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The Anker LC90 is back on sale. Normal price 29.99 but has a coupon for 8 off.

900 lumens
Usb rechargeable
IPX5 Water-Resistant,
Zoomable,
5 Light Modes,
An anker 18650 Battery Included.

I have a couple of these and love them. Bright, sturdy, holds a charge a long time and on the smaller size being 6.22 inches long. A great flashlight you can stuff many places where you need one. It really is my go to flashlight.


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Seems like a great light, but I refuse to buy any more flashlights that force me to toggle through a strobe setting to change brightness. I have never had use for a strobe setting in my whole life. I don't know why they still include them. And if it's meant for tactical reasons, good luck waking up in the middle of the night and going through all the modes until you find the strobe setting to startle an intruder. Or while walking at night. It's just a stupid gimmick.
LC90 may seem like a deal at this price, but it's really not.

This is a ZOOMABLE flashlight, which is flawed by design. Zoomable flashlights promote dirt, oil. water and moisture in general to gather near the optics and destroy the output clarity.

The user interfaces on Anker's lights are awful. One of the worst in the business. Absolutely terrible in comparison to like priced vendors.

When it comes to AMAZON flashlights, the best bang for your buck is with the Wowtac flashlight brand. They are regarded well by the flashlight enthusiast and community.

http://flashlights.parametrek.com...and=Wowtac

There is a list of their flashlights and specs.

LAST but not least; here is the Arbitrary List of Popular Flashlights and their breakdown:

https://www.reddit.com/r/flashlig..._solstice/


I am a flashlight enthusiast and highly recommend people stick to flashlights with high "color rendering indexes" such as 90+. I also highly recommend sticking to the warmer color lights such was 4000k as higher colors such as 6000k do more to diminish the quality of what you're looking at.
Plug it in. It's rechargeable via USB. If you can't wait for a recharge: you could buy a spare battery, keep it charged, and thus always have a fresh one available to swap in. Looks like a 18650

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Been waiting for another, thanks OP
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I'm looking for a deal on the 2 cell model.
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No battery required, so what you do when it run out of battery and you still need to use it?

The whole point of the battery is so you can pop it out and pop in a fresh one.
Plug it in. It's rechargeable via USB. If you can't wait for a recharge: you could buy a spare battery, keep it charged, and thus always have a fresh one available to swap in. Looks like a 18650
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Bought one of these last time I'm no flashlight nerd but I'm happy with it.
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Seems like a great light, but I refuse to buy any more flashlights that force me to toggle through a strobe setting to change brightness. I have never had use for a strobe setting in my whole life. I don't know why they still include them. And if it's meant for tactical reasons, good luck waking up in the middle of the night and going through all the modes until you find the strobe setting to startle an intruder. Or while walking at night. It's just a stupid gimmick.
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I'm looking for a deal on the 2 cell model.
I'd personally avoid the 2 cell since it uses a sealed battery, you'd be better off having two 18650 batteries and swapping them as needed with this one.
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I'd personally avoid the 2 cell since it uses a sealed battery, you'd be better off having two 18650 batteries and swapping them as needed with this one.
Thanks, I didn't know the batteries are sealed.
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Seems like a great light, but I refuse to buy any more flashlights that force me to toggle through a strobe setting to change brightness. I have never had use for a strobe setting in my whole life. I don't know why they still include them. And if it's meant for tactical reasons, good luck waking up in the middle of the night and going through all the modes until you find the strobe setting to startle an intruder. Or while walking at night. It's just a stupid gimmick.
Thats your opinion. Some people use it. As far as 1000 lumen flashlights go, I think your best bet is the Convoy s2+ it has 5 mode like this but is switchable to 3 mode without SOS or strobe. It's cheaper, by half, but doesn't include an 18650 battery. I have 2 and love them. It has a much wider spill than the sofirn 31b that was a deal a month or so ago for half the anker price and included battery and had onboard charging. Here is a post with beam shots from the Convoy and a couple other lights I posted https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=136677752&postcount=40
It seems like they don't show up on mobile unless you select desktop mode in the browser.

Edit it appears the anker has memory so it should remember the mode you turn it off in, so unless you need to change modes all the time you should mostly be able to avoid seeing SOS and strobe.
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Seems like a great light, but I refuse to buy any more flashlights that force me to toggle through a strobe setting to change brightness. I have never had use for a strobe setting in my whole life. I don't know why they still include them. And if it's meant for tactical reasons, good luck waking up in the middle of the night and going through all the modes until you find the strobe setting to startle an intruder. Or while walking at night. It's just a stupid gimmick.
Another problem is having the strobe mode means the flashlight's switch can get stuck in strobe mode (like 1/2 I own).

Another thing to be aware of. If you keep the battery inside, it will drain and be dead with any extended storage. Charge them regularly or keep the batteries separate if you need them for emergency use.
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Picked this up the last time there was a deal. Great flashlight for walking the dog at night and I love the ability to be able to adjust the beam. There were several post downplaying this flashlight, calling in junk. For the casual user like myself, its a great flashlight.
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Super bright even on lowest mode - too bright to use at night indoors while trying to move around without waking others by turning lights on, and far too bright to use for reading
Sounds like a fine bright light
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