Garmin 3″ Garmin Rino 750

Rino 750 and 755t bring trail-tested confidence to any hunt, trek, climb or adventure with their 5 Watt FRS/GMRS 2-way radio and 3-inch touchscreen display. Dual GPS and GLONASS satellite reception gives better tracking in challenging environments. Plus, there’s Active Weather support with animated radar, Position Reporting with emergency alerts, Bluetooth headset audio, 3-axis compass, barometric altimeter and more. The Rino 755t adds preloaded TOPO U.S. 100K maps, Birdseye Satellite imagery

$ 549.99

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  1. David D Van Wagoner says:
    23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Last GPS you will ever need. It will charge from a USB power source!, September 15, 2016
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    This review is from: Garmin 3″ Garmin Rino 750 (Electronics)
    I had originally ordered a pair of the Rino 650t models. The functionality was pretty good, the GUI was decent, but when I started reading up on the 750, I began to have second thoughts. Surprisingly, the feature that made the 750 a slam dunk is not one that is mentioned on the product page! The 750 has a better touch screen, and the Bluetooth connectivity (primarily for pairing to a headset for comms) is really nice. The GUI for the 750 is better. AND, THE LITHIUM ION BATTERY RECHARGES OVER A COMMON USB INTERFACE!!! (That’s the feature that was not advertised). Now, you can go into the wild with a (decent) solar charger, and use this thing indefinitely. I couldn’t be happier with this unit- with a pair, the ability to painlessly communicate position (and what ever else) is so handy! And, you can recharge it over a USB interface! (I know- I mentioned that already- but this is really big- I’ve used rechargeable AAs with an eTrex30 (USBCELL by Moixa) but this was inefficient and a real pain- especially for something like the 650t, which requires FOUR of them). There are just a couple of down-sides:
    1. You don’t get the $99 100k topo map built in. I don’t mind- I’ll buy it once and put it on all the devices I own. You don’t have this option with pre-loaded maps.
    2. For some strange reason, if the 750 is on in my car, when I’m using the GPS on my iPhone (Waze or Maps), something in the 750 disables the iPhone GPS receiver. This could be the heterodyne frequency- don’t know… Weird. Car Navigating with the 750 (using 24K Topo Maps) is not optimal, by any stretch.

    So- If you are comparing the 750 to the 650 (or any other previous camping GPS), I think the UPS rechargeable battery is a real game changer!

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