Garmin has unveiled a new Enduro 2 smartwatch with impressive specs over its predecessor. The company launched the first Enduro smartwatch last year. As the name suggests, it is an expert in endurance-related workouts like mountain climbing, hiking, climbing, and many more. Almost all the Garmin watches come with at least one feature which shines more than the other. With the Enduro series, the company has targeted such fitness-related users.
The new Enduro 2 has a rugged yet lightweight 1.4’ touchscreen with a sapphire lens. In the battery, users can expect 150 hours of life in GPS mode. In a regular mode, it will run for 34 days, and additional 12 days of the battery can be received using solar charging.
It also has an LED flashlight to use in the dark area, and it is much brighter compared to other Garmin watches. The essential LED flashlight feature was first introduced on Fenix 7 series, and Enduro 2 has also received it. Just remember, the feature will eat more battery than any other feature.
The watch is preloaded with TopoActive maps, technologies like NextFork, a visual race predictor, and a grade-adjusted pace option to help users on race day. Further, it sports Spo2, heart rate, body battery, fitness age, health snapshots, and sleep tracking features.
Additionally, you will get SatIQ technology, as well as Garmin Pay, Amazon Music, Spotify Music, music storage, and many other app supports. The Enduro 2 has launched in the US for a $1099.99 price tag. You can purchase it from the official Garmin website.