Excerpt: This headset arrived with only a small piece of paper with some visuals (apparently to avoid having to translate into different languages) for instructions. I am quite technology-savvy but it was simply a guessing game as to how to pair the Bluetooth function and to determine what the purpose of...
Summary: I bought this headset on sale for $50 and it wasn't to bad of a price. However with the limited lifespan of all the parts and it being very hard to get replacements with terrible customer service I would strongly recommend getting a different headset.
Pros: This headset has decent incoming and outgoing sound. It is also pretty comfortable.
Cons: After 1 year the charging cord died. After 1.5 years the micro usb receiver fell apart, but still worked it was just hard to plug in and dig out. After 2 years the ear cups both wore through to plastic and Logitech would not respond to me so I could get them replaced. Then I tried to buy them as ...
Summary: I had owned the Logitech H760 headset for many years until it's totally broken and assumed that the H800 would be even better. It is better in the overall design but lack stability.
Pros: It's very lightweight and great sound quality on top of very comfortable ear foam. It offers Bluetooth mode or USB with NANO receiver mode for your convenience and has all the essential media control (especially "mute" button) for quick action without searching for your mouse.
Cons: It does not wake up after the computer return from sleep mode most of the time. The quickest way to pair the headset back is to unplug the USB NANO receiver and connect back, then the headset will pair right away. Forget about the pairing software.
Excerpt: Very disappointed in this product. The felt ear pads are like the ones you get on airplanes. Yuck. They are very uncomfortable, especially on long phone calls. I also did not like the microphone placement. And the mute button on the headset doesn't operate efficiently.