Stanley Fatmax FMCK465C2 Cordless 18v Drill Driver & Impact Driver Combi Kit £109.97 @ Homebase - Leicester - HotUKDeals
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Stanley Fatmax FMCK465C2 Cordless 18v Drill Driver & Impact Driver Combi Kit £109.97 @ Homebase - Leicester £99.93

£99.93 @ Homebase
Found instore at Homebase in Leicester - now £99.93! Stanley Fatmax Drill Driver & Impact Driver Combi Kit With Charger and TWO 1.3ah Batteries FEATURES & BENEFITS Hammer Drill with compac…
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Found instore at Homebase in Leicester - now £99.93!

Stanley Fatmax Drill Driver & Impact Driver

Combi Kit With Charger and TWO 1.3ah Batteries

FEATURES & BENEFITS

Hammer Drill with compact 13mm single sleeve metal keyless chuck with automatic spindle lock for quick and easy single handed bit change

Hammer Drill with 2 Speed motor covering all applications

Hammer drill with 22 position adjustable torque control for consistent screwdriving into a variety of materials with different screw sizes

Impact driver with 6.35mm keyless hex driver allows for quick, one handed fitment

Impact driver with aluminium front housing provides greater heat dispersion increasing motor life

Compact, lightweight and ergonomic design with rubber grip for superior user comfort

Part of the STANLEY FATMAX® 18V cordless Li-Ion system

Manufacturer warranty - 3 year

INCLUDED:

2 x 1.3Ah 18V Li-Ion battery

Hammer Drill & Impact Driver

Storage bag
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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#2
never tried these but stanley fatmax hand tools do seem to be quite robust and worth the extra you pay so for this price id say its good for real diy enthusiast but not for trade. heat added.
#3
makita man myself but heat added because vfm
#4
Seems a good price but the batteries are awful. 1.2Ah is very low for drills.

Ok for DIY'ers
3 Likes #5
krisward7955
Seems a good price but the batteries are awful. 1.2Ah is very low for drills.
Ok for DIY'ers

Good job these are 1.3Ah then eh? ;)
#6
Lol damn keyboard
1 Like #7
Can also get an extra (non-hammer) drill with another two batteries and another charger for £60
http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/stanley-fatmax-drill-driver-with-2-x-batteries---18v-207004

Three spares should cover the charge time so theoretically you could go non-stop..

I think this is a slightly weedier version of their combi drill though.
This is the good one
http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/stanley-fatmax-cordless-hammer-drill-with-2-x-batteries--18v-322538
Hard to find, must be being replaced (or phased out in favour of DW/B&D models)
1 Like #8
Awesome how the photo looks like a little yellow robot.
#9
£99 homebase exeter
#10
scoobytawazara
£99 homebase exeter


​confirmed in Leicester! just took mine back and got £10 refunded :D
#11
I was lucky enough to pick up one of the 'good' drills at Homebase in Dover this weekend. There were two left.
#12
why cant you c and 18v impact driver ?
1 Like #13
These are £60 in Homebase Hedge End. Nearly bought one ... about 6 in stock with orange clearnace stickers
#14
Anyone has this and can comment on battery life? Is 1.3Ah even enough for more than 100 wood screws with the impact?
#15
If my profile pic shows it should show my receipt for this price matched in Glasgow.
Robroyston has only 2 and having bought 1, 1 left thru back. Edinburgh Blackhall and Glasgow Milngavie have plenty, "hunners" , in stock advertised at £109. Show this receipt pic and thread. Happy shopping.
#16
Sorry profile pic tiny. How, rather than an URL address can I upload my receipt pic. ?
#17
Hamilton store has 10 in store, heat added

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