I just acquired the SUNTO D6I. I went to the swimming pool the dive mode was activated. After it gave a 48 hours no fly even I did not use yet for any dive Is it normal?
Hello Nadir, no this is not normal. I can see how it will go into dive mode after a certain depth and being down for a period of time it will move into dive mode. But I do not know why it would give you a no fly time. You would need to contact the manufacture directly at 760-597-5000 they would be able to walk you step-by-step of how to reset your computer.
I asked the first question about the claim of a rechargeable battery. Please verify. Suuntos own site shows no reference to rechargeable battery and in fact says its a two year life and uses a CR2450 battery... Suunto is known for not having user changeable batteries and suggesting this has changed especially to a rechargeable is quite a significant change. I really would like confirmation please, SCUBA.COM is the only site selling D6i and claiming a rechargeable battery!
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