All FatMax Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2020
I have 8 of these. The RRP is overinflated, they rarely sell it at that price. They were on a 2 for £20 offer not so long back. I’m using my trade account today to get my 10% off and I’ll get them for £13.50 each which is the most I’ve paid for one, but I’m sorting my garage and inevitably I’ve found 20 odd loose boxes of stuff so needs must (lol)
£21 delivered on prime with the metal clasps if anyone prefers them.
I'm struggling to understand the cold votes though. The usual price is £24.99 so it's a huge percentage discount. No pleasing some people I suppose.
agreed. If you have an electricfix account the 10% code at the moment does at least get these down to £13.50 which isn't too far off, certainly saves time machine costs...
I think so, bargain at the time.
Hold out for the slim fit ones you get from Wiha or Wera. Trust me you won’t regret it. You don’t get the protusion in the insulation sleeve as it’s incorporated into the blade
Just found one in a skip! Slight crack at the top but unbelievable what some throw away!
As I’m sure this post will attract other DIYers... can I ask what toolboxes anyone would reccomend over this? I’ve got a 15 year old Stanley and it’s truly knackered. Definitely time to buy a new one.
10% off if you are a plumbfix or electricfix customer
Pretty sure i paid sub 20 when it was posted here a few years ago. Anyway it's definitely worth 30 its solid , solid case and hasn't degraded
That's very decent, and the Halfords trade card doesn't look like it takes too much work to get. If I go ever go back to being on the contractor side of construction I'll chance my arm at getting this and a few other trade cards.
Eta of 9-13th for me but still (y) 🏻 well happy
Email to say estimated delivery on 5th May. Result
Won’t let me pre order
For most people, the Screwfix equivalent would do for half the price (without the electrical tester). https://www.screwfix.com/p/stanley-mixed-vde-screwdriver-set-5-piece-set/847hg
got a few tools from the fatmax range, good quality for the price (y)
And what makes this a deal?
Nice to see a pro set on here - good spot
Oh nooo.. Just got home from the first part of my 2.6 challenge to see this.. Next 13 mile run.. Was supposed to be London marathon today but its now later in the year so they came. Up with a 2.6 challenge for any one to take part in today
Gone again!! 😥
It's back on again at £15.00 Prime right now. Won't be for long though, so wouldn't hang around if I were you @pav_chana @gunther @sesto87 @skyebluebirch @Spennyk @petergriffin32 @Intweceptor @TheEgo
Got this the last time it was posted at £15 a few weeks ago on another deal. It's excellent and at this price you can't go wrong. Keep checking for the price to drop again. I still have it on my Amazon browsing history and has dropped back down to the £15 Prime price a few times since I got it.
Not there for me
As an alternative, screwfix trade case grab packs can be had from £10 and they come with 1000 screws. For example click here
Have 2 of these for a few years, really good and had no problems
Yes - showing as available in my area for click & collect (y)
They are really well made but for most DIYers I would recommend the shallow version available with metal clips. https://www.ffx.co.uk/tools/product/Stanley-Sta197517-3253561975172-Fatmax-Shallow-Pro-Organiser?gclid=CjwKCAjwkPX0BRBKEiwA7THxiHrvz_M7ZlS_wRU8si2309jOX9HWe-hKKnXTSNtga-nReg4Y_GAUQBoCwy0QAvD_BwE
Not a great price if you include the shipping, as available on Amazon around this price, but it's a great bit of kit
Great little level for the price heat....
Purchased. Good price
No, still £15 but out of stock (can still order)
Cheers. Got the tote already. Don't really need the bag as well, but it's £15... Tote cost me around just under £38. That's the nice tote, not the open one. I don't actually have a toolbox. But tote's etc. seemed to make more sense.
Thank you, wanted to buy this last month :D
Excellent price for a good quality level. Would buy if I didn’t already have it from the last time it was this price...
These came today. Incredible quality. Solid as f! Cheers op.
