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Milwaukee Tools is world-renowned for producing powerful, heavy-duty tools for contractors, mechanics and demanding professionals in every trade. That very same devotion to power, performance and innovation was applied when Milwaukee created the 0928-29 V28 Four-Piece Combo Kit. Included are a hammer-drill/driver, circular saw, reciprocating saw, and work light. All four tools are powered by a high-performance 28-volt lithium-ion battery that weighs less than an 18-volt Ni-Cad, yet delivers twice the run time. The battery has a handy "fuel gauge" that shows how much power remains.

The hammer-drill/driver has a 1/2-inch keyless chuck and a two-speed, variable-speed motor (zero to 600 rpm, and zero to 1,800 rpm) that delivers a pumped-up 600 in./lbs. of torque. The chuck is equipped with carbide jaws that virtually eliminate bit slippage. There’s no hole too large to drill, or screw too big to drive for this portable powerhouse. And when it’s switched to the hammer mode, this tool will quickly bore through the hardest concrete, brick or stone.

The 6-1/2-inch circular saw is arguably the most powerful cordless saw on the market. According to Milwaukee, this saw can crosscut more than 300 pine 2 by 4s on a single charge. It’s equipped with a high-speed 4,200-rpm motor that chews through wood like a corded saw.

The cordless Sawzall recip saw is an ideal tool for remodelers, plumbers, and electricians. When fitted with the appropriate blade, it’ll cut practically any building material, including nail-embedded wood, metal ducts, plastic pipe, steel rods and roof shingles. Its two-speed, variable-speed motor (zero to 2,000, and zero to 3,000 strokes per minute) lets you choose the optimum cutting speed for the material. The saw has an aggressive 1-1/8-inch stroke length, and is equipped with a tool-free blade clamp and keyless adjustable shoe. The work light comes in handy when working in dark spaces. It has a super-bright xenon bulb that runs over five hours on a single charge.

All four pieces come with the patented Clip-Lok System, which allows you to securely hook the tool onto your belt or tool pouch. Besides the four tools, the 0928-29 combo kit also includes two 28-volt lithium-ion batteries, a one-hour charger, saw blades and screwdriver tips, and an oversized canvas storage bag. — Joseph Truini

Customer Reviews

CIRCULAR SAW – 28 volt works much better than 18 volt

 on October 28, 2014
By Guess Who
I bought this and found the following

I have been using these tools for 9 years now …

 on November 18, 2016
By PetroskiCarpentry
I have been using these tools for 9 years now. I replaced the batteries after 5 years and it’s about time to do it again. I did have to replace the circular saw after burning it up ripping treated lumber. I was on my 3rd battery when that happened so I think that was the limit. As a professional carpenter with my own business these tools have exceeded my expectations. I do not use the light or drill often, I have a 18v set that is lighter and works well for me.

The Future Has Arrived

 on June 4, 2006
By Mark Ludlow
I have worked with this kit for several weeks and I am convinced that Milwaukee has hit the bull’s-eye.

28 Volt Millwaulkie tool kit

 on June 12, 2010
By saw dust maker
I had a project that required either a generator or a good set of cordless tools. I opted for the Milwaukee 28 volt tool set. Although the 61/2 circular saw was everything I expected and needed it to be it is no match for a corded tool. It is however the best cordless tool on the market that I know of or have used personally. It’s not from the planet Krypton as some of the reviewers would have you believe but it works well for framing etc. I would rather have done without the flashlight and opted for another battery. The drill is heavy but quite manageable with all the power that should be expected from a cordless tool. the Sawzall was the big surprise for me as it handles and has the strength and weight of my corded one. But the primary reason I bought the kit was for the circular saw. It served all the purposes that I bought it for and is light and easy to handle. So far I have only framed and sheathed one small building out in the woods, and tiome will tell how they hold up to normal general construction conditions. The delivery was on time, and in good order. I am pleased.

