Garmin Rino 110 - 2 in. Handheld GPS Receiver
The Garmin Rino 110 FRS/GMRS 2-Way Radio with GPS offers 22 total FRS and GMRS channels with 38 squelch codes to help you find a private... Read More
The Garmin Rino 110 FRS/GMRS 2-Way Radio with GPS offers 22 total FRS and GMRS channels with 38 squelch codes to help you find a private channel and a position-reporting feature that allows you to send your exact location to other Rino users so they can see it on the map page. The radio features a 4-level grayscale LCD for clear viewing and is IPX7 waterproof for all-weather use. A hunt/fish calendar, sun and moon information and area calculation help keep you informed, and the VOX communication feature allows for hands-free use. Minimize
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Product Review Summary
10 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jan 28, 2004
Garmin brings life to FRS/GMRS with GPS
Pros: Size, features, radio, and GPS location sending
Cons: Color options, battery use.
Jul 22, 2004
Excellant entry level receiver
Pros: Very easy to use, Many features, Compact, integrated FRS & GMRS.
Cons: buttons are small and sometimes difficult to use. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 29, 2004
Pros: Best little GPS I've ever used in the field, water or driving!
Cons: directions, they seem to be repetitive in some areas. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 11, 2003
Garmin Rino 110: You Cannot Get Lost With this GPS Radio
Pros: Ease of use, accuracy, ability to track, retrace, and communicate
Cons: Limited battery, communication involves others having Rino 110
Nov 9, 2006
A good entry level GPS
Pros: Easy To learn Interface, games, unique Identification Icons
Cons: No data Cable Thumbstick for data entry is tedious, looses reception in heavy tree cover
Nov 15, 2006
Good and Not so good
Pros: GPS works more or less as expected
Cons: Radio is virtually useless in the woods. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 4, 2007
Dont buy if having the radio option is part of your deciding factor
Pros: GPS by its self no problem
Cons: The rest not worth the money buy a compass Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 9, 2004
Garmin 110 -- Only If You Really Enjoy Being Frustrated
Pros: The yellow case makes it easy to find after throwing the unit in utter frustration.
Cons: Everything about this unit was unbearable. Stick to a map and compass.
Jan 10, 2004
Garmin 110? Get Ready for Problems!
Pros: I got my money refunded!!
Cons: Very difficult to use. Be ready to call the Garmin tech help lines alot!
Oct 4, 2004
garmin 110 started off good, but went bad
Pros: Good display, pretty easy to use. Fair battery life.
Cons: Became problematic, unreliable and ultimately unusable.