Rhino 120

Written by Tadashi Moody
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The Rhino 120 offers you the best in two-way communication, combined with standard GPS capabilities. The Rhino, or Radio Integrated Navigation Outdoors, has a large built-in memory so that you can download maps and updates. Best of all, it's a versatile unit that allows you to transfer use from car, to trails, or even boats for a day on the water.

Superior Functionality with the Rhino 120

Few GPS units are quite as mobile as the Rhino 120. With a waterproof exterior, you can take this GPS unit from the car to the boat, with no problems whatsoever. You can even send your exact location to another Rhino user, within a 2-mile range. By using this mode of position reporting, you can communicate with other GPS and FRS users alike.

If you'd prefer to communicate in privacy, the Rhino 120 has both vibration mode and voice scrambler options. With 22 communication channels at your fingertips, you can select from 1-14 FRS, or alternatively 15-22 GMRS. Also available for use are 38 sub-audible squelch codes for every single transmission channel, to help you secure semi-private radio conversation.

Like other Garmin GPS products, the Rhino 120 comes packaged with a built-in basemap, which shows U.S. roads and highways in high detail. You can also download road, street, and local points-of-interest information to the device. Your options are endless with 8 MB of memory, and software CDs such as Garmin MapSource® MetroGuide®, Fishing Hot Spots™, Topo, or BlueChart® from which to choose.

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