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Stanley Fatmax drill/driver 18V with 2 batteries £47.46 @ Homebase

£47.46 @ Homebase
Stanley Fatmax 18V Lithium ion 2 gear drill driver is the ideal drill for tasks such as hanging pictures, mirrors, curtain rails and blinds as well as assembling flat pack furniture or general house m…
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3m, 8h agoFound 3 months, 8 hours ago
Stanley Fatmax 18V Lithium ion 2 gear drill driver is the ideal drill for tasks such as hanging pictures, mirrors, curtain rails and blinds as well as assembling flat pack furniture or general house maintenance.

Features: Lithium ion battery holds its charge for many months whilst idle; 22 clutch positions allow for accurate screwdriving; 2 gears for high and low speed drill applications; Anti-slip soft grip gives greater comfort and control
Corded/cordless: Cordless
Number of gears: 2
Torque settings: 49.6Nm
No load speed: 0-300/0-1500rpm
Drilling capacity: 25mm wood, 13mm metal
Chuck details: 13mm keyless chuck
Battery type: Lithium ion
Type of batteries required: Lithium ion
Voltage: 18V
Number of batteries required: 1
Batteries included: Yes
Charge time: 90minutes
Handle details: Rubber overmoulds
Suitable for: Drilling into plastic, wood and metal
Case included: Yes
Includes: 2x 1.3Ah batteries, charger and kitbox
Dimensions: (H)28, (W)32.4, (D)9.2cm
Weight: 2.5kg
Colour: Black and yellow
Material: Plastic and steel
Guarantee: 3 years
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1 Like #1
brilliant drill. bargain.
#2
is this the one that doesn't have the hammer function?
#3
Not a combi so no hammer action.
#4
Looks exactly like the one I've got and it does have hammer action and yes it is excellent. These were being sold as discontinued stock in Homebase up until very recently and were £30. My local must have at 50+, went back the next day for something else and they'd all gone. I'm guessing at that price somebody probably bought the lot to sell on. One thing to note is that there seems to be at least 3 different size batteries available. Biggest I found was 2Ah. They are all being sold as the same drill but you just need to check what it says on the box (2Ah variant also has battery level meter).
#5
I'd be surprised if any stores have any left. Pretty sure most were cleared out when they dropped to £30 the other week.

Edited By: joshp on Nov 28, 2016 20:49
1 Like #6
Re hammer action, 2 points - this is a drill/ driver & the specs are silent on masonry drilling depth. "Suitable for: Drilling into plastic, wood and metal".
#7
dannyjones106
is this the one that doesn't have the hammer function?

666bandit666
Not a combi so no hammer action.

MrFizzy
Looks exactly like the one I've got and it does have hammer action and yes it is excellent. These were being sold as discontinued stock in Homebase up until very recently and were £30. My local must have at 50+, went back the next day for something else and they'd all gone. I'm guessing at that price somebody probably bought the lot to sell on. One thing to note is that there seems to be at least 3 different size batteries available. Biggest I found was 2Ah. They are all being sold as the same drill but you just need to check what it says on the box (2Ah variant also has battery level meter).
I'm pretty sure this DOESN'T have a hammer action - if you filter the Homebase page to show just Stanley cordless drills, the one with hammer action is next to it and is £63.03.
1 Like #8
I went in for it and it was reduced by half again to £23 absolute bargin
1 Like #9
WillieGophar
dannyjones106
is this the one that doesn't have the hammer function?
666bandit666
Not a combi so no hammer action.
MrFizzy
Looks exactly like the one I've got and it does have hammer action and yes it is excellent. These were being sold as discontinued stock in Homebase up until very recently and were £30. My local must have at 50+, went back the next day for something else and they'd all gone. I'm guessing at that price somebody probably bought the lot to sell on. One thing to note is that there seems to be at least 3 different size batteries available. Biggest I found was 2Ah. They are all being sold as the same drill but you just need to check what it says on the box (2Ah variant also has battery level meter).
I'm pretty sure this DOESN'T have a hammer action - if you filter the Homebase page to show just Stanley cordless drills, the one with hammer action is next to it and is £63.03.

The drill collar just shows torque & standard drill setting. No hammer label so looks like not. I think hammer function on drills have little use anyway, if you need that function generally a SDS drill is the tool to have.
2 Likes #10
hammer function on drills such s these are more than man enough for dig dulling of masonry. ..especially modern homes ...Obviously sds percussion drills make it go through like butter but I've rewired a complete victorian terraced house with a quality 18v battery drill and that was over 20 years ago. ..and by rewire I obviously mean all the necessary drilling and chasing involved ;) power had been disconnected. )

my homebase is frustrating as hell....all the reduced dock has been replaced but ghe put the prices back up.....:(
#11
a few left in Bodmin, no shelf label so not being spotted.
#12
MrFizzy
Looks exactly like the one I've got and it does have hammer action and yes it is excellent. These were being sold as discontinued stock in Homebase up until very recently and were £30. My local must have at 50+, went back the next day for something else and they'd all gone. I'm guessing at that price somebody probably bought the lot to sell on. One thing to note is that there seems to be at least 3 different size batteries available. Biggest I found was 2Ah. They are all being sold as the same drill but you just need to check what it says on the box (2Ah variant also has battery level meter).

"Includes: 2x 1.3Ah batteries, charger and kitbox"
#13
Model FMC625D2 has hammer action, 13mm chuck and comes with 2x18V 2Ahr battery packs. Just picked one up for £30.

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