Answers the call, answers to you
Now you can be truly hands-free when you need to be. When a call comes in, Voyager Legend tells you who is calling and you can decide whether to answer or ignore the call by voice command, without checking your phone or pushing a button.
Take the call wherever you choose
Smart Sensor technology knows when you're wearing your headset and routes the call to your iPhone or to your headset. And if you want to transfer the call back to your phone, just take off the headset. The sensors also pauses music when you take off the headset and automatically locks the call button to avoid unwanted calls.
Triple-play precision audio
Three microphones combine to capture your voice and block background noise, while three layers of wind protection ensure clear calls wherever your conversations take you. And the 13mm speaker delivers clear, full sound whether you're on a call on just listening to tunes.
Exclusive Apple charging kit
The 2-in-1 charging kit lets you charge your headset and iPhone from either your computer or your car.
- Incoming caller ID tells you who is calling and lets you say “Answer” or “Ignore” to manage the call
- Smart Sensor technology knows when you're wearing the headset and routes the call to your iPhone or to your headset
- Calls are incredibly clear thanks to triple noise-canceling mics that block background noise and wind
- Apple exclusive 2-in-1 charging kit lets you charge headset and iPhone from computer or car
- Listen to your favorite tunes from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod with a 13mm speaker that delivers clear, full sound
- Voice alerts tell you talk time, connection status, and more
- Separate power, mute, and volume buttons provide easy access so you're always in control
- Headset battery level displays on your iPhone screen so you'll always know that you have time to talk
- Comfort-tested, balanced design lets you slip it on and forget it's there; perfect for all-day wear
- Up to 7 hours of talk time and 11 days of standby time
Did you notice?The Apple-exclusive 2-in-1 car + USB charging system helps keep your headset charged on the go.
Apple Recommends ForHands-free conversations on your iPhone with voice-driven commands, Smart Sensors, and premium sound.
What's in the Box?
- Plantronics Voyager Legend Bluetooth Headset
- Silicone eartips (S,M,L)
- Foam eartip covers (S,M)
- Car + USB charging system
- Other Features: Active Noise Cancelling,Bluetooth,Mono Bluetooth,Multipoint Support
- Form Factor: Over Ear
- Connections: Bluetooth
- Bluetooth Compatiblity: Bluetooth 3.0
- Power Source: Battery Power
- Stand By Time: 11 days
- Height: 2.5 in./6.35 cm
- Depth: 0.42 in./1.07 cm
- Weight: 0.65 oz./18.5 g
- Length: 4 in./10.16 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: 88938-01
- UPC or EAN No.: 017229138711
- Warranty: One year
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Ratings & Reviews
Smartest headset on the market
It does exactly what it says... The sound is great, it fits perfect and you will probably forget it's on your ear. All the feature It does exactly what it says... The sound is great, it fits perfect and you will probably forget it's on your ear. All the features are great and useful, like call announce, voice commands, movement sensors. The only bad thing is the charger - if you use it extensively, you will have to carry an adapter or another cable with you. …
- Written by Razvan M from Bucharest
59 of 61 people found this useful
Great design, Great button functions, Great voice quality, OK music quality
I'm on a mission to find the best Bluetooth headset out there. My uses are at the desk so I can type while I'm on the phone, in th I'm on a mission to find the best Bluetooth headset out there. My uses are at the desk so I can type while I'm on the phone, in the car to take calls, and on dog walks to listen to music and podcasts.
Two issues with it:
1. The sound quality is fine for phone calls, but not too great for listening to music and NPR. I know a little mono headset like this can't do everything, but Bose and B&O headsets have much better sound quality. Problems with Bose is the the headset is UGLY, materials are cheap, the buttons don't function well (sloppy on/off and volume). The B&O doesn't play music and I don't like the in-ear design. My dog bit it off after 2 weeks of buying it. $350 down the drain). I also tried Jabra and Jawbone. Didn't like either of those.
2. There's bulk behind the ears. It gets slightly uncomfortable for hours of wearing it, and my glasses won't stay on straight.
But I can live with those . . .
- Beautiful design
- Great magnetic charge connector and fast charge
- Love the toggle volume button
- Takes about 5 seconds to set up with Bluetooth (I have an iPhone 4s)
- When you get a call, just say "Answer" or "Ignore" and that's it!
- Long boom so my voice is clearer to my calls (they tell me).
Before this I had a Plantronics A170 Marque that I loved because it was a nice looking, discreet, lozenge, but the sound was really bad. My calls said it sounded like I was in a tin can and I kept having to repeat myself so they could understand.
