Garmin Enduro review

Two-minute review

The Garmin Enduro is a brand new range in the company's already colossal collection of running watches, and it’s one that’s firmly aimed at endurance athletes.

Garmin Enduro review

That’s because along with getting a lot of the great sports tracking and outdoor features you’ll find on its top-end Forerunner and Fenix ranges, Garmin is promising seriously big battery life too. It can go up to 65 days in smartwatch mode (when you factor in solar power) and offer anywhere from 70-80 hours of GPS battery life.

On the sports tracking front, it introduces some features that have since rolled out to other Garmin watches, including the ability to view VO2 Max for trail runs, an ultra running mode that offers a rest timer for when hitting aid stations during races and an improved version of its ClimbPro mode.

All of the key features you’d expect to find on a top end Garmin are there like full satellite support, a heart rate monitor, a pulse ox monitor, 24/7 fitness tracking and smartwatch features like notifications and payments.