Nexus packages the VCT-9000 with all black as the background of the front. This highlights both the text on the left about the cooler and the white-ish flames around the window.
This side is a bright orange and should attract the eye from quite a distance. That is if you can see this side on the shelf. The window from the front wraps around here with the flame pattern allowing a sneak peek at the VCT-9000 inside.
The back of the box is grey and has a few drawings of the cooler from various angles. The bottom half of the panel is where you will find the specifications for size and fit, as well as information on the included fan.
The last panel is mostly grey with the repeating bar of black with text from the opposite side. The top holds a brief statement about Nexus and their coolers in multiple languages and offers one last drawing of the VCT-9000 from underneath.
Opening the top of the box brings you directly face to face with the hardware box at the left. Once that is out of the way the cooler has some high density foam, both top and bottom, to allow me to get a cooler in perfect condition.
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