We are able to replace many watch and computer batteries including Citizen Hyperaqualand and Promaster watches, old Source, Monitor, Parkway, Suunto, Beuchat Aladdin Pro, Sherwood timer. Battery is replaced, seals cleaned, and resealed with dry air. We do not calibrate dive computers, but do pressure test for accuracy at 100 feet for no extra.

Quick turnaround time. Shipped USPS Priority Mail. International shipped USPS Priority Mail. We cannot ship FedEx or UPS. Send with return address, Paypal name, name, email address, and phone number to:

Terry Brady                               AFTER JUNE 1ST
31328 Anderson Dr
Tavares, Fl 32778                     phone 301-639-9173

To prepare for shipping, remove dive computer from console or holster. Do not remove oil or cut battery from computer. Send to address above with payment method. You may bundle together as many units as you wish. No return authorization required. No repair charge for units that are found to be defective, but return shipping charge will apply.
Do not send to us with signature confirmation required or extreme delay may result. We will send you tracking information if your email was in the box. If you do not have a Paypal account, we will email you an invoice with directions for payment.

Scubapro no longer services the Monitor 1, 2, 2+ or Monitor 3. The 2+ and 3 computers require hookup to a device to wake it up and reset battery level meter. Scubapro has determined it is no longer economical to service. We have found a way with high success to service these computers for less. Send them to us!

Scubapro no longer services the Uwatec Digital compass. It is oil filled and uses a 1/2AA lithium battery. However, you must attach a memory battery to keep it's program information . If the battery goes completely dead, the compass is dead/not repairable.

Suunto D4, D6, D9, Stinger, Spyder send to Underseas Scuba Center for special service of these wrist top computers.

We no longer repair the Techna timers. Success rate was below 50%. We used a dremmel tool to expose the battery and Loctite 5 minute plastic epoxy to seal it back up. The battery is a common 357. Try it yourself.

Don't worry if your dive computer is not pictured on this page. We can probably do it.

If you are tempted to open your oil filled computer to repair it yourself, that is your right to do so. However, I reserve the right to charge extra for repairs to damaged computers and missing oil when you send it to me.

What is the success rate?
If the dive computer was working properly before the battery went dead, there is a very high success rate with changing the battery. Occasionally, a computer has failed and caused the premature failure of the battery for which we cannot repair. If the computer cannot be repaired, we will only charge you for return shipping. If you have already removed the battery yourself, we will attempt the repair however the success rate is usually lower and cost may be higher.

We now pressure test every instrument we replace a battery in. Sometimes we find the accuracy of the computer is not what it should be and we will note that on the paper work.

It is difficult to get all the small air bubbles out of oil filled computers. Although we are quite successful at this, small bubbles may appear with time. These will in no way hinder the operation, reliability, or readability of the display and can be ignored.

Newer Smart series Uwatec computers have a simulated battery timer that we can now reset to 99%. (Smart Pro, Smart Tec, Smart Com, Nitrox Z, etc.) Battery life will be 4-7 years.

Scubapro has "bricked" many Smartcom's. They will then offer you a "discount" on a new Galileo. If this is not acceptable, do not send your Smartcom to another dive shop or Scubapro. We have been able to revive many bricked computers at a slight additional cost.

Questions?
Please read this entire page before writing or calling tbrady@fred.net

If you would like tracking information, include email address in box, or send email to tbrady@fred.net with model, serial number, name, address, and date sent.

Updated 5/9/2017
If you are reading this on the internet, then yes we are still changing batteries.
Note: the shipping address has changed. If there is any question, call Terry 301-639-9173

Most Scubapro Uwatec dive computers are oil filled and must be sent out for battery maintenance. We now replace these computer batteries in our shop for less. If your computer is not pictured does not mean we can't do it.

Scubapro no longer replaces these Uwatec batteries. They will destroy your computer and offer you a discount on a new one.

Cost if done at BASC              $50 (includes battery and test)

Old transmitter exchange for new battery replaceable type                       $240

Smart series computers sold in the US had a lifetime free battery replacement policy which required it be sent to Scubapro through a dealer (example Smart Com, Smart Pro, Smart Tec). Scubapro will no longer service these units. We are not a Scubapro dealer and do not honor this program but we can replace the battery.

These modules are Uwatec Digital Timers with various brand name labels on them. They have 3 silver buttons that activate the timer when wet. The batteries are not changeable but a Scubapro dealer can exchange the module for about $150. Brass Anchor is not a Scubapro dealer and no longer exchanges these units.

These two older Uwatec dive computer are not serviceable. We will offer $40 trade in allowance for transmitter and wrist unit towards any air integrated computer we offer. (Mares, Sherwood, Shearwater, and Suunto)

This is Uwatec's Digital Compass. It has volatile memory. This means when the battery goes dead, it cannot be repaired.

If you are using any of these antiques, you should seriously consider an upgrade to a computer with a modern algorithm. Many manufacturers and dive shops offer a trade in for newer, safer dive computers.