So when we’re all set to download Pokémon Go when it finally gets released in the Philippines and ready to traverse the mean streets of Metro Manila to be the very best that no one ever was, one thing that we have to address is the battery life of our phones. For what good is a smartphone having Pokémon Go if its out of juice and we can’t follow that flock of people who may found a rare Pokémon in the area? It’s true, we could be armed with one or two power banks but that doesn’t quite capture our love and devotion to the Pokémon franchise. Enter the PokéDex Battery Case.
3D printed by Trainer Nick Poole, the PokéDex Case has a built-in 2600mAh battery to help push our phone’s on screen time a little further allowing us to catch a few more Pokémon than we actually would. We know — 2600mAh? That’s it? The battery capacity may be lacking, but it more than makes up for it in swag points when you whip it out in a crowd of trainers.
It seems there are no plans, so far at least, to sell these cases but you are free to download the files he used to print them up if you happen to own your very own 3D printer.