Pros Great call volume
Superb Battery Life
Easy to utilize
Cons Eartips are a bit difficult to change out so read the manual otherwise you easily can damage or destroy them.
Summary This is absolutely the finest hands free headset I've ever utilized. Follow the instructions exactly and you're going to be in heaven. I connected it to my Blackberry 9900 (yeah Blackberry) and it worked the first time out of the box. The sound quality is superb, the battery life is unbelievably good and just like my iPad lasts the longest I've ever experienced. I give this hands free headset a rock solid 5. Plantronics did it again - an award winning, easy to utilize and superb battery life which no one can touch.
Pros Comfort, clarity, features, voice prompts.
Cons Volume, charge cable.
Summary This headset boast lots of features, most of which I don't use. I bought it for the comfort and utility. I hate those headsets that stick in your ear with only a clip because they don't stay in long and are a hassle to wear. I can wear this headset all day and half the time I forget that it's in my ear until I get an alert or a call. It has great build quality and feel. Also, there are dedicated mute, answer/end, volume, and power switches.
Talk time is about average for me.
1. Clarity: Everyone I talk to can hear me loud and clear, even when I'm in the car with road/cabin noise or outside in the elements.
2. Voice prompts: The headset talks to you and gives useful information like caller ID, battery status, and connection status. The latter comes in handy for when you walk too far from the phone. You can interact with it by instructing it to answer or ignore calls for you.
3. Gestures: If you pick up the headset while the phone rings it will answer the call. If you put down the headset while on the phone, it will mute the mic for you. If you put the headset down and pick up your phone to talk it will switch to the handset and vice versa. Some have complained that these features don't work well, but for me and my HTC One, they work as designed. I'm spoiled by them.
1. Not nearly loud enough because; A) the volume just doesn't play that loud to me, B) The tip doesn't seat in the ear tight enough to seal out noise. The loudness wouldn't be an issue if the earpiece seated snug in the ear like an earbud does. There are various tips to toy around with but still...
2. That freakin' charger! Why!? Just..., why?
All summed up. I would definitely recommend this unit, if you have the cash. It is worth it.
Pros Comfortable fit.
Cons Battery life is suboptimal.
Sound quality has odd moments of distortion.
Charging adapter is non-standard.
Summary All the goodness of this headset is canceled by the poor battery life, odd distortions in sound, and the non-standard charging adapter.
Pros It didn't explode
Cons CNET reviewed this POS as one of the best
I can't trust their reviews
Static and poor call quailty
Almost none of the features work or work properly
Summary Well I bought this POS based on reviews from CNET so I thought it appropriate to come back and let them know the error of their ways.
I not sure which one I am more disappointed in. I know that this thing reviewed well all over the internet and now it's hard to find a kind word about it.
Im having the same issues as everyone else only my noise cancelling doesn't work as well as most.
I had a Voyager Pro and it worked flawlessly.
Not the case with the Legend... It will be a legend in the history of headsets, like the Titanic, Burmuda Triangle, Corvair, the Flat hose etc.
Pros Love the fit! This was the first earpiece that I could wear all day and not be bothered with how it felt on my ear. I loved how the earbud didn't totally protrude inside my ear canal.
Cons I Cant't Hear My Callers!
Summary I can't rate the Voyager Legend because I don't have it but I do have the Pro+ and I was looking to upgrade to the Legend but after reading the reviews, I'm having 2nd & 3rd thoughts. The same issues that I'm having with the Pro+ are being reported on this forum for the Legend. I simply can't hear on this device and I don't remember it being that way when I first purchased. Initially, when I purchased this device, I was using it with an outdated Windows phone that it worked perfectly. It announced incoming calls into my ear as well as it announced my text messages. After I upgraded to an Android, I lost all of those features and when I'm on phone calls, I'm constantly checking the volume on my phone and the device searching for more volume. I'm in retail sales so I'm on the phone "all" day and many times I'm walking which means that wind-noise reduction is very important. I also conduct meetings in places where there's a lot of noise so volume and clarity is extremely important. Any suggestions?