This 3D-Printed Pokemon Go iPhone Case Ensures Perfect Poke Ball Throws

If you subscribe to the notion that Pokémon Go is life, and have therefore dedicated your life to not only catching ’em all, but also making sure that you level up as quickly as possible to earn the maximum respect from your peers, then you may welcome all of the help that you can get when it comes to Pokémon catching efficiency.

Of course, you could practice your skills and harness your finger flick over countless hours, or you could, of course, just grab this magnificent iPhone case that guarantees straight Poké Ball shooting every time.


If you’ve played Pokémon Go, and let’s face it, who actually hasn’t, then you will be very aware of the trouble that it can often bring when you’re down to your last few Poké Balls and there’s a relatively rare Pokémon that you have to have in your Pokédex. It would be very easy to run out of those Poké Balls and watch the rare little creature dance off into the abyss, never to be seen again. Thankfully, Jon Cleaver has had the foresight to try and combat this issue for the good of all Pokémon Go gamers around the globe by creating an iPhone case design that can be fabricated using a 3D printer.

When we say a case, this isn’t one of those protective cases that’s going to protect your precious iPhone from concrete damage when dropped from waist height. This is so, so much better and much more important given the current Pokémon Go landscape.

This is a case that is printed off using a template and a 3D printer, and then slipped onto the iPhone to ensure that the owner of the device simply can’t deviate from a straight flick when attempting to catch those Pokémon. If you’re an amateur looking to get better, or an expert looking to truly dominate the local Pokémon scene, then you really need this in your life.


If you’re interested in finally taking the game seriously, and want to learn more about the case as well as download the free-of-charge template to get your hands on one yourself, then you can head on over to My Mini Factory to get started.

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