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Garmin 530hcx

Snoman69

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Garmin ring 530hcx (GPS/2way radio) in excellent condition. Used 6-8 times. Along with handheld, there is 16g memory, charger, and belt clip. There is topo maps loaded for all of the west.

Awesome addition for all your outdoor adventures.

$250 obo shipped in US. Additional fee if shipped elsewhere.



 
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The older units are much more easily operated because they are not touch screen units. A touch screen in winter type conditions is almost inoperable at times. Just my take on them. I have both.
 
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I've got 3 of these exact units and love them. Last one I picked up for $100, didn't need it but at that price I wasn't going to let it pass. Awesome devices. I see no need to have the 6** or 7** Garmin Rino's.
 

Team Pigeon

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I know this is an old post, just seeing if the radio is for sale??

I lost my charge clip on my rino, so I’m forced to buy another.
Or sell mine.




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