Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth Headset


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Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth HeadsetPlantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth headset is one of its kind headsets that come with a Multipoint Technology which can help people to simultaneously use two Bluetooth devices. Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth Headset is very comfortable to wear and it does not have to be adjusted again and again like most other headsets. People can hear the awesome sound quality as it contains a noise cancelling and wind reduction technology. This device is very affordable and can turn out to be a very good device for people looking out for a quality product. The Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth Headset with Multipoint Technology has a greater battery life as compared to the other devices in the market and hence its use if highly recommended for the people. If you are ready to pay a reasonable amount for a great product then this one is for you.

Product description

Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth Headset is a very good device which is the first to support the Bluetooth mobile phone and also the VoIP software on the computer at the same time. The Multipoint Technology of this device enables a person to simultaneously use both the things and there is no need for the person to register or de-register from any of the Bluetooth connection to connect to the other. Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth Headset weighs only weighing 5.6 ounces which makes a very light weight device and the user wont even know whether they have worn this device or not. This Bluetooth device is very comfortable to wear and it doesn’t dangle and fall off the ear. There are many computers or laptops which may not have inbuilt Bluetooth device which wont allow the person to use this Bluetooth device for VoIP calling but the Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth Headset includes a Bluetooth USB adapter which can be plugged and played on any computer without the need of any software drivers, thus enabling the person to use the VoIP calling facility. This device is compatible to most of the VoIP services including yahoo, msn, AOL etc.

This Bluetooth handset features a noise-cancelling microphone which enables the user to have a clear talk with others on phone. It also features the adaptive frequency hoping which will help the user to stay away from the interference of the of the Wi-Fi networks. Unlike most other such devices that have a 2-4 hours battery life and stand by time of around 50-80 hours, the Plantronics Voyager 510 provides 6 hours of talk time using the lithium polymer battery which can be recharged and is built in the device. It also provides up to 100 hours of stand by time.

While charging the headset it automatically get switch off and once finished charging it gets on automatically. Many mobile phones have voice dialing facility and along with the help of this facility people can perform the voice dialing on Plantronics Voyager 510
Just by pressing and holding the call button for a few seconds. Then the user can speak the name of the desired person with whom he/she wants to have a chat.


  • Light weight
  • Flexible and portable enough to store it in the pocket
  • It comes with a cool charging base.
  • Awesome quality of sound
  • Multipoint technology which allows you to use Bluetooth mobile phones and the VoIP services on the computer together.
  • 6 hours of talk time and 100 hours of stand by time.


  • Difficulties in dealing with switch on and switch off button as it requires to be pressed hard.


Best Price $43.99


Customer Reviews

Excellent Headset for MEN!!
By GenZen

That's correct, for men! This headset is heavier then most but the sounds quality is excellent and most importantly it can be VERY LOUD! Most other Bluetooth headsets that I've tried have issues with volume level. They are not loud enough (Motorola, Logitech and Jabra) especially in a car drive fast. But be aware, it's on the heavy side for many. It's perfect for me but I am almost 6 feet tall and weight close to 230 lbs. I would not recommend it for most ladies.

Also, the noise cancellation is good; people on the other side can hear me very well.

Battery life is excellent; I estimate about 5 hours maybe 6.

Drawbacks are:
* It does not have a USB re-charger like some
* The mute and off/on button is too small. Basically so small that it's useless. But then my phone has a mute button
* It's heavier then most (not as heavy as Jabra though)

Best that I've used so far

This is my 3rd BT Headset. Out of all of them I like the Voyager the best....the reason is the Voyager has the best voice quality....very clear and loud enough for anyone. That and it fits either ear really makes it for me great. I also have a Motorola HS820, it's pretty good, but lacks some things that the Voyager seems to have down better.

What I like about the Voyager compared to the 820, fits either ear...820 only fits the right ear only, sound is better, ear bud fits in the ear making it a lot easier to hear in loud environments. Things I wish the Voyager had that the 820's lighter, the command button is better, it's not as big over the ear, I just seem to forget that I'm wearing the 820. The Voyager I tend to know I'm wearing it, where as the 820 I forget it's on me.One thing about the Voyager with the command button is that I don't hear the whole menu when it starts. I don't know if it's the transmitter link just being awaken from sleep or what....but I only hear the tail end of the prompt .....the 820 you hear the whole thing from the press of the button. Not really a big deal....but I do notice it from the 820.

Overall I use the Voyager the most.....but still use my 820 also.....but the voice quality blows the 820 out of the's that much better.

Plantronics Voyager 510 Review
By Terry V. Leiby

I have 6 headsets and all are OK. I just received the Plantronics unit, just out, and it is simply the best sounding, most comfortable and best value available. I have a Jobra, 2 Logitechs, Body Glove and 2 older Plantronics units. The 510 is THE ONE. I wear it all day and I forget it's on my head until it rings. It works in the wind and in my office.

It's a 10!


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