Garmin Rino 130 2 in. Handheld GPS Receiver

Garmin Rino 130 2 in. Handheld GPS Receiver

4.40 4.4 (read 3 reviews)
Key Features
2 in.
Handheld
Internal, Download maps
WAAS enabled
12 Channels

The Rino 130 is the most feature-rich unit in the Rino family with a built-in electronic compass barometric sensor weather receiver for seven NOAA weather channels and 24 MBs of internal memory This handheld radio has a built-in electronic compass to give a heading while the user is standing still and a barometric altimeter to provide extremely accurate elevation and pressure information which will assist users in identifying weather data The Rino 130 provides two-way radio communication with a transmission range of up to two miles using FRS channels and up to five miles with GMRS The integration of two-way radio and GPS enables users to transmit their position with a simple button press allowing others to navigate to their position The Rino 130 also has a polling feature which allows a user to manually request GPS location information from other Rino units

Product Feature Chart

Product MPN

010-00270-23

Technical Features

Waypoint Icons, Compass, Built-In Altimeter
Proximity Alarm
Maximum speed, Current speed
Marine Cartography, North America Maps
Lat/Lon, MGRS, UTM, Loran TD position format, Maidenhead

GPS System

45 sec
15 sec
1 per second, continuous
< 9.84 feet
< 10 feet
DGPS Ready
20
500

Miscellaneous

Garmin Rino
753759031978
21779815

Display

1.4 in. x 1.4 in.
LCD Display
160 X 160

Other Features

Serial RS-232, NMEA-0183
24 MB
IPX7 Waterproof Standard
Quadrifilar Helix

Battery

3 x AA Batteries
Up to 28 Hours

Warranty

1 Year

Dimensions

2.3 in.
1.6 in.
4.5 in.
0.48 lb.

Product Reviews

Great GPS for outdoor use Jul 8, 2007
5.00 5/5.0
Pros:
Easy to use, never fails. Durable.
Cons:
Radio Speed of acquisition slow

A Good Combination of Two Devices Dec 30, 2006
4.00 4/5.0
Pros:
Feature-packed, professional equipment, accurate, compact
Cons:
Expensive, somewhat durable, short battery life, had some compatibility issues

Review: This is a great product, my second and probably not my last Garmin. I would highly recommend it.

A Friend In Need Jul 27, 2006
4.00 4/5.0
Pros:
Good value, 130 features worth the money, relatively waterproof
Cons:
Battery hog, learning curve, OK radio capabilities

Review: These are great units for the money, just don't expect miracles. Fairly durable and great features.

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