Pros:Know exactly where you hunting buddies are, always have a radio with you, convenient GUI.
Cons:Batteries don't last long, radio reception, joystick is tricky.
I've enjoyed having my Rino 120. It is a great piece of gear. Navigating the features makes sense, it's easy to mark way-points.
Recommend this product?
One of the best features is the ability to see the location of other people carrying a Rino. My hunting buddy lost his GPS this year, we found it using mine.
It is easy to do just about everything on this GPS, with the exception that the joystick doesn't always respond as expected.
The radio transmission is strong, but I've experienced poor reception from time to time. I carry a separate radio, but I usually use the rino because I've always got it turned on and accessible.
Batteries don't last long in these units, 1-2 days of hunting for 3 new AA batteries is about all you can expect.