The Bunker arrived in a small brown box printed with multi-coloured, brown, camouflage. NZXT places the company logo in the top right, and a large "BUNKER" at the bottom. There is no information on the sides of the packaging, just more camouflaging.
On the bottom of the packaging NZXT does offer a fair bit of information on the Bunker. At the top is a brief description of the product just above an image of the Bunker. This is followed by the features and diagrams of the Bunker with the door open and closed. There are two important figures here to look at. One is the limitation of a 2.2cm head length for USB devices if you want to lock the door, and secondly is the 4.2cm that the USB plate will surrender into the unit as the door closes.
Inside the box, the Bunker comes shipped in a re-sealable bag. In a smaller bag you will find a pair of keys for the lock on the Bunker. Folded up and placed on top of the device, you will find the instruction sheet. These instructions are helpful, but seriously, who doesn't know how to mount a 5.25" device and plug in a USB header?
Here we get to see all the contents spread out. Now to get into some detail.
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