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The Rino 120 is state-of-the-art GPS navigation and two-way communications combined, with enough memory to download detailed mapping for driving, hiking, hunting, fishing or just about anything else you can dream up. Take a 3D tour It s waterproof and can beam your exact location to another Rino user within a two-mile range (on the FRS spectrum) using Position Reporting . The radio functionality of the Rino 120 provides two-way communications for up to two miles (using FRS channels), and you can talk to friends or family who own conventional FRS radios. There s also a voice scrambler and a vibration mode for silent calls. The Rino 120 has a built-in basemap consisting of American road and highway detail, along with 8 MB of internal memory for downloading additional road, street, and points-of-interest data from MapSource MetroGuide , Fishing Hot Spots , Topo, or BlueChart CD-ROMs. The PC-interface cable also comes with the Rino 120.
Garmin Rino 120 - 2 in. Handheld GPS Receiver
$174.46 - $312.75
pros: A competent navigation aid. Keeps you in touch with others and shows where they are.
cons: It's bloody expensive. Missing a few key features like a card slot, compass, and beacon.
Talk, Navigate, and Track! It Does It All -- Almost.
If the Garmin Rino were sold on late night TV infomercials, the sales pitch would go something like... See Full Review
pros: Easy for any age to use. Stay in contact with your kids by using display.
cons: Battery life short. Use battery saver feature and turn volume down to extend life.
A Rock Solid, Dependable and widely used piece of Hardcore Gear!
I own both the Rino 110 and Rino 120. Both models are light weight, easy to use and are PACKED with... See Full Review
pros: Know exactly where you hunting buddies are, always have a radio with you, convenient GUI.
cons: Batteries don't last long, radio reception, joystick is tricky.
I love my Rino 120
I've enjoyed having my Rino 120. It is a great piece of gear. Navigating the features makes sense, i... See Full Review
pros: Location sending, FRS/GMRS two-way radio, size, durability
cons: Battery life and power button placement
Two way comms and GPS for fishing - WOW!
Garmin has been an industry leader in Global Positioning Service (GPS) for a long time. There really... See Full Review
pros: Awesome concept, great execution, seamless radio/GPS interface.
cons: Legendary Garmin crappy GPS reception. Little memory for custom maps.
A great concept in its second generation
My other reviews on GPSs focus on Magellans, which I consider to be a superior product with better s... See Full Review
pros: wonderful GPS system, and peer to peer
cons: as radios... horrible really need to work that aspect out. disappointing.
garmin radio quality
So far I love the GPS and peer to peer aspects of the garmin 120, if only the radio actually worked.... See Full Review
pros: Contains everything a person needs, Radio, GPS and topo's. Very accurate GPS.
cons: Can not trust provided belt clip.
I purchased two Rinos for Hunter Education class presentations. Spent time in dense forest evaluatin... See Full Review
pros: Battery life, GPS accuracy, features, concept
cons: Radio is simply useless. Not exaggerating.
GPS is great. Radio has caused me lots of troubles. On first hunting trip, nobody could hear me, I t... See Full Review
pros: Good GPS function, convenient size for hunting/hiking.
cons: Poor radio function. Very limited compatibility with other mapping and Topo software.
Good GPS, lousy radio.
Bought this unit with a friend to use for hunting. I wish I had read some reviews first. We found th... See Full Review
pros: Good GPS accuracy.
cons: GMRS/FRS radio is a joke.
The gps works great when connected to a satellite and has very good accuracy.Now the gmrs/frs radio... See Full Review
|Enhanced accuracy||WAAS enabled|
|Receiver Type||12 Channels|
|GPS Type||Handheld (Outdoor)|
|Screen Size||2 in.|
|Input Method||Thumb Stick|
|Map capabilities||Internal, Download maps|
|Resolutions||160 x 160|
|Display Size||1.4 in. x 1.4 in.|
|Display Type||LCD Display|
|Special Features||Waypoint Icons|
|Marine Features||Fishing Calcluator|
|Grids||Lat/Lon, MGRS, UTM, Loran TD position format, Maidenhead|
|Included Software/Maps||Marine Cartography, North America Maps, South America Maps|
|Trip calculator||Maximum speed, Current speed, Trip Timers, Time of sunrise/sunset, Track Log, Points-of-Interest (POI)|
|Audible Features||Proximity Alarm|
|Environmental Protection||IPX7 Waterproof Standard|
|Number of routes||20|
|Accuisition Time - Cold||45 sec|
|Accuisition Time - Initial Time||15 sec|
|Enhanced position accuracy||< 10 feet|
|Differential standards||DGPS Ready|
|Update rate||1 per second, continuous|
|Max. Horizontal accuracy||< 49 feet|
|Battery Life||Up to 28 Hours|
|Battery Type||3 x AA Batteries|
|Family Line||Garmin Rino|