The majority of what can be seen on the box is visible in this image. The front of the package has a large look at the base of the Eiswand, but only of the base and a bit of the radiator section. On the top, we can see the entire tower, and the name and tagline are present on both panels. As for the back and the bottom of the box, they are blank, with only expanses of black cardboard to see.
Both of the small ends of the box are similar. Both show the Alphacool Eiswand name at the top, and both have the blue and white lettering along the bottom. The change between them is that on this end of the box, there is a small barcode sticker.
Alphacool does a terrific job when it comes to packaging all of the gear together, with nothing getting damaged on its long trip to our door. There are two sections of dense foam to cradle the Case, and also keeps heavier items away from the lighter ones. In all aspects, the components are well tended to, no matter how far they have to travel, and in this instance, everything is in excellent condition.
To give you some idea of what all is inside of the box, we removed the inner packages and set them up to view. There are two bottles of coolant, boxed up, lying down at the bottom. The Eiswand Case is also wrapped in bubbles to protect the aluminum finish, and a pair of boxes flank either side. One box contains the tubing, fittings, and quick-disconnects, while the other contains the power supply for the system.
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