If you’re reading this, you likely are having issues with your Plantronics Voyager Legend Bluetooth headset. Specifically, issues with the battery.
- Voyager Headset not giving you enough talk time?
- Voyager not holding a charge?
- Voyager Legend won’t charge at all and isn’t working?
These and other things associated with the Voyager Legend Battery can be very frustrating. Like with many products, when a battery no longer holds a charge, what do you typically do?
It’s here that you’re left short when it comes to replacing the battery on your Plantronics Voyager. You see, the battery contained inside the earpiece is rechargeable, but at some point (normally plus or minus 2 years), it will no longer hold a charge. Once this happens, and it will, what do you do? Here’ what the manufacturer recommends you do:
To me, it makes no sense to toss out a perfectly good headset that just needs a battery replaced, but that’s what you’re instructed to do.
It is possible to replace the battery, but it’s not practical for most people because it requires tools such as a heat gun, soldering equipment, access to the exact replacement battery and more. Multiple steps and a technical exercise for sure.
If you find yourself in this position, we offer the full line of Plantronics Voyager headsets and headsets for your office as well. If you’d like to replace your old model for new, click here to visit the Plantronics Voyager Legend product page on our website.
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