Even though the Samsung sales assistant at BBY did not know anything about Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge compatibility, reviews here clued me in that this unit would not give me the crazy fast charging that the wired plugin charger provides. I bought it anyway and am very glad I did. It comes with a new Samsung fast charging power adapter to use with the wireless charging platform or by itself when you when you just want to plug it into the phone or use as a spare for the original that came with your phone. That's at least a $20 value. The wireless stand is not as fast as the wired setup - maybe 60% as fast - it tells you exactly how long to a full charge (it also does not get as warm during a charge). In my car I use a fast cigarette lighter USB connector with a fast USB cable to the phone. For normal use, it is much more convenient to just place the phone on the wireless stand and forget it for the moment. It works every time, without having to fine tune just where on the stand it sits, and the lights give you instant status of the charging process. When you need the phone, it's there for you, probably charged as much as you wanted. You can always put it back on the wireless charger when you're done for the moment. People who complained about the bright lights are owls. We always have some safety lighting on, anyway, and don't even notice it. NOTE: The charging speed with an S7 phone is faster than the S6, as per Samsung advertising. I feel this charging stand is an ideal compromise between speed and temperature buildup (download the GSam battery app for Android to monitor battery temperature and charging behavior of your cell phone - it's amazing and should be on every phone, especially with what has been happening on the now discontinued Samsung Note 7 model). The price Samsung charges is high, but I waited until I had another Best Buy Program coupon waiting to be spent. In summary, this is a high quality product. Get a second one for at work. I had to chuckle at the comment by someone here, who felt the charger is not wireless if you have to plug it in. How else would the electricity go into the charger? With a wireless wireless charger, I suppose.