In February 2021, Garmin presented its ambitious Enduro model, a more than ambitious proposal with solar charging, steel and titanium finishes, and the promise of lasting up to two months with normal use.
The second generation of the Enduro is now official, and the specifications are still very high-end. We tell you all the technical features of the new Garmin Enduro 2.
Garmin Enduro 2 technical specifications
|Garmin Enduro 2|
|Dimensions and Weight||51 x 51 x 15.9 mm|
70 grams of weight
Resolution 280 x 280 pixels
|Battery||Up to 34/46 days with solar charge|
Up to 111/550 days in saving mode
Up to 150 hours of GPS with solar charge
|Sensors||GPS, Glonass, Galileo, gyro, accelerometer, thermometer, pulse oximeter, barometer, heart rate|
|Compatibility||iOS and Android|
|Extras||10 ATM water resistance Contactless|
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Garmin’s all-terrain beast
The Enduro 2 is one of Garmin’s most ambitious proposals. It is a solar-charged watch that can exceed two months of autonomy without too much trouble. It repeats with a 1.4-inch panel, with 280×280 resolution and sapphire coated screen. The panel’s touch interface has been revamped, making it easier to access the watch’s functions, according to Garmin.
The key to Garmin is in sports measurement and is that this Enduro 2 can analyze cardiovascular fitness (VO2), has rest timers for ultramarathon runners, GPS record of the routes, information to plan the slopes of the route, with data about the current slope and the one to come.
It is also able to tell us what is the right pace to run according to the terrain conditions, make forecasts of our running times, and, at the level of maps, it simply has no rivals. It shows us the name of the trails, the detailed terrain mapping, etc.
It does not lack integrated apps, with preinstalled activity profiles for multiple sports, a multi-led flashlight function, topographic maps of several continents, and health measurements such as sleep, respiration, pulse oximetry, and hydration, among others.