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Plantronics Voyager 510

Updated on September 14, 2012

Sleep with the Plantronics Voyager 510 Headset?

The Plantronics Voyager 510 is possibly the most comfortable bluetooth headset this side of Pakistan. In fact, these sets were priced really low when they first came out, and now they cost double what they did. But that does not mean they aren't worth it. Just remember to check compatability with your phone. If you have a Verizon phone then you should look elsewhere for a bluetooth headset. But if your phone is compatible, then you are in for a treat of comfort and great sound.

One of the innovations on this little firecracker is the "Windsmart". Yes, it keeps that annoying wind sound out of the conversation. Not completely, but it really makes for a clearer conversation. Just don't go around testing Windsmart by hurling your phone into the highest blizzards and windstorms. The truly great thing it does is cancel out noise when you are talking. So, as long as you are using your microphone, no need to worry about anybody talking over you... You are in complete control.

Another nice thing is that the headset actually folds up for super easy storage. And they don't weigh more than a mouse, so you can wear them on your head all day long like a jackass and never notice the people in your life. Because it is lightweight, you see. Why take it off? To actually look at someone? No reason. Lightweight, you could sleep with the Plantronics Voyager 510 if you want to.

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Plantronics Voyager 510: The Good and Bad

The Plantronics Voyager 510 has great sound quality, plenty of accessories to busy you for years, and the features overall are... well, fine.

But let me ask you this: have your fingers grown since you were a newborn baby? Well then why aren't the controls on the Plantronics Voyager 510 A LOT bigger? They treat us like babies. Pure babies. The controls are so small, you can see their feet in their passport photo!

Overall I am a fan of the Plantronics Voyager 510. Just bigger controls please.


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