The Hydra Pro comes in a box not too much larger than the fan controller itself. There is the use of shiny cardboard printed with an image of the Hydra Pro front and center.
Rotating the box to the back, the next panel gets a honeycomb mesh treatment and displays the Hydra Pro name and that this is a fan and LED controller and it ends with the BitFenix web address.
The back of the packaging offers the specifications chart followed by a note that specs may change without notice. On the right is the long winded BFA-HDR-KSPRO-RP model number and a note at the bottom that this product is made in China.
The last panel on the packaging covers features like the five channels, the 30W per channel, the SofTouch treatment and that this is designed for the Spectre LED fans. On the right there is an outline of what the Hydra Pro looks like from the front.
When you first open the box, you run into the hardware and paperwork as it is slid in over the controller which is packed in this box below it.
The controller and its accompanying wiring are all packed inside of the red plastic bag to keep scratches off the SofTouch finish. On each end is a shaped bit of dense foam to keep the Hydra Pro from sliding back and forth in the box during transit.
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