Garmin Enduro comes with the exact same design Fenix 6. The difference is only in color. The gray Enduro body design is added with yellowish green accents.
The strap he carries is also made of flexible nylon material. Compared to a silicone rubber strap, this nylon strap is more comfortable to use for a long time.
The main attraction of the Garmin Enduro is its long battery life. For a single recharge the battery can last up to 70 hours in GPS mode.
In fact, the battery can last up to 80 hours with the support of the Power Glass solar charging feature on the screen. Provided you use it at least three hours in the sun every day.
Apart from GPS tracking, this smartwatch has also been equipped with a series of sensors. Call it an altimeter sensor to collect elevation data, a barometer, and a 3-axis electronic compass.
In addition, there are VO2 Max features, a heart rate sensor, can measure oxygen saturation, sleep pattern tracking to monitor the body's recovery time after exercise, tracking water levels that enter the body and much more.
Garmin Enduro is available with body material options namely stainless steel and titanium. For the price of the Garmin Enduro starting at US $ 799.99.