STANLEY 1.3AH LI-ION DRILL & DRIVER TWIN PACK 2 BATTERIES £100 @ B&Q
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STANLEY 1.3AH LI-ION DRILL & DRIVER TWIN PACK 2 BATTERIES £100 @ B&Q

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Found 3rd Dec
Guarantee - 1 yearComes with - 18V compact hammer drill & 18V compact impact driver, multi-purpose storage bag, 2x 1.3 Ah Lithium-ion batteries and chargerCharge time of 1 hour

Features and Benefits

13mm chuck (combi drill) and impact driver 6.35 mm hex chuckLED work light to illuminate work pieceAdjustable torque control for consistent screw driving into a variety of materialsCompact, lightweight design allows for use in confined spacesGuarantee can be extended to 2 years if registered


Product code:5054905024284

56 Comments

I've not used them but I had a quick look when I was last in b&q. They don't feel as good as DeWalt or makita but for that price you can't really moan about it. Personally I would spend a little more.

Heat anyway

How are Stanley allowed to copy the dewalt design? You would honestly think it was dewalt from a distance.
I'd still say £100 is a very good price for them both . Stanley have made decent enough tools for years. Doubt you will be disappointed.

vinnyandfiona16 m ago

How are Stanley allowed to copy the dewalt design? You would honestly …How are Stanley allowed to copy the dewalt design? You would honestly think it was dewalt from a distance.I'd still say £100 is a very good price for them both . Stanley have made decent enough tools for years. Doubt you will be disappointed.


Probably because they are part of the same company/parent company

You can get the Makita for about this price different class.

beaufinder12 m ago

You can get the Makita for about this price different class.

Link?

vinnyandfiona45 m ago

How are Stanley allowed to copy the dewalt design? You would honestly …How are Stanley allowed to copy the dewalt design? You would honestly think it was dewalt from a distance.I'd still say £100 is a very good price for them both . Stanley have made decent enough tools for years. Doubt you will be disappointed.


They are DeWalt/STanley/B&D now
All pretty much identical. I have this exact kit and think its excellent value after giving it some heavy use this past month.Also think its on a par with my DeWalt set.
Recommended

I have both the dewalt and the Stanley. The Stanley is definitely the better pick. Neither are as good as Makita but you pay the price for Makita.

koooowweeee2 h, 27 m ago

I've not used them but I had a quick look when I was last in b&q. They …I've not used them but I had a quick look when I was last in b&q. They don't feel as good as DeWalt or makita but for that price you can't really moan about it. Personally I would spend a little more. Heat anyway



The FatMax range is great, spending a little bit more won't necessarily get you better, Especially not from the likes of DeWalt or Makita which have become a poor overpriced range, You ether go for a great sold drill at a good price from the likes of FatMax or Worx, Or go the whole hog for Milwaukee or Hilti.
Power tools come in two flavours, Ether good or bad, There is not really an in the middle.

Not for professional, only for home users.

Amygdalum2 h, 11 m ago

Not for professional, only for home users.


I use mine 5 days a week on steelwork up to 3 inch thick. So yes it's suitable for professional these are very very good drills aslong as they have the metal chuck. The plastic ones are not even d.i.y worthy.

No mention of torque. Sly move

Yes, I was looking for that

linhang9022 h, 42 m ago

No mention of torque. Sly move


47Nm for the cordless drill
165Nm for the impact driver

I think that's not too bad, good enough for most tasks i should reckon. Picked it up today, got these numbers from the manual. Quality seems half decent for the price.

logicturnip3 h, 37 m ago

47Nm for the cordless drill165Nm for the impact driverI think that's not …47Nm for the cordless drill165Nm for the impact driverI think that's not too bad, good enough for most tasks i should reckon. Picked it up today, got these numbers from the manual. Quality seems half decent for the price.


is it a metal chuck or plastic?

spilmilk3rd Dec

I use mine 5 days a week on steelwork up to 3 inch thick. So yes it's …I use mine 5 days a week on steelwork up to 3 inch thick. So yes it's suitable for professional these are very very good drills aslong as they have the metal chuck. The plastic ones are not even d.i.y worthy.


is this a metal chuck then? was split between this and bosch gsb 18-2-Li, but i think that might have a plastic chuck?

spilmilk3rd Dec

I use mine 5 days a week on steelwork up to 3 inch thick. So yes it's …I use mine 5 days a week on steelwork up to 3 inch thick. So yes it's suitable for professional these are very very good drills aslong as they have the metal chuck. The plastic ones are not even d.i.y worthy.


If you're using a battery drill on 3" steel, you're a dumbass.

M1LFHunter51 m ago

If you're using a battery drill on 3" steel, you're a dumbass.


Shots Fired!

beaufinder13rd Dec

You can get the Makita for about this price different class.


The Makita twin set is in screwfix for £220.

I assume the batteries are deliberately not compatible with DeWalt tools / chargers?

Have a stanley 18v drill, and it's fantastic for the price

1.3Ah is tiny

my current set is 1.5Ah, and is just managable

babylon3rd Dec

The FatMax range is great, spending a little bit more won't necessarily …The FatMax range is great, spending a little bit more won't necessarily get you better, Especially not from the likes of DeWalt or Makita which have become a poor overpriced range, You ether go for a great sold drill at a good price from the likes of FatMax or Worx, Or go the whole hog for Milwaukee or Hilti. Power tools come in two flavours, Ether good or bad, There is not really an in the middle.


