Packaging is as simple as it gets when it comes to shipping a case. There is a large rendering on the left half of the front panel, with the Rosewill and Himars names found to the right. We also see near the bottom, that this chassis is made in China.
The side panel offers iconography along the top, just above where the carry handle is placed. Much lower down the panel, we located a box with shipping information in it, and the Himars name and Rosewill site address are at the bottom.
Keeping packaging costs down, the front and back panels of the box are identical down to every last detail.
The same can be said for the skinnier side panels as well. All of the information found here is identical to the other side of the box, except this side is where FedEx tagged it with the shipping label.
Inside of the box, we see that both sides of the window are protected by plastic clung to either side of it. The chassis is wrapped in a clear plastic bag to keep out dirt and moisture, and also protects the paint from the Dense foam, open-frame, end caps which keeps drops or impacts from damaging the chassis. Our Himars is in great shape, and considering the distance it traveled, it has fared rather well.
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