Lightweight Headset With EXCELLENT Audio And Comfort
12 November 2014
Summary: I own 8 different telephone headsets, that I have used on my Uniden cordless telephone, and that I have mostly bought on ebay. I prefer to use this headset daily, because it has HIGH volume, EXCELLENT clarity and GREAT comfort.
Summary: I had been using a similar headset from the same manufacturer for years, and when the old headset failed I decided to replace with the same. Everything looks the same in the new version. The problem is with the material they used for the ear hook. It is very inelastic, and if you use the headset, as I do, for hours, you start feeling your ear, and eventually you have to take it off because of the discomfort it causes.
Excerpt: I bought this headset knowing that Plantronics is a good brand. However, this particular headset was an awful decision. The head set looks like it would be ergonomical and fit comfortably. Just after 1 day of using it my ear is rubbed raw. The ear piece doesn't sit near my ear hol and the entire set barely hangs on my ear at all. I would not recommend this headset to anyone.
Summary: I have use this headset for years (heavy daily use) and it work on my cordless phone flawlessly. The headset is very comfortable, easy to use and durable. Highly recommend and as good as unit(s) that cost 4x as much.
Excerpt: Headset is not adjustable in any direction, so unless your head and ear is the exact size as the device, it wont fit comfortably and the microphone might not point in the correct direction toward your mouth. Used once and will throw away. Not worth the effort to return it.
Excerpt: Purchased this headset about 3 months about. just today the headset no longer works. Have used the same Plantronics headset (diffferent type) for years at the office so figured this would be a good one to have at home. Think again. Now looking for a better headset.
Cons: has problem with ear adjustment, sometimes hard to hear other person
Excerpt: One Admiral, one Lt. Colonel, and seven PhDs ... and the e-conferencing headsets would not fit their laptops. On the list of "headsets" that come up on a Staples search, there is no specification identifying these as phone-only. A flasher directing non-tech customers to "go deeper" to ID specific applications would have saved us. Sigh.