PowerA DualShock Charging Station for PlayStation 4
- Charge up to 2 DualShock 4 controllers simultaneously
- Never worry about running out of battery
- Charges your controllers through an AC adapter
- Officially licensed product
- Matches your PlayStation 4 system and DualShock 4 controllers
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Charging Station for PlayStation 4
Officially Licensed by Sony
Feel confident your controllers are always ready to game as they charge on display alongside of your PS4 console.
Charge Two DUALSHOCK 4 Controllers Simultaneously
Your DUALSHOCK 4 Controller should start to glow orange to indicate its charge status. If the DUALSHOCK 4 Controller is 'ON' while charging on the Station, it will retain its normal blue hue and the charge status can be monitored on the PS4 dashboard. The DUALSHOCK 4 controller will stop glowing when fully charged.
What Is In The Box?
- (1) Charging Station
- (1) AC Adapter
Snap-Down Charging Design
Simply set the DUALSHOCK 4 controller/s on either side of the station and click down to charge.
Charges & Displays
When fully charged, click to release contact and simply leave the controller on the station. Full charge in 1.3 Hours.
|Charging Stand for PS4||Chat Headset for PS4||Charge and Display Station for PSVR||Complete Charging Station for PS4|
|Time For Full Charge||1.3 Hours||NA||1.3 Hours||1.3 Hours|
|What It Comes With||(1) USB Charging Adapter, (1) USB Charging Cable, (1) Charging Stand||(1) Chat Headset for PS4||(1) Charge & Display Station, (1) AC Adapter||(1) Dual Charging Station, (1) Removable Headset Stand, (1) AC Adapter|
Do you hate having extended gaming sessions interrupted by dead controller batteries? Don't think about pausing your gaming to charge a controller-the DualShock 4 Charging Station for PlayStation 4 helps you game longer; With room for up to two DualShock 4 controllers, you can always leave a spare on the charger. The AC adapter providing the juice guarantees that you'll be good to go again in no time.
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However, it is very hard to get the controller seated, and once you do, the slightest touch will loosen it from the contacts. The build quality is low. It is flimsy plastic which is easily broken.
There is a "feature" where you place the controller into the charger, and then press down so it engages the charging contacts. The charger clicks as if the controller were seated. Well, no. The receiver has clicked, but the controller is still essentially "floating" on the charger base. Even just the contact of your fingers as you try to let go of the controller will knock it loose.
This is a piece of junk. Buy something else.
It's not as convenient as it could be simply because you cannot charge and use the controller at the same time like you can with a charging cable. If you have 2 controllers though, that shouldn't be an issue at all! I leave one controller on the charging station at all times (there's an intermediate 'setting' on the dock which lets you set the controller within the docking cradle, but not set it far enough down to initiate charging) while I use the other controller. With the amount of life that one controller gives, I can fully charge the other controller a few times over and just switch them out when the one I'm using gets low!
It's a basic thin, plastic base which feels cheap-ish, but that's negligible to the amount of use you get out of it! It prevents you from having to plug your wireless controller in to charge. It gets rid of the unsightly/annoying cord draped over your lap. It looks sleek while also being useful!
How-to: Set your Ps4 controller into one of the cradles. Push the controller down into the cradle until you hear/feel a solid 'click'. If you do it right, the controller's light bar will start pulsing a dim yellow/orange to let you know it's charging. When charging is complete, the light bar will no longer pulse.
To release: Push down on the controller again and you will hear/feel another click and will be able to lift the controller out of the station.
Controller light bar will pulse a gentle yellow/orange while charging to let you know it's working
Can hold a controller without having to charge it (see above notes)
Looks good next to the Ps4!
Charges your controller within an hour or two and lets you get back to gaming quick!
There's a slight divot in each cradle that has an indication as to where the 'PS' button will go to make lining up easy
Has a notch on the bottom for the cord so it sits evenly on the table
Relatively cheap material
Doesn't have an extra 'hook' for headphone storage
To be fair, I didn't really have much in the way of cashflow for the first 10 of those years, and controllers didn't really become wireless until I was, like, 20 but MOVING ON.
This thing is a life saver.
There is nothing worse then sitting down for a marathon sessions of The Witcher 3 and then realize that your controller is down to a single bar...and you can't find the damned charging cord. And when you DO find it, it's, like, 2 feet long, so you have to play the game like f'n Smeagol for an hour while it charges.
This beautiful little bastard fixes that.
Now, after I'm done answering age old questions like 'How many times can I get teabagged in one match of Destiny 2?' and 'How long does this Anthem loading screen really have to be?', I can plop my controller into this comforting little cradle and never have to worry about a dead controller ever, ever again.
The only down side is that it can only charge two controllers at a time, so keeping four controllers charged is a little troublesome.
But I don't have friends so, really, that is a minor nit-pick.
awesome right? awesome design!!! hell yeah!!! well for me, when id dock the ps4 controller on it and clicked it down, it doesnt charge, maybe if you put a brick over the controllers it will make contact enough to charge, but alone, at least my unit isnt working properly. im so upset, because i started thinking at how other third party sellers design their chargers. this one, looks cool, the design is awesome, the ps logo looks sick, and the omg the clicking thing to charge, and display, genious!!! well mine DIDNT F******G WORK!!! all i wanted is to charge my stuff. i waited days to get this, only to open it and the POS doesnt work without help. dont buy this, go with something designed to charge via micro usb.
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EDIT: Some time has passed now, and with daily usage, I still have nothing bad to say about this charger. I initially had trouble getting the controllers seated, which I thought was it being finicky about placement, but that turned out to be me being silly, the dock has to be "clicked" down into place for it to work is all. Once I figured that out, this dock has been perfect. I bought a used PS4, and both controllers have loose micro-USB connectors, and having to plug them in and place them just so in order for them to charge was a pain, and now I don't need to worry about it. I stand by my original 5 star rating.