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This is a great value for a fluke 101 meter. If you stretch the leads out and fold in half several times, they wil fit in this case along with the fluke101 meter. It's a nice hard case for the meter, but not oem by any means, but will protect your meter and store the leads. It also has a belt loop and a d-ring for a clip like some people use for key rings. The zipper appears to be good quality. time will tell if it holds up, if not, I'll update my review. If you buy the baby fluke 101, this is a good match for it. I wish it were yellow though, but not a big deal. It's not oem.
I purchased this case at the same time I purchased the Fluke 101 multimeter. It is a nice case. It is easy to zip and unzip. My Fluke 101 fits good inside of it, it isn’t squeezed in it, nor way too loose. I’m sure if you are crafty, you can cut a foam sheet to form fit your Fluke 101, 106, and 107 into the case. I might some day, but for now it fits good enough. There is a net pocket for the test leads on the underside of the lid. With the meter placed inside, and the test leads inserted into the net pocket, there is plenty of room. I don’t foresee any future problems. It’s a great case for Fluke 101.
The case is fairly sturdy and adequately holds my Fluke 101 multimeter. There is about 1/4" of extra space around the meter but the elastic band holds it securely in place. The upper mesh pocket holds the test leads with enough space so the case closes properly without everything being crushed. It's a semi-hard-shell case with a sturdy zipper that looks like it will last a while. It also comes with a small carbiner. Overall, it's well worth the money to provide an extra measure of protection.
The case fits tightly, but does fit. I keep the probes in the same case, but was afraid that the probes would scratch the meter face up, so I put the meter in the case with its back to the probes on the other side.
Tight fit if you have the magnetic strap that comes with the 107, but it does fit and does a nice job of keeping everything together.
Also, if you want to use longer leads than the small ones that come with the 101-107, it will be a very tight fit and the sharp test leads tips might start digging into the case from the inside after prolonged use.