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FYI, you already own more flashlights than you need and are planning to buy more. Welcome to the flashlight addiction club. May I interest you in a pocket knife?
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Damn you! Stay away from me. I already live paycheck-to-paycheck most of the time, yet, can't stay away from deals like this!

P.S. What kind of pocket knife are we talking about?
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I wish they would make these flashlights with a separate button for the strobe & SOS.
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First off, thanks for sharing the discount code. I am a big fan of these Anker flashlights and currently own several different models of them. I'm curious, though, how do these compare to similar rechargeable LED flashlight?

Personally, I think these Anker lights are extremely bright and reliable and I really like the ones that are able to be charged with a microUSB cable. However, I have not tried many other brands, so I'm not sure if there are better flashlights out there for around the same price. If anyone who is knowledgeable about flashlights like these, in this price range, please feel free to reply. Some helpful information and feedback would be great to get.

Also, I have bought 3 of the LC90 flashlights and I think they are fantastic. So, if you are questioning buying one right now, for $20, I think it's a great deal. It is very bright and it can be charged with a micro USB cable, which, in my opinion, is really nice and convenient. Someone posted a deal on the 2-cell LC90 flashlight a few weeks ago that was available during a Lightning Deal, and was actually coupled with like a $10 off coupon, so it was a fantastic price, but I missed out on that deal. I really hope to be able to get one of those some time soon, as I have got to think that thing must be exceptionally bright and have great battery life. So, if someone ever comes across a deal on one of those 2-cell LC90 flashlights, please post it here immediately! 😁

Edit: I also bought the LC30 flashlight that's posted here during a Lightning Deal a couple weeks ago, but I have not actually tried it out yet. I'm curious, being that it takes AAA batteries, would it be good, or better, to use rechargeable AAA batteries, as opposed to regular batteries? Also, from what I gather, it can only run on 3 AA batteries, not any sort of single rechargeable battery. If someone knows otherwise, please let me know.
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First off, thanks for sharing the discount code. I am a big fan of these Anker flashlights and currently own several different models of them. I'm curious, though, how do these compare to similar rechargeable LED flashlight?

Personally, I think these Anker lights are extremely bright and reliable and I really like the ones that are able to be charged with a microUSB cable. However, I have not tried many other brands, so I'm not sure if there are better flashlights out there for around the same price. If anyone who is knowledgeable about flashlights like these, in this price range, please feel free to reply. Some helpful information and feedback would be great to get.

Also, I have bought 3 of the LC90 flashlights and I think they are fantastic. So, if you are questioning buying one right now, for $20, I think it's a great deal. It is very bright and it can be charged with a micro USB cable, which, in my opinion, is really nice and convenient. Someone posted a deal on the 2-cell LC90 flashlight a few weeks ago that was available during a Lightning Deal, and was actually coupled with like a $10 off coupon, so it was a fantastic price, but I missed out on that deal. I really hope to be able to get one of those some time soon, as I have got to think that thing must be exceptionally bright and have great battery life. So, if someone ever comes across a deal on one of those 2-cell LC90 flashlights, please post it here immediately! 😁

Edit: I also bought the LC30 flashlight that's posted here during a Lightning Deal a couple weeks ago, but I have not actually tried it out yet. I'm curious, being that it takes AAA batteries, would it be good, or better, to use rechargeable AAA batteries, as opposed to regular batteries? Also, from what I gather, it can only run on 3 AA batteries, not any sort of single rechargeable battery. If someone knows otherwise, please let me know.
Can't answer all your questions, but my favorite is the LC40 using 3-AAAs. I have several and have given away quite a few.
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In for 1 of the LC90 model. Coupon code works just fine. See below. Thanks OP!

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First off, thanks for sharing the discount code. I am a big fan of these Anker flashlights and currently own several different models of them. I'm curious, though, how do these compare to similar rechargeable LED flashlight?

Personally, I think these Anker lights are extremely bright and reliable and I really like the ones that are able to be charged with a microUSB cable. However, I have not tried many other brands, so I'm not sure if there are better flashlights out there for around the same price. If anyone who is knowledgeable about flashlights like these, in this price range, please feel free to reply. Some helpful information and feedback would be great to get.

Also, I have bought 3 of the LC90 flashlights and I think they are fantastic. So, if you are questioning buying one right now, for $20, I think it's a great deal. It is very bright and it can be charged with a micro USB cable, which, in my opinion, is really nice and convenient. Someone posted a deal on the 2-cell LC90 flashlight a few weeks ago that was available during a Lightning Deal, and was actually coupled with like a $10 off coupon, so it was a fantastic price, but I missed out on that deal. I really hope to be able to get one of those some time soon, as I have got to think that thing must be exceptionally bright and have great battery life. So, if someone ever comes across a deal on one of those 2-cell LC90 flashlights, please post it here immediately! 😁

Edit: I also bought the LC30 flashlight that's posted here during a Lightning Deal a couple weeks ago, but I have not actually tried it out yet. I'm curious, being that it takes AAA batteries, would it be good, or better, to use rechargeable AAA batteries, as opposed to regular batteries? Also, from what I gather, it can only run on 3 AA batteries, not any sort of single rechargeable battery. If someone knows otherwise, please let me know.
FYI, you already own more flashlights than you need and are planning to buy more. Welcome to the flashlight addiction club. May I interest you in a pocket knife?
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Damn you! Stay away from me. I already live paycheck-to-paycheck most of the time, yet, can't stay away from deals like this!

P.S. What kind of pocket knife are we talking about?
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Damn it I'm in too.
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I wish they would make these flashlights with a separate button for the strobe & SOS.
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FYI, you already own more flashlights than you need and are planning to buy more. Welcome to the flashlight addiction club. May I interest you in a pocket knife?
stop it with your sorcery!
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You and me, both; and most other people who buy these flashlights, as well, it seems. I honestly don't understand why they insist on including those additional modes on these flashlights. I literally have not been in a situation where I needed to use either of them even once. And while it is nice to have a Low/Medium/High option, most people would probably be happy just to have a simple On/Off switch.

Seriously, does anyone think it would do some good to actually contact Anker and see if they would be willing to sell a separate end-cap that would not include the SOS and strobe settings? I would certainly be willing to pay a few dollars for one; likely, for each of my Anker flashlights.
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Stop it! Must resist! No!

I would try lc30 but once i went 18650 im never going back to AA or AAA
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I wish they would make these flashlights with a separate button for the strobe & SOS.
Strobe and SOS are so annoying and gimmicky in my opinion.
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Phenomenal timing. For the first time in 15 years, I was shopping for a flashlight starting just yesterday.
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