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Pokemon GO Plus Accessory (Android & iOS Compatible)

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Explore the world with Pokemon GO Plus at your side! The Pokemon GO Plus is an accessory that is compatible with any smart phone that has the Pokemon GO application installed. When a Pokemon is close by, the Pokemon GO Plus will begin to vibrate. Simply click on the button and you will able to catch a Pokemon while you are out and about. With the Pokemon GO Plus, users can catch Pokemon with a simple click of a button. When the Pokemon GO Plus is paired via Bluetooth LE to a phone that has the Pokemon GO application installed, players can encounter and catch Pokemon like never before. Users will also encounter set locations called Poke Stop, where you can collect items like Poke Balls, Berries, and even Pokemon Eggs. The Pokemon GO Plus is easy and convenient, allowing the player to continue with their daily activities without having to look at their phone.

Customer Review Snapshot

4 out of 5 stars
94 total reviews
5 stars
48
4 stars
24
3 stars
6
2 stars
6
1 star
10
Most helpful positive review
I really love this because when my boyfriend is driving I can pass pokestops while driving and just push a button on my Pokemon go plus to receive all the items. You can also catch Pokemon while driving but only if your driving in a slower speed limit zone.

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Explore the world with Pokemon GO Plus at your side! The Pokemon GO Plus is an accessory that is compatible with any smart phone that has the Pokemon GO application installed. When a Pokemon is close by, the Pokemon GO Plus will begin to vibrate. Simply click on the button and you will able to catch a Pokemon while you are out and about. With the Pokemon GO Plus, users can catch Pokemon with a simple click of a button. When the Pokemon GO Plus is paired via Bluetooth LE to a phone that has the Pokemon GO application installed, players can encounter and catch Pokemon like never before. Users will also encounter set locations called Poke Stop, where you can collect items like Poke Balls, Berries, and even Pokemon Eggs. The Pokemon GO Plus is easy and convenient, allowing the player to continue with their daily activities without having to look at their phone.
Pokemon GO Plus:
  • Catch Pokemon like never before
  • Nearby Pokemon will vibrate the accessory, ensuring you never miss a catch
  • Pairs via Bluetooth LE to any smartphone with Pokemon GO installed
  • Works with both Android and iOS
  • Continue catching them without looking at your phone

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Specifications

Video Game Platform
Nintendo Wii U
Brand
NINTENDO
Features
No features description available
Is Cordless
Y
Color
Multi-Color
Batteries Required
Y
Compatible Devices
Video Game Consoles
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
5.20 x 2.84 x 1.26 Inches

Customer Reviews

5 stars
48
4 stars
24
3 stars
6
2 stars
6
1 star
10
Most helpful positive review
54 customers found this helpful
Hit pokestops from a moving car
I really love this because when my boyfriend is driving I can pass pokestops while driving and just push a button on my Pokemon go plus to receive all the items. You can also catch Pokemon while driving but only if your driving in a slower speed limit zone.
Most helpful negative review
9 customers found this helpful
The Pokemon Go Plus hates you
This device does whatever it can to ruin your fun. Disconnect every three minutes for no reason? Done. Disconnect when the phone gets more than 5 feet away? Easy. Actually perform its intended purpose? Once in a blue moon. The connection isn't even solid enough to track steps due to the constant issues. Save your money. The only thing you get out of purchasing this is anger and frustration.
Most helpful positive review
54 customers found this helpful
Hit pokestops from a moving car
I really love this because when my boyfriend is driving I can pass pokestops while driving and just push a button on my Pokemon go plus to receive all the items. You can also catch Pokemon while driving but only if your driving in a slower speed limit zone.
Most helpful negative review
9 customers found this helpful
The Pokemon Go Plus hates you
This device does whatever it can to ruin your fun. Disconnect every three minutes for no reason? Done. Disconnect when the phone gets more than 5 feet away? Easy. Actually perform its intended purpose? Once in a blue moon. The connection isn't even solid enough to track steps due to the constant issues. Save your money. The only thing you get out of purchasing this is anger and frustration.
1-10 of 94 reviews

Pokémon Go Plus

Works great for pokestops. Will throw 1 regular ball at Pokémon. 50/50 chance of catching or running away. Will not throw anything other than regular balls. Seems to pick up stops and Pokémon from farther away. Battery won't drain from phone as quickly. Downside can't see what you are throwing at so may toss a regular ball at something that needed more. Overall good buy for gamers

Hit pokestops from a moving car

I really love this because when my boyfriend is driving I can pass pokestops while driving and just push a button on my Pokemon go plus to receive all the items. You can also catch Pokemon while driving but only if your driving in a slower speed limit zone.

FREE YOURSELF

LOVE IT- FUN TO PLAY WHILE WALKING WITHOUT THE DISTRACTION OF STOPPING AND THROWING THE BALL FROM THE PHONE, BUT I CAN DO THAT TO! GRANDDAUGHTER LOVES PRESSING THE BUTTON AND PLAYING WITH ME .. HAPTIC FEEDBACK HELPS CONNECT IT AND US.

Km's a-flyin'

The only selling point I needed was the ability to track km while the screen is black. The ability to multitask is icing on the cake! Catch those stops during evolution scenes or even while you are catching another Pokémon.

Best thing that's happened to my Pokémon carrier

Now I can play Pokémon while I'm out with my girlfriend without her getting annoyed at the fact that I'm catching some Pokémon. It's super easy to use and inconspicuous if you keep it in your palm. Oh, and it's also good for grinding your way to higher trainer levels.

