Stanley FatMax 18V Impact Driver & Drill set £137.69 at Homebase
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Stanley FatMax 18V Impact Driver & Drill set £137.69 at Homebase

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Found 5th Dec 2015
Best price I've seen for a branded 18V mpact Driver & Drill set with 2x batteries. Even better with a 3 year guarantee - details below:

Stanley FatMax 18V Combi Starter Kit includes high performance 18V Li-Ion compact drill driver (FMC600D2) and 18V Li-Ion compact impact driver(FMC645D2)
Includes: 2 x 2.0Ah batterys, charger, belt Hooks, kitbox.
Corded/cordless: Cordless
Batteries included: Yes
No load speed: 2900.0rpm
Torque settings: 22
Drilling capacity: Maximum drilling capacity for masonry: 16mm (hammer drill). Maximum drilling capacity for metal: 13mm. Maximum drilling capacity for wood: 38mm.
Number of gears: 2
Battery type: 2.0Ah Li-Ion
Voltage: 18.0V
Dimensions: (H)29.0, (W)33.0, (D)16.0cm
Weight: 4.7kg
Colour: Black and yellow
Material: Plastic
Guarantee: 3 years.
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Not a bad price for a DIY set
Decent price especially 2x 2.0ah batteries, only one it seen cheaper is that nasty one at Aldi for £99
What's the torque of the impact driver - not listed on HomeBase site?
Rickardo

What's the torque of the impact driver - not listed on HomeBase site?


Stanley site says Max. Torque (Nm) 180
Price has increased.
atippett

Price has increased.



Price is listed at £152.99 but has an extra 10% off at the checkout until midnight
FatalSaviour

Stanley site says Max. Torque (Nm) 180



Thanks - decent amount!
Seems like a decent deal - can anybody advise on whether this is better than the previous makita deal posted as the price difference is minimal. It seems that the main negative on the makita deal was that the batteries werent interchangable with other makita products but thats probably a non issue if you're buying the Stanley anyway! hotukdeals.com/dea…459
shaffy123

Seems like a decent deal - can anybody advise on whether this is better … Seems like a decent deal - can anybody advise on whether this is better than the previous makita deal posted as the price difference is minimal. It seems that the main negative on the makita deal was that the batteries werent interchangable with other makita products but thats probably a non issue if you're buying the Stanley anyway! http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/makita-drill-impact-driver-set-150-b-q-2331459



I posted but didn't actually buy it!! the makita batteries are only 1.3ah so won't last that long after decent usage. Think I'm going to end up getting a good Impact Driver for about £90 ie the Ryobi @ b&q, then just a £40 cordless drill..... Still not sure!!!!
FatalSaviour

Stanley site says Max. Torque (Nm) 180



​I'm not to sure about that, the best ones and most expensive ones have 180 Nm, most Makitas and DeWalts have 160 Nm.
Bought a Stanley fatmax drill and driver set from Homebase priced @ £55 what a steal
shaggy1669

Bought a Stanley fatmax drill and driver set from Homebase priced @ £55 … Bought a Stanley fatmax drill and driver set from Homebase priced @ £55 what a steal



When did you get it? Any left?
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