Plantronics Voyager PRO Review - PhoneArena

Plantronics Voyager PRO Review


So, how do you feel about making calls on a Bluetooth hands-free? You don’t think it ridiculous, do you?  Well, that´s good, since we all know speaking on your cell phone while driving is not the brightest idea ever. At all. Which is so not the case when it comes to writing down a long SMS to check on the list of all the groceries your wife wants you to get on your way home. We´re joking, of course. But when driving, your eyes need to be on the road and that´s that. We´ve taken on the task of reviewing the hands-free headset that as the manufacturer claims, features the most advanced noise-cancelling technology to date, namely the Plantronics Voyager PRO. Let´s take a closer look and see whether or not this is the case.


The manufacturer is aiming at the business segment of the market and this is evident from its colors - black and gray. Come to overall shape however, we´ve seen more compact headsets. The Voyager PRO has been designed to cling snugly to the area behind your ear and that´s why itmeasures a slightly larger size than usual. This isn´t much of an issue for people with dark hair, but is a drawback of the device anyway. There are two major reasons behind it. First, the manufacturer wanted to fit as large a battery as possible and second, provide comfort during prolonged use. We need to say the second goal has not been achieved to our satisfaction. The feeling in your ear gets irritating in about 3 or 4 hours just like with some other hands-frees, which, however, are  holding to their eartips only, so they tend to be more compact as well. As a matter of fact, the Voyager PRO comes boxed with three differently-sized eartips, which makes the headset usable by almost anyone.

There are four buttons on the device. The power-on key is next to the LED indicator that shows the current battery status and loudness is controlled via the buttons, located just above. Unfortunately, we cannot say we are pleased with the position of the Call Control Button. As you might have guessed already, it´s used for answering and rejecting calls, dialing the last number etc. The thing is it´s located facing the eartip that gets into your ear, and we don´t really like how pressing it feels.

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