The Isle Of Armor Cram-O-Matic is a special item given to you when you first start the DLC. The biggest focus with this item is making some really interesting items, including TRs. which are the Pokémon: Sword & Shield version of TMs in some respect. To get this item you need to talk to Hyde, the son of Honey, when you first begin the DLC.
You can also make your own items in Pokémon: Sword & Shield with the all-new Cram-O-Matic. You get both the item and the recipes from the same NPC that gives you the item. Players can buy more recipes for 100 Watts from the same NPC. It’s not the best way to get the recipes though. For one thing, there’s no in-game way to track recipes with the Cram-O-Matic, even with the ones you buy for Watts.
You can find plenty of watts in the Isle of Armor — just explore and look for the glowing red dens around the place. Ma and Pa Diggers are also a great way to dig up more Watts, as well as the useful Armorite Ore. You will be getting plenty of Watts, but it’s best to save them for the Dojo Upgrades. If you need more Armorite Ore, which can be turned in for more moves or traded for Watts, use our Armorite Ore farming guide to find where Digging Ma spawns.
Each reward item for the Isle Of Armor Cram-O-Matic requires four different input items. Use the chart below to add each of the four items, this will award you with the listed item under “Recipe Name”. There’s a lot of things that can be earned here, so take a look and see if there’s anything you might want.
Isle Of Armor Cram-O-Matic Recipes List
If you’re looking for more tips for the new Isle of Armor DLC for Pokémon Sword and Shield, we’ve got you. We have guides on how to get the EXP Charm. Where to go to find various rare items like the Armorite Ore. And for those competitive Trainers, learn how to get some great five-star Ditto for breeding too. You can also get Gigantamax forms of Squirtle or Bulbasaur as well. If you’re on the hunt for various Gen I spawns, head to the secret Brawler’s Cave for some nice spawns like Poliwrath and Lickitung.