Of course, each battery chemistry has different care practices, but only NiCD requires full cycles each time to avoid capacity loss. This is due to the physical crystal growth and dissolution that occurs when the battery is cycled.
While detrimental to calendar life, a lithium ion battery won’t lose a bunch of capacity to memory if it is shallow cycled a few times between 85-100% for example. Lead acid, on the other hand, keep it full and never use more than half of the capacity.
My electric toothbrush, though, has a design life of a year or two with its NiCD battery, which I’ve stretched out to a decade by not following their recommendation of leaving it charging on the base when not in use. I run it until it stops, and then charge it. Yes, it has replaceable heads.
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