The US watchmaker, Garmin, has introduced Enduro Smartwatch with a few innovative features such as its solar-charged battery that provides up to 65 days of endurance. Other key highlights of the new Garmin Enduro include health monitoring mode and its lightweight yet sturdy design fit for rugged weather conditions.
Garmin Enduro Features
Garmin Enduro presents a 1.4-inch OLED display with 280x280p resolution optimized for clear vision under direct sunlight. The smartwatch features a lightweight design weighing 58g for the DLC-coated titanium model and 72g for the steel model. The case is constructed from fiber-reinforced polymer with a metal rear cover while the strap is made of elastic, adjustable, and durable quality nylon.
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Garmin hasn’t revealed the battery capacity for the Enduro but for obvious reasons, we reckon. It boasts a solar-charged battery that claims to offer 80 hours of battery life in GPS mode, up to 300 hours in max battery mode, and up to a whopping 65 days in smartwatch mode with solar power. Still, do note that the battery performance varies with the mode of operation, settings, and active sensors.
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Garmin Enduro smartwatch is called an ‘ultraperformance GPS watch’ featuring multiple global navigation satellite systems including GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo. For health and wellbeing, it offers wrist-based heart rate monitoring, pulse oximeter, advanced sleep monitoring, hydration, and respiration tracking.
Other smartwatch features remain standard in the Garmin Enduro like smart notifications, sports activities, multiple watch faces, etc. It is equipped with Garmin Pay contactless payment solution. The smartwatch is compatible with both Android and iOS devices.
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Garmin Enduro Price & Availability
The steel version of Garmin Enduro is priced at $799.99 (~₹58,282.07) while the titanium model costs $899.99 (~₹65,567.42) in the US market. The smartwatch is available for purchase on Garmin’s official US website. There’s no info on its India arrival yet. The last entrant in the country was Garmin Vivoactive 3 Element back in December 2020.