Stanley Fatmax FMCK625D2F-QW




Key specs

Drill type
Impact drill
Power supply type
Battery
Type DIYer
Devoted DIYer
Use drill for
Drill in metal, Drill in plaster and soft stone, Drill in tiles and brick, Drill in wood, Screws
Battery/battery voltage
18 V

Pros and cons

According to our drill expert
  • Pros:
    With a drill capacity of up to 38 millimeters in wood, it's suitable for making large drill holes.
  • Pros:
    The high maximum torque of 51Nm makes the drill suitable for heavy screwing jobs, like loosening rusty screws.
  • Pros:
    You can also use the included Fatmax 18V battery on other powertools of the same brand and with the same battery platform.
  • Con:
    During intensive work, the 2.0Ah battery runs out relatively quickly.
Product Expert electric drills

If you're not only looking for a powerful impact drill, but an accessory set as well, then the Stanley FatMax FMCK625D2F-QW would be a smart choice. The cordless 18-volt impact drill not only comes with a sturdy aluminum case, but a 50-part accessory set as well. You can drill holes in wood, metal, and stone with the different kinds of drills. You can attach the bits to screw with a maximum torque of 51Nm. The 22 torque levels let you screw very consistently in different materials. The included batteries can also be used on other Stanley Fatmax powertools with the same battery platform. No matter the job, you can always see exactly what you're doing, thanks to the integrated LED lighting.


Included by default

  • Manual
  • 50-part accessory set
  • 18-volt 2.0Ah Li-ion battery (2x)
  • Battery charger
  • Aluminum case


Rating

Rating per section

Power
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10
Drilling performance
Review score 4 out of 5 stars
8
User friendliness
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10
Sound level
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10
Build quality
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
9,6/10
"Almost a perfect buy!"

By Vahan H. on 30 September 2019

  • Pros:
    Powerful
  • Pros:
    Handly
  • Pros:
    Comfortable and good quality case
  • Pros:
    Good capacity accu.
  • Con:
    Hammer drilling is rather weak, but its obvious for such a tool. Yhe rest is just next to perfect.

Its a handly and powerfull tool. At least, looks and feels reliable. The case is great in looks and functionality.
The hammer drilling is just a "toyish" function, as I have expected. Though, it can be of use from time to time.

Almost a perfect buy!

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
9,6
  • Pros:
    Powerful
  • Pros:
    Handly
  • Pros:
    Comfortable and good quality case
  • Pros:
    Good capacity accu.
  • Con:
    Hammer drilling is rather weak, but its obvious for such a tool. Yhe rest is just next to perfect.

Its a handly and powerfull tool. At least, looks and feels reliable. The case is great in looks and functionality.
The hammer drilling is just a "toyish" function, as I have expected. Though, it can be of use from time to time.

Vahan H. | 30 September 2019

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
9,6/10
"Almost a perfect buy!"

By Vahan H. on 30 September 2019

  • Pros:
    Powerful
  • Pros:
    Handly
  • Pros:
    Comfortable and good quality case
  • Pros:
    Good capacity accu.
  • Con:
    Hammer drilling is rather weak, but its obvious for such a tool. Yhe rest is just next to perfect.

Its a handly and powerfull tool. At least, looks and feels reliable. The case is great in looks and functionality.
The hammer drilling is just a "toyish" function, as I have expected. Though, it can be of use from time to time.

Almost a perfect buy!

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
9,6
  • Pros:
    Powerful
  • Pros:
    Handly
  • Pros:
    Comfortable and good quality case
  • Pros:
    Good capacity accu.
  • Con:
    Hammer drilling is rather weak, but its obvious for such a tool. Yhe rest is just next to perfect.

Its a handly and powerfull tool. At least, looks and feels reliable. The case is great in looks and functionality.
The hammer drilling is just a "toyish" function, as I have expected. Though, it can be of use from time to time.

Vahan H. | 30 September 2019

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Stanley Fatmax FMCK625D2F-QW

Specifications

Product

Product number
798081
Manufacturer code
FMCK625D2F-QW
Brand
Stanley Fatmax
Warranty
2 years
Warranty type
Carry-in warranty

Physical properties

Weight
1,8 kg
Built-in lighting
Yes
Included by default
Battery/batteries, Manual, Storage case, Toolbox
Charging dock included
Yes
Storage case type
Standard case

Power supply

Power source
Yes
Power supply type
Battery
Required battery/battery voltage (device)
18 V
Required battery technology (device)
Lithium-ion
Type of battery
Specific battery
Battery platform
Fatmax 18V
Battery included
Yes
Number of batteries included
2
Battery/battery voltage
18 V
Battery/battery capacity
2 Ah

Drilling properties

Drill type
Impact drill
Drill head type
Quick release
Drill head span capacity
13 mm
Impact function
Yes
Number of revolutions
6800 - 27200 rpm
Hammer function
No
Number of mechanical speed settings
2
High nominal speed
400 rpm
Low nominal speed
1600 rpm
Brushless motor
No

Gebruiksgemak

Integrated dust extraction
No
Use drill for
Drill in metal, Drill in plaster and soft stone, Drill in tiles and brick, Drill in wood, Screws
Drill capacity diameter in stone
13 mm
Number of torque settings
1
Drill capacity diameter in soft stone
13 mm
Drill capacity diameter in wood
38 mm
Drill capacity diameter in metal
13 mm
Maximum torque of hard screw connection
51 Nm
Type DIYer
Devoted DIYer