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AnkerDirect via Amazon has Anker Bolder LC40 Rechargeable LED Flashlight for $22.99 - $6 w/ promo code ankerlight1 = $16.99. Shipping is free with Prime or orders $25 or more.

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  • 400-lumen Cree LED (50000-hour lifespan)
  • High / Medium / Low / Strobe / SOS modes
  • Rechargeable 3350mAh battery
  • Recharge in 6 hours with a 5V 1A adapter (not included) and the included Micro USB cable
  • 18-Month Warranty

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BrendanB1421 asked this question on 04-14-2021 at 10:57 AM
04-15-2021 at 03:22 PM
We have several of these and only use them to walk the dogs at night, they go a long time without charging at least a couple of months. There does not appear to be any significant drain if not on and are really convenient. I would highly recommend them.

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I know that there are other flashlight brands (Astrolux, Sofirn, Lumintop, ThruNite, Emisar, to name a few) that people will say are better, brighter and/or of higher quality, than this Anker LC40, but I own this particular Anker flashlight, along with about 40 other impressively bright flashlights, and I have to say, for $17, you can't go wrong with this thing.

It is impressively bright, it's a good-quality flashlight, and it's got the built-in microUSB charging, which is a great option to have. Plus, it's small, reliable and easy to use, and for $17, it's definitely a great value.

If you're a flashlight snob, you might not be overly excited about it, but if you just want a light that is reliable and really bright, particularly, for its size, snatch up this Anker LC40. You won't be disappointed.
Yeah this is nice but Amazon will occasionally run deals on the LC90 for 20-22, if you see that, grab it, great light.
I currently don't own a flashlight besides a couple of the free harbor freight led ones. Not sure if I'm going to jump on this yet, but I wouldn't mind spending a bit more and buying the best flashlight under 100. Something that if you don't lose it'll last a decade. I'm trying to have less junk around my house and just buy 1 or 2 of something nice. Amazon sucks anymore for searching for things with fake reviews and cheap junk cluttering results.

Any flashlight experts know what's (within reason) the best of the best? Thanks!

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Very nice! Definitely buying 1 and probably more.
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Solid lights. I have some smaller ones (Sofirn) that shine bright but they get hot AF and step down in power
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I know that there are other flashlight brands (Astrolux, Sofirn, Lumintop, ThruNite, Emisar, to name a few) that people will say are better, brighter and/or of higher quality, than this Anker LC40, but I own this particular Anker flashlight, along with about 40 other impressively bright flashlights, and I have to say, for $17, you can't go wrong with this thing.

It is impressively bright, it's a good-quality flashlight, and it's got the built-in microUSB charging, which is a great option to have. Plus, it's small, reliable and easy to use, and for $17, it's definitely a great value.

If you're a flashlight snob, you might not be overly excited about it, but if you just want a light that is reliable and really bright, particularly, for its size, snatch up this Anker LC40. You won't be disappointed.
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Yeah this is nice but Amazon will occasionally run deals on the LC90 for 20-22, if you see that, grab it, great light.
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I currently don't own a flashlight besides a couple of the free harbor freight led ones. Not sure if I'm going to jump on this yet, but I wouldn't mind spending a bit more and buying the best flashlight under 100. Something that if you don't lose it'll last a decade. I'm trying to have less junk around my house and just buy 1 or 2 of something nice. Amazon sucks anymore for searching for things with fake reviews and cheap junk cluttering results.

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How does it compare against Convoy C8?
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this light actually matches up with my 1000 lumen thrunite.
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Quote from kc53 :
I currently don't own a flashlight besides a couple of the free harbor freight led ones. Not sure if I'm going to jump on this yet, but I wouldn't mind spending a bit more and buying the best flashlight under 100. Something that if you don't lose it'll last a decade. I'm trying to have less junk around my house and just buy 1 or 2 of something nice. Amazon sucks anymore for searching for things with fake reviews and cheap junk cluttering results.

Any flashlight experts know what's (within reason) the best of the best? Thanks!
Buying a $100 flashlight is certainly a way to go. And I expect one at that level will be a beast.

But there is something to be said for one under $20.
I actually own this light. It is bright and durable. I see no reason why it would not last for that long. And, if it is lost (far more likely), I will not be bothered as much.

It uses the 18650...which I am really starting to appreciate over the AA. I guess that I had an earlier 40. Mine could not charge the battery in the light. This one looks like you can.
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Looks like a nice deal, but I'm trying to stay away from micro USB gadgets. Wish it was USB-C, I'd gladly pay a few bucks extra to not need to worry about carrying an extra cable.
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These anker bolder lights are fantastic. Load up on them and thank me later when they are needed
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Buying a $100 flashlight is certainly a way to go. And I expect one at that level will be a beast.

But there is something to be said for one under $20.
I actually own this light. It is bright and durable. I see no reason why it would not last for that long. And, if it is lost (far more likely), I will not be bothered as much.

It uses the 18650...which I am really starting to appreciate over the AA. The one flaw.....if you can call it that... is the 90 has the ability to charge the 18650 while it is still in the light. This requires putting the battery in a charger.
Thanks! Didn't mean I wanted to blow $100, but just wanted to get a really solid flashlight instead of a bunch of cheap ones. From your own and some of the other responses of people that have this, it sounds like a damn good torch for the price. I'm sure it'll be a hell of an upgrade over my current one https://www.harborfreight.com/144...63878.html
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Buying a $100 flashlight is certainly a way to go. And I expect one at that level will be a beast.

But there is something to be said for one under $20.
I actually own this light. It is bright and durable. I see no reason why it would not last for that long. And, if it is lost (far more likely), I will not be bothered as much.

It uses the 18650...which I am really starting to appreciate over the AA. The one flaw.....if you can call it that... is the 90 has the ability to charge the 18650 while it is still in the light. This requires putting the battery in a charger.
Maybe I'm confused, but picture 3 shows it being charged while still in the flashlight
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