Stanley FatMax 10.8V Li-Ion Drill Driver FMC010LA £49.99 at Homebase - HotUKDeals
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Homebase have the Stanley FatMax 10.8V Li-Ion Drill Driver at £49.99 was originally £99.99 then £74.99 and now £49.99.

I got my Dad one of these for his birthday earlier in the year and I must say I was impressed with it well worth £50.

Check post #37 for how to make it to £45.85.
- CYPER

Comes with 3 year guarantee

http://uk.stanleysites.com/mystanley
- The Therapist
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#1
reserved.

Great price for a quality product!

Heat added.
#2
ty op
#3
just saved link for my hubby. heat added
#4
its only on for 4 days so be quick
#5
Great price, for a great product
#6
CHEERS JUST RESERVED ONE, GREAT PRICE!
#7
is this an impact driver?

edit: no its not

Edited By: simba2585 on Jun 20, 2014 10:55
#8
This one or Bosch?
#9
Just reserved one to collect tomorrow, thanx OP+heat :)
2 Likes #10
Don't forget to register @ My Stanley to get free 3 year warranty




Edited By: VKO on Jun 20, 2014 11:08
#11
Excellent drill but the battery for this is £45 when you need it replaced.
#12
Reserved. Thank you.
#13
Batteries are £35 at Argos
#14
Is this powerful enough to drill through into brick to fit in wall plugs to mount floating shelves
#15
Was looking for a good drill for mainly home use and bought the Maplin one, but when I got home and opened the case = it was used, so I returned it. This one is much better and not much more expensive.

Edited By: CYPER on Jun 20, 2014 11:37
#16
blank0502
Is this powerful enough to drill through into brick to fit in wall plugs to mount floating shelves

Not into brick. You need a drill with hammer action.
#17
CYPER
Was looking for a good drill for mainly home use and bought the Maplin one, but when I got home and opened the case = it was used, so I returned it. This one is much better and not much more expensive.
Only downside is it cannot drill or am I wrong? Any attachment so I can use drill bits?

Ofcourse it can drill. Its a drill!
You just use regular drill bits in it.
#18
This will be fine for brick, you do not need hammer action for brick!!!!
Its stone you will struggle with......
This will basically do all your smaller jobs Drilling screwing etc etc
Battery lasts ages and will last years and by the time it needs replacing they will be a lot cheaper
#19
Simba92
CYPER
Was looking for a good drill for mainly home use and bought the Maplin one, but when I got home and opened the case = it was used, so I returned it. This one is much better and not much more expensive.
Only downside is it cannot drill or am I wrong? Any attachment so I can use drill bits?
Ofcourse it can drill. Its a drill!
You just use regular drill bits in it.

Yes, realized that after I posted :)
I was thinking about the Impact driver: http://uk.stanleysites.com/powertools/impact-driver-108
Is there an attachment for that one?
#20
#21
Reserved :)
#22
reserved thanks:)
#23
are these good ?

anyone tried and tested?
1 Like #24
kaiyuantan

Any normal drill bits will work ;)

Edited By: shinds on Jun 20, 2014 12:38
#25
I've been looking at lithium drill drivers myself recently and this is a pretty good price. I've been hoping there would be a decent offer at some point but I'm not familiar with Fatmax power tools. They seem to be aimed at DIYers so is it worth £15 more than the no-name B&Q drill driver?

http://www.diy.com/nav/fix/power-tools/drills-drivers/drill_drivers/Performance-Power-10-8V-Lithium-ion-Drill-Driver-12448566?skuId=12969272
#26
Daveh1664
I've been looking at lithium drill drivers myself recently and this is a pretty good price. I've been hoping there would be a decent offer at some point but I'm not familiar with Fatmax power tools. They seem to be aimed at DIYers so is it worth £15 more than the no-name B&Q drill driver?

http://www.diy.com/nav/fix/power-tools/drills-drivers/drill_drivers/Performance-Power-10-8V-Lithium-ion-Drill-Driver-12448566?skuId=12969272

I don't think B&Q no name products will be any better than Stanley fat max ones tbh. I just started looking for a new drill driver today.

