Black & Decker LBXR36 40-Volt Lithium Ion Battery, 1-1/2 Ah (Color May Vary – (Black or White))

BLACK+DECKER’s Lithium Ion batteries will retain a charge for up to 500 days between uses, but will need to be recharged before use after that time. These batteries have been formulated for longer runtime and improved performance. They are 25% lighter then NiCd batteries and 34% smaller. The LBXR36 40 Volt Extended -percent Run Time lithium battery is compatible with the 40-Volt line of outdoor power equipment which includes string trimmer (LST136), hedge trimmer (LHT2436), sweeper vac (LSW36) and other power equipment.

Product Features

  • Color May Vary – (Black or White)
  • Lithium ion battery- always ready, holds a charge up to 5x longer than nicad
  • Longer runtime and improved performance
  • Easy to install and remove
  • Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without workload is 40 Volts). Nominal is 36.
  • 3 year warranty

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2 Responses to Black & Decker LBXR36 40-Volt Lithium Ion Battery, 1-1/2 Ah (Color May Vary – (Black or White))

  1. SM says:

    Important note! I see many reviews on here complaining about these batteries dying after having been stored separately during the off season. People need to be aware that this is something you should NOT do with Lithium Ion batteries. These batteries will hold a charge when not in use for longer than many other battery types, but they will lose charge eventually. The problem is with Lithium Ion batteries, allowing them to completely discharge WILL destroy the battery. This is a known characteristic of Li-Ion…

  2. supertool says:

    33% more capacity than the LBXR36 for the same price and weight This battery is the replacement for the B&D 36V LBXR36, and it provides 33% more capacity (72 Wh vs 54 Wh) for the same price and with the same weight. Although B&D makes a big deal about it being 40V vs the previous one being 36V, there is no actual difference in the voltage. It’s just the way they rate it, and is mostly marketing hype to compete with other brands that do the same thing. FWIW, I measured the battery open circuit (no load) voltage on my old LBXR36 and the new LBXR2036 batteries…