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Homebase - Stanley Fatmax 18V Combi Drill with 2 x 2.0ah batteries and 1hr charger
Homebase - Stanley Fatmax 18V Combi Drill with 2 x 2.0ah batteries and 1hr charger

Homebase - Stanley Fatmax 18V Combi Drill with 2 x 2.0ah batteries and 1hr charger

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Had this drill fom the last deal and has served me well. Cannot fault it. Looking to maybe go for this deal again, if just for the batteries alone and a spare charger and another combi drill. Also looking to get the bare unit 18v impact driver shortly and then will have more than enough kit to use with it.

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This Stanley Fatmax 18V Cordless Li-ion Hammer Drill features 2 speed motor covers all applications into masonry, wood and metal. It is compact and lightweight making it ideal for confined spaces. It is kitted with a 22 position adjustable torque control for consistent screw driving into a variety of materials with different screw sizes. Compact 13mm single sleeve keyless metal chuck with automatic spindle lock allows quick and easy bit change with one hand. LED Light ensures improved visibility in poorly lit areas.

Features: 2 speed gears, hammer impacts per minute 6,800 / 27,200, chuck capacity 1.5-13mm, state of charge indicator, LED light
Corded/cordless: Cordless
Number of gears: 2
Torque settings: 51.4Nm
No load speed: 1600rpm
Drilling capacity: Wood: 38mm, Metal: 13mm, Masonry: 13mm.
Chuck details: 13mm single sleeve keyless metal chuck
Voltage: 18V
Batteries included: Yes
Charge time: 1hours
Suitable for: Drilling / screw driving into wood and metal
Includes: 2 x 18v Li-Ion 2.0Ah battery packs, 60 minute charger, belt hook, kit box
Dimensions: (H)22, (W)23, (D)7.5cm
Weight: 1.8kg
Colour: Black and yellow
Material: Plastic and metal
Guarantee: 3 years
Additional information: 22 Position adjustable torque control for consistent screw driving into a variety of materials with different screw sizes

24 Comments

Handy if you can find stock oO

good find op, heat added

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pennyfarthing88

Handy if you can find stock oO



​dam. they shifted quick. especially in Brum

Out of stock around here (Derby/Notts) - but an excellent drill - I use two of them and prefer them to my Dewalt stuff. Would like another especially with the 2.0 ah batteries.

I picked this up from Argos and must say very impressed with it! Very strong drill and the batteries last forever.

I got my grown up son one of these drills for Xmas. Paid about the same on an offer at Argos, it is so good I borrow it and probably use more than he does, even though I have my own Makita drill (which is usually squirrelled away in my van so saves me having to go out and get it). So if you can get hold of one, I'd definitely recommend it.

Looked like a great deal so I went to order one and it's out of stock in our local branches. As I'm completely uneducated when it comes to drills can anyone advise if this is a sensible solution for most home DIY type jobs @£65 and in stock: homebase.co.uk/en/…919?_$ja=tsid:56804|cid:809731|cgid:80973116778989|crid:589984671 Any advice much appreciated!

Bought one of these a couple of years ago and used it loads.

Still going strong, highly recommended.

To Graham...
I have 2 of these, one of which is the older model with 2 x 1.5 batteries. They are ideal for home use, with solid build quality and plenty of power. Mine get heavy use and they still feel like new! Highly recommended!

Graham Smith

Looked like a great deal so I went to order one and it's out of stock in … Looked like a great deal so I went to order one and it's out of stock in our local branches. As I'm completely uneducated when it comes to drills can anyone advise if this is a sensible solution for most home DIY type jobs @£65 and in stock: http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/stanley-fatmax-lithium-ion-cordless-hammer-drill-with-2-x-13ah-battery---18v-353919?_$ja=tsid:56804|cid:809731|cgid:80973116778989|crid:589984671 Any advice much appreciated!



​I think the only difference is the batteries?
This has the same batteries and 1 hour charger however slightly more expensive.

screwfix.com/p/e…45f

None near me.:(

Got one of these back in March when it was offer - although think I paid about £80. Very good quality and highly recommend.

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went into Selly Oak homebase for this and impact as well. none. had the 1.3ah battery drill versions for £63. no where near as good a bargain. I think homebase are starting make these deals up

Got one last year. My de walt batteries have had it so needed something that could last. Very impressed with the batteries and the drill. Its not brushless but for the money you just cant go wrong. Highly recommended.

The Fatmax models are great value, near Dewalt/Makita level in my opinion. This is a very hot deal but just remember you are buying in to the brand with battery's for future power tools.

another wild goose chase

I got one the other week. excellent drill. was considering Bosch or matika but this seems just as good

Have this one, loads of torque and very robust about the same price as I got it for last year so a good deal, heat

Great deal. I got this at start of year before moving house. Excellent bit of kit. And no I paid a bit more on the offer too. Good find. HOT for me.

Got one a couple of weeks ago, they had 75 in stock at the Bradford store then. Good piece of kit, but it needs the 2 batteries as they don't last long.

They have a lot more torque than most others around this price plus 2 (maybe3) year warranty.

These are really great, I bought one around the same time I got a cheap dewalt (~£120) from screwfix, and this Fatmax has outlasted and outperformed it. Better batteries, better metal chuck, super useful magnetic bit holders (which make me annoyingly slap bits against the dewalt and drop them every time). Beefier batteries too.

Doesn't look like anyone has any in stock, mind..
Edited by: "colourpie" 12th Sep 2016

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can someone really reactivate this as available for home delivery now. so back in stock

dm_hallam

can someone really reactivate this as available for home delivery now. so … can someone really reactivate this as available for home delivery now. so back in stock



Are you sure about that? The Homebase website itself seems a little confused...

Online exclusive142 pointsThis item can be purchased in store but cannot … Online exclusive142 pointsThis item can be purchased in store but cannot be reserved online.



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