Stanley Fatmax Lithium Ion Cordless Hammer Drill with 2 x 1.3Ah Battery - 18V £63.03 @ Homebase - HotUKDeals
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Stanley Fatmax Lithium Ion Cordless Hammer Drill with 2 x 1.3Ah Battery - 18V £63.03 @ Homebase

£63.03 @ Homebase
got an email from Homebase regarding sale theyre having at the moment and found this nice little drill: 18v Lithium ion 2 gear hammer drill is the ideal drill for tasks such as hanging pictures, mi… Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
got an email from Homebase regarding sale theyre having at the moment and found this nice little drill:

18v Lithium ion 2 gear hammer drill 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 it's charge for many months whilst idle; 11 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: 51.4Nm

No load speed: 1500rpm

Blows per minute: 20250

Drilling capacity: 13mm masonry/25mm wood/13mm metal

Chuck details: 13mm keyless chuck

Battery type: Lithium ion

Voltage: 18V

Number of batteries required: 1

Batteries included: Yes

Charge time: 90minutes

Handle details: Rubber overmoulds

Suitable for: Drilling into concrete, wood and metal

Case included: Yes

Includes: 2 x 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 metal

Guarantee: 3 years
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#1
Good deal. Looks like the De Walt I bought a few weeks back. Stanley make De Walt
1 Like #2
This has been going for months at at around this price. Seen it posted here. Heat from me though
#3
great drill. really can't go wrong with it.
#4
I bought a Stanley around a year ago. ..came in a case with 2 batteries and charge indicator button.
highly recommended. much better than I hoped for. great strength and battery.
1 Like #5
got mine for £58, mispriced on shelf
#6
bought one as a present for my dad a few weeks ago at the same price. Seems like a well built, well balanced, cordless hammer drill. Good deal but it's not new I'm afraid.
1 Like #7
Cracking drill. I have this
#8
went I to homebase the other day and this was 56 quid I don't know weather it's was a different spec or what bit was 18v and had load of them on a table. only check due to someone saying they got theirs for 20 odd quid
#9
brilliant drill. used this on several big projects and never let me down. the two batteries makes life easier.
1 Like #10
editing my comment doesn't seem to work for some reason but I meant £59.33 for that drill the other day
1 Like #11
snoopy88
editing my comment doesn't seem to work for some reason but I meant £59.33 for that drill the other day

well theres another one on homebase:

http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/stanley-fatmax-drill-driver-with-2-x-batteries---18v-207004

and that is £59.33. Comparing them side by side the only difference I found was torque settings:

£59.33 - Torque settings: 49.6Nm
£63.03 - Torque settings: 51.4Nm

not sure how that impacts the overall drill capabilities.
1 Like #12
LoganJackman2309
snoopy88
editing my comment doesn't seem to work for some reason but I meant £59.33 for that drill the other day

well theres another one on homebase:

http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/stanley-fatmax-drill-driver-with-2-x-batteries---18v-207004

and that is £59.33. Comparing them side by side the only difference I found was torque settings:

£59.33 - Torque settings: 49.6Nm
£63.03 - Torque settings: 51.4Nm

not sure how that impacts the overall drill capabilities.


doesnt appear to be a hammer function on that one though.
#13
isn't much more for the 2ah version
3 Likes #14
JustinBedford
isn't much more for the 2ah version


also the 2.0ah one has the metal chuck. which I might add is alot better than the plastic one.
#15
I bought the hammer drill with 2x2ah batteries but beware! many of the Stanley power tool range is now discontinued. homebase confirmed this for the hammer drill I bought, the cordless angle grinder, impact driver and 4ah battery. I'm really pee'd off as I bought the drill because of the other compatible tools. stanley/b&d yet to respond to several emails
#16
2ah version here, best drill I've ever had, 3 year warranty too, had about a uear and was this price..
#17
mat_smart
I bought the hammer drill with 2x2ah batteries but beware! many of the Stanley power tool range is now discontinued. homebase confirmed this for the hammer drill I bought, the cordless angle grinder, impact driver and 4ah battery. I'm really pee'd off as I bought the drill because of the other compatible tools. stanley/b&d yet to respond to several emails


since when are they discontinued? they are available to buy still I've heard nothing of it.
#18
Got one last year. Great drill, worth every penny.
#19
JustinBedford
isn't much more for the 2ah version

Do you have a link for the 2ah version?

