In a press release, also embedded below, Garmin says the newly-launched Enduro can offer up to 65 days per charge with solar charging, though the company also says that if you use all the bells and whistles, the device can fully go up to 3 days.
In terms of specs, the Enduro sports a 1.4-inch OLED display with a resolution of just 280×280 pixels, and Garmin has equipped it with sensors that make sense for working out, including VO2 Max, GPS for activity tracking, heart rate, the ABC trio, and Pulse Ox.
“Created with endurance athletes in mind, Enduro’s lightweight and durable design features a new UltraFit nylon strap and optional DLC coated titanium bezel. Designed to endure, runners and cyclists can quickly adjust settings to disable certain features to get the longest battery life on a Garmin wearable to date. A full charge will get an athlete 70… (read more)
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