Stanley Fatmax 18V Cordless Hammer Drill with 2 x 2.0Ah Batteries, Fast Charger and Kitbox - FMC625D2 £65 @ homebase - instore only?
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Stanley Fatmax 18V Cordless Hammer Drill with 2 x 2.0Ah Batteries, Fast Charger and Kitbox - FMC625D2 £65 @ homebase - instore only?

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Found 3rd Apr 2016
I have posted this drill under another thread (http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/stanley-fatmax-18v-drill-driver-with-2-x-1-3-ah-batteries-fast-charger-kitbox-64-2424126) but when I went into purchase it today it was on offer for £65 rather than the £85 as shown online. When it scanned it was £85 but when I explained that it was £65 on the shelf and showed the assistant she was fine and charge me £65. I bought mine at the Macclesfield store - I don't know if it is store specific.

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Great find

Just a guess, but I suspect the model at £65 should actually be the non-hammer version.
It does look very similar.

I think that maybe you just got lucky.

Either this was store specific or you just got lucky.

Popped into my local Homebase in Coventry this morning at 8, they had the 2.0ah hammer drill for £85 and the other 1.3ah non hammer one for £65

can confirm with sian, I bought the hammer drill for 85, still an excellent price when you look around for another with two batteries of that size.

Anyone else found this price?

So, well done OP but it's not a real deal.

Bought it for £85 in store yesterday, it was the non hammer one for £65. However there is a £5 voucher to be had by completing this survey. paintusapicture.com

A bit out there but can anyone recommend any drill bits for the 2.0ah hammer version?

Will I be allowed to return it with a small defect

The thread is broken so the clip will not screw on one side. Just wondering if they will see it as enough of a problem to replace the drill for.

Very good buy if anyone manages to get the 2.0Ah hammer drill. Will have to hold off voting until proven by other purchases.

£85 cold

Leery24

Will I be allowed to return it with a small defect


The law says you can demand a full refund in 30 days if the product is defective.

Incidentally, I reserved another product at Homebase, then they didn't actually have it when I went to collect.
I really had to push them to pay me my travel expenses. So be prepared to stand your ground against poor customer service.


Edited by: "jaizan" 4th Apr 2016

barginfan

Just a guess, but I suspect the model at £65 should actually be the … Just a guess, but I suspect the model at £65 should actually be the non-hammer version. It does look very similar. I think that maybe you just got lucky.



or store-specific? If homebase do that.

£65 is a cracking price to get this, but they have been on sale for that multiple times in a few different shops (but most frequently homebase for some reason)

It was an error by shop. Should have been £84.95. Cheaper version is £65

I bought this today, marked on shelf at £64.44..... Most likely in the wrong place! Also used £5 online survey code so ended up spending £59.44!

Forgot to mention, this was at Macclesfield store like the OP
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