Now I'm torn between screwfix Titan 18v with 2 batteries
http://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-cdi218kl-18v-1-3ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/92980
Or named brand Bosch 18v with 1 battery
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-Cordless-Hammer-Li-Ion-Battery/dp/B0033UWLVK

For me I wouldn't bother with this fatmax deal, an extra £20 gets you more power, 2 batteries, hammer action, LED light. Better to have the power and not need it than the other way around.
#27
SpoonyBoy
Daveh1664
I've been looking at lithium drill drivers myself recently and this is a pretty good price. I've been hoping there would be a decent offer at some point but I'm not familiar with Fatmax power tools. They seem to be aimed at DIYers so is it worth £15 more than the no-name B&Q drill driver?

http://www.diy.com/nav/fix/power-tools/drills-drivers/drill_drivers/Performance-Power-10-8V-Lithium-ion-Drill-Driver-12448566?skuId=12969272

I don't think B&Q no name products will be any better than Stanley fat max ones tbh. I just started looking for a new drill driver today.

Now I'm torn between screwfix Titan 18v with 2 batteries
http://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-cdi218kl-18v-1-3ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/92980
Or named brand Bosch 18v with 1 battery
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-Cordless-Hammer-Li-Ion-Battery/dp/B0033UWLVK

For me I wouldn't bother with this fatmax deal, an extra £20 gets you more power, 2 batteries, hammer action, LED light. Better to have the power and not need it than the other way around.

Agreed! Reckon the titon is the one...
#28
CYPER
Simba92
CYPER
Was looking for a good drill for mainly home use and bought the Maplin one, but when I got home and opened the case = it was used, so I returned it. This one is much better and not much more expensive.
Only downside is it cannot drill or am I wrong? Any attachment so I can use drill bits?
Ofcourse it can drill. Its a drill!
You just use regular drill bits in it.

Yes, realized that after I posted :)
I was thinking about the Impact driver: http://uk.stanleysites.com/powertools/impact-driver-108
Is there an attachment for that one?

You can get hex ended drill bits made for impact drivers. Such as these http://www.milwaukeetool.com/accessories/fastening/48-32-4402

However i wouldn't use an impact driver for drilling jobs.
#29
I think the lidl one was a far better deal. Great bit of kit. Fully metal fearing and quick release chuck
#30
bought this from Cannock homebase,they have 5 left plus this drill also comes with an 30 piece accessories set...bargain
#31
SpooneyBoy - I've got the Bosch PSB 18 LI-2. In a word, excellent.

I've ripped out and replaced a whole kitchen and bathroom using the Bosch. I thought the light was a gimmick, but it really is very useful. 2 batteries, and really is a 1 hr charge.
#32
#33
Top deal just collected mine and it came with a free 30 piece accessory set too!
#34
I love it when diy people talk about tools :) Just by a makita drill and you will be fine :) Don't touch b&q branded junk as will normally last a few weeks depending on use
#35
6% Quidco as well on all Stanley products
#36
Erm hot hot hot! I've not got exactly this one but this type of driver is amazing for screwdriver work and have used mine for minor drilling too :) batteries are great and last for ages ...
#37
rodman

It works:

1 - Go instore and buy Home of Style Tint Wine Flute - Smoky 187076 If they don't give you the Homebase Paint Us A Picture flyer ask for it. I wasn't given one, but it was right next to the till.
2 - Sit down and fill the survey. I did it on my phone for 2-3 minutes. At the end you get a code on your screen.
3 - Go and buy the drill + another Home of Style Tint Wine Flute - Smoky 187076 to make it above £50

Total price = £45.85 for the Drill + 2 Wine Flutes. Obviously you can get something else instead of the flutes, but these are the cheapest things in store that I found.
#38
cheezypeas
Top deal just collected mine and it came with a free 30 piece accessory set too!
Surprised it come with 32 drill bits when collection and happy enough!
#39
Picked this up today with an added 30 piece drill/bit pack great value!
#40
Comes with 3 year guarantee

http://uk.stanleysites.com/mystanley

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