The Smallest Pocket Product
The smallest and lightest 2P auto Pokémon catcher! Its 32x32mm size is slightly larger than a coin and weighs only 10g. Very compact and easy to carry around.
Fully equipped in a compact size. It features "Auto Pokémon catching", and "Auto prop collection". It also supports a "Dual accounts connection" that connects two accounts in a device!
Its "Type-C charging" enables non-stop catching fun with the convenient charging
RGB signal display
- It communicates various game statuses by showcasing different light combinations.
Highly Stable Auto Catch
- You don't have to worry about missing opportunities to catch Pokémon or gather items anytime!
Super Mini! Easy to carry!
- The Auto Catch LIGHT, with its compact 32*32mm size, is just slightly larger than a coin. This makes it incredibly portable, allowing you to easily carry it on a keychain, in a bag, or in your pocket.
Dual accounts connection at the same time
- The Auto Catch LIGHT boasts the feature of "Dual Account Connection." It seamlessly supports both one or two accounts, allowing you to use it with a single phone or across two different phones.
Various accessories available
- Auto Catch LIGHT is the same size as Air Tag.
- Besides the bundled leather case, it also fits*some of Air Tag's accessories. You can build it whatever you want!
More Convenient Charging
- Introducing "Type-C" charging! You can conveniently recharge the Auto Catch LIGHT using the included "Dual Type-C" cable, connecting it to another device with a Type-C port. This ensures uninterrupted catching without any concerns about the battery level.
- 1x Auto Catch Light
- 1x Leather case lanyard (black)
- 1x USB C to USB C cable
- 1x Manual
- 1x Thank-you card
- 1x Kanban girl sticker
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- SENT FROM 2 NORFOLK CLOSE TUNCURRY NSW 2428
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I used the Gotcha Evolve for a couple of years, and went through 3 of them in that time (the first having an issue and needed to be replaced very quickly). On the whole they were non-intrusive and easy to use, but did have some issues with durability, so I decided to see if any of the new catchers were any good.
After looking at a number of reviews, I decided to give the BPAC - Light a go. Reasons for this was it were multiple: It appeared non-intrusive, simple to use, had dual-account capability, and looked to be fairly robust.
I've used it for a couple of weeks now, and am finding it really easy to use, very non-intrusive. It comes with a leather holder fob that acts like a key-chain or belt-hook attachment... or you just put it in your pocket (I just clip it to my bike when riding). The charge seems to hold for several days before needing to be topped up (via USB-C) (Any powered USB-C cable works by the way).
The only issue I had was that I had to disconnect and reconnect it to my phone several times to get the player one account (the top side) to be the default connection to my iphone, rather than the player two account. I'd say that this was because there were multiple blue-tooth devices active in the immediate vicinity when I first activated it, and I probably accidentally activated both accounts when I first started trying to connect. This showed what I consider the only real drawback (and it's minor once sorted) is that the P1 and P2 accounts do not identify themselves as such when blue-tooth pairing and show up on your phone as the same name. Using the associated application on the phone enabled me to determine which account was connected with the phone however, so I was able to forget the connection and try again until it was the P1 account that was actually 'learnt' by my phone.
I've used the dual-account capability a couple of times now with my wife, and also with a friend who also plays, and as long as you stay within blue-tooth range of each other, it works very well. They just pair to the P2 account and use the associated application as well.
I'm very happy with it so far, and hope that it proves to be as robust as it appears to be.