Go Plus

Pokemon Go Plus is excellent mainly for what I want to do in the game: hatch eggs and get PokeStops. Its not for catching Pokemon, trust me, its awful at that. Especially if you're high level. Just consider this a handy pedometer counting towards the steps it takes to hatch you that sweet high IV Lapras!

Pretty good item

It helps to hatch eggs quicker, also helps to collect stardust quicker. Some bad points are that you can't see what pokémon are you going to catch, only if you already have it on your pokedex or not. And you only can use regular poke-balls.

Not Much of a Plus

I went in knowing that the PG+ would only catch Pokemon with one Pokeball attempt. At higher levels I knew this wouldn't be very useful. Even so, I was attracted to the idea of being able to spin Pokestops without having my phone out. I thought that would work for me to get items during my daily commute to and from work. It works some times and doesn't even pick them up other times. I thought it had to do with speed, but I can spin some going over 30 MPH. Other times even around neighborhoods, going only 25 MPH and right on the middle of the stop they won't even recognize it. I end up going to my phone on my lap and spinning them. Does work great for getting buddy steps for candy with the phone locked.

When the Bluetooth connection works, it's awesome.

When it works, the Plus lets you collect from Pokestops and catch Pokemon (using only 1 attempt with a red ball). It can really increase your ability to play because the app can be running in the background on the phone and Plus will still work. If you follow some very specific instructions (not included with the Plus), this device works and really improves your game play ability/experience. It can be EXTREMELY frustrating not being able to connect the Plus easily. If you buy this, and have an Android phone, you MUST follow these steps: 1) Close the Pokemon GO App 1) Turn WIFI OFF (must stay off to use POGO Plus) 2) Turn Location Sharing OFF for WIFI *AND* Bluetooth (Settings > Location > ... > Sharing 3) Open Pokemon GO App 4) Click the gear Settings icon 5) Select Pokemon GO Plus 6) Push the button on the POGO Plus (light will flash Blue) 7) Click the device when it appears on the screen and you /should/ finally be connected. (You can alternatively for steps 4-7 click the POGO Plus icon on the map screen and then click the button on the POGO Plus when the pink message instructs you to) Now, this is *VERY* important. You must keep WIFI and Location Sharing ALWAYS OFF or your Plus will lose its connection and won't let you reconnect. You will have to reset the device/redo the above instructions all over again if you turn WIFI or Location Sharing on, whether you turn it on or the phone does it by itself, or another app does it. HAVE FUN!

The Pokemon Go Plus hates you

This device does whatever it can to ruin your fun. Disconnect every three minutes for no reason? Done. Disconnect when the phone gets more than 5 feet away? Easy. Actually perform its intended purpose? Once in a blue moon. The connection isn't even solid enough to track steps due to the constant issues. Save your money. The only thing you get out of purchasing this is anger and frustration.

Customer Q&A

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1-3 of 9 questions
by JmfMFebruary 19, 2017


Last answer: February 24, 2017
1. The device uses pokeballs and only pokeballs (not great/Ultra) to attempt to catch a pokemon. Only one attempt is made through the watch, either a succesfful catch (indicated by multi colored flashing lights) or the pokemon runs (Red flashing light).
by AngryCostumer
2. It does seem to use more Pokeballs than average as it only uses a single Pokeball to try and catch the pokemon. However it will sometimes get nice high level pokemon (with one pokeball!) that the game on your phone did not even detect. Sometimes I will use it with the game on my phone to compare the results.
by UchihaDivergent
3. It only uses Pokeballs. If it doesn't catch the Pokémon it doesn't use a ball. Once you are out of Pokeballs it stops catching Pokémon. You can set it to download items from Pokestops only then. I wish it used Great Balls etc but it won't. I haven't been able to determine how many balls it uses per catch.
by Otakumom
4. It only uses Pokeballs. If it doesn't catch the Pokémon it doesn't use a ball. Once you are out of Pokeballs it stops catching Pokémon. You can set it to download items from Pokestops only then. I wish it used Great Balls etc but it won't. I haven't been able to determine how many balls it uses per catch. It seems to be on par with doing it manually.
by Otakumom
5. After you have opened the app to connect to the Pokemon Go Plus, you can just hide/minimize/return to your home screen. It does not need to be the active app, it just needs to be open in the background.
by Bryan
6. It uses regular pokeballs only.. you start to value them more than great balls because you're usually running low
by Clark
7. It uses poke balls. You can hit pokestops at about 35mph instead of about 25mph limit. It works with the app active but phone in standby, greatly increasing battery life. It also keeps the app active, in my experience using just battery saver mode, the app goes dark after about fifteen minutes, not so with the plus. This means much increased egg hatching. This is buggy with Android as far as connectivity, but worth it for the other advantages.
by JonnyQ
7 Answers
Last answer: February 24, 2017

by AMHMarch 8, 2017


Last answer: April 20, 2017
1. This only uses regular Poke balls when you press the button the Pokemon go plus device. Make sure to keep plenty in stock, because it will keep telling you that there is a Pokemon, but it will tell you also that you are out of poke balls.
by vince23
2. Yes, although your phone can be in standby mode. You don't need the screen on, which saves battery life greatly, and it also stays active much longer than regular "battery saver mode".
by JonnyQ
2 Answers
Last answer: April 20, 2017

by dunndeeJuly 1, 2018


Last answer: August 29, 2018
1. Yes, this product requires a compatible Android or iOS device.
by CommunityAnswer
1 Answer
Last answer: August 29, 2018

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