The original Garmin Enduro lived up to its name by offering stupendous battery life, but unless you really craved the joy of only charging your watch once a month, it was a hard sell when compared with the best running watches, like the Garmin Fenix 7. That’s because, as I noted in my Garmin Enduro review, it was more expensive but lacked features such as music storage and maps – compromises presumably made to free up room for a bigger battery.

With the Garmin Enduro 2 you no longer have to choose between features and battery life. It’s packed with all of Garmin’s best sports tracking features and now has music and maps, along with the monster battery life. The watch is the new top dog in Garmin’s range – and has a price to match. 

Garmin Enduro 2: Price And Availability





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