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Anker Bolder LC90 2-Cell Rechargeable Flashlight EXPIRED

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Only downside is the rear button is super hard to press.. so you have to do it with two hands.

Otherwise, the flashlight slips out of your hand if you try to turn it on 1 handed.

This has nothing to do with grip strength, the handle is just too smooth for the strength of the button.
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Only downside is the rear button is super hard to press.. so you have to do it with two hands.

Otherwise, the flashlight slips out of your hand if you try to turn it on 1 handed.

This has nothing to do with grip strength, the handle is just too smooth for the strength of the button.
I have now bought several Anker flashlights and I love them! I have the smaller one-cell LC90, the older LC40 and the newer one, and the LC130, and they are all seriously impressive. All of the Anker flashlights I have bought are impressively bright and have great battery life, and being able to charge them with a MicroUSB cable is a great convenience.

I'm curious, how bright is this 2-cell LC90? And how's the battery life on it? Impressive? Like, 6 to 8 hours on the highest setting?
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6 hours at 900 lumen battery life? Wow.
Likely sponsored deal but I have had excellent Anker experiences. 18650 batteries easily replaceable. Nice
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Hmmm back and forth on this and the LC40....
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Hmmm back and forth on this and the LC40....
I mean, they're good flashlights.. with the exception of the really hard to press rear button..

Not much else to say. it's a flashlight, it's as bright as it claims.. but that button.. laugh out loud
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Thanks for pointing out the power button is hard to press. Amazon reviews confirm this also. I almost bought it, but decided not to because of this design flaw.
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I've the single cell version. Works well as shipped. Noticeably brighter after upgrading the battery though.
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I can never have too many flashlights! Ordered this!
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What's the best 1 inch diameter flashlight? I need something like the mag lite mini but that's rechargeable
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I don't think I mind the hard button...I usually just stick to one mode anyways, if anything it might be better that way. I have the original lc90 single cell and sometimes when I hike I accidentally hit the button and switch modes. Doesnt happen often but it's a minor annoyance when it does.
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Just takes getting used to. I have the same one and I brought it camping. Good investment!
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I've the single cell version. Works well as shipped. Noticeably brighter after upgrading the battery though.
Which battery did you upgrade to?
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It's only $8 off
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