Product Comparison: Plantronics Voyager Edge vs Plantronics Voyager Legend

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General Specifications
Voyager Edge
Voyager Legend
About the Product
Your non-stop life keeps you on the move. You answer a call in the car, keep talking out on the street, and say your goodbyes while leaving the coffee shop - and you expect to sound your best everywhere.
Introducing Plantronics Voyager Legend, the newest headset in the Voyager family to deliver unsurpassed audio clarity and all-day comfort for the longest of calls.
Key Specs
True Wireless
Noise Canceling
Stand-By Time
7 days
11 days
Maximum Talk Time
6 hours
7 hours
Headphone Fit
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Plantronics Voyager Edge Wireless Bluetooth Headset with Charging Case
  • Noise cancellation helps clarity of voice for the callee.
  • Talk Time (6 hours at full charge, I get all day talk time out of the device).
  • The range is OK, I think I've gotten about 20 feet from my phone before it starts cutting out.
  • Wind Noise Resistance was poor (fixed with firmware update).
  • Noise cancellation is poor (my girlfriend complained of wind noise while I was walking down the street).
  • Noise cancellation works well indoors but is not really effective against wind noise.
Plantronics Voyager Legend Bluetooth Headset
  • The headset itself is great and the noise cancelling is amazing. I work in a data center with so much noise I can barely hear myself, but people on the other end can't even hear the noise. Its amazing to be honest.
  • Unlike the Plantronics E50 and Plantronics M70, it actually DOES have some background wind/noise cancelling ability (and costs twice as much).
  • Boom and over-the-ear connector rotate easily to adapt to Left or Right ear placement or to flatten to fit in the pocket
  • Amazing noise canceling! This is a great headset for taking calls while driving. I've used it extensively while doing rideshare. People hear me nice and clear. The battery life is great as well.
  • Battery seems to last a long while (Advertised to be 7 hours, but I have not used until it was dead yet)
Size & Weight
0.8 in.
1.06 in.
0.8 in.
2.3 in.
2.8 in.
4.21 in.
0.32 oz.
0.63 oz.
Maximum Frequency Response
8 kHz
8 kHz
Mono headset
Mono headset
Devices Connectable Simultaneously
Minimum Frequency Response
100 Hz
100 Hz
On/off, Volume, Call, Mute
Volume, Call, Mute
Bone Conducting Technology
Bluetooth Version
Sound Isolating
Triple Mic, Multipoint technology, Near Field Communication (NFC), Echo cancellation, iPhone headset battery meter, Smart sensor technology, Auto volume adjustment, Auto pairing
Simply Intuitive, Moisture protection, Smart sensor technology, Wind canceling
What customers say about "Features"
Plantronics Voyager Edge Wireless Bluetooth Headset with Charging Case
  • NFC for easy pairing (to a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in my case).
  • Dedicated, tactile buttons for primary functions.
  • Plantronics Hub App provides a significant level of feature customization.
  • Caller ID - Great when the phone is in the pocket or out of reach.
  • Automatically switches audio when taking the headset on/off one's ear, creating a smooth transition when switching between BT audio source.
  • Delayed pairing when turning on. Sometimes it's immediate, sometimes you have to turn it off & on a few times.
  • Looses the connection easily.
Plantronics Voyager Legend Bluetooth Headset
  • The extra buttons make accessing various features relatively simple.
  • One feature that I REALLY like is the charging wire. It has a magnetic coupling so there is no inserting a mini usb into the device.
  • While using gps navigation like apple maps or google maps it does not properly communicate with Iphone6 so voice instructions do not transmit (this is never a problem with the E50 or M70) which defeats the feature of hands-free driving.
  • The voice command features I didn't expected would mean not much to me, but they prove to be very convenient if you are already wearing the headset.
  • The Voyager Legend doesn't skimp on other features, either. You have access to a completely hands free device at all times. When a call comes in, you will be told who is calling and then asked if you want to answer the call.
Battery Capacity
180 milliampere hours
150 milliampere hours
Charging Interface(s)
Micro USB
Micro USB
Fast Charging
Charging Time
1.5 hours
1.5 hours
What customers say about "Power"
Plantronics Voyager Edge Wireless Bluetooth Headset with Charging Case
  • The battery lasts a very long time, usually around 6 hours (it tells you how many hours remaining) and I've spoken on it for several hours after it being in stand-by mode for several hours.
  • The battery life seems good, and the included charging case is super handy.
  • The device was easy to pair with my iPhone 6, and the phone shows the battery level of the headset when connected.
  • Charging Case too bulky for pockets
  • Awful battery life. It'll say it has 3 hrs/60% life then will be dead in the next 30 mins of standby use.
Plantronics Voyager Legend Bluetooth Headset
  • Charging - the proprietary new charging connector by Plantronics may send a lot of loyal customers in the opposite direction. But I genuinely believe they did this out of consumrs best interest cos of the really tiny usb ports.
  • I would strongly recommend buying the charging case with it. I charge the case up once a week (for couple hours) and then it will charge the headset every night when I put up for the night, with out being plug in.
  • Percentage charged is shown on your notification screen on phone.
  • Need a special adapter/cable OR charging case to charge. Does not use Micro USB by default.
  • I've owned this for about 8 months and already am unable to get more than 2 hours of talk time between full charges.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year(s)
1 year(s)
Other Information
99.99 $

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