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Recent reviews for this item:
Roberto48, May 7, 2013 Purchased a pair for hunting in case I get split up from my partner and need to know where they are before taking a shot at a moose, black bear, elk, deer or heaven forbid, a grizzly! Excellent instrument with substantial range at 5W and good range at 2W.
Dogger, January 23, 2013 I have a Rino 530 which has served me well, just frustrated
me when It would loose signal, so I purchased the Rino
655T. There are no problems with it acquiring satellites, I can even get a 12' accuracy in my rec. rm., my old 530 would not even think of doing this.I have yet to try the 655T outside under heavy tree cover,but at this point feel quite sure this unit will preform. Still learning to navigate the touch screen and where to find certain
items, not a great deal of trouble to figure out. I will be
purchasing the Backroads GPS maps for better map detail than
what the unit comes with. Once I've had a chance to get
outside to try in the outdoors will give GPS City the
JohnnyB, January 1, 2013 I've got quite a lot of experience navigating via GPS,
riding ATVs, Geocaching, gold prospecting. I'm finding the
655t a lot of fun and easy to use. The touch screen allows
faster access to what I need to see. The screen is easy to
see, color contrast is very good. I also bought the West and
Southwest Topo DVDs. The routable roads and trails is a
great feature, Mapinstall combining, crunching and sending
the maps to the 655t is a very slow process. I would rate
the 655t and the Topo software a 9.5 on a 1-10 scale,
Basecamp is great, but Mapinstall needs a speed increase. I
cut a iPhone screen protector to fit the 655t screen to
protect it from scratches, it works great. Seems like it is
more accurate and acquires more satellites faster and
stronger than my 60c.
John, September 5, 2012 The Rino 655t with its touch screen controls allow for
quick access to all of the Rino's functions. Previously
owned a Rino 530 and the operating controls were cumbersome
to say the least. The Rino 655t has more on-board memory
to load entire maps which is a plus. Finally the Rino
Radio has DCS codes to allow for more private
conversations. Ease of use sums it all up.