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I have NiCd and NiMh batteries, I bought them back in 2004 and they are still working fine. Granted, I have never used them to power anything big. I have a cordless mouse for my computer, remote controls for some appliances and solar powered garden lights. They don't work well in high powered devices, like many digital camera's, as they only last an hour, if you're lucky. I would not put the batteries in the higher powered device, until I was going to use it and have to take them out in between use, or they would die. I have an array of dynamo torches (flashlights) and a dynamo powered radio, so I don't need batteries for them. My son has thrown, dropped and chipped a couple of the dynamo torches and they are still going strong :)
 
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