If this was a year back, I would have been surprised. But now that Pokemon GO is all over the web and the real world, it isn’t surprising to see a virtual treasure hunt on the streets every day. From the time this game was released, it became viral. For those of you who are still not aware, “Pokémon GO is built on Niantic’s Real World Gaming Platform and will use real locations to encourage players to search far and wide in the real world to discover Pokémon. Pokémon GO allows you to find and catch more than a hundred species of Pokémon as you explore your surroundings.” But we have more to offer here!
When you’re gaming in the virtual world, you have your computer, a mouse, remote controllers and maybe a bowl of popcorn to munch on, and you’re done. But when you’re gaming in the real world, the scenario is different. You need a lot more accessories to keep you and your game going. Here are the top 10 accessories we think your Pokemon GO adventures might be in need of.
If you want to reach your destination before others, you’ve got to think of a better mode of transportation. How about an electric scooter without a handle?
And if you’re not much of a scooter person, switch to an electric bike instead. Propella rides and feels like a traditional bicycle, but delivers a boost of power on hills with a simple push of a throttle.
Apart from the Pokemon Go that gives you directions on where to find your Pokemon, you might need an additional navigation system for your bike. For emergency situations, just in case. Using intuitive and easy to see light signals, the Hammerhead One gives you turn by turn directions in your periphery so you can keep your eyes on the road.
Since you will be on the phone all the time, you need enough juice to power it up throughout the day. Creating a protective layer around your phone, this case also has two prongs on the back which can be plugged into any US socket. Available in four color themes, the PWR Case conceals the plug with each prong folding outward and laying flat with the case for a seamless outline. Ready to top up when you are, the PWR Case also has a detachable battery to keep you powered.
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Now, if you’re taking a run instead of using a bike or scooter, try going for these smart socks that will help you track your health at the same time. Data is gathered from an electronic anklet that attaches to the special socks with built-in sensors. Going beyond the typical tracking parameters of distance, calories, steps, and the like, Sensoria Smart Socks also analyze your foot landing technique and cadence.
For those who don’t prefer socks as a fitness tracker, how about trying something more conventional like a wearable band. Nestled inside a compact and sleek exterior, this device can track your steps, elevation, distance, and calories burned. The Pulse Ox also monitors your sleep cycle, hours slept, and wake up times.
To make sure you capture all your moments pretty well here is the best camera you can carry for your Pokemon Go adventures. Easily attaching to your clothing or gear and equipped with a two-day battery life, this compact and inconspicuous camera will record all the moments from your day with photos. Narrative has enough built-in storage for an incredible 6000 images so you can capture candid moments at every turn.
Since you’ll be traveling day long, you would need a backpack for your daily necessities. This one is a good choice which not only looks great but protects your laptop and makes your life easier by connecting to your handlebars and leaving your shoulders free.
Hunting for Pokemon need not stick to daylight hours alone. That’s where Triband Plus can be put to use. This gadget is aimed at redefining wearable technology to provide more choices to lifestyle augmentation. It charges any Android, Windows or Lightning compatible (iPhone 5/6) smartphones with an extra boost in power with its 800mAh lithium polymer battery and can even be used as a charging cable. The bright 23 lumen LED has been added to the overall functions of the wearable and will last 20 hours of continuous use on a full charge that can be used on a day to day occasion such as a bike ride, night hikes, walking home from school, a dark garage.
Finally, to make your journey more comfortable and fun, you need to beat the heat in style with these sunglasses. Since they come with speakers, you need not stay away from music either. Blocking out the UV rays to protect your eyes from the sun, these sunglasses are also outfitted with built-in bone conduction speaker technology so you can also listen to your music.
That was quite the list we had for Pokemon Go users as of now. What else would you like to see on the list?