Just using black ink on brown cardboard, AZZA can produce a front panel which is attractive. A thick bar runs across the top with the chassis and company name presented in it. Below the bar, we see some diamond patterns which can be found on the chassis, which is shown in the middle.
It appears that AZZA skimped on the specifications chart that is found on the product page because the specifications on the side of the box are much more thorough and inclusive of all aspects of the Titan 240. We can also see that the CZAZ 240 is marked with a black dot, denoting which of the two models in inside.
Keeping things simple, and also keeping costs down, the back of the box is identical to the front panel. One thing we did not mention on the front, is that in the diamond pattern at the bottom, AZZA has put their site address.
Since the front and the back are identical, and most of the information has been covered, why not make the sides the same as well.
Inside of the box, we find the Titan 240 kept centered in the box with high-density foam used for the caps at the top and the bottom. Inside of that is a plastic liner, and inside of that is plastic on the tempered glass, as well as on the windows and shiny bits of plastic. The inner packaging worked wonders, as the box looked a bit rough, but the chassis is in excellent condition to be reviewed.
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