Stanley Fatmax 2Ah Cordless Hammer Drill 2 Batteries – 18V - Argos £99.99
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Stanley Fatmax 2Ah Cordless Hammer Drill 2 Batteries – 18V - Argos £99.99

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Found 25th Oct 2016
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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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Sure i saw these in Homebase for £59

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deanos

Sure i saw these in Homebase for £59



Think those were the 1.3AH ones

I have this drill, it's a really good bit of kit.
heat added

buy the hitachi 2.5 ah one on screwfix for the same price.

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Broxy

buy the hitachi 2.5 ah one on screwfix for the same price.



Very interesting. Thanks for posting as I need to purchase a drill iver the next couple of days, and not sure which one to go for.

allsa001

Very interesting. Thanks for posting as I need to purchase a drill iver … Very interesting. Thanks for posting as I need to purchase a drill iver the next couple of days, and not sure which one to go for.


+1 for Hitachi at Screwfix... this Stanley is around £70 when in promo at Homebase

My experience may not be typical but the chuck on mine was out of true, went to Stanley for repair, they ended up sending a new one, just the same fault.

deanos

Sure i saw these in Homebase for £59


You did.
Which makes this a NON deal

£63 in home base for the hammer drill with 1.3mah batteries. £59 for the drill driver. extra battery power not worth it for me as for occasional diy use. but really impressed with the drill.

Just to throw another drill in the mix, Homebase had the Hitachi DV18DSFL for £76.93 the other day, I believe that is the same drill as the Screwfix Hitachi, but with lower capacity batteries (1.5 Ah instead of 2.5). The lower capacity batteries may not be to everyone's taste, but its also £23 cheaper so may be better for some people. Homebase Basingstoke had about 20 of these Hitachi drills on the shelves on Saturday morning. (I actually went to get the FatMax, which they didn't have any of)
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