Summary: These radios are really horrible. We use them hunting in northern Michigan and the range (in the long-range channels) is pathetic and worthless. They are frustrating and not worth the bother. Plus they chew through batteries very quick - less than 2 hours of use is what we experienced.
Summary: PROs: I've had two Garmin 120s and one Garmin 130 for years. My family uses them all the time when we're out riding our bikes. I especially like them at amusement parks because we sometimes split up, and over reasonable distances can use them to communicate and find each other.
Summary: The gps i purchased was nothing like the condition described by the seller. Gps was not in good condition. It would not hold a charge for more than a half hour and would heat up so much I thought it would melt. So buyer beware products not like described.
Summary: GPS signal is very poor. I ordered two of these and a month and a half later one of them already is malfunctioning and I cannot return or exchange it because I've had it over a month. I would not buy this item again or recommend it.
Summary: My unit is in Iraq in combat. We made the mistake of purchasing 30 of these units, 1 for each soldier and they are a disaster. They lock up continually for no reason, whether using only the GPS or only the radio or both.
Summary: Looking for an FRS radio and GBS in one unit? This is not it - Yet! FRS communications are garbled and intermittent between other 120's and Motorola handhelds. Per Garmin support, microphone and speaker have problems working together. Software fix to adjust mic gain fail to fix the problem.