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LG Electronics WCP-300 Wireless Charging Pad - Retail Packaging - Black

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  • Charging Indicator LED
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  • Size (LWH): 2.74 inches, 2.74 inches, 0.46 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 2.7 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00C6VP03I
  • Item model number: WCP-300
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (214 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,300 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

Enjoy easy, hassle-free charging with the LG WCP-300 Wireless Charging Pad. Find out how incredibly convenient it is to charge your mobile phone with the WCP-300 Wireless Charging Pad. It's wireless because you don't need to plug in your phone - just rest your compatible device on the charging pad and you'll be powered up and ready to go in no time. The convenient Charging Indicator lets you know when your battery is fully charged, so there's no guessing when you're ready to go. Handset sold separately

Customer Reviews

This Wireless Charging pad works very well.
Paul J Cushing
The instructions say that the device will show a yellow light when not charging, a green flashing light while charging, and a solid green light when charged.
Kevin C. Miller
It sometimes takes a little work to get it so the phone is in the right position to the charger to get the phone to charge.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

61 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Mike on June 11, 2013
So I've had this for about 4 months now for my Nexus 4. Got this from Verizon instead because was $39.99 with free shipping compared to here priced at $49.99. Inductive charging is great and all but think it's still far from perfect.

Positive opinions:
-Wireless charging.
-Charges pretty fast compared to other qi inductive chargers, although still not as fast as wired charging.
-Small in size so easy for transport, storage and takes up less space then other chargers if you want to keep out on desktop/table.
-Uses same micro USB cable for wired charging so it's interchangeable if you want to do either or.
-Think the older models have a slippery plastic material for top contact surface but the new ones are matte and has a little more grip.
-Sensitive enough to charge phone with thick case(I use Acase SuperLeggera Pro Hybrid dual layer case, which is thick)

Negative opinions:
-Sometimes stop charging before phone is fully charged; between 90-100% is mostly when this problem occurs.
-Maybe it's the fault of the phone but the "Daydream feature/Date&Time display while charging" on Nexus 4 does not stay on like when wired charging; Phone charging notification sound don't always play to notify you if charging. Charger doesn't make any sound; heard it was a thing other people hated about other chargers.
-Also maybe due to where battery is placed inside phone, you'll have to find sweet spot on phone where charger will detect phone and charge.
-The LED charging status on the charger is not always accurate so I have to check charging status through the phone.

Overall, I still think it's a good option compared to the rest of the other chargers; not too expensive, works, and small. I decided to keep it. This is what's available at this time so no other better choice for me. Hopefully this helps on your decision making process.
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49 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Shawn Webster on October 20, 2013
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I read a lot of reviews on charging pads before deciding on purchasing one. I have read a lot of complaint about getting it lined up just right for it to charge. That is really simple to do. It does charge a little slower than being plugged in. I monitored the temp and the battery does not get any hotter than what it does when it plugged in. I have not tried any other charging pads, but I really do enjoy this one. It came with the cable and power supply. Hope this helps
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on August 1, 2013
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Works great for the new 2013 Nexus 7 tablet. The tablet needs to be placed with the charger pretty much directly in the center, and it will not charge if placed too far off center (maybe 2 centimeters in either direction). Charges pretty fast from what I can tell, not sure how it compares to manually plugging the tablet in, but this is really convenient.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By ninestories on May 20, 2013
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Granted this isn't LG's first stab at a Qi charger, but this and other similar chargers on the market right now all feel like first generation devices in that none of them I've tried really feel "there" yet. This device excels past some of its competition in having a larger, less-sensitive "sweet spot" and omits that awful beep used by other chargers to indicate status (your phone may still beep separately). The charge strength is decent, meaning most cases shouldn't cause any problems and it charges about 1:1 when compared to traditional methods, giving about even rates per method (eg. if your phone takes 1 hour to charge when connected through PC-USB, expect about the same rate from the pad when connected that way).

But still, not perfect. While losing the "beep" is a welcome relief, I'm not a big fan of anything flashing on my desk or bedside table unless there's something wrong, and this thing flashes all the time, whether charging or charged. Sometimes if I fiddle with the phone on the pad I can get a solid LED vs. a flashing one, but it usually reverts itself to flashing after a while. Another curious thing I noticed, and this is probably specific to the NEXUS 4 (which is also manufactured by LG), is that wireless charging can sometimes cause the phone to rotate by itself on the pad. No joke! We tested several level surfaces, and most of the time it would immediately start to slowly rotate counter-clockwise. Slow enough that the movement was barely perceptible, but you certainly notice when you come back 10 minutes later and your phone's rotated itself 90 degrees. This is sometimes an issue when the phone rotates itself off of the charging area entirely.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Michael DeCato on July 25, 2014
Picked mine up at Verizon for my LG G3. I have the LG wireless charging folio circle case. These work well together so far. At first I struggled with where to place the phone to find the sweet spot, but I realized my mistake. I was trying to place the phone on the pad directly where the induction ports were located under the back cover. I then looked at the back cover and noticed that the wires running from the connections on the battery cover connect to a grid further down the phone. This is the spot that needs to be on the charging pad. Once you realize that you should have no problems placing the phone perfectly every time.

Charging seems to be happening at a fairly nice pace. The screen on my G3 does not stay on while it is charging, so this is nice. I am really happy with my purchase so far. I have only had it for a day so if anything changes I will adjust my review.

One complaint, and this is with phone manufacturers; if the device is capable of wireless charging, why not include the back cover that allows wireless charging with the phone purchase? Is it really necessary to make the consumer spend $40-$60 for the back cover on top of an additional $40-$50 for the charging pad just so they can utilize a feature of the phone? I don't mind paying for the charging pad, but I feel like the phone should have come with the additional battery cover to allow wireless charging. It didn't have to be the wireless folio circle case, but a simple cover would have been nice. Sorry for rant.

This pad is truly a great product. Can't say for other phones, but if you have a G3 and already have a capable wireless charging cover, get this.
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