Strong GPS and radio performance; rugged design; reasonably priced; extra memory and applications....Small buttons; sensitive Click Stick; no low-battery alarm....The RINO uses three AA alkaline cells (not included) or an optional rechargeable nickel-metal-hydride battery pack...However, this is a minor flaw in an otherwise well-designed product...You get built-in Americas Highways and Marine...
"I've had two Garmin 120s and one Garmin 130 for years..."
"On the other hand I think there are two main design problems..."
"If you have to have a rino, get a different model.) I love the concept, but I can't recommend any product that can no longer communicate..."
Average rating from 17 reviews
Garmin RINO 120 Review - GPS - CNET Reviews
"The GPS functions are also good..."
"Recommend! A+ well worth the price you pay not as powerful as the latest versions in connecting with satelites I've worked with Search and Rescue for five years now and i've worked with this gps the whole time..."
"The one drawback is the satellite reception is not as good as the more expensive models..."
"I would give the overall rating a 9.5 for features and ease of usage as well as durabillity, but when used with BRAND NEW batteries on TWO different 110s and a 120 I could not get more than 3 hours use of them nomatter how I changed the settings..."
"I highly recommend to anyone who might have use for both capbilities..."
"If I did this again I would get a good GPS and a good 14 mile radio..."