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Stanley FatMax 230V Brushed SDS Plus Drill - £48 @ B&Q (Free C&C)
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
Free C&C. Guarantee - 3 years Features and Benefits The powerful motor delivers 5,200 beats per minute and 1.8 J impact energy for fast drilling and chiselling into concret… Read more

add something over £2 and use BANDQ5 code for £5 off. Makes it even cheaper.. (valid until 31 of March)


I got this yesterday, it’s just the drill no case or any extras , It’s just in a cardboard box, seams a good drill though


It should be fine for that job but it looks like you don't get many attachments. Personally go I would go for a Titan SDS from Screwfix. You get more for your money.


Either go for this or for one of the heavy Titan ones at much the same price. They are 8j. This one will be a bit slow lifting the tiles, but it won't damage the subfloor as much. as I'm getting on a bit, I went for one of the lighter drills, as at least I can lift the thing out of its case. :)


Haha thanks - I never know where the line is on diy vs trade jobs haha

Stanley FatMax Reciprocating Saw £40 instore @ B&Q
Found 11th MarFound 11th Mar
This corded reciprocating saw is ideal cutting wood, metal and plastic.

Same here couldn't click and collect. It was showing as low stock in local store so I rang them and they set it aside for me. Collected it with some other bits I paid for as click and collect. Scanned in at £40 too


Picked one up on way home. Was £48 on point of sale ticket but scanned at £40 at till. Couldnt click and collect even though was in stock at store for some reason.


Looks like it's the model related, don't have this one here.


Seen in B&Q Darnley (Glasgow) last week at this price. Its 240v


Looks national as its on their website at that price

Stanley Fatmax multi tool - further reduced now £45 B&Q
Found 4th MarFound 4th Mar
This was reduced from £80 to £60 and is now £45. The SDS drill, cordless drill and reciprocating saw are also reduced. Looks like loads of stock in most stores. https://www.diy.c… Read more
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The reciprocating saw in the description (Reduced to £40) will do the job. Multi tool cutting is more for awkward or middle cuts. You want more teeth for branches ideally (y)


It's not. You need a reciprocating saw which is even cheaper ... around £30 - £40 corded


Sorry if not clear enough. Branches are already off of the tree with a handsaw. Now want to chop them up... that’s why I was asking if it was suitable or if there’s a powered saw that’s specifically for that kind of job.


Lol You want to get up a tree with a corded tool that wasn't designed to cut branches... Get a handsaw mate.


Is this any good? Looking for something easy and quick to cut wood - like big branches from the garden etc...

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Stanley FatMax Cordless 18V 2Ah Li-ion Brushed Combi drill 2 batteries FMC626D2K-BQGB £60
Refreshed 11th MarRefreshed 11th Mar
Great bit of kit for that price. I bought one (probably older model) three years ago for £80 and I'm happy. It paid for itself many times helping to do full house refurb and a lot … Read more
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This one. Its an impact screwdriver. https://www.sgs-engineering.com/r18idp-0-impact-driver-body-only?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIroqot4ae4QIVmpntCh1k2gdMEAQYAiABEgK9hvD_BwE


Which Ryobi drill?


Picked up in store today even though said online mine had none in stock, edinburgh hermiston gate branch


Heat, great price especially with 2 batteries. I am tempted to buy this but allready have 3 drills, not sure I can justify getting another one. My next purchase is an impact drill but waiting for a deal. I just checked, my local store has it in stock. This is what I consider bad luck, when I don't want the item, B&Q has it in stock, but when I do want to buy it, no stock. But anyway, Heat.


Thanks bought 1 yesterday - still had 2 left on the shelf in Isle of Wight store

Stanley FatMax Cordless 18V 2Ah Li-ion Brushed Combi Drill 2 Batteries - £75 @ B&Q
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
PRODUCT DETAILS Comes with - 1x FMC626 combi drill, 2x 2.0 Ah Li-ion battery and 1x charger No load speed: 0-1500 rpm Torque settings: 223 drill functions; Drill, hammer drill &… Read more

£60 now.


How does the Brussels compare to the ordinary ones? I bought mine (stanley fatmax) 2 years a go and have used it and abused it more then i expected i though it will just be for a few screws here and there i honestly was surprised how well it performs and two 18v batteries charging time 35min run time few hours intense usage damn well if you ask me. Wow cancel that i just realised that's the same drill what i have and it is not brushless! Like in the picture and the led light is still at the spot where you are blocking it with your trigger happy finger not at the bottom and i can't seem to see the battery checker


For the sake of £15 think I'll stick with the Worx model, seems a better buy, cheers Harry.


Stick with the worx. The stanley drill is a great drill, but it doesn't have the metal chuck, and it's not a brushless model. So if the Worx wasn't double the price stick with it. Both will be superb for your required use


I have this and it's hardly been cheap. Think I bought it for £89

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Stanley FatMax Hard Base Tool Bag £16.79 (£13.99 ex VAT) @ Costco (Coventry)
LocalLocalFound 9th FebFound 9th Feb
Looked like a good price to me. 18" (457mm). Heavy duty, 600 denier fabric tool bag with leather reinforcements for long lasting durability. Includes interior tool loops. Rigid &… Read more

Tough and well made, especially for the price. But...as s rewfix had them for £15 for ages is this a hot deal.....?


