[Images: Bandai]

In Dragon Ball, there is a tracking device that makes finding, well, Dragon Balls, so much more easy. Now people can own one.

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Of course, this isn’t a real Dragon Ball Radar, but it does look like the one Bulma made.

[Images: Bandai]

It’s apparently a quality replica that also beeps, plays music, and makes sounds. You can enjoy finding Dragon Balls with it, but not real Dragon Balls.

[Images: Bandai]

You cannot find those. Sorry.

The Dragon Ball Radar is priced at 10,800 yen (US$98), with pre-orders starting this month in Japan for a March 2017 release.

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