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Garmin Rino 650 Two-Way Radio with GPS

   

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The Garmin® Rino® 650 combines a 5 W FRS/GMRS radio with a 2.6'' user-friendly color touchscreen GPS. Loaded with navigation and communication features you will want on your next outing, the Rino 650 is preloaded with Worldwide DEM map and offers enhanced mapping support with TOPO 24K and BirdsEye Satellite Imaging (subscription required). Additional features include: weather radio; Premium HotFix receiver; 3-axis compass; barometric altimeter; 1.7 GB memory; MicroSD card slot (card not included); wireless unit-to-unit data transfer. Runs up to 14 hours on lithium-ion battery pack (included).

  • Preloaded with Worldwide DEM map
  • 2.6'' 65K-color LCD touch screen with 160x240 pixels
  • Enhanced mapping support (TOPO 24K, BirdsEye®)
  • Weather radio  
  • Premium HotFix® receiver  
  • 1.7 GB memory
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5 Year user of Rinos I have been using Rino 530hx's and now combination of 530's and 650's for about 5 years now. I use them throughout the mid west for white tail hunting, fishing and hiking, but mainly use the advanced Rino features while elk hunting in Rockies. We have had great success with using them on elk hunts and in the rockies, After 5 years of using rino's we would not go without them! However there are some cons and pitfalls: Maps are incredibly expensive, the radio features are solid and work well (if you understand the way two way radios work and that they cannot transmit through a mountain!), all users need to be competent at using the devices(can't just hand one to someone and expect them to have much success using it effectively), my biggest gripe with my 650 is the fact that when the battery power gets below 50% it cuts my radio transmission power from 5watts to 2 watts and I have found no way to override this. Overall great products and i have been recommending them to buddies for awhile now. They have helped us to harvest multiple elk and pack them out in the same day, due to the ability to contact the other hunters in the group and give them the exact location of the down animal. I also leave one with my wife when I'm out whitetail hunting alone and it gives her great comfort to be able to talk to me and see where I am at. January 11, 2015
Texting and Buddy locator don't work in field I have personally worked with several of these units and had to return them all, since their key features really don't work. They texting works so little, you can never count on it, plus there is no way to know your partner got the message, which never sends anyway. Also, it is a 50/50 shot if you can actually locate your hunting partner. Garmin refuses to actually even believe they have a problem. BASS pro has been great. Great idea for a product, but too many bugs to buy it until Garmin fixes their bugs, unless you just want a good radio and great gps signal, poor screen, for $500. December 9, 2013
Peer to Peer does not work!!! i have used this for 2 months. the ping feature and peer to peer DO NOT WORK as advertised. If you decide to try it, Make sure you keep your reciept and buy it good seller like Basspro, who will take it back when you find it doesn't work. The radio and GPS are fine, but we bought this to find "Down" hunting buddies or track their movements. Doesn't work. Texting is terrible. Maybe garmin with upgrade the software soon. December 11, 2013
How can it work so poorly I bought this to take my fishing buddies on the lake, but it seldom works. I could track one of my friends a few times, but the other one never works. I had to return it. The radio works fine. December 29, 2013
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Yes this is waterproof, not sure of the rating but I have completely submerged mine multiple times with no issues.
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The Garmin Rino 650 is waterproof to IPX7 standards.
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can you use this unit and be able to do paperless geocaching. Also can you use it on the road to get to one place to another
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The GPS works great, but the screen is really to small for going paperless. This unit is best meant for hunters trying to stay in contact, however there are many glitches with the texting and buddy ping features.
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Yes, this unit is Geocaching-Friendly. http://www8.garmin.com/outdoor/geocaching/. Yes, you can use on the road to get from one place to another.

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The device comes with a worldwide basemap with shaded relief, so you can navigate anywhere with ease. Adding more maps is easy with Garmin's wide array of detailed topographic, marine and road maps. With its microSD™ card slot, Rino 650 lets you load TOPO U.S. 24K maps and hit the trail or plug in BlueChart® g2 preloaded cards for a great day on the water. The device also supports BirdsEye Satellite Imagery (subscription required), that lets you download satellite images to your device and integrate them with your maps. In addition, Rino 650 is compatible with Custom Maps, free software that transforms paper and electronic maps into downloadable maps for your device.

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can you use this to talk with people with a two way radio that is not a rino or and how many people can you talk to for other people.
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Yes, I have had great success using these units with other two way radios.
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Yes you can. FRS and GMRS frequencies.
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According to Garmin the Rino 650 can be easily used to communicate with any other conventional FRS/GMRS radio in the area.
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Yes, but the peer to peer locator does not work. The radio works fine.
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Yes, you can use the Garmin Rino 650 on the water. This unit is compatible with Garmin's BlueChart g2 marine maps on microSD.
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I have oz topo australian map will it work in the Rino
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According to OZtopo your mapping would be supported in the Garmin Rino 650.
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cost of mapping subscritions?
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The Rino 650, a belt clip, AC charging cord, data cable.
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Included with this unit:
Lithium-ion battery pack
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The device comes with a worldwide basemap with shaded relief, so you can navigate anywhere with ease. You can add more mapping if you choose. The Rino 650 is compatible with Garmin's TOPO 24k on microSD ($49.99 - $129.99) and Garmin's BlueChart g2 on microSD ($149.99 - $299.99). The device also supports BirdsEye Satellite Imagery which requires a subscription. The 1 year subscription costs $29.99. You can also subscribe to BirdsEye Topo, US & Canada for USGS/NRC raster maps. This subscription is also for 1 year with a cost of $29.99.
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The unit features the maps for North America including Canada.
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