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18V STANLEY® FATMAX® V20 Impact Driver Kit 2.0Ah/4.0Ah (SFMCF800DM2)

Features & Benefits

  • With improved battery technology, no memory effect and minimal self-discharge, the V20 lithium ion battery pack is ready to go to work whenever you are and wherever the job takes you - and it will last longer too.
  • Powerful motor providing up to 2,800 RPM, 3,100 BPM and 165Nm of torque for driving larger fasteners and other high torque applications.
  • Integral battery state of charge indicator for convenient monitoring of battery charge levels.
  • Quick release chuck for easy one-handed bit changes.
  • Integral LED worklight for improved visibility in all working conditions.
  • One 18V STANLEY® FATMAX® V20 Cordless System 2.0Ah battery and 4.0Ah battery, charger and soft bag included.
  • Part of the new 18V STANLEY® FATMAX® V20 Cordless System - power all your V20 tools with a common new & improved 18V lithium ion battery to let you power through work with ease.
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  • Specifications
SKUSFMCF800DM2
Impact Rate (bpm)3,100
Voltage (V)18
Max. Torque (Nm)165
No Load Speed (rpm)2,800

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18V STANLEY® FATMAX® V20 Impact Driver Kit 2.0Ah/4.0Ah (SFMCF800DM2) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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10 out of 10

Allan

Ashburton NZ DIY-user
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Does the job no fuss and super strong had to use both hands for sure with this one
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Confirmed purchase: 09 April 2022
Published on: 30 April 2022
10 out of 10

Matthew

Tuakau NZ DIY-user
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Piles of torque.
Massive time saver over swapping drill bits for screw drivers when doing jobs.
An adjustable torque box would shift this from a nice to have to a must have.

Beware, between the hammer action and the torque if you get the angle wrong you will flog out either the bit or the bolt because this beast will rip in to anything you tell it to... Even if you didn't mean it...
Confirmed purchase: 20 January 2022
Published on: 03 February 2022