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Trainer Gear

Any trainers planning a Pokemon adventure should be prepared. Here I've listed products that I recommend picking up to make your trip the most enjoyable and comfortable it can be.

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Portable Charger

If you haven't picked up a portable battery then now is the time, trainer. Anker batteries provides the best value for size. It's roughly the size of a deck of cards and is extremely light. Never worry about your phone being at 10% ever again. This little power ignot provides almost three full charges for an iPhone 6S and Samsung S6.
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Wireless Headphones

No more dealing with tangled headphones. Bluetooth wireless headphones stops those short wires tugging at your ears and allows your phone to move freely without a wire tethered to it. The Jaybird X2 Sport are the top of the line bluetooth earbuds with a battery life of 8 hours. A more affordable alternative is the SoundPEATS Headphones .
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If you insist on playing in the rain (I would), then you should get yourself a quality umbrella. The Repel Easy Touch Umbrella is designed with heavy rain and wind in mind. The umbrella opens and close at a touch of a button. If anything goes wrong, the Repel Easy Touch is backed by a lifetime replacement guarantee.
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Pokemon Go Plus

The Pokemon Go Plus is an irreplaceable accessory for playing Pokemon Go in any big city. You won't have to pick between enjoying the sights and spinning Pokestops. A good replacement for the default strap is the Misfit Shine wristband. The silicon strap perfectly fits the Go Plus.
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The Bowery Boys: Adventures in Old New York

The Bowery Boys Book is one of my favorite books about Old New York. It is 528 pages of an unconventional exploration of Manhattan's historical neighborhood. Not something you want to bring along with you but a great read before the trip.
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