Digimon Vital Bracelet DimCard Agumon Gabumon

Digimon Vital Bracelet DimCard Set to Feature Agumon and Gabumon

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A new Digimon Vital Bracelet DimCard set is immediately available to pre-order. This set will contain a total of four DimCards, each with a unique evolution tree. Consumers will be able to raise Digimon from the respective DimCards, including Agumon and Gabumon through the purchase of the set. The Digimon Vital Bracelet DimCard EX and 01 card set is available to pre-order for $35 through the Premium Bandai store. Pre-orders will close on September 27, 2021. The DimCard EX and 01 card set will ship in October 2021.

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These card sets are used exclusively with the Digimon Vital Bracelet. This unique bracelet allows for consumers to train Digimon while exercising. The Vital Bracelet tracks the user’s heart rate and step count. This impacts the growth of your Digimon. A total of three versions of the bracelet are available, with each coming packaged with an Impulse City DimCard.

However, a special version of the bracelet comes with Ancient Warriors DimCard, which allows users to raise V-Mon. These new DimCards will feature unique evolution trees and access to new Digimon. Additionally, a Digimon EX Adventure DimCard will release on March 31, 2021 which coincides with the release of the Digimon Vital Bracelet.

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