Excerpt: For a couple years now my go-to Bluetooth headset has been the Voyager by . I have used several versions of it since the first one ( ), so I was excited to do a review of the latest version, the . I have been extremely pleased with every Voyager that I have ever owned, so I was almost sure it couldn’t get any better. But boy, was I wrong. Let me start out the review giving Plantronics some props.
Pros: Excellent all-day comfort, Excellent auto-sensing feature, Excellent battery life and call quality
Cons: It is a big headset, Vocalyst service eventually costs money
Conclusion: With its integrated proximity sensor, the comfortable, great-sounding Plantronics Voyager Pro HD lets you switch calls between handset and headset simply by placing it on your ear. Only if it weren't so big.
Pros: Stellar sound quality. SmartSensor proximity-sensor technology works well. Supremely comfortable. Very good sound quality.
Cons: Still larger than what most people want to wear, at least in public. Vocalyst service costs extra after the first year.
Conclusion: The Plantronics Voyager Pro delivers the highest-caliber Bluetooth voice quality, in almost any environment. The Aliph Jawbone Prime wins with wind noise handling, but the Voyager Pro still nabs our Editors' Choice.
Summary: Take advantage of the Voyager Pro’s impressive wind reduction during calls--and expect great audio quality, to boot. You’ll have to be content with this Bluetooth headset's chunky design, though.
Pros: Superb inbound and outbound call quality, Impressive handling of calls in windy environments
Cons: Bulky design overall, Some controls initially hard to find by feel
Excerpt: While the adoption rate for Bluetooth headsets has been increasing over the years, it is nowhere near the saturation point. Could the Plantronics Voyager Pro be the headset to finally shake the market?
Pros: Comfortable fit, Great call quality, Ability to sync to multiple devices
Summary: The biggest drawback to the Plantronics Voyager Pro is that some people will find its design too serious, or too bulky. That said, it’s one of the most comfortable we’ve tested, and the noise and wind cancellation are both effective. The $129 Aliph Jawbone Prime offers better style and comparable quality, while the $99 Jabra BT530 also offers a sleeker design and good sound.