Garmin Rino 750

Garmin Rino 750
$549.95
Rino 750 by Garmin
Price subject to change | SKU: GRM007Q

Garmin Rino 750

The Garmin Rino 750 is a 5W FRS/GMRS two-way radio that allows you to communicate with fellow Rino 750 users by voice or text message when windy conditions or noise-sensitive endeavors arise when you're hunting, hiking, or trail running. The three-inch screen is easy to read in bright sunlight and features a touchscreen that can be used with a gloved or non-gloved hand. It features a high-sensitivity GPS and GLONASS satellite reception that provides better tracking in tough, varied terrain than GPS alone. Unique to this series is the Position Reporting, which allows you to send your exact location to other Rino users. To achieve such a specific location, the Rino relies on the GPS and GLONASS receiver, as well as a quad helix antenna to identify location. The barometric altimeter and three-axis compass help maintain bearings without having to keep the unit totally steady or level. A worldwide shaded-relief basemap ensures that you're able to see your surroundings. However, should you desire additional maps or more detailed information, the Rino makes it easy to install additional maps thanks to the microSD slot or Garmin's free Custom Maps software). Additionally, the Rino 750 is equipped with an emergency alert system that shares your location with other Rino 700 users, and it tells you where the exact position of help is as it makes its way towards you. The active weather portion of the Rino forecasts and tracks weather in real-time, giving you the edge you need when you're out in the backcountry--simply pair the Rino with a compatible smartphone and the Garmin connect app for real-time alerts, coverage, and conditions. A built-in NO weather radio helps you avoid potentially hazardous conditions and features specific area message encoding, so you're able to see warnings and watch county by county. And, the Rino is bluetooth compatible, so you're able to link it with a headset or smartphone.

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