Deal | Garmin Enduro smartwatch now up to US$440 off
The Garmin Enduro smartwatch is selling for the lowest price in 30 days at Amazon US. Customers can save 50% or US$400 on the Steel with Gray UltraFit Nylon Strap model, which typically retails for US$799.99; the wearable is currently offered for US$399. The more expensive Carbon Gray DLC Titanium with Black UltraFit Nylon Strap version is also discounted, with 49% or US$440.99 off the US$899.99 RRP, allowing you to buy the watch for US$459.
The Enduro is a GPS smartwatch with Multi-GNSS support, which you can use to track your exercise and view your precise location. Features like a Trail Run VO2 max tracker and heart rate sensor allow you to monitor your fitness, and a daily suggested workout tool gives you exercise ideas based on your recent performance. Other features of the wearable include notifications when paired with your smartphone and contactless payments.
The gadget can last up to 80 hours in GPS Mode or 300 hours in max battery mode, and solar charging capabilities allow the device to run for up to 65 days. The watch has a 1.4-in (~35.56 mm) display, protected by Power Glass, with a 280 px x 280 px resolution. Both models are relatively lightweight, with the steel version weighing 71 g (~2.50 oz) and the titanium edition weighing 61 g (~2.15 oz). It is unclear how long these deals on the Garmin Enduro smartwatch at Amazon in the US will last.
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