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How do li-ion batteries fare in the cold?


astroboy

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The only thing would be is to make sure they are topped off for the winter. Lithium batteries will die too if they go below a minimum charge. They have Multi port chargers now that will keep the batteries topped off for Ryobi one+ and Milwaukee 18v. I had some Ryobi lithium batteries that went bad after sitting the the garage all winter the effed up thing it was the newer packs I had bought that year the ones from 2006 still keep working.

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I did the the same thing bringing the batteries and tools inside except for some older cheap Ryobi tools I still have. Losing 3 packs in the spring really sucks they had a warranty on them except it takes time to go through the process.

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