Are you team Valor, Mystic or Instinct in Pokemon Go? Business savvy companies offer Pokemon Go Plus stickers to wear your team color.
Pokemon Go mania is sweeping the world and divides Pokemon trainers into three teams. You can choose between team Valor (red), Mystic (blue) or Instinct (yellow) once you reached level 5. Each team has a different description, but it does not matter which team you choose. What matters is what team your friends chose so you can join them and play together against another team in a Poke Gym.
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To you show which Pokemon Go team you joined, accessory makers sell stickers for the Pokemon Go Plus Bluetooth bracelet. This is a genius idea to latch on the viral success of Pokemon Go.
As reported, the Pokemon Go Plus initial stock has been sold for $34.99 during a brief pre-order period. On eBay the pre-orders for Pokemon Go are auctioned off for $150 and more. According to the latest information, the Pokemon Go Plus gadget will start shipping in early August.
Because of the incredible success of the Pokemon Go app, the demand for the Pokemon Go Plus bracelet has sky rocket. It's a neat accessory for regular Pokemon players. It reduces the need to pull out your smartphone a little bit.
The device connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth low energy and notifies you about events in the game—such as the appearance of a Pokemon nearby, using an LED and vibration. The Pokemon Go Plus will begin to blink and vibrate whenever you're within range of a PokeStop. Press the Pokemon Go Plus button to search the PokeStop for items. If you find any items, swipe or tap them to add them to your inventory. When a Pokémon is near, the light on the Pokemon Go Plus will flash. It will also flash and vibrate when you pass a PokeStop.
How To: Buy a Pokemon Go Plus
Once a Pokemon is close, press the button on the Pokemon Go Plus to throw a Poke Ball. You'll only be able to throw a Poke Ball using Pokemon Go Plus if you've caught the Pokemon before. The Pokemon Go Plus will flash and vibrate to let you know if you were successful in catching the Pokemon.