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Anker Super Bright Tactical Flashlight, Rechargeable (18650 Battery Included) $21

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  • SUPER-BRIGHT: 900-lumen (max) Cree LED sweeps bright light over the length of about two football fields (660 ft / 200 m) and reaches nearly 1000 ft. Fully zoomable from wide to narrow beam. Features 5 adaptable settings: High / Medium / Low / Strobe / SOS.
  • LONG-LASTING: Up to 6 hours (Medium-beam mode) of powerful, non-diminishing brightness from the included premium rechargeable 3350mAh battery. LEDs boast an extended 50000-hour lifespan. Recharge in just 6 hours with a 1A adapter (not included) and the included Micro USB cable.
  • TOUGH & RELIABLE: IP65-rated water resistant and designed for use in heavy rain. Its durable aluminum body and shock-resistance endure rough handling.
  • SMART DESIGN: A pocket-friendly compact chassis with an anti-slip finish holds fast in your hand or stands on-end as an emergency lamp.
  • WHAT YOU GET: Anker Bolder LC90 Flashlight, 18650 3350mAh rechargeable battery, Micro USB cable, wrist strap, welcome guide, and our worry-free 18-month warranty and friendly customer service.
https://www.amazon.com/Anker-Tact...01KH2JP5G/
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Created 05-16-2018 at 02:46 AM by KenjiDragonSlayer
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Got this last time.

The button is too hard to press, because the handle is slippery.

So one handed operation is almost impossible. you can't get a good enough grip to apply the force necessary to actuate the button.

Sounds crazy, but it has nothing to do with weak hands, it's just bad design.
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I have purchased 3 of these..they all work great and are very bright.

I was able to mount one to my bike also, which makes a cheap bright headlight.

This is a good price TU.
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Got this last time.

The button is too hard to press, because the handle is slippery.

So one handed operation is almost impossible. you can't get a good enough grip to apply the force necessary to actuate the button.

Sounds crazy, but it has nothing to do with weak hands, it's just bad design.
it's my first expensive flashlight and i also find the button hard to press, but then i checked other brands in stores and they are about the same.
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There are better lights for less money. Even though this is a decent light. There are many threads detailing other options.
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Not sure why this has so many TD. I have this light, alone with one of the BLF lights, and about 3 Fenix lights including a PD35. This light is much bigger then those (a negative) but it has a pretty nice zoom feature, and it has built in USB recharging. For $20 including a battery it is a good deal, imo
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There are better lights for less money. Even though this is a decent light. There are many threads detailing other options.
can you recommend something similar or better in same price range or cheaper? i hate the light get dimmer as the battery depletes. even if it's truly 900 lumen in brightest mode it's probably bright half the rated time. then gets dimmer. what's the point of buying 900 lumen if it can't maintain brightness from start to end? i may as well pay less for lower lumens and more convenient AA powered instead of this more powerful more expensive battery.
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Not sure why this has so many TD. I have this light, alone with one of the BLF lights, and about 3 Fenix lights including a PD35. This light is much bigger then those (a negative) but it has a pretty nice zoom feature, and it has built in USB recharging. For $20 including a battery it is a good deal, imo
For ~$22 with tax for me. The more i use it the more problems i find. Looking into something that can actually maintain full rated brightness. Returning this POS.
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