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Lithium Ion Batteries.


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Lithium batteries are pretty straight forward. Yes some of the older batteries had problems, but as techology has gotten better, we see less defects. I will store them in a c ool dry place and not leave them in the heat or cold for long periods of time. You know when you can not recharge them when they don't work in the tool anymore.

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Lithium batteries are pretty straight forward. Yes some of the older batteries had problems, but as techology has gotten better, we see less defects. I will store them in a c ool dry place and not leave them in the heat or cold for long periods of time. You know when you can not recharge them when they don't work in the tool anymore.

I was actually told by someone that when a lithium battery has pretty much reached the end of its life span (the point when it can no longer hold a charge for very long, if at all), that you can actually put the battery in the freezer, and it will bring back some of its power retention.

Is there any truth at all to this?

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Here is a another great article that breaks down Lithium Ion Batteries. It weighs the benefits and disadvantages for you. It has great information and is pretty interesting.

http://www.toolsandmachinery.com/articles/lithium-ion-batteries-22/

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