3d printable gear for the aspiring Pokemon Master!

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Maybe we don’t have to introduce you to the most popular game of the last few weeks, where you have to go out on the street, to collect virtual creatures in the real world. Yes, we’re talking about Pokemon GO and here are our favourite picks from the 3d printing community that can aid you during your journey to become a Pokemon Master!

 

This awesome wrist-mount lets you go hands free, while still searching for pokemons. Once you’re near a pokemon, just flip your wrist into action, and start throwing pokeballs!

 

Having a hard time aiming the pokeball? Tired of wasting tons of them for catching just one lousy zubat? You need a poke-aimer! There are lots of 3d printable guides to help you achieve the perfect aim and the bonus XP, but we love this one because it can be fitted to your phone in OpenSCAD!

 

Most players complain about the app guzzling up their battery, so no wonder we can see everybody walking around with a powerbank in their hands, but keeping both your hands full all the time, is tiring. There are some belt clip designs to hold backup batteries for you, but user MattCarl printed an awesome pokeball-shaped charger with a CraftBot!

 

 

The news are full with people finally leaving the couch, and going out, to catch pokemons, and hatch some eggs. But who’s got time to walk 2 or even 5 kilometers just to be ultimately disappointed by a magikarp? Mount your phone to your dog with this doggiemount and let her do all the walking instead (it may work with overly energetic children as well).

 

So heat up the extruder, print something neat, and while you’re waiting for your print to be finished, go outside, to hatch some eggs!

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