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0902-28 Combo Kit

Milwaukee - 0902-28 Combo Kit

The tools in this cordless combo kit from Milwaukee are made for serious work, and they come with a useful carrying bag

$370.00 (As of 12/1/2005)

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Editor Choice-Best Overall

Editor's Review: A Look into Cordless Combo Kits

review date: December 1, 2005

Milwaukee's cordless combo kit offered the best tools for serious work of the 11 kits in our test. Both the hammer drill and saw had the most comfortable grips and were the easiest to use for long periods. The hammer drill had adequate power and exceptional endurance, with an innovative battery pack that can be attached from either the front or rear of the base for better balance and work access. A weak area was the mode selector. The hammer mode can be selected accidentally when the clutch setting is changed. The saw looks, feels, and performs like the best of circular saws, with excellent power and endurance. The one-hour charger was adequate, although it doesn't diagnose pack faults. The carrying bag, with its interior pockets was the best one we tested.

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Editor Test Results:

Overall Rating N/A
Power A-
Endurance A
Controls/Adjustments A+
Batteries/Charger B+

Manufacturer Specifications

Manufacturer Milwaukee
Manufacturer's Web Site www.milwaukeetool.com
Manufacturer's Phone Number 800-729-3878
Weight 25 lb.
Dimensions N/A
Battery Type Ni-Cd
Tools Included Hammer drill/driver, circular saw
Additional Tools Available Reciprocating saw, hatchet reciprocating saw, right-angle drill, rotary hammer, metal-cutting circular saw, impact wrench, vehicle-charger kit, D-handle drill, job-site radio