I used one of these when working on railway signals. Didn't like it at all, but then I'm sure I paid more than this. Didn't vote cold as the build was solid if you like the design.


Yea sorry thread updated (rookie mistake!) Still seems fairly decent price


That’s the pre VAT price on the receipt you need to add it to the price.


Picked one up last time they were £15 at Screwfix, so definitely hot at this price. (y)

Stanley FatMax 710W 240V 3 stage pendulum action Jigsaw FME340K-BQGB £50 instore @ B&Q
LocalLocalFound 7th FebFound 7th Feb
Stanley FatMax 710W 240V 3 stage pendulum action Jigsaw FME340K-BQGB In store £50 Corded Voltage 240V Maximum cutting capacity wood 85mm Maximum cutting capacity steel 10mm Cutt… Read more
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This or 750w erbauer from screwfix?


Can confirm as well- had mine for a couple of years. Has been reliable tho and seen some sever negligence


Thanks for educating me on the deal button. I deleted my comment as the description has been corrected.


No I meant hit the go to deal button and see for yourself. Quicker than typing your question.


The word 'corded' in the description and the cord in the photo may be a clue.

Stanley FatMax Thru Tang Chisel Set 3pc - £19.72 @ Toolstation
Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
Stanley FatMax Thru Tang Chisel Set 3pc Toolstations deal of the week Seems a good deal Steel strike cap can be used with a steel hammer for increased cutting force. Quality chr… Read more

good stuff, heat!!


Thanks op. Had to bite at this price. (y) Free standard delivery.


had these for years... excellent, hammer or mallet.


Good quality. Thru Tang ain't nothin' to f**k wit.

10% at new Screwfix in Doncaster 31/1 to 3/2
LocalLocalFound 30th JanFound 30th Jan
Received the following text DONCASTER - SPROTBROUGH ROAD OPENING EVENT! Get 10% off everything 31st Jan - 3rd Feb. Join us for deals & more @ DN5 8BN. T&C's apply.

Skewen offer the same 10% off.


Same in the new opened sctewfix in Wigston - Leicester

Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
18" (457mm). Heavy duty, 600 denier fabric tool bag with leather reinforcements for long lasting durability. Includes interior tool loops. Rigid & Waterproof Plastic Base Comf… Read more

Back up to 29.99 now. I had one in my basket for 14.99 and went to pay for it 2 minutes later and it had doubled in price.


(y) (y) we got there!


Oh.. affirmative (y)


Nagatory = rote term for no ie no it's not the same price at Amazon


Yeah, I know...but Negatory??? :/ :/ :/

Stanley FatMax Assorted Pliers - Set Of 3- £10 + Free C&C Only @ Wickes
Found 30th Dec 2018Found 30th Dec 2018
Amazon price £30.99 - Good reviews Stanley's set of three of their best pliers, that come with their distinctive yellow and black colouration. Perfect for use at home or at work… Read more

Thanks for the offer... Too many here were complaining about stock availability and then getting calls for no stock...


Would've given you heat. One left in stock at my local branch and they actually had it! Picked up this morning. Thanks.


This is why it is expired :D


It's hit and miss, I ordered 2 X plant pots, stock said 10 available, got the phone call none in store, blaming errors. Good luck for those that get anything.


clearly not - i’ve just picked mine up.

Stanley Fatmax Retractable Utility Knife £7.49 @ Argos
Found 30th Dec 2018Found 30th Dec 2018
Stanley Fatmax Retractable Utility Knife
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"Works like new" is a somewhat meaningless statement. If something doesn't work very well when new then as long as it still doesn't work very well then it "Works like new", likewise if it has only been used once in 7 years then it probably still "Works like new". Anyhow if you're happy with your Poundland knife then rejoice and let the rest of us waste our money on branded tools (y)


had mine about 7 years , still works like new


Let's see if your Poundland knife lasts 40 years like my current Stanley retractable knife. Just bought this deal because the only problem with current knife is that it's grey and I often misplace it, hoping bright yellow will be visible for the next 40 years.


I purchased two of these in the past. They're not the greatest in the Stanley range of utility knives. You need to squeeze the blade storage buttons quite hard to open it but the biggest problem I've experienced is when I'm scoring plasterboard for example the blade comes away from the knife if fully extended, it doesn't if I pull it back one click. Not voting either way.


Stanley used to make decent tools. This appears to be another example of the fact that their standards have declined. Plastic is a poor material for a utility knife and it is particularly poor when used to make spring clips that hold the spare blade cover in place.

Stanley FatMax 12 Piece Parallel/Flared/Phillips/Pozi Screwdriver Set £10 ( was £37 ) @ Wickes
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
As above. In stock at lots of places at time of posting. Wickes clearance event, tried to post something that’s readily available to most not just the few. The Stanley FatMax Sc… Read more
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Thanks, OP. Just ordered a set for C+C in Catford.


