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STANLEY® FATMAX® 18V 2.0 Ah Hammer Drill

Features & Benefits

  • 22 Position adjustable torque control for consistent screwdriving into a variety of materials with different screw sizes
  • 2 Speed motor with forwards and reverse function allows for optimal performance in all applications
  • Optimum ergonomic design and rubber grip for superior user comfort
  • LED Light for improved visibility
  • Part of the 18V battery platform for maximum flexibility and optimum runtime
  • Compact 13mm single sleeve keyless chuck with automatic spindle lock for quick and easy bit change with one hand
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  • Specifications
  • Standard Equipment
  • Applications
SKUFMC625D2
Length (mm)230
Height (mm)220
Depth (mm)55
Voltage (V)18
Battery Capacity (Ah)2.0
Chuck Capacity (mm)1.5 - 13
No Load Speed (rpm)0-400 / 0 - 1.600
Max. Torque (Nm)51.4
Max. Drilling Capacity (Wood) (mm)38
Max. Drilling Capacity (Metal) (mm)13
Charge time (min.)60
Weight (kg)1.8
Max. Drilling Capacity (Masonry) (mm)13
Impacts per Minute (ipm)6.800 / 27.200
Kit box
Belt hook
2 x 2.0 Ah Battery packs
60 min charger
2x Magnetic Bit Holders
State of Charge Indicator
Installation of wood/PVC frames
Drilling ferrous and non ferrous metals for assembly
Assembly and installation of HVAC systems
Installing lighting and socket fixtures, electrical conduit, etc
Second fix installation
First fix installation

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18V Li-Ion Hammer Drill (FMC625) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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Ease of use
9.3
Features
9.0
Performance
9.1
Design and Ergonomics
9.1
Reliability
9.1
Run-time
9.0
Value for money
9.0
Overall rating
9.1
Scores 9.1 out of 10 based on 4925 reviews
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8 out of 10

john

bristol GB DIY-user
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The stanley fat max fmc 625 is a super piece of kit great value for money.
The drill was purchased in 2015, one of the batterys failed after 13 months, at the time i tried very hard to get a spare without any luck, even though both batterys were used in the same ways, the one battery is still performing as good as when new. i was looking on the b&q web site and saw that stanley were giving away a spare battery with new purchases,i wonder if a new battery is still available to buy on it's own.??
Confirmed purchase: 01 December 2015
Published on: 09 November 2019
6 out of 10

Richard

Birmingham GB DIY-user
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Was advised that it was a great power tool, and they were right ( kind of )
I brought the fatmax about 18 months ago, and VERY rarely used it ( about 10 times just to drill a few bits. After that, it seems ( from advice ) that the bushes have gone as it's not gripping the drill bit properly which is a shame as it seemed a good power tool
Confirmed purchase: 11 October 2019
Published on: 28 October 2019
10 out of 10

Alan

Wimbourne GB Automotive
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Standard Stanley always first class
Nothing
Confirmed purchase: 23 September 2017
Published on: 17 October 2019
10 out of 10

Christopher

GB DIY-user
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Quick charge batteries and a powerful motor also like the metal chuck all makes this drill feel very strong fits in your hand comfortably. All in all very impressed.
You seem to have to push the chuck in to release bits not really a bad point but it takes some getting use to I think once it's used a bit more it will become "2nd nature" other than this small niggle (more user than tool) I can't really see any bad points but it is only a month old ?
Confirmed purchase: 15 February 2017
Published on: 17 October 2019
10 out of 10

Keith

GB Electricians
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I have bought a 2nd product to use at another house as I was so pleased with the 1st. battery life, and the fact that2 batteries are supplied makes extensive use possible.
The metal clips on the case are difficult to close. Minor point and not directly related to the excellent drill.
Confirmed purchase: 23 December 2016
Published on: 17 October 2019