Garmin introduced its latest smartwatch, the Enduro 2. This is such an hour that he eats ultra-marathons for breakfast. Built for extreme durability, the Garmin Enduro 2 has significant improvements in battery life, build quality, mapping and GPS accuracy compared to its predecessor. It now offers multi-band GNSS support, TOPO mapping and NextFork, ClimbPro analysis of hills on your routes, trail running VO2 Max, and recovery analytics. It also has a built-in LED flashlight.
The 1.4″ Power Sapphire lens collects solar energy, giving you more power and time between charges, while Auto Select mode uses SatIQ technology to dynamically determine the GPS mode needed to maximize battery life without sacrificing positional accuracy.
Its sturdy and lightweight design won’t slow you down. The UltraFit nylon cord grips your arm securely and comfortably during all your activities.
A super-bright LED flashlight (twice as bright as the Fenix 7X watch) offers variable brightness with a flash that matches your running rhythm, while a red safety light mode helps you be seen by your immediate surroundings during your night runs.
NextFork map guide shows your distance to the next point on your route, slope-adjusted pace helps you understand how to adjust your pace in changing terrain conditions, and an automatic rest timer records your breaks.
A variety of built-in sports apps, Adventure Racing World Series-approved adventure racing app, and advanced performance metrics help you take your endurance training to the next level.
Traditional button controls that work in any environment are paired with a highly responsive touchscreen interface for quick and convenient access to selections.
The battery performance, supported by solar charging, offers up to 46 days of continuous use in smartwatch mode and up to 150 hours (more than 6 days) in GPS mode.
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