Handle Suunto Tank POD with care. The sensitive internal electronic components may be damaged if the device is dropped or otherwise mishandled.
When travelling, ensure that the device is packed securely in check-in or carry-on luggage. It should be placed in a bag or other container where it cannot move around, get bumped or easily hit.
Do not try to open or repair Suunto Tank POD by yourself. If you are experiencing problems with the device, contact your nearest authorized Suunto Service Center.
If the Suunto Tank POD does not connect to the dive computer, you must uninstall the POD. Do not leave a non-functioning device attached to your scuba gear. Bring the non-functioning unit to your nearest authorized Suunto dive dealer for inspection.
Thoroughly rinse the device with fresh water, mild soap and carefully clean the housing with moist soft cloth or chamois after diving, especially after salt-water and pool dives.
ENSURE THE WATER RESISTANCE OF THE DEVICE! Moisture inside the device may seriously damage the unit. Only an authorized Suunto Service Center should do service activities.
When you need to dismantle the Suunto Tank POD, first close main tank valve, lower the pressure from the system through the regulator, and only after that dismantle the device.
Use only original Suunto accessories - damage caused by non-original accessories is not covered by warranty.
Suunto Service Centers do not have the capability to do oxygen cleaning service. Oxygen cleaning is not included in the product service.
Remember to register your Suunto Tank POD at www.suunto.com/support to get personalized support.