|Item Weight||6.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.22 x 1.57 x 1.57 inches|
|Item model number||LC 90 Bolder|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||Led|
|Luminous Flux||900 Lumen|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Description Pile||RECHARGEABLE 18650 battery|
Anker Rechargeable Bolder LC90 LED Flashlight, Pocket-Sized Torch with Super Bright 900 Lumens CREE LED, IPX5 Water-Resistant, Zoomable, 5 Light Modes, 18650 Battery Included
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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: IPX5-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.
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From the manufacturer
A dedicated integrated-circuit and intelligent illumination driver ensure consistent lighting everytime you turn on LC90.
Advanced Battery Technology
The high-performance 3350 mAh batteries give you the highest possible capacity, efficiency, reliability, and safety.
LC90 integrates a chip purpose-built to ensure the batteries charge safely, won’t overheat, or suffer wear and tear.
An extra-hard anodized-aluminum body resists scratching and chipping, maintains a sleek look, and enhances grip.
Provides Tactical Support
The extra-long handle and scalloped-bezel are built for striking.
Braves the Cold
LC90 reliably illuminates in freezing temperatures-down to 14℉/-10℃.
Not Afraid of Getting Wet
IPX5 rating ensures LC90 shines even when it’s raining.
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Anker Bolder LC90 Flashlight
The Bright and Compact Zoomable Flashlight
From ANKER, the Choice of 20 Million+ Happy Users
99% Positive Feedback
An adaptable combination of super-bright light with handy zoom and a full range of light modes in a durable, compact body.
Multiple Light Modes
5 different settings make the LC90 essential for all low-light situations. A powerful High-beam, balanced Medium-beam, energy-saving & less dazzling Low-beam, high-visibility Strobe, and emergency SOS.
A single button switches on/off and cycles through lighting modes. Zoom adjustment slider provides easy scaling between broad, sweeping illumination and focused spotlight.
The high-performance Cree LED XM-L2 chip delivers 50000 hours of intense brightness. The 900 Lumen LED is powered by Anker's advanced battery technology that prevents over and undercharging, preserving the battery's lifespan.
At Anker, we believe in our products. That's why we back them all with an 18-month warranty and provide friendly, easy-to-reach support.
1.Warning: Flashing lights may induce seizures in individuals with photosensitive epilepsy. Be cautious when activating the flashlight or when changing to strobe mode. Never point the flashlight in anyone's eyes and read the manual carefully before use.
2. Charging input should not exceed 7V.
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The flashlight is pretty heavy - made out of metal, something I really like. When you get the package in the mail, the battery is in a separate compartment. Wish it came with a pouch like all their batteries do! You have to screw off the end cap which allows access to the charging port. This screws off again to get access to the battery compartment. The end cap is secured to the flashlight by a stretchy thin elastic band. Both flashlights charged within a few hours (probably came 40-60% charged from factory).
They are EXTREMELY bright - brighter than any flashlight I own (I own several maglite leds D cells). The beam is focused by pulling / pushing on the lens part - floodlight to narrow beam. Testing these at night - they lit up trees a block away. Really looking forward to not replacing D cells all the time.
I use these flashlights for about 30 mins every morning and the only thing that worries me is that the flashlight gets kinda warm after being on this long (I use the lowest setting). It wasn't hot, but comfortably warm. The metal chassis does a pretty good job at dissipating heat.
I want to thank Anker for giving me a refund after dropping the price! They've got a happy customer here.
Anker read my review, they contacted me right away. To my surprise, they sent me a new light!! I didn't ask for a replacement nor did I expect one. I've never had that level of customer service! They seriously care about their customers, that is a rarity these days.
The new light works flawlessly, Anker has a customer for life!! I highly recommend this company and their products!!
The light itself is good, it's a bright flood. If you want a spotlight type light this is not for you. The problem is the poorly made tail cap, the button pops out all the time and or gets stuck. Not a deal breaker for the price but annoying enough to overlook buying a second light.
All in all, this is a fantastic product I would recommend to anyone who needs a flashlight for home, camping, or general use. Its compact size, build quality, brightness, and water resistance in addition to its rechargeable battery make the LC90 a great value.
Soonfire is much smaller in size (see pic 1). It comes with a holster for ease in carrying.
Although Soonfire is supposed to have slightly more lumens, I thought the Anker looked somewhat brighter (see pics 2,3). A little difficult to compare because of the Anker's zoom function, which Soonfire lacks. The Anker's zoom is smooth, works well, and helps you focus light where you need it. I also found the Anker's light be be more white, Soonfire seemed slightly yellowish/greenish in comparison.
Anker has momentary-on option, Soonfire does not. Anker has zoom function, Soonfire does not.
To turn on the Anker, you press the switch. Turning on the Soonfire is a two-handed job: (NOT NECESSARILY.. SEE EDIT) you twist the head to the right, and the thumb switch glows. You then use the thumb switch to control the light. If you click it, nothing happens. If you click and hold for 0.5 seconds, you've turned the light on. If you click and hold for 0.8 seconds, you instead enter a mode which selects strobe.
To turn off the Anker, you press the switch. Turning off the Soonfire is again a two handed operation that requires that you twist the head to the left. (NOT NECESSARILY. SEE EDIT.)
Learning to operate the Soonfire was mostly a matter of trial and error. The so-called owner's manual (pic 4) is poorly printed on the box, in type so small you may need a magnifying glass to read it. When you do read it, the instructions are complicated, sometimes seem contradictory, and don't always make sense to an English speaking person. The Anker is more straightforward.
Recharging the Soonfire is done though a dedicated port under a rubber flap. It is simpler than recharging the Anker, which requires unscrewing the tail cap to access the port. Both units have good visual indicators of charging status. The Anker, after you have unscrewed the tail cap to charge, lets you know when it is fully charged, as a red LED changes to green. The Soonfire's lighted pushbutton switch gives very nice status indications for when the unit is charging, or needs charging, or has completed charging.
Customer service on an Anker product is always going to beat the competition. I've bought lots of Anker gear, and these people stand behind their products. Any problem is taken care of right away, no questions asked. I will buy Anker over other brands just for their customer service alone.
However, Soonfire customer support did reach out to me, not even at my request, and provided a free replacement unit, showing that they can be players in this market.
I originally dinged Anker a star because of the need to unscrew the tail cap to get to the recharging port and my other objection, that I always end up having to cycle through the unsettling strobe mode when I wanted to alter brightness settings. But the Anker was my preference due to its seemingly brighter light, easier operation, the useful zoom function, and the fact that I know from experience that the Anker people will stand behind it. Also, it's currently priced $4 lower than the Soonfire. Still wish the light mode function had its own separate switch, but you learn to work with it, and I went with 5 stars for the Anker.
I would have originally given the Soonfire three stars, but after a year's usage and better familiarity, upgraded it to 5 stars as well.
EDIT: After using the Soonfire for more than a year, I have become more familiar with it. Most of the issues I had with it were the result of their difficult instructions, so I wrote my own instructions which are now posted in my separate Soonfire review. Much better now that I understand how to charge it and use it. Now I realize that you only have to twist the light at first, because they untwist it for shipping. After that, I leave it twisted on and just use the pushbutton switch. Am I incurring some battery drain by not untwisting it? Don't know for sure, but have seen no hint of that in operation.
I still like the Anker for reasons stated, but now that I understand the Soonfire better, it is often the one I reach for. There is something very compelling about the compact size, and I have come to prefer Soonfire's dedicated charging port, you just have to be careful not to lose the rubber flap covering it (they provide extras).
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