The TherMax Pro comes in a very flashy red and black package with a see-through window displaying the cooler. Don't worry, the stickers don't come torn, they are this way due to a bit of mishandling on my part.
The side of the package has more red colouring, but not much else to show other than a ghosted design printed in the black area. They do, however, display their web address proudly at the bottom.
The back of the box is where Spire puts their mission statement. Beneath that is the listing of included hardware, followed with some product images of what else Spire has to offer.
This is just a mirror image of the other side.
Once the outer box is removed it reveals a three compartment package that contains all your hardware and mounts to get this cooler under way. I removed the mounts from the package for the image as they kept trying to fall out. When shipped, they are located in the right end cavity.
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