This is definitely a keeper (until Bose or B&O does a redesign). …
- Written by Robert S. K from MILWAUKEE
27 of 30 people found this useful
Works great, including voice command by button press
I don't know what 'Mark M' is talking about. The user's manual states clearly you can voice dial using the phone's own voice featu I don't know what 'Mark M' is talking about. The user's manual states clearly you can voice dial using the phone's own voice feature by pressing the Call button, which is the button at the back of the microphone boom, for two seconds. That brings up voice dial via the iPhone's 'voice control' function. Works perfectly on my iPhone 4. The headset performs exactly as I need it to. The sensor feature is a nice bonus. You can keep the headset connected to the phone but leave it on your desk when you don't need it. When you get a call, put the headset on your ear and the audio is transferred from the handset to the headset. Beats what I used to have to do which was tell a caller to hang on while I put on and connect my headset. I recommend not bothering with the Vocalyst feature. …
- Written by Frederic B from Pflugerville
27 of 30 people found this useful
Call quality could be better
I had a 4 year old Voyager Pro before I replaced it with the Legend. The call quality could be better and is below par compared t I had a 4 year old Voyager Pro before I replaced it with the Legend. The call quality could be better and is below par compared to the Voyager Pro. Although updating the firmware, the sound still has some static and crackles when I move my phone on the opposite side of my body. Plantronics customer support insists that this is a bluetooth technology limitation and happens to all bluetooth headsets even when I told them my old Voyager Pro didn't have the same issue. Still the most comfortable bluetooth headset out there and the many features work well. Caller announce is awesome as well as the ability to answer calls by simply wearing the Legend. A2DP sounds good. Voice command is also useful. Oh, and I can still use the phone's native voice commands; Siri, S-Voice, etc.., unlike what Mark claimed in his review. …
- Written by Erwin G from Bloomfield
1 of 1 people found this useful
Impressive Bluetooth Headset
I saw the Voyager Legend at the Apple Store and bought it because of the Caller Announce feature. And it did not disappoint. Cal I saw the Voyager Legend at the Apple Store and bought it because of the Caller Announce feature. And it did not disappoint. Caller Announnce worked flawlessly with my iPhone 5. Voice Commands to answer or reject calls, awesome! Sound quality is great too. I bought the charger case for it and voila, 14 hours more of talk time + the 7 hours that headset is already capable of. My only gripe is that updating the firmware was a pain because the supplied mini USB cable is not capable of data transfer. It took a few tries before realizing the cable was the culprit. …
- Written by Cherilyn F from Fords
5 of 6 people found this useful
Poor sound quality - disappointed
Tired of my colleagues complaining about the terrible voice quality they would hear when using my iPhone headset, I decided to she Tired of my colleagues complaining about the terrible voice quality they would hear when using my iPhone headset, I decided to shell out the $100 for the Voyager bluetooth headset. Unfortunately the voice quality (what the listener on the other end hears) is not very good. I get people saying I sound robotic and digitized. I always have the phone on my desk and am rarely more than 3 feet away from the phone so I don't know what could account for the terrible voice quality. As far as how they sound to my ears, they sound decent but not nearly as good as just putting the phone up to my ear - which is exactly how I'll have to make phone calls from now on once I return this device back to the Apple store from whence it came. Disappointed. …
- Written by Ryan R from Portland
5 of 6 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
- Answered by Doug B from Seattle
- Oct 22, 2013
Does this Plantronics Voyager Legend Bluetooth Headset work with an ipad for using Dragon Dictate?
- Asked by Dorothy C
- Oct 12, 2013
Would this work with Dragon Dictate 3?
- Asked by Kevin Z from Mc Connell
- Sep 19, 2013
I have been asking the same question as you and I have established that some Bluetooth Headsets are I have been asking the same question as you and I have established that some Bluetooth Headsets are more reliable than others when using them in Dragon Dictate (DD). I have been in contact with DD sales team and they sent me a link that contains all of the tested headsets. The Voyager Legend UC (Note it's the UC version) scored 4 out of 6 and it has been certified for use with DD3 on the Mac. I am considering the voyager Legend UC and I will be using it in DD3 for Mac so I will update this reply onceI have tried it in DD for my self.
I hope that this helps. …
- Answered by Shaun Ian R
- Oct 5, 2013
DOES THE EAR PIECE WORK ON BOTH EARS?
- Asked by Debbie S from Willow Spring
- Mar 27, 2013
It can be placed on either the right or left ear. Swivel the boom up and rotate the earpiece around It can be placed on either the right or left ear. Swivel the boom up and rotate the earpiece around to swap sides. …
- Answered by Frederic B from Pflugerville
- May 3, 2013