Easiest way to get Razor Claw in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet
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Pokémon in Scarlet and Violet is full of different ways to evolve your Pokémon. One way is to use Razor Claw. Here is how to get Razor Claw in the fastest and easiest way possible. This item, while it can be used as a simple held item, has multiple uses in-game.

Buy a Razor Claw from the Delibird Presents shop

Along with plenty of evolution-focused held items, a Razor Claw can be bought from the Delibird Presents shop. This blue and red shop has a key location in Mesagoza and has plenty of useful things for Pokémon trainers. But, the shop will get more items as you progress in your path to Champion.

Delibird Presents Pokémon
A Delibird Presents shop in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. | Provided by The Pokémon Company.

A Razor Claw is a key item to involve the Pokémon Sneasel into Weavile. To do so, you’ll need your Sneasel to hold a Razor Claw and level up at nighttime. Luckily enough, with the day/night cycle in the game going faster than in the real world, it’s not as hard to evolve it as in previous generations.

To get a Razor Claw, you need to have at least four badges from Paldea. After that, it will appear in the Delibird Presents shop for 15,000 Poké.

A tougher way is through the Porto Marinada shop

Not only is Delibird Presents the easiest way, but also the only set location in the game. Like many rare items in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, there is a chance that you can get a Razor Claw from the Porto Marinada market.

The market changes from time to time, randomly offering items at auction. So, if you really want to get one before winning four badges, that’s your best bet in Scarlet and Violet.

Related: Read about how to get heal balls in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet on Prima Games.

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