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How do you adjust the cobra to be more lenient or conservative

I have two computers and the cobra seems top be extremely conservative compared to the suunto gecko I also have. I have been told you can adjust the cobra to dive either very conservative or not so but obviously within dive table parameters

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You can make personal adjustments to 3 different presents. This is explained on page 38 of the manual located at the link below.

http://media.suunto.com/media/suunto/manuals/en_US/cobra_manual_en_v3_m56577569830658693.pdf

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