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Very odd as I have had the complete opposite experience with lithium batteries in my rechargeable power tools.
Lithiums give me more run time, more power, better reliability.
Of course I don't use my cordless tools every day. Sometimes it's weeks in between uses. With the old NiCd and NiMH batteries, they were ALWAYS dead when I needed them. Lithium is always ready to go.
Plus, I can keep a a Lithium on the charger 24/7/365, and it keeps the battery topped up. The old NiCd/NiMH charger charged the batteries and then stopped. The battery would be dead sitting in the charger.
My batteries are all >4 years old and still going strong. The NiCds were already getting weak after a year, and were totally useless when I bought the lithiums another year later.
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