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Uwatec Smart Pro Dive Log Question

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Ferrd

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I just purchased a Uwatec Smart Pro wrist computer. I was wondering if there is a way for you to delete the dives that are logged on the computer?

Thanks for your help.

Ferrd
 

Bobco

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I would say taking it into a Uwatec dealership, or call on the phone, should give you the best advise, was is second hand?

Dive safe

Bobco
 

Ferrd

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I spoke with Uwatec this afternoon. The computer was new, but I wanted to remove the test dives that are logged into the computer. The representative I spoke with said the only way to get them off is to over dive the log.

Oh well, I guess now I have a goal! :)
 

sjspeck

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Originally posted by Ferrd
I spoke with Uwatec this afternoon. The computer was new, but I wanted to remove the test dives that are logged into the computer. The representative I spoke with said the only way to get them off is to over dive the log.

Oh well, I guess now I have a goal! :)
0 down 37 to go (at least that's what it was on my Sport Plus)
 
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