Find how to videos, FAQs, tutorial articles and detailed support information for your Suunto dive computer.
You can now create dive modes for the Suunto EON family and Suunto D5 in Suunto app.
Suunto EON Steel Connecting to Suunto DM5 and settings
How to transfer your dive plan from DM5 to Suunto EON Steel.
Suunto EON Steel is a fully customizable dive computer.
Learn how to create a second view for your dive mode. You could create up to 4 views per dive mode.
Learn more about Suunto EON Steel firmware update.
Watch the video: How to pair with Suunto Tank POD
How the ICD warning works in Suunto EON Steel.
The Suunto DM5 allows you to download your dive logs for advanced analysis and create dive plans. Transfer dive logs from your compatible Suunto dive computer, upload dive plans, and customize your dive computer.
Read more about the latest software update and new features for your Suunto dive computer here. Connect your device to your computer and Suunto's software will automatically install the latest available version.
User guides provide a comprehensive overview of product features, how to use them, as well as handling guidelines and technical specifications.
Find answers to frequently asked questions and detailed support information that help you use your Suunto dive computer.
Download Suunto app to your phone and connect your Suunto device to stay on top of your active life with insights into your trainings and trends in your overall activity.
Get your Suunto watch or dive computer repaired through our online service request. The service is available in several countries around the world.
At the heart of every Suunto dive computer is an algorithm – the reduced gradient bubble model (RGBM) – that calculates decompression for a dive. Relentlessly pursuing ever best models for divers of all types, Suunto continues to push for RGBM perfection. Suunto has been developing RGBM algorithms together with Dr. Bruce Wienke for well over a decade.