Originally Posted by midnite
But now - are we ever going to get the answer to the question - at what temperature do LiPo batteries freeze?
About seven years ago, I launched a search to find the answer to that question. One of the results of that search:
An undated Nokia cell phone review stated that Lithium Polymer will freeze at -15 to -20 and can not be restored. (I assume the figures were in C, as it was a European review) (-15C to -20C)(5F to -4F)
For many years I stored my LiPos year-round outdoors under a second story deck in metal boxes covered only with a piece of white coroplast. They survived temperatures in the low teens F.