Get real... Worx is a better tool than a makita now? btw makita has some cheapo range as well... even the super cheapo range is better than that junk...

M1LFHunter12 h, 22 m ago

If you're using a battery drill on 3" steel, you're a dumbass.



so what do you use? a corded black and decker?

Tom_Reys14 h, 44 m ago

Get real... Worx is a better tool than a makita now? btw makita has …Get real... Worx is a better tool than a makita now? btw makita has some cheapo range as well... even the super cheapo range is better than that junk...



If you read my statement again, I think that's what I said.

sul10 h, 41 m ago

so what do you use? a corded black and decker?


A magna-drill, baby!!! Woooo ha ha ha ha haaaaaaa!!!

Which is what that 'tool' should be using on 3" steel.

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Edited by: "M1LFHunter" 6th Dec

babylon3rd Dec

The FatMax range is great, spending a little bit more won't necessarily …The FatMax range is great, spending a little bit more won't necessarily get you better, Especially not from the likes of DeWalt or Makita which have become a poor overpriced range, You ether go for a great sold drill at a good price from the likes of FatMax or Worx, Or go the whole hog for Milwaukee or Hilti. Power tools come in two flavours, Ether good or bad, There is not really an in the middle.



Saw tests on Milwaukee v Makita...and others...seems to be far superior but have never seen Milwaukee in UK shops

Hi guys. I am reading some mixed reviews here so am posing a question - for somebody who has just bought a house that needs work, lives on her own and will need to get jobs done as and when, is this set any good? If there is something better for not a whole lot more then please feel free to make suggestions.
Can she get much done with these? It is not worth spending hundreds more because if a job is that big or requires more skill then chances are a tradesman will have to be involved!

tomba31 m ago

Saw tests on Milwaukee v Makita...and others...seems to be far superior …Saw tests on Milwaukee v Makita...and others...seems to be far superior but have never seen Milwaukee in UK shops


Toolstation stock some of the range. Also plenty of online stores, e.g. FFX.

zoolander27 h, 25 m ago

Hi guys. I am reading some mixed reviews here so am posing a question - …Hi guys. I am reading some mixed reviews here so am posing a question - for somebody who has just bought a house that needs work, lives on her own and will need to get jobs done as and when, is this set any good? If there is something better for not a whole lot more then please feel free to make suggestions.Can she get much done with these? It is not worth spending hundreds more because if a job is that big or requires more skill then chances are a tradesman will have to be involved!


To be honest you are probably better off buying a cordless combi drill on its own - but if price isn’t so much an issue then I’d opt for this one

screwfix.com/p/b…16t

Reading your post I am fairly certain this will cover all of your needs.
Edited by: "pennyfarthing88" 6th Dec

pennyfarthing8815 h, 35 m ago

To be honest you are probably better off buying a cordless combi drill on …To be honest you are probably better off buying a cordless combi drill on its own - but if price isn’t so much an issue then I’d opt for this one https://www.screwfix.com/p/bosch-gsb-18-2-li-plus-18v-2-0ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/5916tReading your post I am fairly certain this will cover all of your needs.



Thanks very much

I was really tempted by this set but my Bosch psb1800-li2 doesn't want to give up and die. Only worrying part is the battery which has quite small capacity of 1.3Ah compared to what I use now with 2.0Ah they really do last a while especially when it comes to fitting plasterboard around full house where you screw shit loads of screws.

If the drill has a metal chuck and gearbox it' fantastic. Stanley own dealt which is why they are similar look. The one I have is better than my dewalt and no.comparison to Makita which in my experience is the worse product you can buy. If you want top quality get Metabo.

beaufinder13rd Dec

You can get the Makita for about this price different class.


Where?

spilmilk3rd Dec

I have both the dewalt and the Stanley. The Stanley is definitely the …I have both the dewalt and the Stanley. The Stanley is definitely the better pick. Neither are as good as Makita but you pay the price for Makita.


Hilti !

Harry_Field-10729637494607 m ago

Where?


Totally agree Makita is in a completely different class at this price - poor quality and makita customer service even worse - is sooner buy Parkside from lidl

zoolander26th Dec

Hi guys. I am reading some mixed reviews here so am posing a question - …Hi guys. I am reading some mixed reviews here so am posing a question - for somebody who has just bought a house that needs work, lives on her own and will need to get jobs done as and when, is this set any good? If there is something better for not a whole lot more then please feel free to make suggestions.Can she get much done with these? It is not worth spending hundreds more because if a job is that big or requires more skill then chances are a tradesman will have to be involved!


Gentleman gentle hands requiredhere.

Great set although batteries on the small side so probably be better for occasional use than all the time .

I bought mine from b@q with a trade point card £80

beaufinder152 m ago

I bought mine from b@q with a trade point card £80



As your trade do you recommend it then

zoolander26th Dec

Hi guys. I am reading some mixed reviews here so am posing a question - …Hi guys. I am reading some mixed reviews here so am posing a question - for somebody who has just bought a house that needs work, lives on her own and will need to get jobs done as and when, is this set any good? If there is something better for not a whole lot more then please feel free to make suggestions.Can she get much done with these? It is not worth spending hundreds more because if a job is that big or requires more skill then chances are a tradesman will have to be involved!



If it's The metal chuck / gearbox the drill is great. Do you need the impact driver though? I think they'e Fantastic but this will be a very powerful one.
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