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- The Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth headset has been discontinued. Please see the Plantronics Voyager 835 Bluetooth headset.
- Optional Bluetooth Deskphone Adapter allows you to use the same headset with your office phone
- Up to 6 hours talk time and up to 100 hours standby
- 33 foot (10 meter) range
- On-the-Ear wearing style
- Noise-canceling microphone for superior sound quality
- Extremely lightweight design for all-day wearing comfort
|Max Range / Cord Length||33 ft.|
|Connector Type (view connectors)||
|Lines: (telephone products only)||Not Applicable|
|Compatibility||Works with your existing cell phone|
|Color||Silver & Black|
|Warranty||1 Year Replacement|
|Battery Life||6-hour talk time|
|Handset Lifter Compatible||Not Applicable|
|Busy Light||Not Applicable|
|Quick Disconnect||Not Applicable|
|DC Adapter Compatible||Yes|
|What's in the box?||Plantronics Headset, Plantronics AC/DC Charger, Ear Tip Kit w/Guide (large round, small round, oval), Quick Start Guide|
Average Customer rating for this item:(47 Reviews)
Mill Valley, CA
s & s disposal, inc
Nyssa , OR
Wayne Memorial Hospital
San Francisco, CA
I need to thanks the technical support individual for their assistance in handling my concern with the Blue Parrot headset.
Prince George, BC
Shelby Information Services
Las Vegas, NV
Hearing seems similar to the 925.
Not sure I will keep it.
I especially appreciated that it would pair with both my desk phone (using the Voyager 510S base and handset lifter), and with my cell phone. If either phone rang, I could just push the headset button to answer and to hang up.
Then I lost my Voyager headset. I decided to try something more stylish with, perhaps, better noise canceling. I bought a Jawbone 2. At first I was delighted by its advanced styling, and the noise canceling was impressive. But it wouldn't stay fitted on my ear, and when it wasn't properly touching my face the noise canceling went away. Then the sound quality for my listeners was poor. I wear a beard, so I actually had to hold the headset to my face to get reliable sound... hardly hands free. The Jawbone would pair with my base unit, but only for a while. Every morning I had to re-pair the units. What a pain. (Although I can't tell if the loss of pairing was the fault of the Jawbone or the base unit).
I got my money back on the Jawbone and am returning to the Voyager 510.
Santa Monica, CA
I work from my home office and it is not uncommon to put in 15 hour days, of which a lot of that time is spent on the phone. With my neck problems, thank god for Plantronics.
Wel Can Enterprises
Santa Barbara, CA
The first and best I’ve tried is the Voyager 510. I’ve ventured out and tried others: the jawbone; the 855; the 370; the 925, and more.
But in the end, I always come home to the 510. Since the hands-free law passed in California, I’ve been getting a lot more use out of my Voyager and have been reminded of just how well it works.
It’s comfortable, simple, and it just sounds better than anything else I’ve tried. Sure, the Jawbone blocks out every single iota of background noise, but the speech is more muffled and wonky sounding than the good ol’ 510.
I continue to recommend this to my Customers even though there are newer, flashier models out there.
Santa Monica, CA
Dislike: (a) short battery life (b) product performs well for about 6 mos and then performance begins to decline
Automated Cargo Transport Service
Carestream Health Canada Inc.
It doesn't bother me even if I wear it for a long time.
Medidata Solutions Worldwide
Little Rock, AR
Cottonwood Medical Center Ltd.
Casa Grande, AZ
After a short time to charge the battery, the phone found the headset instantly, and there has not been a hitch since. The range is impressive and the sound quality is very good. Plantronics included 3 ear pieces (S, M, L) which should satisfy most users.
The on/off switch is very small and can be cumbersome to use, but it is only a minor setback on an attractive, reliable, and usable Bluetooth headset.
Avison Young Commercial Real Estate
Johnson & Johnson
Route Map Systems Inc.
I used it for a full day and the battery life was still good after a day of fielding 174 calls(my cell battery had to be replaced before the headset had to be charged). The headset felt comfortable and it almost did not feel like I was wearing a headset due to how light it is. When I was not using it I like the fact that the boom mike can be folded and the ear set swivels so it fits comfortably in my pant or shirt pockets.
The sound quality is very good. I was most recently using a M2500 by Plantronics and I find the Voyager 510 has more bass in its tone when talking as well as when listening. The microphone also does a better job in not picking up the background noise as easily. Wind noise is a problem with most of the headsets but when the wind reduction foam piece was added on the boom mike, it eliminated the wind noise. The only headset that I find that does a good job in reducing the wind noise is the BT-800 due to the DSP processor it has, however, it does not work well with the Treo 650(there is about a 5 second delay when answering, the caller id sometimes works and the headset rings after five rings and most of the times does not even get a chance to answer the call because it has already gone to voice mail).
The only complaints that I have with the Voyager 510 is the headset rings after two to three rings on the phone but I have never missed not getting a call. The call back of the last number does not work with the Treo 650 and I have not tried voice activated dialing.
All in all, I have never missed a call using the headset and it has not dropped any calls to date. I enjoy using this headset and I highly recommend it for anyone looking at purchasing and using a bluetooth headset.
Sutton West Coast Realty