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Jabra GN1000 Remote Handset Lifter for Deskphone

by Jabra
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List Price: $75.00
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  • Remote answering capability for your GN 9120, GN 9050 or GN Ellipse wireless amps, or GN 9020 wireless headset
  • Easy installation
  • Built-in online indicator
  • Built-in ring detector
  • Free lifetime technical support
  • Magnetic Sensor Technology
  • One-Button Operation
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Jabra GN1000 Remote Handset Lifter for Deskphone + Jabra PRO 9470 Mono Wireless Headset with Touchscreen for Deskphone, Softphone & Mobile Phone
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 5.6 x 2.8 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00008UAIO
  • Item model number: 01-0369
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004

Product Description

Enjoy full wireless freedom! Add the Jabra GN1000 Remote Handset Lifter toy our Jabra wireless headset system, and you're completely free to roam. With the Jabra GN1000 RHL, you can answer calls and end them from wherever your wireless headset takes you.

Customer Reviews

Customer Service @ 800.343.4441; Extraordinarily Helpful.
Jim B.
A little "bang" on the unit either wakes up the unit or gets the sensor off its dead spot.
Paul Brackley, aka DigiPix
I've had his for a couple weeks, and it is working perfectly.
Dan Linder

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Paul Brackley, aka DigiPix on August 22, 2007
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I've already replaced this item once. I love the headset but the lifter is weird. My second unit failed today ... just like the first one did: it just quit working. So I started to do research on Google related to problems with it. I also remembered seeing reviews on Amazon prior to our original purchase so I came back and read the three that were already attached to this procuct. I was amazed at the July 2007 review that said GN Netcom tech support said to tap the unit on the side. I did and it worked! Needless to say, I laughed right out loud! Evidently a sensor inside the unit is poorly engineered so that every once in awhile it hits a dead spot. A little "bang" on the unit either wakes up the unit or gets the sensor off its dead spot. Go figure. This item has been around for awhile too, so I'm surprised it hasn't been reengineered. Sounds like an insert should be put with the operating instructions saying, "If unit stops working, bang it on its side."

Update (June 24, 2013). I chuckle out loud every time I see another post related to this review. Also want to say that I have "fixed" my replacement lifter multiple times since purchasing it.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By GymW on October 3, 2009
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While I like the unit as it is trouble free and works well when it works, I do have an issue with Jabra's repair policy on this unit when it is out of warranty. In my case the problem was simply a broken wire in the connection cable. However Jabra refused to sell me a replacement cable. Instead after a number of holds and transfers on their customer service lines they agreed to "fix" the unit for $35 which amounts to swapping the unit out for a working one. In addition to the $35 repair price I would need to pay for shipping and handling in both directions.

It was also difficult to get a price for the return shipping cost as they wanted me to give them a "blank check" by just enclosing a credit card number to bill against with the final price unknown. That is not how I wish do business. They also refused to allow me to cross ship since they were replacing the product. Cross shipping is allowing me to ship the product back to them as they ship me the replacement with the credit card guaranteeing the return of the defective product. If they don't received the defective one back they charge the full price. That way They could have sent me a return label and I could have shipped the damaged product back in their box - a customer and eco friendly procedure as this is easy for a customer to do and the shipping materials are reused.

So given the costs of replacement and shipping I determined it was cheaper and easier to just buy a new one from Amazon at their discounted price and toss the old one away. As such I am now tossing away a perfectly working item into the trash, other than a broken wire, because Jabra will not sell me a replacement cable and charges a price higher than the street price to fix it, when the cost of shipping is added.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Doug on May 6, 2007
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This is the only one of a kind I've found of this product. While I applaud the concept and use it regularly, I've had to order six of them in the past two years for the same phone. The Remote Answering Device isn't hardy enough for long term use. It breaks and stops hanging up the phone properly.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By shootthetarget on October 5, 2012
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We got the GN Netcom Jabra GO 6470 Headset for all the guys in our office BDC. We knew about this Handset lifter but didn't initially buy it because of cost, thinking "do we really need this $45 add on just to lift the phone?!".... Let me answer that for you: YES!

You can buy other cheap wired headsets for your desk phone. Getting the Jabra 6470 is great, but without this headset lifter you are just getting the same headset without the wire. You won't be able to use the 6470 to its full potential without this lifter. The guys in our BDC can now answer/hang up the phone even while away from their desk. They can walk around the room, look outside at our inventory, and be able to communicate with their customers without sprinting across the office to answer/hang up.

One downside: The set up instructions are absolutely terrible. No descriptions, just bad Ikea style drawings. HOWEVER they make up for it by having EXCELLENT customer service. Just call them up, they answer quick every time and walk you through the process for your phone model.

I wish they sold this as a combo pack because this is essential to the 6470.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Angela Sanders on January 11, 2009
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what a crazy gizmo, but it works flawlessly! I bought this for work when I was setting up one of my bosses with a wireless headset for his office phone. Now he can answer and hangup from anywhere in the office. He presses the button on the ear piece and this device literally lifts or drops the handset on his desk phone.
Nice bridge between old and new technology
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Torres on July 17, 2007
Just had this device added to my workphone and it works *sometimes*. Love the idea of cordless and that I can answer the phone away from my desk.

Called GN Netcom CS regarding the inability for the unit to lift the handset and was directed to "tap" the unit firmly on the side and see if it responded better. It did, and that is what I continue to do. It seems they had a cheat sheet that described exactly what the problem might be.

The unit is attached via adhesive to my phone and it will be real hassle to remove, so I slap it to get it going at least once a day.
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