The Cooler Master HAF Stacker 915F comes in plain brown cardboard with black screening used to display information. Outside of the UPS sticker on this side, just the company name and chassis name are offered.
The smaller side of the packaging mimics the front panel, but there is a sticker with the model number, weight, quantity, and color of the chassis inside the box.
I guess Cooler Master wanted to keep the surprise sealed till the very last moment. Instead of offering some images of the chassis, and maybe pointing out some key features, we get a duplicate of what was shown on the front of the packaging.
Since Cooler Master doesn't use the panels very effectively for marketing at all, why would the last panel of the packaging be any different? As you see, we again are just given the logo and chassis name to look at, and even the same sticker at the bottom.
While they do use thick Styrofoam end caps that surround a large percentage of the 915F, instead of using a thin plastic liner, a thin foam bag has been used to make certain that this chassis arrives in great shape. Even with the slight damages to the cardboard, the inner packaging did its job and this HAF Stacker 915F arrived for testing in perfect condition.
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