Garmin is best
known for their quality GPS units. What they've done here
is that they've incorporated these GPS units with GMRS
handie-talkies and named them the Garmin Rino.
Obviously an urban dweller might not have the best use
for models such as these... but hikers, ranchers,
farmers, anyone who regularly gets off the beaten path,
may find these particularly useful. Of course it's
not necessary to buy two, if your accomplice won't be out
of radio range; you'll be the primary GPS holder while
still being able to direct the rest of the group who can
use GMRS Radios which are not equipped with GPS.
Because these 2-way radios are both a GMRS Handie and a GPS
unit, they are pricey compared to a GMRS only
unit. If you're looking for a GMRS to keep track of
the kids in the neighborhood or any other leisurely
activity, you probably won't want to shell out a couple of
C-notes for an added GPS option. But if you like to
hike, explore, or any other number of reasons to be in the
great outdoors and have others in your party that you want
to keep in contact with, this is definitely the
ticket for you!