Garmin Rino 110 Handheld GPS Receiver
With the Garmin Rino 110 portable GPS receiver, you can easily locate your friends. This Garmin touchscreen GPS lets you find the location... Read More
With the Garmin Rino 110 portable GPS receiver, you can easily locate your friends. This Garmin touchscreen GPS lets you find the location of your friends instantly and accurately with its unique position reporting function. This portable GPS receiver also allows saving up to 500 waypoints - favorite locations. The Garmin Rino 110 also tracks and reports your current speed, maximum speed, and all the saved or ‘coming up’ POI. This Garmin touchscreen GPS radio receiver gives you 14 FRS channels for a 2-mile range, and 7 GMRS channels for 5 mile range of connectivity. Weighing only 7.6 oz, it is pretty lightweight to be carried in your shirt pocket. Minimize
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.
Excellent new venture adding GPS location sending to FRS/GMRS two-way radio service. Read More at Epinions.com
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
A great safety and tracking tool for those in a small group. Read More at Epinions.com
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
Recommended for an entry level gps user or one who wants basic, no frills, and for groups such as hunters for both communication and location services Read More at Epinions.com
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.
Avoid it, unless you really enjoy being frustrated. This unit does not function as easily as its marketing would have you believe. Read More at Epinions.com
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!
The Garmin 110 proved to be woefully bad: incomprehensible owner manuals, impossible to figure features of the machine. Get ready to call the tech help desk a lot! Read More at Epinions.com
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.
I would not recommend the garmin 110 because it will develop problems in time. Read More at Epinions.com