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LG WCP-700 Portable Power Mat Home and Office Charging Pad

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  • Wire-free charging! Simply place your phone, equipped with a wireless charging battery cover (sold separately) down on the pad to begin wire-free charging!
  • Industry leading wireless charging efficiency
  • Clutter free charging pad fills well into any room of the house or office without the need for messy wires
  • Eliminates the need for a bulky case or external connection on select phones
  • Audio Charging Indicator: When your phone is placed on the pad correctly, an audible "beep" indicates that the device is charging
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 6.29 inches, 0.39 inches, 3.54 inches
  • Weight: 4.96 ounces
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 0.4 x 3.5 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005DMBSVA
  • Item model number: WCP-700
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,349 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

LG's Wireless Charging Pad (a.k.a. the WCP-700), has a couple of nice bells and whistles, such as visual, auditory, and haptic feedback when you're positioning your phone on the pad, so you know it's in the right place (inductive charging pads require that you be very precise with the placement of the device). It also offers LED lights that indicate the status of the charge, so you don't have to repeatedly turn the screen on to see if at you're at full power yet.

The LG pad is sleek and low profile, measuring 6.29 inches by 3.54 inches by 0.39 inches.

Wireless charging battery cover required (covers are currently available only on select phones)

Charging Pad includes: Power supply with adaptability for international travel (interchangeable prongs not included) and user manual.

Customer Reviews

I love the freedom of just sitting down at my desk and placing my phone on the pad for charging.
Mark H.
The one drawback of this LG pad is the VERY LOUD BEEP whenever you set the phone down on it, and no way to turn it off.
M. Bennett
The rubberized surface is soft and makes me feel comfortable that it won't damage or scuff the phone.
C. J. Suh

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

90 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Jay VINE VOICE on November 25, 2012
This charger is easier to find and cheaper than the Nokia DT-900 and it works fine with the Nokia Lumia 920. It charges the phone very quickly and is about the right size to surround the 920.

I agree with the other reviews that the beep is annoying and loud but if you're adventurous you can disable it with a screw driver and a razor knife.

To disable the speaker you need to open the case:
1. Unplug power.
2. Pull the 4 rubber feet out (take your time and use your nails)... they are plugs covering up small screws.
3. Using a small Phillips screw driver, remove the 4 screws.
4. Pry apart the front and back, it should pop loose once the screws are removed.
5. Using the same screwdriver, locate the 4 screws holding the circuit board down and remove them.
6. Flip the circuit board over and you will see there are two components that have white-like goop holding them down, the larger one in the bottom right is the speaker.
7. Cut around the bottom of the speaker with the razor knife to remove the goop. You'll see that the speaker connects to the board with two leads, one on either side.
8. Cut the leads with your razor, or if you are handy with a soldering iron you can go that route too. Once you remove the speaker, the unit will work as always without the annoying beeps.
9. Reverse all this to re-assemble. You can test the unit while open to confirm it worked.

Updated: See my customer picture that shows the exposed circuit board and the speaker removed.
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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Matthew H on October 10, 2011
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love it... all you need is a small phillips screwdriver to open the case, and a pair of pliers to pull the speaker off the pcb, and no more beeps. takes under 5 minutes.
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145 of 169 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 23, 2012
Beep Beep when you place your phone on incorrectly. Beep when you place your phone on correctly. Beep when it is fully charged. Beep Beep Beep Beep when phone lose the full charge during the night. Beep when the phone start charging again because it is no longer at full charge. Beep when you pick your phone up to answer the call. Beep again when you place your phone back on the pad. Beep randomly when it feels like it.

A volume off switch would have solved this problem. Not for use in the bedroom.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By B Mon on November 27, 2012
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This looks like it was designed for the Nexus 4 (makes sense as both were made by LG). Paid $37 on Amazon and it came in a nondescript package. Works excellent with my new Nexus 4 and "fits" it like a glove. The beep is not that annoying people. I prefer it as a confirmation wireless charging has made contact. There is a Verizon logo on the back also (who cares). The Nexus 4 does not have to be on perfectly either - just drop it on top of the middle of this charger somewhere and that's it. I even has a TPU case on the Nexus 4 and charging works great with this Qi unit.

Thanks LG!

**EDIT** This unit is still working great after three days. A little large, but love the fact that it "cradles" the Nexus 4 and even with a case on, there are no charging issues. Bought a Nokia DT-900 and have had issue after issue (charging, disconnecting, losing charge while stating "charging", etc.) - so that POS is getting returned (nice design though). This is a known issue with the DT-900, so don't bite. Get the LG WCP-700 and be done. Picking up another of these shortly for the office, although the price has gone up due to every early recipient of the Nexus 4 having very little Qi charger choices. Google - where is yours? Ugh.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By M. Bennett on July 31, 2011
I'm pretty sure this is identical to the wireless charging pad Verizon is selling with the Droid 3 inductive charging back. I'm using it with the extended Droid 3 battery, which is slightly thicker than the stock battery, but still fits (snugly) with the Droid 3 wireless charging back.

Note that the Droid 3, being a longer phone, does hang over the end of the charger a bit. Not a problem, might be worth noting. You can also rotate the phone 180 degrees and have the bottom edge of the phone extend over the LED indicator panel on the charger pad. This saves a bit of space.

The one drawback of this LG pad is the VERY LOUD BEEP whenever you set the phone down on it, and no way to turn it off. How loud? Hard to say.... Less than a smoke alarm, but maybe on a par with an alarm clock or loud Microwave, and louder than other gadgets' typical beeps I'd say. Although it's just one beep, but I'm pretty sure it'd wakeup a spouse if used in a bedroom, for example, or very annoying to coworkers in an office if you frequently pickup and set down the phone. I've tried putting many layers of electrical tape over it, which helped a bit.

Vendor: PLEASE give us a switch, maybe 3 position: HIGH (current volume), Low, and Off.

Qi Compatible... I think...

Also, I believe this charger is "Qi" compatible, the newer standard for wireless charging, especially with Android phones. Verizon, Motorola and LG could just state these things up front (if true), and I don't have enough other devices to test with, so I'm 70% sure. The only other generic Qi charger I can find in the states is the Energizer pad (see my review there), but the Energizer pad is NOT working well with the Droid 3 setup.
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