Garmin Enduro Smartwatch with Solar Charging Support Launched

Smart wearable maker Garmin has launched its brand-new Enduro smartwatch which comes with solar charging support system. Here is everything you need to know.

Garmin Enduro Smartwatch: What’s New

This latest edition of Garmin smartwatches comes with an in-built solar charging capability and battery backup of 65 days. You can adjust it’s power management modes and is crafted to track the fitness and training of the user. According to the company, the watch is designed with endurance athletes in mind and built with a lightweight formula and durable design. With full charge, the Enduro Smartwatch can run up to 70 hours in GPS mode which is extended to 80 hours with solar capabilities.

Garmin Enduro Smartwatch with Solar Charging Support Launched

There are also revised training and new recovery tools which include- a VO2 Max feature that helps in measuring cardiovascular fitness level with the latest trail run VO2 max, that adjusts by itself based on trail conditions. Present and upcoming climbs including gradient, distance and increase in elevation can also be known with the brand-new ClimbPro feature.

The Enduro watches come with highly advanced health and wellness features including wrist-based heart rate2 and a Pulse Ox3 sensor that informs about altitude acclimation and sleep schedules. Workouts and rest times can be easily scheduled with the help of Garmin’s exclusive Body Battery feature that monitors data, thereby enabling us to measure energy levels. These next-gen smartwatches are water-resistant and the screen size is 1.4 inch.

Garmin Enduro Smartwatch: Price

Garmin Enduro Smartwatch with Solar Charging Support Launched

The Garmin Enduro Smartwatch is priced at $799.99 (Rs 58,300) for the steel variant and $899.99 (Rs 65,600) for the titanium version. You can easily book your Enduro smartwatch on the US website of the company.

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