18V Hammer Drill and Impact Driver Combo Kit (FMCK466D2)

Features & Benefits

  • Compact 13mm single sleeve plastic clutch for improved balance
  • Hammer drill with 22 position adjustable torque control for consistent screwdriving into a variety of materials with different screw sizes
  • Hammer drill with two speed transmission covers all tradesman applications
  • Impact driver with 6.35mm keyless hex driver allows for quick, one handed fitment
  • Impact driver with aluminium front housing provides greater heat dispersion increasing motor life
  • Compact, lightweight and ergonomic design with rubber grip for superior user comfort
  • Part of the 18V battery platform for maximum flexibility and optimum runtime
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  • Specifications
  • Standard Equipment
Voltage (V)18
Battery Capacity (Ah)2.0
Soft Bag Storage
2 x 2.0Ah Li-Ion Battery Packs
18V 1A Charger
FMC626 FATMAX® 18V Hammer Drill
FMC641 FATMAX® 18V Impact Driver

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10 out of 10


Wairarapa AU DIY-user
good interchangable batteries with our other Stanley products too.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 11 March 2019
Published on: 13 March 2019
10 out of 10


Ashburton AU DIY-user
Its just a really good product we recommend it to anyone
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 27 February 2019
Published on: 28 February 2019
10 out of 10


Auckland AU DIY-user
Good capacity batteries and nice to use
Probably slightly more than I would have anticipated paying for the Stanley brand. Hand tools are generally at the lower end of the pricing scale.
Confirmed purchase: 01 February 2019
Published on: 02 February 2019