I posted a video where they mod it to catch with any other ball but that’s up to you. I just click it to whittle down the great and ultras and then use regulars to auto catch.I wish it would auto throw all balls. I usually delete the regular pokeballs since I have over 500 Ultra balls. Thats kind of overkill. Unfortunately I didn't have much of a charge on it from the box, so I only got about 25-30;mins of it working. It started missing Pokestops etc and then I saw it was no longer connected to my phone. I'll get a better test run tomorrow.
I have it spin stops going 45+ easily.I've had the Pokemon Go Plus+ for about a week. I definitely don't regret buying it, but you have to be semi-hardcore to justify it. It's renewed my interest in playing a little.
We went to the zoo and I racked up a ton of items and star dust in our half day there. I was able to focus on the family without having to spin and catch everything in sight. Though the successful catch rate with the regular Pokeballs is quite low, probably about 50%.
The one thing that is slightly disappointing is its ability to spin Pokestops on the go. For some reason, I expected it to catch everything while driving, it must just be the limits of how quickly you're moving. It will probably come in super-handy for Community Day/Spotlight events when there's just too much to catch and I get bored throwing balls.
And I wish you could turn down the vibration strength a bit, it's a bit much.
I have it spin stops going 45+ easily.
If you have it set to still detecting pokemon it has a hard time because its always scanning for them in the background first. Always turn off the tab for "identify nearby pokemon" when youre just driving and itll spin stops like crazy.
Still a ton better than on screen when you need to be 20MPH or less.