Mobvoi’s TicWatch Pro 5 Enduro takes Wear OS one step Further


As a follow-up to its TicWatch Pro 5 flagship wearable from last year, Mobvoi recently announced the launch of a newer, more souped-up model with the TicWatch Pro 5 Enduro. One could say that the Enduro builds on the strengths of its predecessor, giving TicWatch fans the essentials and more.

The Pro 5 Enduro comes with a slightly updated design when compared to the base model Pro 5 – this includes slight changes to the bezel and strap design, a sapphire crystal covering for the watch’s dual screen, as well as up to 90 hours of battery life on a single charge, which users can boost up to 45 days in Essential Mode. Mobvoi also says that they’ve added changes to the rotating crown’s design for a smoother user experience.

For metrics, users can view essential data like heart rate, pace, and distance directly on the low-power display, which can also integrate with popular apps like Strava, adidas Running, and Nike Run Club. Mobvoi has also introduced an enhanced TicExercise app, with a multitude of new exercise options including cross-country skiing and more.

Of course, all the other staples such as SPO2 monitoring, heart rate tracking, VO2 Max and Recovery Time measurement are all present, although Mobvoi has introduced the addition of Snore Detection, which will feature insights for sleep habits, quality, and such. Of course, this whole setup runs on Wear OS, so users get access to essentials such as Google Maps and Wallet, for example.

The TicWatch Pro 5 Enduro is available now starting at $349.99 in a Black color model.

Mike Viray
A writer and content creator with a love for tech and music, Mike is also an avid gamer as well. He and his wife are big fans of Mario Kart.

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