The packaging is kept as basic as possible, which leaves the vast majority of the money spent to be used on the chassis. Plain cardboard is used to box the chassis, and the information is delivered from the black ink used in a silk screening process. On the front of the box, we see the outline of the chassis to the left, with the Rosewill name, logo, and chassis name presented on the right side.
The top of this side panel offers five icons which are used to show which end is up, that it should not be allowed to get wet, that it is fragile, that it should be handled with care, and it is something which can be recycled versus throwing into the trash. Other than that, there is a box at the bottom which shows the name of the chassis, along with the weight with and without the packaging.
The back of the box is identical in every way to what we saw on the front panel. Doing this is boring to look at and describe, but it also saves money not having to produce a different screen to use for it.
The last of the external panels are also identical to the panel on the opposing side of the box. Again, it saves time and money, which is a good thing for the customer.
We did not find plastic clinging to any of the tempered glass panels under the plastic liner which surrounds the chassis, and we also see Rosewill opts for dense foam over Styrofoam due to the weight. What we can say, is that even without the extra plastic, and using better end caps, our Cullinan MX showed up in pristine condition for usage and its photography session.
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