The Voyager Pro UC 2 is a good looking headset, with a relatively short and stubby mouthpiece married to a supple and comfortable frame.
The changeable earbuds sit at the center of the spiral, and can be freely rotated to allow the headset to be used in the left or right ear. You get quite a few different earpieces in two different styles.
The look is quite a nice one, and is to be expected of the Plantronics line. It’s not overly technoxious or too old school; a contemporary unflashy creation.
The Bluetooth USB dongle is small and unassuming. It’s barely larger than the USB port itself, with a moderately strong blue LED mounted at the top to let you know that it’s connected. Don’t let your dog or children swallow it.
The case is not something I can imagine using, but seems relatively well constructed. The faux-leather case looks professional enough, but headsets are not fragile enough beasts to merit the additional bulk – at least to me.
That’s about it, beyond a large stack of paper manuals that repeat the same information in very many languages. The initial setup instructions are simple, so it’s no bad thing that so many tongues are represented.