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I bought the Multimaster 350 "Start Q" kit that comes in the nylon bag with just a few cutting blades. I prefer hard cases to nylon bags, particularly for quality tools that get a lot of use. The Multimaster fits nicely in the case. The cord fits well if you first place the tool in its fitted compartment and then loop the cord in long ovals that just about match the width/length of the tool itself. If you lay the cord on top of the tool there is enough clearance to close the lid. I'm really against nylon bags for power tool storage, and I hope the trend dies soon. Basic protection should come with the power tool, not be sold as an add-on. That said, I'd rather pay a premium for a proper case than to have only the nylon bag option.
The Description does not include pictures of the inside of the case. I would like to know if the FMM350 MultiMaster System Case includes the inserts that hold the tool where it belongs and whether it has the 2 square cases for holding the blades.