This is my early review of the Joy Con Charging Dock by PowerA. This product is almost perfect for five stars but noticed one flaw with it. First with the good... it's great to charge four joy cons if you have them. With it, you now can charge up to 3 sets of joy cons (4 on the dock, 2 on the Switch). I didn't track of how long it actually takes to charge the joy cons, but when you plug them in before going to bed, they'll all be charged by the time you wake up. Additionally, they make it easy to identify which direction the controllers are to face and since they don't lock in place, you don't have to worry about pushing the small release button. The base has a nice weight to it, so it doesn't feel like a cheap plastic charger that will get pushed around by the cord if controllers are on it to weigh it down. The cord is not removable, however, they made it so you can wrap it around on the bottom for easy transport/storage.
Now, my one and only gripe that I have faced with it is the charging portion. When your controllers are setup in the dock and you place the Switch into its own dock, the lights on the joy con charging dock turn off, flicker and then turn back on. Now, I'm sure it's during the time when the Switch is drawing most of the power and it causes the joy con charging dock to flicker, but when your joy cons are fully charged and it happens, the lights turn red! Does that mean, my joy cons aren't charged and the green light is just a misleading representation of its actually charge? Whatever the case may be, I'm not sure if this is a design flaw or just a mere coincidence with mine, but I do hope it's not a $30 table top decoration that flickers red/green Christmas lights.