The top of the Six Eyes II packaging shows us all of the important bits right up front. There are notations indicating this is a Reeven product, it offers 30W per channel, and near the bottom is the bold gold naming across the top edge of the fan controller. It also states in fine print that three and four-pin fans all work with this device.
As we work around the side of the box, we see that this panel offers a view of some of the LCD screens to the right. To the left, we see the fan control knobs, the temperature indicator, and the fan speed indicator for each channel.
This panel starts off with the product naming, and below it Reeven explains that this is the second generation Six Eyes fan controller, and that the only major change is that we now have the 30W per channel rating this time in the RFC-02.
To cover all of their markets, Reeven used this side of the box to offer up the specifications we discussed earlier, in seven different languages.
The last of the thin sides shows the backlight capabilities of the Six Eyes II. Here we can see all seven LCD color options, and if you desire to turn the screens off to sleep, that is an option as well.
Reeven even takes the time to use the bottom of the packaging. This time it is used to caution buyers of various things about this device and its installation. The biggest thing to take away here is to read the manual thoroughly before diving into installation.
Not only does the Reeven Six Eyes II come wrapped in plastic inside the box, as one would expect, but we also see that the box is completely lined with a layer of dense foam to protect it during transit. The rest of the kit is just set in on top and next to the controller, but it all arrived in terrific condition for our testing.
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