Just to show how the Lucifer is delivered, this angle shows that there is an inner box that has a cardboard sleeve wrapped around it to display the information in green and white text.
The front panel of the sleeve simple offers the Lucifer name and that it is a CPU cooler. The bottom offers the tag line "Devour The Heat In Silence", and from what we have seen, this is definitely a very true statement.
Spinning things to the right, we are now looking at the side of the box inside of the sleeve. Along with the company name and logo, the cooler name, and a QR code, to the right there is a list of the five key features of the Lucifer inside.
The other end of the box from what we just saw again has the logo and naming on it, but this time it delivers potential buyers with the specifications and socket compatibility list, but makes no mention of this 300W TDP, and personally I would have that plastered all over this box, but they chose to stay elegant with the packaging.
After sliding the outer sleeve off of the main box, the top of it offers half of the logo and the words CPU cooler on either side of the top. There are security stickers that keep the top closed, but for some reason both of them, one on either side, came broken.
To get to the Lucifer inside of it, you simply spread the top sections and remove a cardboard insert. There you will find the cooler body wrapped in plastic and has a box on either side of it. This packaging was very sufficient as the Lucifer arrived in great shape for this review.