The front of the Sentey Optimus packaging shows both models; the red trimmed version in the front, and the all black version in the back, which we are going to be looking at today.
Dimensions of the chassis are listed under two images of the red trimmed Optimus. This gets followed up with eight images covering the features included with the chassis. At the bottom there is a list of features again but this time in text only.
This side of the box is kept very simple and displays the Optimus name and the Extreme Division it comes from above what looks like LED lighting coming through some mesh. At the bottom in white print you will find contact information if you were to have any issues with your chassis.
This panel shows the top of both the GS-6000 we are testing along with the GS-6000R. These images get followed with a German and English rendition of the specifications for the Optimus.
Once out of the box you will find the Optimus wrapped in a plastic bag to protect the finish with Stryofoam caps on both ends to secure the chassis. Considering the condition of the sample I received, which was excellent, I have to say this tried and true method of shipping a chassis does its job once again.