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Cordless Hair Clippers: How To Have More Battery Life On Your Hair Clippers
How to prolong the life of your lithium clipper batteries sometimes it seems like while the price of clippers keeps rising, the battery life only gets shorter and shorter. This can be a frustrating challenge for any barber – but it’s also a challenge that can be easily overcome once you know a couple of simple tips that will give you maximum performance from your new clippers.
Don’t forget, these facts apply to lithium batteries – so if you’re not sure how your clipper is powered then double-check to make sure that they apply to you.
How To Have More Battery Life On Your Hair Clippers Fact #1
Never allow the battery to run down all the way to zero (or virtually zero.) Instead, you should aim to plug your clipper into the charger as soon as it reaches 70% battery. This will give the clipper five times the battery length when compared to charging carelessly or randomly.
How To Have More Battery Life On Your Hair Clippers Fact #2
Get more run time from your fully-charged cordless clipper keep your clippers cool: exposure to excessive heat is known to reduce the run time of the lithium battery. This is because the chemical reaction of a battery running low will occur far more quickly if the tool is also exposed to heat. So, ideally, please store your clippers away from direct sunlight or radiators in a nice cool spot.
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