- Constructed of 600 Denier Nylon with a heavy-duty PVC zipper and zinc alloy zipper tag
- Convenient storage for meters, testers and tools
- 3-1/2" (89mm) wide x 9-1/2" (241mm) high
UPDATE: September 30, 2016 - Although I originally thought this case was OK, if not a little tight fitting, I've reduced my star rating. Over time and use, the zipper stitching ripped and the case tightness really became a problem for me. It was such a hassle to tuck everything back into it after using my meter. I've replaced this case with the larger Klein, semi-hard case, the Klein Tools 5189 Tradesman Pro Organizer Hard Case, Large. I'll leave my original review but realize that I no longer feel it is the best choice.---I recently purchased a Klein Tools MM1000 multimeter and wanted to get a case for it right away. It seemed natural to get the Klein Tools case so I did.I was expecting a somewhat higher quality case but this does suffice. It is a snug fit for sure but if you're careful you can definitely fit the MM1000, the thermocouple, the test leads and the alligator clips all into the case.My little secret is to bundle the test leads and thermocouple together and slip the bottom end of that bundle into the small pouch at the bottom of the case cover. Then I place my multimeter with the face towards the back of the case. This allows the bundle of wires to fit in between the multimeter test lead holders on the back of the multimeter. You're then able to zip it up.I would have preferred a bit more room in the case and I think it might also have been a good idea to have two zipper pulls rather than the single pull.For the price it's OK and everything does fit. I'd rate it 3.5 but can't award anything but full stars so I've rounded up to 4 stars.
It's holds your multimeter but that's about it. I thought it could have had a better zipper and separate compartments. I think they should have included this bag with the multimeter or at least made it out of higher quality material.
If your looking for a durable, cushioned case for various types of Klein Tools Multimeters, this is the case to get. Straight up though, I've only ever tested this case with a Klein Tools MM200 Multimeter and it fits well, to a certain extent well with the standard leads that come with MM200.The zipper is surprisingly stronger than it looks, but I would still recommend using caution while using this zipper. If too much force is applied, it could very well break, in some cases.This case has the name of the company stitched into it and also has a loop at the top of the case as well so within reason, you could hang this off a work belt or something like that I imagine. Another great feature about this case is that there is a built in pocket to hold a object reasonably small (such as a Klein Tools dual ranging Electrical tester) and although it looks unassuming, it's actually really convenient.Unfortunately, this case is not the same case that is shown on Klein's website or even a hardware shop (such as a business named Home Depot)and that is because this case is actually no longer made in USA. The one listed on the Klein website shows a completely different one than what is being sold currently. If somehow your lucky enough to find the original case (that is the one made in USA) you found a "rare" Klein item. Not sure if said item even exists anymore though.Overall, a great product that does what it should; to protect the Multimeter and the LCD screen on the Multimeter as well.