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Stanley has launched its new FatMax 12-Volt MAX* and 20-Volt MAX* Lithium systems and new line of corded tools, which will be available in Canada at RONA exclusively.

This new family of tools includes a wide range of drills, saws, flashlights, lithium ion battery packs and chargers, as well as a selection of two, three and four-tool combo kits.

"Stanley designed this new family of FatMax tools to not only exceed the expectations of professionals but also to provide RONA customers with professional grade cordless and corded power tools that will stand up to the rigours of their home repair and renovation projects," says Marlon Thompson, Consumer marketing manager, Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. (Canada).

The Stanley FatMAX* 20-Volt MAX* Lithium Cordless Tools line includes:

Compact 1/2-inch Hammerdrill Kit (FMC620LB)

1/4-inch Impact Driver Kit (FMC640LB)

Flashlight (FMC700LB)

3-Tool Combo Kit (FMCK6043L3) that includes all three of the above tools.

20-Volt MAX* Lithium 4-Tool Combo Kit contains a 1/2-inch cordless compact hammerdrill, cordless circular saw, cordless reciprocating saw, and L.E.D. cordless flashlight.

*With respect to Stanley FatMax 20-Volt MAX: Maximum inital battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18.

The Stanley FatMax 12-Volt MAX* Lithium cordless line is comprised of three cordless kits:

Lithium Cordless 3/8-Inch Drill/Driver Kit (FMC010LB) with spindle lock, 2-speed gearbox and L.E.D. integral work light.

Lithium Cordless Compact ¼-Inch Impact Driver Kit (FMC040LB) includes a 1/4-inch hex quick release chuck, integrated bit storage, and 950 max inch-pound torque without kickback.

Lithium Cordless 2-Tool Combo Kit (FMCK014L2) includes the 3/8-inch drill/driver and 1/4-inch compact impact driver.

All 12-Volt MAX* Lithium tool kits include 2 Lithium Ion Batteries, a Fast Charger, Storage Bag and Bit & Belt Clip. The 12-Volt MAX* Lithium Ion Battery Pack (FMC080L) and 12-Volt MAX* Lithium Ion Battery Charger (FMC090L) are also available individually.

* With respect to Stanley FatMax 12-Volt MAX*: Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 12 volts. Nominal voltage is 10.8.

The new Stanley FatMax Corded Power Tools lineup covers a full range of saws and drills as well as an oscillating tool, grinder, hand planer and a heat gun. The line features: 

7 ¼-Inch Circular Saw (FME305K) is compact and lightweight at just 9.5 pounds, and features a powerful 15-amp motor, bevel and depth adjustment, and accurate cast magnesium shoe.

6 Amp Orbital Jigsaw (FME340) includes a tool-free blade change, 7-position speed dial, 4-position orbital setting, and integrated L.E.D. light for visibility.

7.5 amp Reciprocating Saw (FME365K) with a tool-free blade clamp and variable speed dial (10,000 to 20,000 OPM).

3/8-Inch Corded Drill (FME105) has a powerful 6.0 amp motor, 0-2,500 RPM variable speed trigger and soft grip handle.

½-Inch Corded Drill (FME125) has a variable speed trigger (0-800 RPM) and heavy-duty 7.0 amp motor.

½-Inch Corded Hammerdrill (FME140) with dual range hammerdrill and drilling functions, 30,000 max BPM and durable ½-inch keyed chuck.

¾-Inch Hand Planer (FME630) has a heavy-duty 6.0 amp motor and comes with dust bag, cutting blades and edge guide.

2.5 Amp Oscillating Tool Kit (FME600) features a variable speed dial (10,000-20,000 OPM) and comes with a 35-piece accessory set.

4 ½-Inch Small Angle Grinder (FME820) has a powerful 6.0 amp motor, optimal 10,000 RPM speed, paddle grip trigger, and spindle lock for quick wheel change.

14-Inch Chop Saw (FME700) features a heavy-duty steel base, powerful 15-amp motor, spindle lock for quick blade release and quick clamping system.

1500W Heat Gun (FME670) has a variable temperature dial, two-speed fan, and integrated rubber kickstand and comes with wide, glass and spoon reflector nozzles.

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More powertools from StanleyBlack&Decker. Why? Isn't there enough already?

One thing though. If they already have an oscillating tool at launch DeWALT can't be far behind right?

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So when I saw this subject  pop up in the forum I clicked on it and had this fear that the picture would show  the Dewalt lines of 12 and 20 max tools rebadged with the fatmax....kind of how the Fatmax metal leg sawhorse is now the Dewalt metal leg sawhorse... EXACTLY the same, but changed the red accents to yellow.(and a few other hand tools had this change as well)  *SO* glad that this did not happen in this case and they do look like black and decker tools.

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