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|Carry the Garmin Rino 120 navigator along, so that you never get lost while looking for a new and unknown destination. The 160 x 160 pixels, 4-level grayscale LCD of this Garmin handheld GPS device delivers a crystal clear image output of your destination. The GMRS radio plus GPS navigator feature of this Garmin GPS receiver has a built-in basemap and vibrate mode that ensures you stay in contact at all times. The waterproof construct of this Garmin handheld GPS device adds to its overall durability factor. Access any one of the 500 waypoints to your favorite locations instantly, with this Garmin GPS receiver. Power-up the Garmin Rino 120 navigator with a set of universally available 3 AA batteries, to enjoy a superior run time of up to 15 hours.|
|MPN||0014978226729A, 010-00270-02, 010-00270-02 0100027002A1, 010-00270-22, 0100027002A1, 100027002, 100027062, 2004NGRM0027062, 2005NGRM0027062, 247583, 34989498887, 358-0100027022, GMN0100027002, HL-00270-02, M2004S14832, RINO120|
|UPC||025282046195, 53759031962, 689076630887, 753759031961, 753759040932, 753759045388, 777786104115, 854432491499|
|Map Capabilities||Download maps, Internal|
|User Interface||Thumb Stick|
|WAAS Features||WAAS enabled|
|Number of Channels||12 Channels|
|Display Size||1.4 in. x 1.4 in.|
|Display Type||LCD Display|
|Resolutions||160 X 160|
|Marine Features||Fishing Calcluator|
|Audible Features||Proximity Alarm|
|Trip calculator||Current speed, Maximum speed, Points-of-Interest (POI), Time of sunrise/sunset, Track Log, Trip Timers|
|Included Software/Maps||Marine Cartography, North America Maps, South America Maps|
|Accuisition Time - Cold||45 sec|
|Accuisition Time - Initial Time||15 sec|
|Update Rate||1 per second, continuous|
|Max. Horizontal Accuracy||< 49 feet|
|WAAS Position Accuracy||< 10 feet|
|Battery Type and Quantity||3 x AA Batteries|
|Battery Life||15 Hours|
|PC Interface||NMEA-0183, Serial RS-232|
|Environmental Protection||IPX7 Waterproof Standard|
|Antenna Type||Quadrifilar Helix|
Strong GPS and radio performance; rugged design; reasonably priced; extra memory and applications.
Small buttons; sensitive Click Stick; no low-battery alarm.
Spend the extra money for the RINO 120; it's all you'll ever need in a navigation/communication device.
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of customers recommend this product
I now have three. I bought my first a couple years ago (rino 130)after getting split up from the group on sleds. I got stuck and it took me over an hour to get out by myself. this I know was not suposed to happen but it did. you never leave your group but if you saw the snow I found you would understand.... Now I never go on an ATV trip or sled trip without it. infact I bought my wife hers(120) last year and now I have this 120 for my son. it is much more than a way to talk it is safety and knowing that you will be able to find everyone at all times. it is piece of mind and a must have.
don't hold off get one before your next trip and spend some time getting used to it. it may take a bit but you will catch on and even if you only use it a couple times a year it is worth it and don't sell it because you did not use it enough. if you use it once and it saves you time and safety on the trail once it paid for it self and now you can use if for free for ever.
Always keep an extra set of batteries with you at all times. if you use the GPS it can take some battery power. just be prepared and be safe take it and use it.
also get the black and or orange bash guards to pertect the unit and then the lanyard that goes around your neck. I also always put a screen protector on right away when they are new so the screens stay nice and new looking. my 130 is 3yrs old now and it still looks like new because of the bash guard and the screen pertector.
if you need the compus when you are standing still get the 130 that is an excellent feature and the extra map storage is good to but the compas on the 130 was the main thing for me.
have fun and take your family out to enjoy the outdoors and tread lightly we need to keep this for our kids kids too remember.
Used the unit for hunting. After a long hike in the backwoods, you don't want to lose your trophy buck or elk. Mark the spot and make as many trips as needed and find the spot each time. Great way to locate your friends so you don't cross each others trails also. The newer ones have more features but they aren't really needed for outdoor use. You still have to know how to use a map.
The rino 120 is a great tool for all outdoor activity. I wasn't sure how I would like the toggle control at first but soon realized that it was actually much easier and easy to navigate through the features with one hand. This was a decision that I was glad I made. The peer to peer positioning makes it safe for us to elk hunt seperately knowing where each other is located.
Have been using the Garmin Rino 120 for a few years now. Had to replace one due to loss. These units do everything you want them to as described. FRS is never great when in the woods, but when unobstructed, it reaches out. GPS functions very well, and the inter-operability of these units is great. The display is b/w, but you can spend way more for color screen. I don't need it. Highly recommend you get one of these.
I am an outdoorsman.I have had hunting radios and a garmin gps. When these came out my buddies wanted me to buy one and I said no. I had 3 radios and 1 gps vista I did not know how to use. What got me to buy was, you can see on your map page where your other buddies are if they have a Rino. So instead of carrying two different items I broke down and bought two. I am now a scout advisor and I have four. You can buy one with more bells and whistles but why? You will need to spend some time learning how to use, but well worth it. Find a buddy that has one or any kid and they will teach you faster. You can also download maps into these.They also tell you how fast you are going walking, riding mules, or driving. Get pulled over show the officer, unless you really were speeding. Great place to buy is ebay. I bought all mine here and they are great. Best of luck and have fun with it. DW