That would be why my vyper rebooted. It was 6°C at the time.Yep, they are dead easy to change, if you follow the instructions in the manual.
I think I bought the last battery from Asda, I think it's a 2323.
You should really change the o ring as well as these tend to compress overtime. If you aren't sort of mechanically minded, I would pop in to the LDS, & get them to change it.
I wouldn't dive it with the low batt showing, as when this gets in cold water the battery life nose dives, so to speak.
I would think you will get a good couple of dives off it, but I would change it as soon as is practicable. I bought battery and o-ring off e-bay and changed it no problems (did a number of dives on low battery first - can't remember exactly how many, but more than 5).Hi,
How much life does the battery in a Vytec have left in it when it first gives you the low battery warning?
Should i replace it straight away or will i get away with a couple of short, shallow dives at the weekend?