Instore - Derby Homebase - Stanley Fatmax 18V Twinpack. 18V Hammer Drill / Drill Driver and Impact Driver £70 - HotUKDeals
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Instore - Derby Homebase - Stanley Fatmax 18V Twinpack. 18V Hammer Drill / Drill Driver and Impact Driver £70.00

£70.00 @ Homebase
FMCK461C2 Kit. Comes with 18V Lithium Hammer Drill / Drill Driver, 18V Impact Driver, 2 no. 2Ah Batteries, Charger and 3 year warranty. around 4 left on the shelf at lunchtime Today. Loads of Fatma…
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FMCK461C2 Kit. Comes with 18V Lithium Hammer Drill / Drill Driver, 18V Impact Driver, 2 no. 2Ah Batteries, Charger and 3 year warranty. around 4 left on the shelf at lunchtime Today. Loads of Fatmax tools going cheap. Home base are clearing the fatmax range nationally, so try your local branch.

Hope this helps someone.
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#1
Nice find OP, especially with the hammer functiom
#2
Can be had slightly cheaper separately if you can find stock but the individual impact has a different battery and not interchangeable with the hammer drill driver
#3
Wvern or Kingsway ??
#4
Wyvern.
1 Like #5
Tried Kingsway this morning. They only had the 1.3Ah version but awesome lady took it to half price when I said a 'friend' had purchased this for £70.

Apparently anything marked as clearance with limited stock left, they can mark down by 50% so got it at £55. Would have paid that for the impact driver.

So thanks op, you are officially my 'friend' and I've voted hot. Congratulations!
#6
That's a steal mate, glad it helped.
#7
It is nationwide as hubby picked up a Stanley drill for £60 on clearance. Quick google in store before purchasing confirmed that it was a fab deal as normal price for it was £100. Not quite sure which model it was as I don't tend to pay much notice being a woman but hubby said it was a good quality drill. This was the Bridgend store


Edited By: Welsh Bird on Nov 02, 2016 08:51: X
#8
kpmatthews
Can be had slightly cheaper separately if you can find stock but the individual impact has a different battery and not interchangeable with the hammer drill driver


​i ordered an individual impact from eBay model (fmc 645) and the 1.3mah battery that came with my hammer drill (fmc626) works perfectly including the LED showing battery left
#10
separate with no spare batteries was £30! I payed £69 with a spare battery last year
#11
Store specific this one. Rang the Clitheroe store and they just had standard discounts available on a number of items. No killer deals. If anyone stumbles across anything in Lancashire post it!
#12
These should all be discounting soon, as staff confirmed in Derby branch Homebase were getting rid of the Stanley Fatmax range entirely. Keep an eye on local branches as I'm sure these will be nationwide.

A quick search for fatmax on here will show others have picked up similar deals at various stores recently.
#13
Dealmaker
Store specific this one. Rang the Clitheroe store and they just had standard discounts available on a number of items. No killer deals. If anyone stumbles across anything in Lancashire post it!


​go in yourself. the staff are too lazy and all drills are reduced! it's too confusing for them plus it's really busy because new owners have took over, ours is doing well and a quite few lovely offers are on for different things
#14
Popped in to Huntingdon branch earlier for some light bulbs and came out with this for £68. It was the only one left. Thought it seemed like too good a deal to pass up on.
#15
These were £55 in my local Homebase over a week ago now, I was looking at them debating if it was a good buy or not, (yes i know nothing about drills) when a bloke cleared the shelf of about 10 of them :/
#16
sofiasar
separate with no spare batteries was £30! I payed £69 with a spare battery last year


​How many drills do you buy Sofs? You're not a builder are you X)
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​It's called Stanley Fatmax 18v twin pack, number is 380676.
Call head office and ask if all stores should be selling at the same price. Do let us all know please
#20
Called up Homebase customer services, and they told me that each store decides the prices and price matching on a store by store basis. The store in Glasgow (Auldhouse retail park) had loads in stock but priced at £109.93. They wouldn't lower the price or price match other stores as they had too much stock. Apparently they might lower the price when they have a few left.
#21
Lots of stock near my work place, been in and out over the past 3 weeks, all at full clearance price. :(
#22
hi
380676 is for the kit with 2 x 1.3Ah Batteries not the offer at the top of this page for the kit with 2 x 2Ah batteries. thanks for trying :-) your the best
onamission100
​It's called Stanley Fatmax 18v twin pack, number is 380676.
Call head office and ask if all stores should be selling at the same price. Do let us all know please


hi
380676 is for the kit with 2 x 1.3Ah Batteries not the offer at the top of this page for the kit with 2 x 2Ah batteries. thanks for trying :-) your the best
#23
gregdudds

hi
380676 is for the kit with 2 x 1.3Ah Batteries not the offer at the top of this page for the kit with 2 x 2Ah batteries. thanks for trying :-) your the best
onamission100
​It's called Stanley Fatmax 18v twin pack, number is 380676.
Call head office and ask if all stores should be selling at the same price. Do let us all know please


hi
380676 is for the kit with 2 x 1.3Ah Batteries not the offer at the top of this page for the kit with 2 x 2Ah batteries. thanks for trying :-) your the best


​Sorry my bad
#24
Aemkai
Called up Homebase customer services, and they told me that each store decides the prices and price matching on a store by store basis. The store in Glasgow (Auldhouse retail park) had loads in stock but priced at £109.93. They wouldn't lower the price or price match other stores as they had too much stock. Apparently they might lower the price when they have a few left.


​Thanks for asking

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