Stanley FatMax FMC620LB Lithium Ion Hammer Drill - 18V £79.99 Argos - HotUKDeals
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The Fat Max 18V Lithium Ion Cordless Hammer Drill will make light work of concrete and masonry, and is great for completing your DIY projects and tasks around the home and garden. It has two gears and includes a 22 torque clutch ensuring that it is versatile, making it perfect for use with a variety of materials and different screw sizes.

Spring loaded slide pack battery system - for a quick and easy battery change and a more secure fit. 22 torque clutch - for perfect screwdriving into a variety of materials with different screws sizes. 90 min charge time. LED Light for improved visibility. Chuck capacity is 1.5 to 13mm. Features a belt hook and magnetic bit holder. Hammer impacts per minute 5950 / 25,500 IPM.
18V battery power.
Variable speed.
Speed 0-350rpm/0-1500rpm.
Reverse function.
1.5 hour(s) charging time.
13mm keyless chuck.
2 gears.
22 torque settings.
Maximum torque 48Nm.
Drilling capacity for wood 38mm, steel 13mm, masonry 13mm.
Temperature overload function which shuts down unit automatically if it overheats.
Soft grip handle.
Li-Ion battery.
2 batteries.
Accessories included: 2 Li-Ion batteries (1.5Ah capacity), 1 charger, 1 screwdriver bit.
Double ended screw bit included.
Carry case.
Drill weight 1.7kg.
Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.
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18V, 13mm chuck, 90min charger, 2 Li-ion batteries, and it looks like it's got a locking spindle as well.
Should be an excellent choice for those wanting those wanting the security of a brand name.
Aren't these made by DeWalt?
Combine with the £25 off £50 Amex offer and you've got yourself a real bargain!
Great price for a quality product

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