I've got this set, very useful, box is flimsy though.


Don't believe the online stock checker for a minute. It's never accurate at the Darlington store. Went in for a set of chisels today after seeing there were 3 in stock. None available as they'd "Put all the clearance items on a table and cleared them out".


116 miles from my area, good luck if you live there


wow got the last one in stock.. I never been that lucky

Stanley FatMax 16-In-1 Multi Tool for £5 @ Wickes (Free C&C)
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
On offer. Available instore. This Stanley FatMax Multitool is perfect for people who like to have a range of tools, all in the palm of their hand. It gives you a range of func… Read more
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Been in Sheffield store and they can't find the 2 that were supposed to be in stock.


Probably better off with a Gerber (just don't bother with the overpriced Bear Grins cr.a.p) ;)


Got one, good buy for the money based on first impressions. It wasn't on the shelf with the other multi tools, I asked and they were out the back. Ideal as I was on the lookout for just this as I broke my smaller one recently.


Available from Amazon £10.99 delivered (prime)


Are they any good?

Stanley Fatmax 18” tool bag for £13.78 @ Costco Instore
LocalLocalFound 22nd Dec 2018Found 22nd Dec 2018
Found in Hayes West London Good if you’re going to Costco and have membership

Was gna post this but you beat me to it OP (y) Got mine yesterday but went back today and they got loads at Hayes.


£14.99 @ Screwfix for those that don't have or want to pay for Costco membership https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/stanley-fatmax-hard-base-tool-bag-1499-screwfix-3122244#thread-comments


Saw this in Leeds yesterday, looked good!


He's a mate of SkinnyPaddy.


He ate all the pies

Stanley fatmax 18v 4.Ah battery £50 @ B&Q
Found 12th Dec 2018Found 12th Dec 2018
Stanley fatmax 18v 4.Ah battery £50 @ B&Q
£50£98.9549%B&Q Deals
The stanley fatmax 18v 4.Ah battery will work for all the cordless fatmax range, (which seems to be expanding) and this is by far and away cheaper then I can find it anywhere else … Read more
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Amazingly it does look like B&Q might have got the cheapest price on something; had to happen eventually! Not sure why these batteries are so expensive elsewhere, because I have been looking at the DeWalt XR range and they are typically priced around this level. Look very similar actually.

Stanley fatmax 18v Random Orbital sander - £50 @ B&q free c&c
Found 5th Dec 2018Found 5th Dec 2018
Stanley fatmax 18v Random Orbital sander bare unit. Great price compared to other cordless sanders. Ideal addition if like me you have the batteries already. Comes with dust extrac… Read more
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That’s why I asked...


The stanley, dewalt and black and decker tools are all owend by the stanley black and decker company. The drills and batteries are as you say essentially all the same, they just change the connection mounts on the batteries so they are not inter changeable


Depends on size of battery, material you are sanding and how charged your battery is


how long a charge are you likely to get on a cordless sander? seems a bit pointless to me.


Thanks chap, was just wondering as they’re essentially the same as the dewalt version but a third of the price!

Stanley Fatmax drill and Impact driver combo £100 @ B&Q
Found 2nd Dec 2018Found 2nd Dec 2018
Seems like a good price for the combo kit
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This drill is better than my m8 cordless makita.. This will be a good buy for any avarage diy guy


Yes it has 2 batteries


I was in store today and they had plenty on the shelves in East Kilbride. Maybe try your local.


After 2 hrs of DIY I need a cuppa, a fag and a recharge.


Website says Not Available for Home Delivery or Click And Collect

Stanley Fatmax 18v drill - £55 instore @ B&Q
LocalLocalFound 1st Dec 2018Found 1st Dec 2018
Stanley Fatmax 18v drill - £55 instore @ B&Q
£55£11050%B&Q Deals
Reduced from £110 to £55 in store at B&Q
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Got the brushed version and it has been the best drill I’ve ever owned. The battery holder issue some have mentioned here is not an issue with the old version. Was thinking of getting this as a last min Xmas gift. Can anyone else confirm the issue with the battery not locking very well?


I showed the picture to the guy in B&Q and he said that type of price sticker is only used on one off items like manager specials when something is missing or the box is damaged or a return which can not be sold as new.


Loads of these in lakeside store but full price only. Tried talking to some peeps but they don't price match their other stores. Went selco and got the bosch pro drill instead for 60.


Not the same as the one I have then because the battery fit is very sturdy with spring fittings which hold it very tight far better than most of the competition out there.


Glad you managed to get one

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£14.99£29.9950%Screwfix Deals
STANLEY FATMAX HARD BASE TOOL BAG £14.99 @ Screwfix 18" (457mm). Heavy duty, 600 denier fabric tool bag with leather reinforcements for long lasting durability. Includes interio… Read more

Got one of these at home, use it for sparky tools. Got similar cases for other trades, plumbing etc... This is the best of all the ones I have!!


Back in stock on Amazon @goldy12


Nice one.


Got mine today, pretty good, does the job.


These normally sell for £23ish in continental europe, decent deal

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