The Nexus FLC-3000 universal cooler is packaged with an eye catching layout. The black and white background is splashed with a bit of yellow and orange to stand out on the shelves. This splash of color on the front shows Nexus' finer points about the cooler.
Spinning the box around to the right shows us a rendering of the cooler and also shows the SkiveTEK logo.
The back of the box has two more images of the FLC-3000 from different angles. Under these are the specifications of the cooler.
Looking at the left side, Nexus has taken this room to give the customer a brief statement of what the cooler has to offer. This is repeated several times in various languages.
Opening the cut-away packaging allows access to the inner snap-together blister package and the box containing the hardware. Nexus even goes the extra step here to match the hardware box with the external colors on the package.
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