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Items

In Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee, all items are separated into several different pockets and cases in your Bag. I gave many items their own sections and pages for easy navigation. However, a few miscellaneous items are listed below since they’re placed in the main area of the bag.

Field Items

Field Items are items that are only used outside of battle (in the field). They have various uses and can be bought at select Poke Marts.

Name Price Description
Escape Rope 300 Use the Escape Rope to return to the entrance of a Cave or Building.
Repel 400 An item that prevents wild Pokemon that are a lower level than the lead Pokemon in your party from appearing for 100 steps after use.
Super Repel 700 An item that prevents wild Pokemon that are a lower level than the lead Pokemon in your party from appearing for 200 steps after use.
Max Repel 900 An item that prevents wild Pokemon that are a lower level than the lead Pokemon in your party from appearing for 250 steps after use.
Lure 400 An item that increases the chances of finding rare and shiny wild Pokemon for 100 steps after use.
Super Lure 700 An item that increases the chances of finding rare and shiny wild Pokemon for 200 steps after use.
Max Lure 900 An item that increases the chances of finding rare and shiny wild Pokemon for 250 steps after use.

Valuable Items

There are a few items in the Pokemon world that have no use other than to be sold. If you find these items, sell them at the Poke Mart for some quick cash.

Item Sell Price
Nugget 5,000
Big Nugget 10,000
Pearl 1,000
Big Pearl 4,000
Stardust 1,500
Star Piece 6,000
Tiny Mushroom 250
Big Mushroom 2,500
Pretty Wing 500
Chalky Stone 30
Stretchy Spring 10
Beach Glass 400
Polished Mud Ball 600

Key Items

Item Location Use
Town Map Pallet Town after completing the intro mission Allows you to see all major cities and facilities in Kanto.
S.S. Ticket Bill's Cottage, Route 25 Allows you to board the S.S. Anne in Vermilion City.
Autograph Vermilion Gym, reward for defeating Lt. Surge N/A.
Tea Celadon City, receive from Brock Allows you to enter Saffron City
Lift Key B1F Rocket Game Corner, Celadon City Allows you to use the elevator in the Rocket Game Corner.
Poke Flute Pokemon Tower, Lavender Town Allows you to wake up the sleeping Snorlax west of Celadon City and at the south end of Route 12.
Card Key 5F Silph Co, Saffron City Allows you to open all doors in Silph Co.
Silph Scope Defeat the boss of Rocket Game Corner, Celadon City Allows you to see all Ghost Pokemon in Pokemon Tower.
Secret Key B1F Pokemon Mansion, Cinnabar Island Opens the Cinnabar Island Pokemon Gym.
Small Bouquet Partner Pokemon after becoming Pokemon League Champion N/A
Shiny Charm Game Freak Office, Celadon Condominiums Increases your odds of finding a Shiny Pokemon in the wild.