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Stanley Fatmax 2Ah Cordless Hammer Drill, 2 Batteries – 18V £69.99 Argos
Stanley Fatmax 2Ah Cordless Hammer Drill, 2 Batteries – 18V  £69.99 Argos

Stanley Fatmax 2Ah Cordless Hammer Drill, 2 Batteries – 18V £69.99 Argos

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For powerful, effective drilling look no further than the Stanley Fatmax cordless hammer drill. It boasts 2.0Ah lithium-ion battery technology for long-lasting use before a required recharge. With 22 torque settings, this hammer drill can tackle a variety of tasks without any difficulty.
2 speed gearbox covers all applications into masonry, wood and metal. Hammer impacts per minute 6,800 / 27,200 IPM. Chuck capacity 1.5-13mm. State of charge indicator. LED light for improved visibility.

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Picked one of these up in Homebase for £35 last week might be worth checking your local

Think Homebase's are 1.3 ah batterys

MrJinxy

Picked one of these up in Homebase for £35 last week might be worth … Picked one of these up in Homebase for £35 last week might be worth checking your local



hi, did they display with the £35 label on shelf or not? I have to ask as my local one (very far away) list them all (stanley &worx) in full price.

thanks.

dealchaser888

hi, did they display with the £35 label on shelf or not? I have to ask … hi, did they display with the £35 label on shelf or not? I have to ask as my local one (very far away) list them all (stanley &worx) in full price.thanks.



No, they were displayed as reductions

MrJinxy

No, they were displayed as reductions




thanks so much save me all the trouble (my local one is very far away)

Homebase's are defo the 1.3 ah batterys, checked today.

Homebase are doing two types in my local store Leicester. They have a 1.3amp version at around £47 which is a drill driver and this 2 x 2 amp drill hammer drill version at £70 same as Argos. I bought the latter and it seems blooming good. Nice feel and plenty of torque. Puts my wimpy keyboard warrior arms to shame

just bought this today, seems like a worthy replacement of my 10 year old makita
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