Other than the NES Classic Edition, there haven’t been many items more difficult to get a hold of than the Pokemon Go Plus bracelet. Ever since it launched back in September, it has been consistently sold out virtually everywhere, but next week, Amazon is going to get more in stock. Even better, you can preorder one right now.

DON’T MISS: Amazon should have the NES Classic Edition in stock soon

Amazon hasn’t shared any specifics about how many Pokemon Go Plus units it’s going to get in, but whether it’s under 100 or over 1,000, we don’t expect the bracelet to be available for much longer. If you want one before Christmas, there’s a chance this will be your final opportunity to snag one (without paying extra).

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“The Pokémon GO Plus is a small device that lets you enjoy Pokémon GO while you’re on the move and not looking at your smartphone,” reads the official description of the hard-to-find device. “Pokémon GO Plus connects to your smart device over Bluetooth low energy (LE), allowing you to keep your phone in your pocket and go about your day-to-day activities. With Pokémon GO Plus, you’ll be able to play and enjoy your walk, run, hike, park trips, or visits to the library without having to look at your smartphone’s screen.”

UPDATE: The page originally said that the device would ship on December 13th, but every few minutes, that estimate grows. At the moment, Amazon expects its next batch of Pokemon Go Plus bracelets to arrive on December 16th

UPDATE 2: We apologize for the delayed update, but as expected, the stock of Pokemon Go Plus units dried up pretty quickly. We’ll be sure to post again when we see more available.

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.