18V STANLEY® FATMAX® V20 Jobsite Blower - Bare Unit (SFMCBL01B)

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
  • High-performance motor and axial fan design provides up to 80m/s Air Speed to clear garden leaves and debris quickly and efficiently "
  • 3-speed selector switch and variable speed trigger for precise speed control.
  • 6kg lightweight, compact, comfortable and easy to use design
  • Lock-on switch reduces trigger finger fatigue
  • Integrated hanging hook for safe storage – compatible with the STANLEY® Track Wall System - an adaptable storage system for the home, garage or workshop
  • 18V STANLEY® FATMAX® V20 Cordless System - power all your V20 tools with a common new & improved 18B lithium ion battery to let you power through work with ease
3 year warranty

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  • Specifications
  • Standard Equipment
  • Applications
Airflow Speed (kmh)200 max
Voltage (V)18
STANLEY® FATMAX® V20 18V Jobsite Blower - No batteries
Clearing work sites and vehicles, hole debris and masonry joints

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9 out of 10


Stratford NZ NZ Automotive
Good volume of air works well.
Easy for the air intake to block on your clothes.
Confirmed purchase: 29 January 2022
Published on: 22 February 2022
10 out of 10


Christchurch NZ DIY-user
Great tool for cleaning the workshop and paths. Small and lightweight but on the high setting it does a good job.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 26 December 2021
Published on: 09 January 2022