Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth Headset Carrying Case

When buying Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth Headset Carrying Case make sure to ask yourself the right questions. There are reviews for this priced cheap Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth Headset Carrying Case.

Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth Headset Carrying Case

  • Open top allows for easy access
  • Elastic sides keep your headset in place
  • EVA material is sturdy, yet soft to the touch and on your headset
  • Features thin, but sturdy belt clip
  • Compatible with Plantronics Voyager 510 and other small Bluetooth headsets


A cell phone headset provides a hands free option for cellular communication as you go through life’s duties.

Buying Questions

  • Is it the right size? For your head and ear?
  • What is the range of this product?

Get protection for your Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth Headset with this pouch that is made from durable EVA material. It features a thin, but sturdy belt clip , which helps to eliminate pinching when you’re sitting. This pouch holds your headset securely with elastic sides that hug your headset. The open top allows easy access to avoid missing calls. Can ft other Blue tooth headset in the market.

Read the reviews below to get a better idea.

3 Responses to “Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth Headset Carrying Case

  • Review by Paul R

    I purchased this case after reading the two negative reviews because I liked the design and had a simple idea of sewing a small strip of velcro to the case to secure the headset. Turns out it’s not needed. Not sure how the other reviewers installed their headsets, but there is two small openings on the bottom of the case. If you push the large portion of the 510 that goes behind your ear through the opening (maybe 1/4 inch), it completely secures the headset. Plus it lowers the mic further protecting it from damage. I went jogging with my 2 boxers today for about 45 minutes and the 510 didn’t budge at all. Been using for a little over a week now and am very impressed with it. Maybe including some instructions would have been helpful because if you don’t push the headset through that opening, it’s just going to pop right out.

  • Review by Mark L. Jacobs

    This is a cute little case, but doesn’t hold the headset firmly. My Plantronics Voyager 510 headset popped right out into a plumbing fixture full of water! If the case had a retaining strap like some of the Motorola cases, that wouldn’t have happened.
    If you use this case, fold the headset and put the microphone end in *first*. It’s less likely to pop out that way. I still wouldn’t put in on my belt; keep it in a pocket. My headset worked again after it dried out (I got lucky).

  • Review by Dressi "K N D"

    I’d give this 2 stars but I figured that since I still use it, it deserved at least 3.

    It’s supposed to hold the Voyager 510 headset but it sorta fails to do so. There’s no real instructions or demonstration on HOW the headset is supposed to fit in there. I’ve been using it for 2 weeks now and have discovered my way to use it and it works for me. You gotta first of all turn the headset in the right position (kinad in an S shape). You stick it in microphone first and push on the top where the charger inserts until the microphone sorta pokes out the bottom. Then it stays in.

    But there are still many downsides to this. If you don’t have it in right (or like I have it above) it’ll have the tendency to spring right out of the carrying case. Makes it handy if you want it to come out, makes it annoying the rest of the time. I’ve dropped my Voyager 510 countless times because of this carrying case, until I found the right way to put it in. Still, there’s no example of even how to figure that out. It doesn’t go in any other way very well and is otherwise pretty inconvenient to use, especially while seated. I’m an IT person that moves around a whole lot, and so having this headset is vital for me, and i love the Voyager 510. But this carrying case does not deliver. The clip is VERY tight on a belt and doesn’t readjust. It’s more likely to come off the belt completely. And if you attempt to adjust it, you’re also probably just going to knock the headset out of the case. It will rotate as well. Also note, it’s stiff to begin with, DO NOT STRETCH IT OUT.

    Other uses I’ve found for it: it’ll carry two regularly used flash drives very well and secure, it holds my ipod cuz my ipod case broke. I can fit SODIMMs into it, some sticks of gum and a wad of tissue holds well. IE, I do not recommend this product. I don’t know of others out there or else I’d probably give them a try, haven’t really looked. I’ve managed to use this but I don’t have a peace of mind knowing that my headset’s not going to pop out.

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