The Garmin Rino 120 combines GPS navigation with two-way radio communications. It’s 8 MB of memory also allows you to transfer maps and data from Garmin products such as Topo US and Fishing Hot Spots.
Compared to the Rino 110, the Rino 120 has a better base map, more memory (8 MB vs. 1 MB), voice scrambler and vibration alerts. Step up to the Rino 130 and you’ll get even more memory (24 MB), a larger tracklog capacity, NOAA weather radio, an electronic compass and barometric altimeter.
There are dozens of customer reviews of the Rino 120 to read at Amazon.
Here’s what others are saying about the Rino 120:
- The editors at CNet gave a 7.6 out of 10 rating in their Rino 120 review. Customer reviews there weren’t quite as kind.
- GPSInformation.net reviews the Rino 120 and 110.
- Optics4Birding chimes in as well with a review of the Rino 120 and 110.
- BackpackingLight.com gives a weak 2.0 out of 5.0 rating in their Garmin Rino 120 review.
Here are some other Rino 120 resources:
- A PDF version of the Rino 120 owners manual.
- Want to see how the 120 stacks up against other Rinos? Use this Garmin GPS comparison tool.
- There is an active Garmin Rino message forum at Yahoo.
- A nice example of using the polling feature to find a lost Rino.
- The official Garmin Rino 120 web page.
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