Garmin Enduro: Built to last and crammed with features

Everything has been designed to be lightweight, so nothing is weighing you down

Garmin has a good reputation for making sports watches that last the distance. Its latest, the Enduro, is built to last even the toughest conditions, aimed at those who like to put themselves through punishing races and endurance events.

The multisport watch has a 1.4in display that includes Garmin’s solar glass to keep the battery topped up for up to 80 hours in GPS mode and 300 in maximum-battery mode.

It comes with Garmin’s training features: a special trail run VO2 max that adjusts for the varying trail and terrain conditions that can affect run performance; an ultrarun feature for logging how long you spend at rest stations; and ClimbPro, which gives you real-time information on your current and upcoming climbs.

Everything has been designed to be lightweight, from the bezel to the band, to make sure nothing is weighing you down.