Plantronics Discovery 925 Bluetooth Headset

By Kevin Michaluk on 29 May 2008 12:45 pm EDT

Plantronics Discovery 925 Bluetooth Headset

Look what arrived at today! I first saw the Plantronics Discovery 925 Bluetooth Headset on display at the CTIA show in Las Vegas in April and have been eagerly awaiting its arrival ever since. Look for a full out CrackBerry Review in the near future, but in the meantime here are some of the features and specs of this fashion-conscious headset...


  • VFrame design captures your eye as well as your voice
  • Rechargeable case keeps you in charge
  • AudioIQ® noise control technology for clear calls
  • Enjoy up to 5 hours talk time or 7 days standby from a single charge
  • Wearing Style: In the ear, left or right
  • Weight: 8 grams


  • QuickPair™ technology for easy initial set up with Bluetooth phones
  • AudioIQ® technology for automatic noise control for clear calls
  • Multipoint technology for one headset to have an active connection with two Bluetooth phones. This feature can be turned off to extend battery life.
  • Controls: Volume, call answer/end, voice activated dialing and last number redial
  • Range: Up to 33 feet (10 meters)
  • Wireless Compatibility: Bluetooth (v2.0) + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate)
  • Bluetooth Profiles: Headset (HSP v1.1) and Hands-free (HFP v1.5)
  • Power: Lithium ion rechargeable battery in earpiece
  • Battery life: Up to 5 hours talk time/up to 7 days standby time from a single charge
  • Charger: AC charger, micro USB cable, and a carrying case with a rechargeable battery that provides one full charge to earpiece
The Plantronics Discovery 925 Bluetooth Headset retails for $149.95 but it's available from for $129.95.

Reader comments

Plantronics Discovery 925 Bluetooth Headset


I've had this headset for about 2 months now, quite exceptional, couldn't ask for a much better headset, with the inclusion of the external battery pack for charging on the go, you can't get much better.

Not at all, the only time I get static is when there are other errant 2.4 ghz devices in the area. It even has a missed call alert on the actual headset. One great feature of it is the fact that it has a wind passthrough, so when it's windy, you hear the wind but the person you are calling barely does at all. Makes it so you can talk when it's windy and they can still hear you, it's not perfect, but it does a fantastic job.

I'm not sure what they mean by "automatic noise control" but this headset does NOT have effective noise suppression. Callers will clearly (sometimes painfully) hear what's going on around you.

I got this headset to see how well it rejects noise, and determine whether my problems with near-zero reception range on the etyBlu were a problem with my 8820 or with the etyBlu. My conclusion was that the etyBlu has substandard bluetooth reception but OK noise rejection, whereas the 925 is somewhat painful in my ear, and has zero noise rejection, but has better bluetooth range.

I'm still not sure that the 8820's bluetooth range is up to par, but it worked fine with the 925.

I wish UmeVoice would come out with a wireless "The Boom" headset =P It's the only one where you can realistically have a conversation without anyone knowing you're not in the office.