Does anyone still use a pokewalker?

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  1. skrinkle

    skrinkle Cat Mom

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    I like it so much better than Pokémon go lmao

    I just bought a second one for a dollar, gonna challenge my bf to a step count challenge :pray:
     
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    Never heard of one, they should make a Pokémon watch face for the Apple watch haha
     
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    But then I’d have to get an Apple Watch :cry:

    What I like about the walker though, is that I can just throw it in my purse and it counts my steps while the screen is in sleep mode. Pokémon go you have to have the app open and it kills my phone battery.


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    That’s pretty cool

    I love my Apple Watch, but that’s part because I got it for free - yay airmiles lol
     
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    Damn, I wish I didn’t just toss my air miles card in a pile and never use it. The last time I looked at the rewards I felt like they were crappy so I didn’t care to carry it around with me
     
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    The rewards are pretty good, hard to get enough miles to get anything worthwhile though
     
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    That was for Pokemon Heart Gold & Soul Silver right? I myself grew up with Gold and Silver, and was strictly brought up in an environment that "if you neglect your brain, you will always suffer consequences!".

    My brother always taught me to level my Pokemon the right way. Occasionally testing to see what I'd say when I'd hear about Gameshark the first time. I never liked the idea of it. Apparels and gadgets going secondary to the game you're playing = a big nono. People should train their Pokemon the old fashioned way!

    I find that a lot of times they market to people that still qualify as beginners, or rather have been playing for years; but are not that skilled. Pokemon is not that difficult once you get the hang of repeatedly going into the grass and training! When you train your Pokemon, there is nothing that is really unbeatable other than the Elite 4.

    Hope that helps!
     

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