CoolerMaster only offers a little over half of the view of the Reaper as it sits off to the right with purple tracers under it for a bit of flash. At the bottom it offers the Reaper name and says it is an aluminum gaming mouse with a laser sensor, programmable Clutch button, and it states that it is ergonomically built for right handed users.
It is obviously too small to read, so let us save you some eye strain. This side says, in twenty-one languages, that inside is a gaming mouse (the Reaper), and for more information to visit the site. At the bottom, next to the model number and bar codes to the right, are stickers for compatibility.
The back of the packaging is topped with an image of the Reaper with the DPI switch, LED lighting, Clutch button, and the design, all pointed out around it. The bottom offers feature lists covering seven things the Reaper offers and they are repeated in ten languages here.
The right side offers locations and addresses of the CoolerMaster offices along with an email address for each location for support.
What we have just looked at was all printed on a cardboard sleeve that lifts off of another black two part box. Here we have removed the top of that inner box to reveal the Reaper sitting inside of the molded plastic tray for a safe and secure ride to our labs.
Inside of the lid (and inside of a plastic bag), there is the paperwork offered for the Reaper. This is the only "extra" you get with the Reaper.
Inside of the first page of this guide, CoolerMaster covers the terms and conditions of the warranty. It shows what is covered and it also covers what they will look for as far as customer damages. At the very bottom, it states that the Reaper is covered for a period of two years.
Remember seeing the features list on the back of the box? Well this is why there wasn't much discussion as to what they were. Page two of the guide addresses them again, and they are much easier to read, but we did cover most of this in the specifications section anyway.
The back of this concludes things with a specifications chart, package contents, and office information again. I guess Cooler Master assumes that when you buy a mouse, you know how to plug them in and where to go to grab the software needed to take full control of the Reaper, since nothing is really covered in that aspect.