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Milwaukee 49-24-0280 V28 28-Volt Lithium-Ion Job Site Radio

Work is always easier with some good tunes in the background, and Milwaukee (like other manufacturers) makes it easy to bring a boom-box to work: their job site radio runs off either 120V AC — with a pass-through so it doesn’t eat a precious spot on the power strip — or any of Milwaukee’s 12 to 28 volt power tool batteries.

It features a Rockford Fosgate 44-watt two-way sound system with a “three-stage Puch EQ bass boost” as well as digital AM/FM tuning (with 20 presets) and an aux input for your iPod or portable CD player.  It also ships with a detachable storage bag and a 10′ extension cord — in case the power’s not as close as you’d like.

Street pricing starts just shy of $100.

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4 Responses to Milwaukee 28-Volt Lithium-Ion Job Site Radio $90

  1. Julian Tracy says:

    Do a search on the Amazon price high and lows sites and you’ll see that this radio was about $55 the other day at Amazon.


  2. Well spot Julian, I missed posting it a $55 i was a day late. Still is not a terrible price but not a steal like earlier.

  3. John Eisenhower says:

    I have one and I love it. I had the 18V drill/flashlight combo with two batteries previously so I didn’t need to make the investment on batteries. I took it to the beach and was not able to run down the batteries in less than 8 hours. It has an external audio port which worked well with my friend’s ipod and a pouch on the back to store it in safe from dirt/sand. Sturdy build as usual from Milwaukee.

    And it ROCKS!!! It has a ‘Bass Managment’ button with four different levels and the highest definitely punches.

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