Nexus kept the same bright yellow and orange over a black background to ship the FLC-3000 R2 in. You will find eight features listed on the left and the name of the cooler at the bottom. The bulk of the right side houses a window to look at the cooler inside while you are standing in the store.
The colouring wraps around the side and has a bit of a view of the cooler on this side as well. Again, the HOC and SkiveTek features are listed, this time with a rendering of the cooler.
Inside the orange and yellow stripe Nexus shows four renderings of the cooler form every side. Below this in the black section is the specifications chart.
In seven languages Nexus explains a bit about the coolers features and compatibility.
Opening the top of the box exposes a bright orange and yellow box full of hardware slid in next to the clear, plastic, clamshell inner packaging. The snap together plastic package secures the FLC-3000 R2 very well during transit, and there wasn't any signs of damage to my sample.
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