“I think people are buying more, but they’re not flying off the shelves,” Isaiah Wright, a Staples sales associate, told Quartz on Thursday.

The situation at a Staples in New York City.
The situation at a Staples in New York City.
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Sabrina Prashad, another Staples sales associate, said she’s seen lots of teenagers in the park near where she lives in New Jersey walking around with their phones plugged in to battery packs. Prashad, who also plays Pokémon Go, has a different strategy. “I go to the park with my car and car charger,” she says, adding, “if you have your phone plugged in, [the Pokémon] walk to you.”

On Amazon, meanwhile, many of the best sellers in the “portable cell phone power banks” category are currently listed as taking four to five days to deliver, even for Prime members who typically receive free two-day shipping on eligible items.

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Battery packs aren’t the only phone accessory riding the Pokémon Go wave. Consumer electronics company Lifeproof told Quartz that it’s seen a “double digit sales increase” over the last week for the LifeActiv bike/bar mount, which lets people clamp a phone or other device to their bicycles. You know, to catch ’em all, but faster.

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