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    Suunto Companion

    Hello Scubaboard,

    I am very new to this web site. I have a 1993 Suunto Companion dive computer. Been searching the internet for servicing (changing the battery). Found one place in the Chicago area. Going to Mexico the end of July to dive the cenatos.

    Does anyone have the address or an operation that services the Companion? I would like to get the battery changed as soon as possible.

    I really like this site. One of my AOW and Rescue students told me about it. Thanks rkr3000.

    Tony

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    Have you checked a local dive shop that sells Aqualung/SeaQuest equipment? It would be easier than sending it away anywhere.

    That said, have you checked your manual? I know the Favor has a user changeable battery, as does the Vyper. The Companion may be the same.

    Marc
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    Not User Changable

    I had a Companion for years before upgrading. The battery is not user replacable. As was stated by FLL Diver any Suunto dealer can replace that battery. Check out www.suunto.com for dealers in your area.
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    Correct. Any LDS that deals with Suunto can replace the battery. Start looking now as they may not have the Companion battery in stock.

    Paula

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