The front of the box shows a head-on shot of the RL08. Along with the naming, the series, and a QR code leading to the product page.
Spinning the box around ninety degrees gives us a breakdown of a few key feature bullet points in ten languages. There are also warning and compliance labels at the bottom right of this edge of the box.
Spinning another ninety degrees, and we see a mirror of the first side. However, this side has a white inventory label likely from the factory where the chassis is built.
Spinning the final ninety degrees and we find the English version of the four bullet points we saw translated on the opposing edge. There is also a simplified spec table on this side. The bottom has a SilverStone inventory control label with applicable barcodes and the like. The same compliance and safety icons are found at the lower edge, just like the opposing side as well.
Removing the RL08 from the box, we find it wrapped in a plastic bag. This bag helps with abrasion or rubbing damage during transport. The enclosure is capped at the top and bottom with hard Styrofoam end caps, which help avoid shock or jounce as the package is in transit. The RL08 is adequately packaged and should see no significant issues unless something awful happens, which could crush the package entirely.
Last updated: Jan 30, 2020 at 06:11 am CST