Timer Ball is a type of Poké Ball used for catching Pokémon. For every ten turns that pass in a battle with a wild Pokémon, the chances of success for capturing the Pokémon increases. Its starting effectiveness is no better than that of a standard Poké Ball.

Appearance

It has a black, white, and red top with the sides of the top half being black also along with what looks like a cooking timer type handle in orange pointing toward the button. It has a better catch rate the more turns there are before using it.

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Generation III

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Generation VII

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Trivia

  • In Generation III and IV, the catch rate is determined by the formula: , where x is the number of turns passed.
    • In Generation V, the formula has been altered: , where y is the catch rate (x1 is the default).
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