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About the product
- Go-tach wristband help you collect Pokemon GO without having to look at your smartphone.
- Touchscreen with on screen animations and vibration alerts helps you through your collecting adventure, simply tap the screen to collect.
- Select 'Auto-catch' mode and you don't even need to respond to the Go-tach does it all! Collect Poke Balls, Potions, Eggs, and other items at Poke stops without having to check your smartphone
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Go-tach wristband help you collect Pokemon GO without having to look at your smartphone Touchscreen with on screen animations and vibration alerts helps you through your collecting adventure, simply tap the screen to collect Or select 'Auto-catch' mode and you don't even need to respond to the Go-tach does it all! Collect Poke Balls, Potions, Eggs, and other items at Poke stops without having to check your smartphone
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There are 5 settings that you can turn on and off. The actually turn it on or off you go to that setting and hold down the "button" (the red circle on the device) for 2-5 seconds to change it from on/off and back. On is a check mark and off is an "X". The setting are; Auto pokestop, auto known pokemon, auto new pokemon, vibrate, and connect to phone. If you set any of the autos on it will spin/throw a ball for the item without you having to interact with the device or phone (i.e. spinning the pokestop that is in range). If you set the auto to off, the device will show when you can do this and you can double tap the button to it (i.e. double tap button to spin the pokestop that is in range). If you are using the device and have any of the 3 auto turned off, I would not recommend having vibration turned off, because you would need to be looking at the device to know to hit the button. If you are playing with all 3 autos on then go a head turn vibrations off as you see fit (it can be nice to have no vibrations to distract you, but I personally prefer to have it on so that if it doesn't vibrate for a while I can check to see if it has disconnected). As for the last setting, the only time you need to really use this is if you are wanting to take the device from being paired from one phone to another.
Now before I got this, I used the Pokemon Go Plus (I still have it and it still works fine but I let my kids use it now). Everything the plus can do the Go-tcha can do, but the Go-tcha has options (the auto settings and turning vibrations off) that the plus can't do. Like the plus, you can't hit the pokestops on top of the gyms (I'm hoping that the game will change this in an update for the plus which would allow the Go-tcha to do it too). Both device seem to disconnect from the game after about an hour (I don't know why, but I've noticed it happens with both, so just check on it every hour or so).
The bracelet is tight when it is new, so getting the device out to charge it, or snapping it to your wrist is difficult in the beginning, but gets better the more you do it. I suspect that after a longer period of time it don't fit well and will need to be replace but there are other bands for another device that you can get to put it on, or just carry it in your pocket (I'm not brave enough to do that, I fear it will end up in the washing machine and I will cry).
Overall this device is great for my needs. I hit a local gym to work out and jog every morning. There are 4 pokestops and 1 pokegym around the track I run. A week after I started doing this I ordered my plus and loved it. However I now take my jogs with my kids phones as well, so having the Go-tcha hooked up to my phone and a plus to my kids makes it much easier then jogging and playing phone in my hand being switched every minute in and out of my pockets. My plan is to go and buy more Go-tchas for that I can do my work out with the phones in my pockets (I always wear a jacket with large pockets anyways) and just have the Go-tchas running up and down my arms with all auto on and my hands free.
I had previously had a Go Plus. I don't think I could go back. The gotcha is much less bulky and I feel like it stays connected a little better. The autocatch and autospin are the best things ever. The biggest problem is that I now have to go spin more often as I can easily go through 100 Pokeballs a day. Need more stardust? This definitely helps get you there.
I love this button, and as far as I can tell, it recognizes Pokemon and pokestops faster than the old button does.
I also love the fact that I can be at work and it's not buzzing like crazy since I can turn the vibration off.
I recommend this product for sure