I can't seem to find it.

Thanks
#20
JoeBoy88
JustinBedford
isn't much more for the 2ah version
Do you have a link for the 2ah version?
I can't seem to find it.
Thanks
Its not available now but get in your time machine ... http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/stanley-fatmax-18v-cordless-hammer-drill-with-2-x-2-0ah-batteries-fast-charger-kitbox-2425198
#21
Just got an ikea drill http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/tools-fittings-curtain-rails/tools-fittings/fixa-screwdriver-drill-li-ion-art-00232905/ for 30 quid - is there a massive difference between it and this Stanley for day-to-day tasks?
#22
JoeBoy88
JustinBedford
isn't much more for the 2ah version

Do you have a link for the 2ah version?

I can't seem to find it.

Thanks


looks like the 2ah one has gone from home base website although it was on there within the last few weeks as I spotted it while trying to find the impact driver that matches. Argos still have the 2ah kit listed but haven't reduced it yet.
#23
mrasgar
Just got an ikea drill http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/tools-fittings-curtain-rails/tools-fittings/fixa-screwdriver-drill-li-ion-art-00232905/ for 30 quid - is there a massive difference between it and this Stanley for day-to-day tasks?


I would say so yes - 18v to start with

Edited By: Squirrel2016 on Oct 16, 2016 07:39
#24
Have they done away with the battery grinder. Really want one and none online or in store
#25
mrasgar
Just got an ikea drill http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/tools-fittings-curtain-rails/tools-fittings/fixa-screwdriver-drill-li-ion-art-00232905/ for 30 quid - is there a massive difference between it and this Stanley for day-to-day tasks?

Huge difference,
#26
great drill, bad seller ,
Reserve online, staff see the reserve item on the system , think " oh that's cheap I have that " 5 mins later you get a call from Homebase , " sorry we have not actually got any stock"
#27
cbrpaul
great drill, bad seller ,
Reserve online, staff see the reserve item on the system , think " oh that's cheap I have that " 5 mins later you get a call from Homebase , " sorry we have not actually got any stock"

Or someone saw it on the shelf and bought it and already gone ?
#28
deanos
cbrpaul
great drill, bad seller ,
Reserve online, staff see the reserve item on the system , think " oh that's cheap I have that " 5 mins later you get a call from Homebase , " sorry we have not actually got any stock"
Or someone saw it on the shelf and bought it and already gone ?

not when I reserve it the night before, when the shop closes, and I get a call before the shop the opens the next day by staff !!!
#29
Bought this today £63.03 fantastic price!!
No mention on the box of 2 batteries but I can confirm 2 in the box..
Wrexham store has loads for sale....
Bargain over £100 in screwfix
#30
deanos
mrasgar
Just got an ikea drill http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/tools-fittings-curtain-rails/tools-fittings/fixa-screwdriver-drill-li-ion-art-00232905/ for 30 quid - is there a massive difference between it and this Stanley for day-to-day tasks?
Huge difference,

So in practical terms, what can this do that the ikea one can't? Any examples will help, I'm not very aware of these kind of tools.
#31
mrasgar
deanos
mrasgar
Just got an ikea drill http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/tools-fittings-curtain-rails/tools-fittings/fixa-screwdriver-drill-li-ion-art-00232905/ for 30 quid - is there a massive difference between it and this Stanley for day-to-day tasks?
Huge difference,
So in practical terms, what can this do that the ikea one can't? Any examples will help, I'm not very aware of these kind of tools.
For a start 2 batteries and 2 gears...
No point even mentioning the rest
#32
picked one up yesterday from the Stoke on Trent store. they had loads under the shelf labeled as £59.33 and mixed in a few if these when I checked the boxes. went for the hammer one as a no brainer for an extra 3 quid. seems a solid, well made and powerful drill. :)
#33
same drill £29.99 at home base team vall
ey Gateshead. (was at 4pm yesterday anyway).
#34
same drill £29.99 at homebase tvte gateshead
#35
same drill £29.99 at home base tvte gateshead

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