Where to Find TMs (Pokémon Scarlet & Violet)

How To Get U-Turn (TM060) in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

When trainers can’t switch out their Pokémon, the U-Turn TM ability is helpful. U-Turn TM is a unique technique only used by Bug-type Pokémon that enables its user to switch places with another team member and attack their opponent simultaneously. 

TMLocation (Region)Ingredients
U-Turn (TM060)North Province of Area 1• 3,000 League Points
• 3 Scyther Claw
• 3 Nymble Claw

Where to Find U-Turn (TM060)

Players can find U-Turn (TM060) on the outskirts of Glaseado Mountain, near Area 1’s North Province.

Where to Find U-Turn (TM060)
Where to Find U-Turn (TM060)

How to Craft U-Turn (TM060)

After defeating Team Star Poison Crew, players can craft U-Turn in the Pokémon Center using a particular TM Machine. This technique does not take long; all players need are the ingredients listed below:

  • 3,000 League Points (LP)
  • 3 Scyther Claw
  • 3 Nymble Claw

League Points (LP) are earned by completing activities and objectives like raids and battles with gym leaders. Players must discover the other essential resources on players trek across the Paldea Region by fighting particular Pokémon.

In Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, players must beat or acquire Nymble or its second evolutionary stage Lokix in their homes to get Nymble Claws.

To find Nymble, look toward the southwest area of the map. Although they are excellent at concealing in the grass, players will see a few because their habitat spans half of the island’s southern side.

However, as Nymble develops into Lokix, these Pokémon travel to northern Paldea, where they fill more than half of the region. When players’re bound to see a lot of Nymble and Lokix while wandering through any area, the information below is more particular to their habitats.

Related: How to Get Body Press (TM089) in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Which Pokemon Can U-Turn (TM060) Be Used On

Here is a list of Pokémon that U-Turn (TM060) can be used on:

  • Flamigo
  • Flapple
  • Perrserker
  • Passimian
  • Shroodle
  • Tandemaus
  • Cyclizar
  • Drakloak
  • Pachirisu
  • Oricorio (Baile Style)
  • Starly
  • Larvesta
  • Espathra
  • Clawitzer
  • Dragapult
  • Koraidon
  • Volcarona
  • Venomoth
  • Eelektrik
  • Meowth
  • Corviknight
  • Iron Bundle
  • Grafaiai
  • Eelektross
  • Quaquaval
  • Finneon
  • Miraidon
  • Noibat
  • Nymble
  • Frosmoth
  • Floragato
  • Iron Moth
  • Masquerain
  • Kilowattrel
  • Vivillon
  • Talonflame
  • Tropius
  • Rufflet
  • Gumshoos
  • Bombirdier
  • Scizor
  • Scyther
  • Slither Wing
  • Jumpluff
  • Squawkabilly
  • Fletchinder
  • Tsareena
  • Hydreigon
  • Zoroark
  • Skiploom
  • Rookidee
  • Hawlucha
  • Wingull
  • Vespiquen
  • Sprigatito
  • Lumineon
  • Galarian Meowth
  • Mankey
  • Staraptor
  • Primeape
  • Roaring Moon
  • Wattrel
  • Iron Jugulis
  • Maushold
  • Spidops
  • Noivern
  • Flittle
  • Annihilape
  • Clauncher
  • Persian
  • Honchkrow
  • Hoppip
  • Corvisquire
  • Meowscarada
  • Staravia
  • Murkrow
  • Zorua
  • Komala
  • Braviary
  • Fletchling
  • Yungoos
  • Dedenne
  • Pelipper
  • Lokix

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