Summary: I bought it for my brother for Christmas cause that's what everyone else in the family has so I'd be sure it was compatible. Can't find them in stores around here anymore so I was glad to find it & be able to purchase it on Amazon.
Summary: We have many sets of radios as we use them for airsoft and paintballing. When we decided to buy a 2in1 system (GPS and radio) we deicided to look at these. The GPS unit is awesome. When using the radio, I find that the batteries drain a little too fast.
Summary: If your looking for a GPS/Radio period this is the unit you need. Forget all the fancy gimics you wont use, 3D, color, computer downloadable this is just the basic unit for getting into and out of the woods while still being able to communicate with your hunting or hiking party.
Summary: I've had two Garmin rino 120s and one Garmin 130 for years. Although they are not the 110 of course, all of my comments apply to the 110 as well since within this model range they are based upon the same basic design. PROs: My family uses them all the time when we're out riding our bikes.
Summary: i have a large famiy, about 35 people. 75% of us have rinos. 110, 120, 130, 520, 530. all different types, sizes, color screens, bells and whistles. out of all of them, this is the most cost effective unit, that does basically everthing all the others do, for considerably less money.
Summary: We have not been abloe to get the Garmin Rino to fwork. if we leave the building all we get is a disturbance on line. they work if within 20 feet but once out of building they quite receiving or sending. we request money back on these items.