PLNHL10

Plantronics HL10 Handset Lifter

Reg. Price $79.95

Our Price $62.09 EachEach

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Handset lifter lets you answer calls with the touch of a button
Enables remote call answer/end with your Plantronics headset
Automatically lifts and replaces your desk phone handset so you won't miss important calls while moving around the office
Compatible with most standard desktop phones
  • Additional Info
SKU
PLNHL10
Manufacturer
Plantronics, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
60961-21
Brand Name
Plantronics
Product Model
HL10
Product Type
Handset Lifter
Weight (Approximate)
3.53 oz
Features
One Touch Call Answer

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Plantronics HL10 Handset Lifter
 
3.4

(based on 16 reviews)

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of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Good, but gears give out

It works as described. However, there is a possibility of ruining the product if one chooses to lift the receiver by hand instead of using the device w/ earpiece. Specifically, the lifter's...Read complete review

It works as described. However, there is a possibility of ruining the product if one chooses to lift the receiver by hand instead of using the device w/ earpiece. Specifically, the lifter's gears become damaged when the receiver catches the lifter and in effect forces the lifter up at a swift rate. Do this twice, and you've ruined your lifter. To avoid this make sure the lifter is far enough down so that lifting the receiver by hand will not catch the lifter.

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High Failure Rate

We have several hundred of these devices in service. The most frequent problem I have encountered is that the lifter stops picking up the incoming call, failing to sending the 3 alert tones to...Read complete review

We have several hundred of these devices in service. The most frequent problem I have encountered is that the lifter stops picking up the incoming call, failing to sending the 3 alert tones to the headset - a hugh issue to anyone that spends any time away from their immediate work area. To date, the only way to resolve the issue has been to replace the lifter. I question the quality of the built-in microphone circuitry that is supposed to pick up the ringer (installing the external mic does not help).

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1.0

just awful

By CShipley

from Chattanooga, TN, United States

Comments about Plantronics HL10 Handset Lifter:

This contraption is ridiculous to try to use. The only way it will hand the handset up properly is if there is a rubber band around the lifter and that handset, AND THEN, the rubber band has to continuously be adjusted because it slips. If this is what it takes to be wireless, I'll just stay wired...

 
4.0

Check the lifting setting before you buy a new one

By lucky guy

from SF, CA, United States

Comments about Plantronics HL10 Handset Lifter:

The setting got moved and the help desk did not get me to try that. So I bought a new one that I did not need.. Still in the box. First one just needed to be adjusted.

 
5.0

Excellent Customer Servicve

By alldogs

from jefferson city, tn

Comments about Plantronics HL10 Handset Lifter:

I have used plantronic products for many years & love not only the products but the customer service that they provide. If I ever need anything I am able to call customer service & they take great care of my needs immediately. Great hours, wonderful help & they are always very courteous. I will always choose Plantronic products over any other in both my business and my home.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Does not lift

By Peter27

from Seattle, WA, United States

Comments about Plantronics HL10 Handset Lifter:

This lifter rarely worked when I first purchased it. I had to fiddle with the wires everytime that I wanted it to work, and even that was sporadic. After much frustration, I gave up. I tried to troubleshoot again today. Still does not work. Product does not do its job - lift. Product does not work as stated by Plantronics.

 
4.0

Great product! Quick delivery.

By Jesscuz

from Corning, CA, United States

Comments about Plantronics HL10 Handset Lifter:

This is just the part that I was needing and the shipping was quick.

 
5.0

Easy to use

By Christina01234

from Wenatchee, WA, United States

Comments about Plantronics HL10 Handset Lifter:

I bought this a couple weeks ago to accompany my wireless headset and I am so glad I did. The lifter is very easy to install and use and works great. This product, along with the wireless headset has saved me from having severe neck strain and allowed me to be a lot more mobile in my workspace. One of the best purchases I've made.

 
3.0

Easy to use

By Deb1220

from Michigan

Comments about Plantronics HL10 Handset Lifter:

Having some problems hearing the ringtone in my earpiece. And the lifter occasionally hangs up on my calls. Trying to work out these bugs. Other than that, I really like it. It is much smaller and much more convenient than the one I used before.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

functional - bu tno teasy to adjust

By davidk

from New York, NY, United States

Comments about Plantronics HL10 Handset Lifter:

difficult to adjust (alt least to my Nortel phone) - does not lift and replace uniformly- even on the lowest setting - lift can sometimes completely displace the handsel , and one needs to manually replace it

 
3.0

They missed one big thing

By Rick

from Philadelphia, PA

Comments about Plantronics HL10 Handset Lifter:

Great product if you are always answering phone calls away from your desk. However, if you're like me and spend your day on the phone at your desk, this is a very literal pain to press your ear every time you answer a call. There should be a button on the unit to press to lift the handset. Now I'm looking for a manual lifter from days past to replace it.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good, but gears give out

By Ceteris_Paribus

from Racine, WI

Comments about Plantronics HL10 Handset Lifter:

It works as described. However, there is a possibility of ruining the product if one chooses to lift the receiver by hand instead of using the device w/ earpiece. Specifically, the lifter's gears become damaged when the receiver catches the lifter and in effect forces the lifter up at a swift rate. Do this twice, and you've ruined your lifter. To avoid this make sure the lifter is far enough down so that lifting the receiver by hand will not catch the lifter.

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