- Size (LWH): 8.25 inches, 1.75 inches, 5 inches
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Plantronics Explorer 395 Bluetooth Headset (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Quickpair Technology Provides Fast & Easy Set-Up with Bluetooth Cellular Phones
- Accented with Premium Design Details
- Dsp Reduces Noise, Wind & Echo
- On/Off Slide Switch Saves Battery Between Calls
- QuickPair technology provides fast and easy set-up with Bluetooth mobile phones
- Digital Signal Processing (DSP) reduces noise, wind and echo
- Convenient on-off slide switch saves your battery between calls
- Slim earloop and contoured eartip offer a secure, comfortable fit
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For the record, I do not have a hearing problem and my car is not louder than would be considered normal. This earpiece simply isn't loud enough by a long shot. Am returning it today for another model or make.
Internet forums suggest this is a regular problem with plantronics headsets.
No way to fix - you have to return.
try a different brand.Do not buy.
Unfortunately, the manual does not tell you anything except how to pair and charge it.
One thing that annoys me is that for some reason I cannot figure out a way to get my headset to answer calls automatically when it switch it on. There are two buttons on the headset, but I have no idea what either of them are for because neither seem to do anything at all. It's a bit annoying that I can't tap the button on the side to activate voice dialing on my phone, but this could also be a problem on my phone's side (although it worked fine with other headsets), so I'm willing to let it go.
My other complaint is that the little rubber speaker enclosure is too large and will rub your ear and cause discomfort after about an hour on the phone. Still, the clarity is worth this inconvenience.
I just bought this hoping that it would hold up. I have gone through three different Motorola headsets that have all died and I'm fed up with them. I'll post back in a year.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For me it was great I could hear everything very well. For anyone I was speaking with it sounded like I was in a tunnel/cave/auditorium.Published 1 month ago by KingHuskey
Got it for my best friend. She loves it. She is hearing impaired and it get loud enough so she can hear but can also adjust the settings.Good quality. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alex
Could not hear the other person and they could not hear me. No noise reduction they were very distrustful with the quality info.Published 3 months ago by carrie dorsey
After having a Plantronics M50 this is only similar in ear comfort and design. The functions are VERY different. Read morePublished 4 months ago by A. Royal