The outer packaging is made of cardboard, and the majority of it is matte black. On the front of the box, we get a fair view of the cooler that is packed inside of the box along with the compatibility at the top-left corner. At the bottom is the full name of the cooler, the model number, and its classification.
With a top-down view of the Justice II used as the background, we find five things of interest on this side of the box. First is the asymmetric design, which we have covered. There is the use of the Zephyros II fan mentioning its fluid-dynamic bearing. We then see a mention of the premium mounting hardware, and we agree it is quite good. Reeven also covers the fact that this could be considered compact with its 155mm overall height. The last thing we see is the smaller notation at the top of the two-year warranty.
The back of the box is bright yellow, as Reeven does tend to like yellow, but it is used to display the specifications. At the top are renderings stating the dimensions of the cooler as well as the fan, The bottom offers a chart which is provided in eight languages, delivering the same specs we saw earlier in the chart we took from their page.
The last panel does not offer much in the way of information; Reeven used this more like a place where Reeven thought the name of the cooler in a large font would be better than say another couple of views of the cooler.
We are missing two pieces of foam in this image, as there is one for either end of the cooler still inside of the box. When removed, the center section of foam will lift the cooler out of the box, after you have removed the hardware box and the fan sandwiched between the box and the tower. The dense foam does its job well, as the Reeven cooler is in terrific shape and ready to have its photos taken.
Last updated: Jan 18, 2020 at 06:11 am CST