Pros The 130 is packed with features! In addition to everything the 110 and 120 have, the 130 also boasts: 1) a built-in electronic compass. Handy for when you're not moving to orient yourself for the next leg of your route. The compass is pretty smart, too
Cons The only cons I've found to date are all the ones already mentioned for the 110 and 120. The buttons are kinda small (but workable) and it would be nice to have a bigger (and color) screen. But what are you gonna do? You can only fit so much into a pac
"Rino 130 GPS"on by PirateMike
Pros I have had a Rino 130 for 7 Years. I have used it Camping ,Kayaking, Hiking & Boating. It can get wet with out any worry. It states that it can remain at 3' for 30 min. Well it got tested. My Rino 130 got knocked off of my PFD, it was in 6' of brackis
Cons My Wife & I where hiking in Tennessee & it lost sattilite for apx 15% of the time.
Summary Once you use a Rino 130, You WILL go Buy One. It is the Best hand held GPS I have EVER used. (It's better that the one I used when I was in the U.S. Army.)
Pros Will do all I need and more for backcountry treks.
Cons Just one hell of a lot of stuff for this old guy to remember.