- Lithium ion batteries produce a consistent charge throughout the life of the battery. Ni-Cad batteries lose power as the battery runs.
- Lithium ion batteries can be charged many more times than Ni-Cad batteries, and are not damaged by leaving the charger on too long.
- Lithium ion batteries are lighter than Ni-Cad batteries, allowing for smaller more powerful outdoor and power tools.
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