Stanley FatMax Cordless Hammer Drill with 2 18V Batteries £79.99 Argos
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Stanley FatMax Cordless Hammer Drill with 2 18V Batteries £79.99 Argos

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Found 24th Nov
Have been checking the price on this recently as hubbies drill died and he needed a new one.
Quidco is doing 5% cashback on diy & home improvements for the next 2 days.


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.

  • 18V battery power.
  • Variable speed.
  • Max speed: 1500rpm.
  • Forward/reverse function.
  • 1.5 hours charging.
  • Charger included.
  • 13mm keyless chuck.
  • 2 gears.
  • 22 torque settings.
  • Maximum torque 47Nm.
  • Drilling capacity for wood 35mm, steel 13mm and masonry 13mm.
  • Temperature overload function which shuts down unit automatically if it overheats.
  • Soft grip handle.
  • 1.3Ah Li-Ion battery.
  • Includes 2 batteries.
General information:

  • Carry case included.
  • Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 5054905016715.

4 Comments

Better with the 2ah batteries - but very good drills - prefer to use these than my old Dewalt ones

I have this, all be it with the 2Ah batteries. Nice drill. Metal 13mm chuck. A little heavy, but perhaps reassuringly so, and 3 year warranty. I think they are made by Dewalt, I wait to be corrected! Don't think the price is anything special so not voting either way. Check to see if your local Homebase still has some. I recall they had a better price or the twin pack, drill and impact driver, for £99, but are not listed online.
Edited by: "matty_hunt" 24th Nov

matty_hunt7 h, 14 m ago

I have this, all be it with the 2Ah batteries. Nice drill. Metal 13mm …I have this, all be it with the 2Ah batteries. Nice drill. Metal 13mm chuck. A little heavy, but perhaps reassuringly so, and 3 year warranty. I think they are made by Dewalt, I wait to be corrected! Don't think the price is anything special so not voting either way. Check to see if your local Homebase still has some. I recall they had a better price or the twin pack, drill and impact driver, for £99, but are not listed online.


Close. Dewalt are actually owned and made by Stanley Black and Decker

Anyone know if you can use Dewalt batteries with Stanley stuff and vise versa?
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