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|Watch Case Size||51 mm|
|Water Resistance Depth||10 ATM (Pressure Equivalent to 328.1' / 100 m)|
|Sensors||Barometer (Altimeter), Compass, Optical Heart Rate|
|Weight||2.3 oz / 65 g|
|Dimensions||2 x 2 x 0.6" / 51 x 51 x 14.9 mm|
|Display Type||MIP LCD|
|Display Size||1.4" / 35.6 mm|
|Watch Crystal Material||Glass|
|Pixel Density||283 ppi|
|Screen Resolution||280 x 280|
|Global Positioning||GPS, GLONASS, Galileo|
|Estimated Battery Life||65 Days (Smartwatch Mode)
80 Hours (GPS On)
1 Year (Low Power Mode)
|Band Circumference||4.3 to 8.7" / 110 to 220 mm|
“The Garmin Enduro sports watch delivers long-lasting power for ultra-endurance athletes”
There’s no doubt the Enduro is more watch than most people need at a price that many will struggle to justify. But if your budget stretches – or you can convince someone else to treat you – this watch is a luxury worth having.
Unrivalled battery life, Robust build, Ultra run mode with rest timer
One has to look at the Garmin Enduro from two perspectives. The first is from the obvious battery-life perspective. Best I know, there’s no other GPS sports watch out there that gets anywhere near these numbers for GPS-on time, either in a full configuration or a reduced tracking configuration (not...
The Garmin Enduro isn’t the most feature-rich watch in its collection, but if you want a Fenix-style watch that’s light, has similar sports tracking abilities and has the kind of battery performance to keep you away from your charger for a month and potentially even longer, this is a watch you want...
Great battery life, Great overall sports tracking, Nice nylon strap
Missing full mapping support, Stainless steel model feels heavier, It’s pricey
If you care about battery life and need something that can go the distance, that is the biggest reason to go for this watch. It promises big numbers and is equipped to deliver those numbers too.
Lightweight titanium design, Great battery life in and outside of tracking, The best of the Fenix features
It's pricey, No topographical mapping, Some new software already on older models
The Garmin Enduro is a future-proof GPS multisport watch that has an insanely-long battery life and some trail running-specific features that even non-trail runners will appreciate.
Superb build quality, Battery life is just crazy, Familiar Garmin user interface, New, trail-running specific features
Ultra-long trail running is rather a niche market, No offline music
Just what I was looking for. Thank you