Bob's Tip of the Day: 
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t want to run your lithium-ion batteries down completely before recharging them. They do much better when they’re charged frequently and stored with a partial charge. They work and charge better between forty and eighty-five degrees Fahrenheit, so you don’t want to store or charge them where they’ll get too hot or cold. Unless you want your batteries to decide when the job’s done, always have at least two and use them equally frequently.
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