Nearly 4 yrs later … Great combo!

 on July 4, 2012
By monsenor
Purchased the V28 (now M28) combo August 2008 when at the time I believe all my various cordless tools were 12 volt or less. The 28 volt combo sounded like it would be great in terms of power and convenience to tackle the usual at home tasks and also great to throw in the truck without worrying about available elec source or extension cords. Now in July, 2012 I can say all the tools have worked as expected without any problems and both the drill and reciprocal saw have been used just as I normally would have used a corded tool for heavier work applications. Haven’t used the circular saw all that much but certainly enough to say that 3/4 plywood and 2X stock are a piece of cake. Two original batteries still in use … thank goodness as I see replacement batteries currently run in the $130.00 range. Very satisified with this purchase in terms of both high performance and high overall quality. Carrying bag still holding up nicely as well. Thumbs Up!

Purchased in 2007 and love it. Upgraded batteries to lithium Ion and have …

 on August 20, 2016
By Gordon Hoyt
Purchased in 2007 and love it. Upgraded batteries to lithium Ion and have recently purchased 2 more sets for family members. The best cordless, professional grade, tools I have used.

Good set for the price when it’s on sale

 on April 27, 2006
By Kurt C. Decker
I’ve been using this tool kit at least once a week for the past 2 months or so and I can definitely say that they perform as expected. I’m not sure that the lower weight or extended run time is really the best reason to upgrade from your current cordless tools given the price of this kit. However I didn’t own any other cordless tools, so purchasing this slightly more expensive set was worth the money. The sawzall and drill are definitely the two tools that I use the most and they have held up wonderfully. The drill (set to hammer) eats through concrete surprisingly fast.

Beware one item, But love this 28V System

 on October 24, 2011
By Strontium90
That clip gizmo shown in the picture does not come with the combo kit. The box lists the kit contents and it is not listed. I thought I got shorted but that thing is not part of the package. I’m perturbed but the tools are very nice and quite robust which the bag is not. This 28V system really chows through the 2X6 boards I bought for building a deck and driving screws you had best use the clutch or be prepared to drive Three inch screws right through the boards. The 6 1/2 inch Circular Saw is equally robust and if you don’t measure twice then cut once you will see how fast this thing will show you the line was off. The rest of the kit works equally well. The big red bag you get is thin, has a few pockets, no dividers so your tools are sloshing around in the bag together, and the shoulder strap is thinner than the one that came my True Value Master Mechanic set that I replaced this with. The MM tools were wonderful but I needed more power and Milwaukee was the logical choice. The bag is large and needs a wide shoulder strap, and I will make dividers to hold the tools in place of which I sent Milwaukee tool a Feedback comment about the strap.

Go Big Red!!

 on July 6, 2010
By Milwaukee Man
I bought this kit a year ago to replace Ridgid 24 volt products. I am not a contractor or tradesman but like to have enough tool to get the job done. The Sawzall is the most impressive, I have cut up cast iron, aluminum and all kinds and grades of wood with this thing and it doesn’t miss a beat. The circ saw will bog down when cutting/ripping a 1″ piece of plywood, a slower pace will remedy this just fine. The drill is a beast and can be used just like a corded version, be careful as this thing will snap your wrist like dry wood if you are not braced. There are a couple of complaints. First, battery prices are out of site in the high direction and the sawzall and circ saw use them up at a pretty good clip. The batteries should be priced around 90 bucks for anyone to consider a relpacement/spare rather than 160 bucks. The flashlight should be upgraded to the LED at this price. Overall, I am very impressed with this set and how it performs. I have had no reason to use a corded version of any these tools since I bought the kit.

Can’t believe they’re cordless

 on March 28, 2008
By Frddyj
I use these tools for framing goods into ocean containers for export using rough-cut, wet, tough lumber. Unpacking the box I was immediately impressed with the look and feel of these cordless tools because they are constructed of the same heavy-duty materials as my corded Milwaukee drills, hammer-drill & sawzal. The carry bag is very well made, tough & durable- I was very impressed.
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