Stanley FatMax FMC620LB Lithium Ion Hammer Drill - 18V.

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£79.99
Stanley FatMax FMC620LB Lithium Ion Hammer Drill - 18V.
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The Fat Max 18V lithium ion cordless hammer drill will make light work of concrete and masonry, and is great for completing your DIY projects and tasks around the home and garden. It has two gears and includes a 22 torque clutch ensuring that it is versatile, making it perfect for use with a variety of materials and different screw sizes.

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Customer reviews and ratings

Stanley FatMax FMC620LB Lithium Ion Hammer Drill - 18V. 4.7 5 205 218
VKD Awesome product does exactly what it should do good battery life amazing battery life and torque setting 19 May 2015
A very nice drill. This is a very nice drill, well balanced comfortable to use and it does what it was built for. 14 May 2015
Worked well untill the battery died I used this drill for several hours (obviously not continuously) but it worked well and did not give me any issues, until I went to charge the batteries. They would not charge properly and the green light on the charger remained flashing (which was meant to indicate charging status) but after several hours on the charger, the batteries still did not have any charge. Very disappointed with the quality of the charger especially. Drill OK though. I will be returning this item to Argos very soon. 05 May 2015
Great Drill Very pleased with this drill! Plenty of torque and with 2 battery's you can't fail. 28 April 2015
Good sturdy drill I've used the drill a few times and it feels sturdy, plenty of power and great lithi battery retains charge even after long periods of use. Handy led light. 21 April 2015
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The FMC620LB charge time

5 days ago
The picture on the case of the drill on the argos site shows a charge time of 40 minutes. On the actual case (that i bought) it shows a charge time of 90 minutes. Can you please clarify.
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2 days ago
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Hi,

I'm sorry for the confusion. To clarify, I've checked with Stanley Black & Decker and the Stanley FatMax FMC620LB Lithium Ion Hammer Drill features a 90 minute charge time.

I hope this helps.
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3 days ago
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Could a misprint on the box 40min it is a fast charge 90min is a lot slower there for better for the battery as it does not heat up so much and it could last longer
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How long does the battery last?

2 months ago
When using this continuously how long will the battery last before it needs charging?
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2 months ago
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Hi,

The way to answer this question is via the Battery Capacity i.e. how much charge it contains?and this units contains 2 x 18v 1.5Ah Batteries.

?How long it will last? depends on what you are doing, and therefore the answers could be infinite, as are the applications, and there is no ?industry standard? of how all manufacturers compare this, other than the battery capacity figures quoted.

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Re-1.5ah Battery for the Fat Max LIon Drill

2 years, 2 months ago
HI, If i wanted could i upgrade the battery ?? to maybe a 3.0ah or larger ??
And if so would the motor be able to cope
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2 years, 2 months ago
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Hi, thank you for your question.

I have looked into your query and I can advise that it is not recommended to upgrade the battery for the the Stanley FatMax FMC620LB Lithium Ion Hammer Drill .

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2 years, 4 months ago
just reading the spec; on the 18volt fatmax drill and i would have expected to see the the power rating, why would this not be loged
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2 years, 4 months ago
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Hi Alan, thanks for your query.

Having spoken to the manufacturer, I can confirm that the amp/hour rating for the drill's battery is 1.5Ah. Hope this info is of use.

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