De Walt Batteries - NiMh versus Li-ion

Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by GLF, Oct 3, 2010.

  1. GLF

    GLF New Member

    I have an old and battered dewalt drill, the batteries are on their last legs and I am looking at buying a new drill or replacing the batteries.

    The latest DeWalt drills have Li-Ion batteries - they have no battery memory and the lifespan is 2000 charging cycles.

    My old DeWalt NiMh DE9071 batteries have - according to DeWalt - 1000 charging cycles, but on the Amazon website - 3000 charging cycles - I get the feeling that DeWalt are pushing for the new Li-Ion batteries at the expense of the NiMh batteries.

    Can anyone help out here?
     
  2.  ҉ 

     ҉  New Member

    Yup, I happen to sell batteries and the ones that last 1000 charges are not quite as good as those that last 3000 charges, however, 2000 charges is a nice round figure so I prefer that one. I knew someone that had a mate, lucky get.
     
  3. Captain Leaky

    Captain Leaky New Member

    This is the weird transvestites forum.

    Only weirdos and me are allowed on here...Oh and - Thomas but he's not weird...apart from his singing. :)
     
  4. don reed

    don reed New Member

    The Light Brigade only lasted one charge.
     
  5. G Brown

    G Brown New Member

    I'm not a transvestite - Although I'm willing to learn.
     
  6.  ҉ 

     ҉  New Member

    You's lot simply ain't capable of a sensible answer, little wander this forum sucks.
     
  7. Great it's me

    Great it's me New Member

    My fave is the Cadbury's Li-ion bar
     
  8. Great it's me

    Great it's me New Member

    Sew they're
     
  9. nestle make the li-ion bar.
     
  10.  ҉ 

     ҉  New Member

    Nestlé make the Lion Bar too.
     
  11. Great it's me

    Great it's me New Member

    Rowntree make the Milky Bar
     
  12. Eric Tupperwear

    Eric Tupperwear New Member

    I couldn't care less.
     
  13. Great it's me

    Great it's me New Member

    So am I to.
     

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