Been using these for a while now with the plastic clips. No problems here nice sturdy stuff
Same price at amazon
I'm sure they were selling two of these for about £15 about three weeks ago.
I've had one for 17+ years with plastic clips and it's still going strong, not storing it where it gets a lot of light helps I believe, as then the clips/case doesn't get UV damage. (Failing that get it some suncream)
These are amazing. I already have the fubar XL and the fubar 2 they're all different sizes this fubar3 was only sold in USA for years and was $200 to buy, it's long not the length of a normal crowbar more like a sledgehammer size and for the price it's at now that's a bargain if you strip out or do demo work. Use mine at work daily, prying doors and locks, ripping kitchens out and the jaws are clever. Latch onto some timber or metal and lever and they grip and just pull off.
Nails are still the same size.
Thanks for info but I think that nail puller is a little small for the pallet I've just got!
I use another tool for that. Can't remember it's name. I'll send you a photo if you DM me. This seems expensive.
Now I know about this.....It's hard to consider!....I didn't even get any at that price!
After making use of this before... I can't bring myself to even consider purchasing at anything more (annoyed) ;(
Great price and really handy kit
£5 off £25 coupon on some peoples new catalogue mail out may make this cheaper..
If only it was two for £20
DH got one of these a few weeks ago at £36 at B&Q so good price. It is a nice size, he uses it to keep the damp from the garage getting into his electric tools.
I'm using washing up bowls to carry tools. Yes, no wheels but easy to carry and does for all my car tools. You end up spending just as much on storage as you do on the items. Heat though.
Great price. I cant buy it though, gone down the Dewalt tstak route :)
By the looks of his tape measure you will l only get a couple of them in the box!
Slip as in lose grip on the item they are supposed to be holding. Bacho slip pump pliers knock spots off them.
AKA slip-joint pliers for a good reason.
Good general piers but really as a supportive tool
Truly plop pump pliers. As a plumber by trade these are not good , very little grip which leads to them slipping.
I got a couple of these a few weeks ago. At first I thought they were going to be weak as they are very light but gladly I was wrong. The locking mechanism is handy and works well. I also got a bahco set of pliers which was more expensive but to be honest seems more sturdy.
Yeah mine arrived this morning ... Exactly the same condition. Used it today aswell so came in proper handy.
Mine also came this morning. It was also quite dusty; I can only guess that they found a load of these at the back of a warehouse somewhere and that's why they were flogging them off so cheaply as they are now nearly £15 with postage.
Received mine this morning. It looks well used, but at the same time it’s in the retail package. Maybe it is all dusty because it was found on the floor under a cupboard! Not grumbling considering the price matches its condition :)
Received mine this morning as well. Great for the price of a cup of coffee.
Yes, received mine this morning. Thanks Op
What do I need to measure that is over 380C?
Expensive - partly because it reads over 1300C Cheaper ones are usually upto 380C - none of those amazon ones go this high. I got an 1100C one for well under £20 and have sone £6 and up ones from ebay.
I’d pay to see that lol
Not sure where I would use this but Stanley Fatmax make very good hand tools. Not sure about their electronic stuff.
Wow I thought this was a missprice. 50 quid (cheeky) You can get these everywhere for c. £12
I agree, I use a number of tapes depending on if I'm inside or outside and the stanley fatmaxs are very good.
As a builder I can confirm that this is one of the best tapes you can get . Normally 16 quid off ebay Toolstation do yellow one for 11.99 .stanley fat max .nearly the same . Trusts me ,ama doctor
This is back in stock, might want to unexpire @merb0786
likewise.... are they OOS?
Sjowing as £ 21. How do you ger this for £5
None available in 20 mile radius
Just got THIS one for £4.99 down from £7.99. It has very good reviews.
really excellent saw, the size is ideal, more ridged than its longer version. But be warned, it cuts deep with just the slightest of touch, so maybe a large supply of plasters should be ordered with it. I have probably used it hundreds of times (loft conversion) and it still works as it did on day one. I also used it to cut 150mm insulation boards. at this price would recomend getting a couple.