Summary: I bought this model instead of the voyager pro which I have owned 3 of and have been very happy with all of them. The 910 is not near the same quality as the voyager. The sound quality is not as good and noise canceling is not as good. I work outdoors and this is not the choice for noisy environments. It would be fine as a hands free indoors. My next purchase will be a voyager.
Pros: I have hd these in the past and thay have done well
Cons: perchased a few months ago for X-Mas gift and gave it to my wife on X-Mas eve. It was DOA no charge no lites no go!, I guess I should only make purchases within 30 days of X-Mas because now I can't sennd it back for exchange got it in Sept.
Summary: I guess this is what I get for not researching further PC support for this headset. Although I don't think its incredibly naive to think I could just purchase a bluetooth headset and use it in Windows without a problem. The fact that Vista isn't even supported is a little bit insane to me as the OS has been out for several years now.
Pros: Comfortable, cheap
Cons: So without checking I purchased this headset to use with a softphone on my PC. While the device would pair with the system Windows was unable to locate drivers, thats when I found out that this headset isn't supported in Windows Vista (much less Windows 7 64-bit which is what I use). However after about an hour of googling I found some drivers from broadcom that seemed to allow Windows to install it. Of course this wasn't the end to my issues, attempting to use the he...
Summary: I have used Plantronics equipment for over three decades: In the Space Shuttle Program, in General Aviation and now as a Blue Tooth user. With the exception of the Voyager 510, I have found Plantronics equipment to be well-engineered, durable and reliable to a fault. WHAT THE HECK HAPPENED WITH THE VOYAGER 510 ???
Pros: Absolute *CRYSTAL-CLEAR*reception. Over 30 foot range. Noise-canceling circuit works flawlessly even when driving in the car with the window down.
Cons: Control buttons are small and not very intuitive. Charging circuit has a design flaw: The center electrode breaks off and sticks in the charger. This has resulted in a total of THREE RMA's to Plantronics in one years time. The last replacement lasted ten days before cratering. I *baby* my unit with no rough handling so there is no way it will last if you subject it to rough service.
Cons: Very uncomfortable no matter what ear piece you use. There is NO noise cancelling on this headset. I drive a tractor trailer, and NO ONE I talk to could understand me over the engine noise. You might as well not have a headset then waste money on this thing. I would have given a 0 rating if possible.
Summary: The Plantronics Voyager 510 is a great product and is easy to use but the one I got will not hold a charge. I only use it 1 to 2 times a day and only for about 15 to 30 minutes and if I do not charge it that night the next day it's dean and not able to hold a charge. When I first got the BT I charged it until the light changed to a steady bright blue led light (red and blue flashing when it's charging). Since it's refurbished I would recommend watching what you buy.