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Is the battery for the Uwatec Aladin Tec 2G 2 Gauge Dive Computer Console - owner changeable?

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Unfortunately no it is not. Although it may be possible to do this yourself what the service centre will do is pressure test the unit after battery change to ensure that the computer is still accurate at depth and water tight of course. Hope that helps

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