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STANLEY® FATMAX® 18V 2.0Ah Brushless Hammer Drill Driver in Kit Box (Kingfisher Exclusive)

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  • Specifications
SKUKFMCD628D1K
Length (mm)210
Height (mm)230
Depth (mm)75
Voltage (V)18
Battery Capacity (Ah)2.0
No Load Speed (rpm)0-430/1,700
Max. Torque (Nm)55
Max. Drilling Capacity (Wood) (mm)35
Max. Drilling Capacity (Metal) (mm)13
Weight (kg)1.5
Max. Drilling Capacity (Masonry) (mm)13
Impacts per Minute (ipm)28,900

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STANLEY® FATMAX® 18V 2.0Ah Brushless Hammer Drill Driver in Kit Box (Kingfisher Exclusive) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

141 reviews

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Ease of use
9.4
Features
9.1
Performance
9.2
Design and Ergonomics
9.3
Reliability
9.3
Run-time
9.1
Value for money
9.4
Overall rating
9.2
Scores 9.2 out of 10 based on 141 reviews
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10 out of 10

John

London GB DIY-user
+
Well balanced tool. Battery last a long time between charging. Chuck holds drills/screwdriver bits well. Carry case is useful.
Only 1 battery supplied with kit. Store where I purchased drill had a display that stated a free battery would be supplied by Stanley when you registered your tool. No battery arrived and when I returned to the store the offer had expired 2 months previously but the sign had not been removed. Looking at other reviews it was stated by others that their free battery had not arrived. Perhaps they had also seen this offer that should have been removed when the offer expired. Normally would not buy a drill with only 1 battery but I also have another Staley drill/screwdriver so have another 2 battery's.
Not sure if charger will only charge 2Ah battery's or if it will charge 4Ah?
Confirmed purchase: 07 February 2020
Published on: 28 February 2020
10 out of 10

Robert

Swanmore GB DIY-user
+
Great for DIY home work
sometimes knocked the direction button when holding but not a big issue
Confirmed purchase: 03 February 2020
Published on: 28 February 2020
7 out of 10

Alan

Solihull GB DIY-user
+
good torque . Fair value for money.
My first one failed after 3 years of light domestic use. The chuck would not tighten on the bit.
So this is my new replacement one . I hope this lasts longer.
Confirmed purchase: 16 January 2020
Published on: 11 February 2020
10 out of 10

Tony

york GB DIY-user
+
charges up quickly and good run time.
no
Confirmed purchase: 11 January 2020
Published on: 04 February 2020
8 out of 10

Martin

Braintree GB Electricians
+
This is a cheap drill which totally serves the purpose it was bought for
Nothing so far
Confirmed purchase: 04 January 2020
Published on: 29 January 2020