Summary: I'm in the financial services field and have used headsets since the mid-90s in lieu of holding a receiver. Years ago the industry-standard was Plantronics and they were excellent however GN Netcom has completely up the stakes. I got an e-mail from hello direct advertising this exact product for over $400, by any standard that's a very expensive headset so I did a little research and found out that it does so much more than just cut the wire from your desk phone.
Summary: I purchased this product and the GN1000 handset lifter for my work deskphone. This product works flawlessly with my iPhone4, PC (Skype), and Cisco IP-Phone. I was disappointed that the GO6470 base did not work via a cable only (not included) with my Cisco IP-phone, as it does for a model very similar. However, I looked up compatibility and found that it would work using a GN1000 handset lifter. It does, and very well.
Summary: Great product...I purchased as I did not want 3 headsets.Had an issue with installation, which for the most part was simple. The catch was not all phone cards are standard size. I dreaded calling the 800 number, but what a pleasant suprise. A real live english speaking American answered and set it up by phone in 5 minutes.She then called back my cell,deskphone and computer on 2 different days justy to make sire all worked and I was happy.
Summary: This works great. It automatically knows if my cell phone or my skype phone is the one ringing, and it automatically turns on if I dial either one. I only wish I had a desktop phone to use too! Definitely recommend it.
Summary: While this unit is pricey, there is a lot that can be said for having a single headset that works with both land-lines and a mobile phone. Set up is easy, the sound quality is excellent, the base station is solid and attractive as well as functional and easy to use. It should be noted that you will also need to purchase a handset lifter if you want to answer land-line calls using the headset (if your phone doesn't have true headset capabilities).
Summary: The Jabra GO 6470 is unarguably one of the finest wireless headsets we've ever used and we've tried plenty. This thing just plain works and works great. My users, some in 24/7/365 settings, love the comfort and clarity of the Jabra GO 6470. With major retailers selling this for $479 -and getting it- this is a great deal. End user setup has been a little intimidating to a few technically-challenged users, which is where we come in.
Summary: I've had this headset for a couple of months now, and I love it. The only thing I don't love is the price - it' really expensive! I bought an adaptor for it so that it works with my Avaya 5410 Desk phone - I definitely recommend getting such an adapter if you have an office phone, as it simplifies the interaction with the desk phone (p.s. - get the electronic adapter, not the adapter that physically lifts the handset).
Summary: I have been wearing headsets most of the time in the office and at home for many years. Plantronics products and now this Jabra. The specs looked great, but at first I was disappointed with sound quality and various interferences, garbled voice intermittently and so forth. After 2 (automatically notified) firmware upgrades, it now works flawlessly with PC (Skype), landline (Panasonic PBX phone), and various cellphones, including Nexus One.
Summary: The headset look, feels and works great. I'm using it with the headphone jack on my company's 7945 Cisco desk phone. The touch screen interface is a stoke of genius. The Jabra headset feels very comfortable even with big head and ears. :) I love that you can switch from a standard desk phone headset to a more cell phone style over-the-ear ear piece. BTW, over-the-ear ear piece is just as uncomfortable as anything else on the market at least if ears are large.