Pros Sounds great in noisy environment.
Cons Obvious Design drawbacks.
Summary Product has been on sale a couple of days now at the retail outlet where I work. We decided to crack one open and give it a shot. Since we no longer carry the Jawbone and are in waiting for the Prime we wanted to see if this Plantronics model really fits the bill as a high-end noise canceling bluetooth. Well, after testing it out with different phone models, inside and outside the store I'm confident in recommending this to customers who want the best available sound quality from their bluetooth. Again, it won't win any design awards, but when performance is your premium the Pro should be at the top of your list.
Despite how bulky this device looks it actually sat comfortably on my ear and like the 510 is much lighter than it appears. We haven't really ran down the battery yet but I'm sure that it will out-last a Jawbone or Blue Ant bluetooth. When you couple more talk time with clearer sound quality that makes the Pro hard to beat.
I'm excited to see what the Prime has to offer.
Pros Good sound. Hard to lose as it is much larger than other headsets.
Cons I feel self-conscious wearing something that prominent. Also, it is so big it is hard to get on and off, especially when I wear my large loopy earrings.
Pros Sounds great to wearer
Cons Noise cancellation not as good as Jawbone
Large and heavy
Summary I've used the original Jawbone since it's release and just lost it while on a business trip. I needed a quick replacement so I purchased the Voyager Pro. It does a good job, in fact the audio for the wearer might be a bit better than the Jawbone BUT - the audio quality for the listener is not as good - and after years of the Jawbone's smaller size - this thing feels huge. It's not uncomfortable as it wraps snugly behind your ear, but still feels very large when worn.
It's good as a backup - but I just placed an order for the Jawbone Prime.
Pros The voice & sound quality of this headset are better than any headset I have ever owned (including the Blueant Z9i and V1). The headset is comfortable, stable on the ear and, most importantly, provides the best voice quality.
Cons Not the best looking headset but not as bulky as it appears and the fit and voice/quality far outweigh the aesthetics issue
Summary 1. Voice & Sound Quality
2. Voice & Sound Quality
3. Voice & Sound Quality
Seriously. If you want the best voice and sound quality from a headset I doubt you will find anything near the Plantronics Voyager Pro. I can use the headset in the car, on the street or in various other environments where the Blueant V1 has struggled. Despite the bulky appearance, the headset is actually smaller than it appears. The fit quality is outstanding. I would highly recommended this headset to anyone.
Pros I have been through several bluetooth devices including three versions of the Jawbone and the VP had been the superior device of any I have used up until now. Went from MotoQ to iPhone 4 - I can hear well on the VP but the transmission is very poor
Cons Neither Apple nor Plantronics is stepping up to correct the problem. I hate to have to search for a new bluetooth device - but if this is not corrected soon - I will have to.
Summary If you have an iPhone 4 DO NOT Select the VP until either Apple or Plantronics corrects the problem. You will be wasting your money.