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When working from home, being comfortable and having the tools you need is paramount and a headset is no exception.

Whether you’re using it to answer phone calls, dictate your notes and emails or for those hundreds of Zoom calls – We’re here to give you our top picks for the best headsets for working from home.

The Plantronics Savi 8240

This wireless headset is definitely one of the best headsets for working from home.

It is a perfect choice for those of you who like to walk around while on the phone.

From the very reliable manufacturer, Plantronics, you can count on this device for various tasks.

Features include:

  • Noise-cancelling microphone.
  • Wireless with 590 feet range.
  • Compatible for use with your mobile phone, desk phone and computer!
  • Included with your choice of ear hook, headband or neckband
  • Compatible with all versions of Dragon speech recognition software.
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Philips SpeechOne Headset

The SpeechOne is one of our most modern, wireless headsets.

Whilst it was specifically designed for speech recognition users, it is also great for various other uses such as answering calls, Zoom/Teams meetings and watching video content – As Courtney can verify, she loves hers!

Features include:

  • Ergonomic design with personalised wearing styles.
  • Antimicrobial microphone boom and exchangeable ear cushion.
  • Convenient docking station for high-speed wireless charging and easy pairing.
  • Status light for reducing interruptions.
  • Studio-quality microphone.
  • 12-hour battery life.
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Best headsets for working from home

Plantronics Savi 700

The 700 is the most advanced of the Plantronics headsets. Particularly due to its ability to integrate with up to 3 other devices.

For example, a mobile phone (via Bluetooth), PC and PC Softphone (via USB) and also your office phone.

This allows particular efficiency within the home environment as you can switch between functions with the touch of a button.

Other features include:

  • Automatically routes audio to whichever device you pick up.
  • Energy-efficient adaptive power system optimises for range and talk time.
  • Lightest DECT headset on the market.
  • Hot-swappable battery.
  • High-definition voice quality.
  • Noise cancellation.
Black and grey headset on a white background. It has one ear piece and a microphone on an extended arm.

Andrea Communications NC-181 Headset

This Andrea Communications headset is new to our range and an excellent addition.

It will make a great working-from-home tool, and speech recognition microphone as it was given a “6 Dragon” rating for speech accuracy by Nuance.

Features include:

  • Noise-cancelling microphone to minimize breath popping.
  • Monaural headset meaning it has one ear cushion – Reversible for left or right side usage.
  • Extra-long 8-foot shielded cable.
  • Durable and cost-effective.
Plantronics headset sits on a white background. It is black and has two ear pieces and an extendable arm with a microphone.

Best headsets for working from home

Plantronics C510

This headset is one of our popular headsets from reliable manufacturer Plantronics.

This headset is perfect for speech recognition, transcription uses, taking calls and conference meetings.

Features include:

  • Smart Sensor Technology that allows you to answer the phone by just putting the headset on.
  •  Excellent noise-cancelling abilities and stereo sound.
  • All-day comfort thanks to cushioned ear pads and a lightweight cushioned headband.

There we have it, just a few of our best headsets for working from home!

If you’d like any advice or guidance in order to find the right headset, then please feel free to ask. We’re more than happy to assist you in exploring your options.

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