Stanley Fatmax 1.3Ah Cordless Hammer Drill 2 Batteries – 18V - £59.99 @ Argos / edit 28/11 £10 Quidco Bonus back
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Stanley Fatmax 1.3Ah Cordless Hammer Drill 2 Batteries – 18V - £59.99 @ Argos / edit 28/11 £10 Quidco Bonus back

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Found 27th Nov 2016
Quality 18V drill with 2 lithium batteries, charger and case.

Opt in to the Quidco £10 bonus cashback to get a tenner back

Brilliant for DIY use!!

Argos Description:-

This hammer drill features a 2 speed motor and up to 47Nm of torque to make light work of all those screwing and drilling tasks. The compact and lightweight design allows for use in more confined areas, with the built-in LED light providing illumination to the work piece. The ergonomic rubber grip provides comfort over a prolonged period.

Featuring a 13mm single sleeve keyless chuck to provide for a quick and easy bit change. With 22 torque settings and 2 speed motor it can deliver a max drilling capacity of 35mm into wood, 13mm into metal and 13mm into masonry.

Included are two 1.3ah lithium-ion technology battery packs for extended work time, 90 minute battery charger with charge status indicator, hard kit box for safe storage and a 3 year warranty for peace of mind.
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Good price and a good drill.
Same price via Argos eBay with free C&C and collect 600 Nectar points including 540 bonus points.

ebay.co.uk/itm…055?hash=item4b0cd62d27:g:SSYAAOSwHMJYNbkZ

Or with 2 x 2.0Ah batteries £69.99 free C&C Collect 700 Nectar points including 630 bonus points

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Nice drill. I believe Argos is end of lifing it. Still a good drill! But that's the reason for the 'better than half price' side of things.
Is this the same model that was selling in Homebase for various prices between £30-60?
Good drill
aforumac

Is this the same model that was selling in Homebase for various prices … Is this the same model that was selling in Homebase for various prices between £30-60?



Yep looks the same, I was lucky enough to bag one @£30.
viper8

Yep looks the same, I was lucky enough to bag one @£30.


Must have gone 10 times over 2 weeks but missed the reduction!
Well done setven.
One of the best tools i've ever owned!
Well worth 60 quid, I was lucky to pick one up for 30 a couple of weeks ago at homebase.
Is that the hammer drill? I've seen the drill driver at that price with two 1.3amp batteries. I bought this hammer drill with 2 x 2 amp batteries, really good kit.
Is that the hammer drill? I've seen the drill driver at that price with two 1.3amp batteries. I bought this hammer drill with 2 x 2 amp batteries, really good kit.
http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/stanley-fatmax-drill-driver-with-2-x-batteries---18v-207004

I'm sure this is the same one?
Edited by: "Kevvo77" 28th Nov 2016
Kevvo77

http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/stanley-fatmax-drill-driver-with-2-x-batteries---18v-207004I'm sure this is the same one?



NO, that's not a HAMMER action capable drill.
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deleted1367315
Guys what use is a hammer action that only goes 13 mm into metal or masonary.
Any normal drill can do that. This is not a hammer action drill.
tom879

NO, that's not a HAMMER action capable drill.


Ah OK thanks
kotr

Guys what use is a hammer action that only goes 13 mm into metal or … Guys what use is a hammer action that only goes 13 mm into metal or masonary.Any normal drill can do that. This is not a hammer action drill.



13mm is the diameter of the drill bit you can use, not the depth it goes in.
sbr40

13mm is the diameter of the drill bit you can use, not the depth it goes … 13mm is the diameter of the drill bit you can use, not the depth it goes in.




Oops
Great find especially with Quidco £10 cashback
Is this powerful enough to drill through bricks ?
kotr

Guys what use is a hammer action that only goes 13 mm into metal or … Guys what use is a hammer action that only goes 13 mm into metal or masonary.


For the convenience dur!!
http://img.xcitefun.net/users/2015/01/376134,xcitefun-smallest-power-drill-1.jpg
Is this powerful enough to drill through bricks or is it more of a decent screwdriver ?
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tinman41

Oops



My mistake. It does say 13mm into metal or masonary in the description if you care to read it
kotr

My mistake. It does say 13mm into metal or masonary in the description if … My mistake. It does say 13mm into metal or masonary in the description if you care to read it



No, it says the maximum drilling capacity is 13mm into masonry. Which means you can drill a 13mm-wide hole into masonry.
fireplace

Is this powerful enough to drill through bricks ?


Hi Fireplace,
I bought this drill about a year ago and it's been really good for all sorts of jobs, was fine drilling 8mm holes in brick. Found it's limit trying to drill 10mm holes in stone and had to get a proper SDS.
I went for the 2 x 2ah version.
Thanks for the post
Bought the 14.4 hammerdrill with one battery pack last year for the same price. Good find.
Fatmax is quality stuff.
I bought this too for DIY round the house. At 50%+ off this is easily better value for money than feature set of Bosch green drills
back to 75
£63 on hombase atm
kotr

Guys what use is a hammer action that only goes 13 mm into metal or … Guys what use is a hammer action that only goes 13 mm into metal or masonary.Any normal drill can do that. This is not a hammer action drill.


FACEPALM !!
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sbr40

13mm is the diameter of the drill bit you can use, not the depth it goes … 13mm is the diameter of the drill bit you can use, not the depth it goes in.


Ha ha, nice one
Anyone get the £10 quidco cashback yet?
crap dont bother.............
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Captain Banana

FACEPALM !!


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kotr



Clearly I got it totally wrong.
I actually bought the drill after being corrected.
Not just here to troll like some miserable knob jockeys
Edited by: "deleted1367315" 7th Dec 2016
kotr

Clearly I got it totally wrong.I actually bought the drill after being … Clearly I got it totally wrong.I actually bought the drill after being corrected.Not just here to troll like some miserable knob jockeys


You made yourself look like a complete idiot and yet it's the others that are at fault !!!!!
Anyone got the £10 cash back quidco yet?
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