The primary front side of the packaging shows the Pure Base 500 as a black line drawing showing a peek of internal detail. The chassis name is also present across the bottom, along with a critical blurb about the chassis features.
Rotating the package clockwise ninety degrees and we get a side shot with four languages, I cannot read and assume it covers the same marketing blurb about the chassis. The top left has an inventory control sticker, likely from the factory, which makes the chassis.
Spinning the packaging another ninety degrees shows us the rear. Here we see an "about Be Quiet! marketing paragraph, and it is in several languages. Below this, we find a blown up shot of the Pure Base 500 with numbered components and a legend to the right to help identify the featured parts. At the bottom, we see several more languages explaining a few critical features via the marketing blurb listed above.
The final spin of the package and we see the specification table for the chassis. Below that, we have a sticker that identifies the color of our chassis. There is also an inventory control label at the bottom edge, which clarifies precisely which version of the Pure Base 500 we have on hand.
Pulling the case from the packaging and we have the chassis with its initial protection coming from the plastic bag, it comes wrapped in. Then for significant shock absorption, we have the hard Styrofoam end caps to help protect the chassis during transit. The tempered glass has a cling film on it, which should be removed for optimal aesthetics.
Last updated: Jan 25, 2020 at 06:11 am CST