Covering our Evolv Shift is a plain brown cardboard box, where the front of it has nothing to offer outside of the name of the case, and some Phanteks tape on the edges.
The right side of the box provides the Phanteks company name, and we can see more of the special tape, but the rest of the panel is blank, again made of plain cardboard.
The front and back panels are identical, except for the amount of Phanteks tape visible. Both just offer the chassis name in the middle of the panel.
The last of the panels provide the company name again but also has some additional information this time. We see that the case was designed in the Netherlands, but built in China, and we can also see the sticker with the PH-ES217E_BK model number, with a mention of tempered glass windows, and that it is black.
Inside of the box, we find the Evolv Shift to be wrapped in clear plastic, protecting finishes on the aluminum, and helping to keep the glass free of marks. On the top, as well as the bottom, we find thick Styrofoam used to protect the chassis from drops, with the literature set into the top cap, so it is easy to find.
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