STANLEY® FATMAX® 750W 1.8J SDS-Plus Pneumatic Hammer Drill with Kit box (FME500KV)

Features & Benefits

  • Powerful 750W motor delivers 1.8J impact energy
  • 3 Modes (hammer drilling, chiselling & rotary drilling), suitable for a varity of tasks
  • Rotation stop mode for light chiselling applications in brick and low density concrete
  • Impact stop mode for drilling into wood, steel and ceramics
  • Lock on switch for greater comfort in application
  • High Durability Seals & Bearings
  • Compact, lightweight and ergonomic, designed for use in confined spaces
  • Rubber overmoulded handle optimised for superior user comfort
  • 4m Rubber cord set
  • Part of the STANLEY FATMAX® corded power tools range
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  • Specifications
  • Standard Equipment
Length (mm)360
Height (mm)200
Depth (mm)75
No Load Speed (rpm)0 - 1,050
Max. Drilling Capacity (Wood) (mm)30
Max. Drilling Capacity (Metal) (mm)13
Weight (kg)3.48
Max. Drilling Capacity (Masonry) (mm)26
Impacts per Minute (ipm)0 - 5,200
Power Output (W)395
Impact Energy (J)1.8
Power Input (W)750
Side handle with depth stop
8mm SDS + bits

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7 out of 10


GB DIY-user
ease of use heavy but easy to handle with soft rubber grips
The kit should have had chisels included as part of the kit but just one Drill bit apart from that .
Confirmed purchase: 06 March 2019
Published on: 07 March 2019
10 out of 10


Barrow in Furness GB DIY-user
Only used on one job so far but tackled it with no problems.Easy to use very comfortable in the hand and very light to use.
Nothing as yet.
Confirmed purchase: 17 January 2019
Published on: 18 January 2019
10 out of 10


Ireland GB DIY-user
We bought a house which requires quite an extensive upgrading and to be I looked at alot of the high end drills but due to cost (And the fact I was broke from doing up a house) I decided to the Stanley drill ago, the work I needed it to do was moderate at the time & to be honest if it did what I needed it to do I would have been happy, I wasn't expecting wonderful things from it but I am happy to said it's preformed above & beyond my expectations. It's cored walls, reinforced concrete, tarmac etc etc, drilled hundreds of holes in walls & concrete floors/driveways. It's chisled it's way around the house. The ware on the drill is now from me being rough with it. I am very impressed with this well priced tool. All the above said, high quality bits (SDS or otherwise) is a must otherwise you will be adding undue stress to the drill.
The rubber cap/cover has come off a few times during use but it's easily put back on.
Confirmed purchase: 26 December 2018
Published on: 03 January 2019
9 out of 10


near Dundee GB DIY-user
Does the job, just drilled a 24mm hole through a 24 inch sandstone wall for a powered LAN cable.
Occasionally had to fiddle about to get the drill bit aligned for successful insertion.
Confirmed purchase: 03 December 2018
Published on: 04 December 2018
7 out of 10


Bolton GB Automotive
I can't think
Confirmed purchase: 04 November 2018
Published on: 05 November 2018