Garmin’s New Fitness Tracking Watch Can Last 80 Days with Solar Charging

Garmin has launched a new multisport smartwatch – the Enduro, for endurance athletes with an added solar charging spec.

Enduro has a long-lasting battery lasting up to 70 days when fully charged and with it added solar charging feature, you can easily extend its life to 80 days. Not sure how many hours you need to be in the sun for this, but start with 3 hours daily to activate this gizmo.

While this wearable has basic fitness tracking features, it also has advanced metrics that make it perfect for the endurance athlete and helps them get the best out of their activity. For cyclists, it provides current information on gradient, elevation gain, and distance. And for ultrarunners, there is an Ultrarun mode with a rest timer for tracking how long you spend at aid stations.

Despite all of these high-end features, Garmin’s watch is available for just $899.

If you want to look at more fitness tracking watch options, look at Fitbit.

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