bound to be wear and tear. For models such as the Suunto D4, D4i or D4i Novo, the four buttons have O-Rings in it and are held by a small piece of Circlip (also commonly known as E-Clip). Over time, the O-rings installed in the buttons do get worn down and potentially can cause a leak when you use it underwater.

For Suunto D6, D6i, D6i Novo, D9, Stinger, Spyder, they too should have their buttons replace. But it is slightly easier to replace the buttons on these models and usually during your battery change, we will recommend that you have them change based on 2 year or 200 dives.

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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