Smartwatches are fast becoming a daily driver for a lot of persons. As the popularity grows, so does the number of new features you’ll find on them. US watch maker Garmin has added a new smartwatch to its line up stuffed with some unique features you won’t find on many of the smartwatches around. The watch dubbed Garmin Enduro is deigned not only to endure the most extreme of weather conditions but also the most rigorous usage with an extended battery life stretching up to 65 days!
The Garmin Enduro smartwatch is described as a new “ultraperformance GPS watch”. It packs a 1.4-inch OLED display that is said to be optimized for use under sunlight with a resolution of 280 x 280 pixels. The watch is said to come with solar charging feature
The battery capacity wasn’t revealed but despite the long usage time touted, the watch still is an lightweight device, weighing just 72g for the steel variant and 58g for the titanium model. There are several modes and the 65 days usage is possible in “smartwatch mode” whne it is used with solar. On the battery saver mode, the watch is said to last up to 1 year with solar charging.
The watch comes with GPS and all the top features you’ll find on a regular smartwatch. Features like continuous heart rate monitoring, advanced sleep tracking, blood oxygen saturation level, and several other sensors and tools tailored towards enhancing health and wellbeing of the user. The watch can be paired with a smartphone and is compatible with Android and iOS.
The Garmin Enduro smartwatch surprising comes with a staggering price tag of $799.99 for the steel model. If you’d like to go for the titanium variant that one will set you apart $899.99. The wearble device is already on sale on Garmin‘s website.
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