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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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5/18/2013

I bought the 18v combo kit after FHB article. It was my best purchase. I replaced my dead DeWalt with this set and have never regretted it. In fact I have purchased the 12v as well.
5/17/2009

I have two sets of 18 volt Milwaukee combo kits. When the New battery packs came out I bought my second set. The tools are excelent. They are smooth to operate and fit my hands well. I am a general contractor and use tools hard. Recently I hired a carpenter with Panasonic tools. They outlast the Milwaukee batteries at least 4 times. On my job sight about the only time we see the Milwaukee tools used now is if the Panasonics are already in use. Milwaukee did a great job of designing the tool, but they have a long way to go on there batteries.