PLNCS510

Plantronics CS510 Headset

Mono - Black, Silver - Wireless - DECT - 300 ft - Over-the-head - Monaural - Semi-open - Noise Cancelling Microphone

Reg. Price $329.95

Our Price $234.75 Each

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Wireless headset for use with office phone offers superior comfort and mobility up to 350'
Digital encryption assures secure conversations
Voice-dedicated, 1.9 GHz DECT technology provides superior audio quality; up to 10-hours talk time
Battery is 80% recharged in 1.5 hours and fully recharged in three hours
Over-the-head, one-ear headset with Noise Cancelling microphone; lifter not included
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SKU
PLNCS510
Manufacturer
Plantronics, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
84691-01
Brand Name
Plantronics
Product Model
CS510
Product Type
Headset
Product Series
CS500
Limited Warranty
1 Year
Color
Greys
Form Factor
Semi-open
Weight (Approximate)
2.54 oz
Recycled
No
Connectivity Technology
Wireless

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Plantronics CS510 Headset
 
3.4

(based on 98 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (37)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (17)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (13)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (21)

63%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Really nice, however the mute button is not good

I use this as an over-the-head set and I don't use the little silicon ear insert, I use the over-the-ear cushion, and it is very comfortable. I spend 3-4 hours on the...Read complete review

I use this as an over-the-head set and I don't use the little silicon ear insert, I use the over-the-ear cushion, and it is very comfortable. I spend 3-4 hours on the phone per day as I telecommute: comfortable; good battery life for my use; great range throughout the house. My only gripe keeping this from a 5 is the Mute button. The mute should have been a separate button from the volume control. Pressing down on it can something create a double-click, and you aren't always sure if it is enabled or not. I sometime have to press it several times to make sure it is engaged. On the CS55, there was a faint little beep to tell you Mute is engaged, on this head set none.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not Happy

I do not like this product. The previous headset was much more comfortable and easy to settle into your ear. The ear piece does not hold tight to ear and the ear piece won't...Read complete review

I do not like this product. The previous headset was much more comfortable and easy to settle into your ear. The ear piece does not hold tight to ear and the ear piece won't "seat" into ear canal. Very easy to knock off. Bring the old ear piece back...

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5.0

Outstanding Headset!!!

By Aultomjd

from Knoxville, TN

Comments about Plantronics CS510 Headset:

I LOVE this headset. No complaints at all. Very light and comfortable for all day use.

 
4.0

Out of warranty replacement

By WXYZ

from OR

Comments about Plantronics CS510 Headset:

Out of warranty replacement, resolved problem. Good, not great, customer service

 
4.0

Small and great features

By delta

from New Bern, NC, United States

Comments about Plantronics CS510 Headset:

Replaced one that I had used for several years. Nice upgrade.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

returned

By tlc99086

from Undisclosed

Comments about Plantronics CS510 Headset:

The ear piece just didn't fit right. nothing more to say.

 
5.0

Great Performance

By rmygatt

from Ft Collins, CO

Comments about Plantronics CS510 Headset:

I spend a lot of time in my Real Estate business on the phone with Clients.Ease of use, clarity and volume management are critical. Although installation is easy, remember to order an appropriate Lifter for the phone handset and there are a few simple instructions for installing the Lifter that are missing. Once ready to install Lifter, plug in Lifter to cradle and then unplug power to the cradle for 10+ seconds, then restart. Plus, on the top of the Model CO54 cradle, there is a black button with arrow, depress that for 5 sec+ and then all should work fine. Well worth the purchase, price and installation effort. Excellent tech support.

 
2.0

Works okay but the charge fails after 3 hours

By INFO

from San Mateo, CA, United States

Comments about Plantronics CS510 Headset:

The headset works okay, but it fails to keep a charge after 3 hours, I hear a beeping sound and then it just clearly cuts off the caller without more warning. Then I need to plug the headset into the base and let it charge back up again. And again, the headset can only hold up for 3 hours and it fails again, and again. Not a buy if you are someone like me who is clearly on the phone all the time.

 
5.0

Headset for Mobility in Business

By Sydney

from Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Comments about Plantronics CS510 Headset:

The CS540 Headset is a popular product for our clients who are looking for mobility in their Office and Team areas. The headset connects faultlessly to the Unify OpenStage telephones and with remote answering (via Headset lifter) and freedom of movement, it enhances their communication with clients and team members. Getting to the call on time, first time.

 
4.0

QUALITY sound without the bulk

By jamiev123

from Louisiana, United States

Comments about Plantronics CS510 Headset:

I use my headset roughly 8 hours a day and I have been very pleased that it is comfortable and has great sound. Would like it to have 2 different ringtones for incoming calls and in office calls.

 
1.0

Ear piece is terrible.. CS540

By User1978

from Minneapolis, MN, United States

Comments about Plantronics CS510 Headset:

The only way I can tolerate this is to use it with the accompanying headset piece - and that is not very comfortable. The one I had a year ago was awesome, why did they move the battery to the boom and make the inner ear tube flexible?? And the ear silicone is not round, my ear does not like the design, very cumbersome. This one is terrible and will not hang onto my ear, are these seriously 300+?? Think there is a reason it has an average of 3.3 stars...

 
3.0

Warranty Return

By CaptNamo

from Western Michigan

Comments about Plantronics CS510 Headset:

Bought 5 in this batch. One stopped charging after two weeks. Appreciate Plantronics Warranty return policy, but in my small sample, that's a 20% failure rate and I have to pay the return shipping. Have had other apparent battery failures with this model. Nice units when I don't have to touch them again for 2 or three years after install.

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