Summary: purchased for ATV rides off the trails in deep woods like the compact size and options available cannot compare as this is my 1st hand held gps model owned should come with better base maps I would have paid more to have completely set up vs having to search and pay separately and then download
Summary: i have owned this unit for 6 plus years,just bought another for my son. in thick cover or steep terrain the walkie talkies do have a limited range, but still work well.. thick canopy of forest will affect gps also, but it still works great overall.. have had walkie talkies work out to 10 or more miles on open terrain. very happy with the 110... performance cant be matched at this price..
Summary: I bought two GPS two way radios to track my son when on hikes and at deer lease. They work great in the city as well as the countryside. At all times we know where each other is at thanks to the technology of the GPS features. Excellent radio for outings. The only thing I don't like about the radios is there is no SD Memory card slot. I can tolerant it. Go for the Garmin 120s for that. These radios have a removable belt clip that is stronger than other radios belt clips.
Summary: This is used by my husband in Afghanistan to keep him and his squad out of harms way and to make sure they know exactly where the enemy troops are!!!! This is one of the things that is keeping my husband alive over there, so I would definitely say that it is completely worth the money that we spent on this!!
Summary: The talkies are low grade as compared to the data supplied. They except chatter from all over and the distance that is supposed to be guarenteed heck I lost communications just up the street from my home. They are too difficult for kids even 12 year olds and the display is so blurred and low grade I have difficulty even with glasses reading it. i took them back immediately and will make sure I use consumer reports next time when I buy something of this magnitude.