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STANLEY® FATMAX® 780W 2.2J SDS+ Hammer Drill (SFMEH200K)

Features & Benefits

  • Quick and easy drilling and chiselling - The powerful 780W motor delivers 4,670 beats per minute and 2.2J impact energy for fast drilling and chiselling into concrete.
  • Tradesman tough design - Engineered for professionals; the unit has been designed and tested to resist the wear and tear of a Tradesman job site
  • Versatility - 3 drilling modes: hammer drilling, chiseling and rotary drilling
  • Rotation stop mode for light chiselling applications in brick and low density concrete
  • Impact stop mode for drilling into wood, steel and ceramics
  • Part of the STANLEY FATMAX® corded power tools range
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  • Specifications
  • Standard Equipment
  • Applications
SKUSFMEH200K
No Load Speed (rpm)TBC
Max. Drilling Capacity (Wood) (mm)30
Max. Drilling Capacity (Metal) (mm)13
Weight (kg)2.6
Max. Drilling Capacity (Masonry) (mm)26
Impacts per Minute (ipm)0-4670
Impact Energy (J)2.2
Power Input (W)780
Kit box
Side handle with depth stop
STANLEY® FATMAX® 750W 2.2J SDS+ Hammer Drill
Mortar and plaster removal
Drilling holes in masonry and low to mid density concrete to insert fixings
Drilling holes in masonry and low to mid density concrete to fit pipes and cables
Light chipping in brick or masonry
Tile removal from kitchens and bathrooms
Small channelling in brick
Wood and metal drilling

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STANLEY® FATMAX® 780W 2.2J SDS+ Hammer Drill (SFMEH200K) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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Ease of use
10.0
Performance
10.0
Design and Ergonomics
10.0
Functionality
9.0
Value for money
9.0
Overall rating
10.0
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10 out of 10

Murry

Carterton AU DIY-user
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So light weight and my wife can use it
Nothing to improve 
Confirmed purchase: 28 March 2021
Published on: 11 April 2021