The Define 7 package comes with the new logo we saw on the Vector RS we looked at recently. The main panel of the packaging shows a largely dominant product name and black chassis image showing a three-quarter shot where you can see some of the internal chassis details. There is also quite an extensive listed specification list showing the fitment and features of the Define 7 chassis. The bottom has a few safety or instructional icons for shippers to help avoid damage.
Spinning the package ninety degrees, and we see a mostly black printed panel with the fractal logo taking up the negative space. The fractal name adorns the top along with the same instructional icons flanking the lower edge.
Spinning the package another ninety degrees, we find the broad opposing side of the box and its breakaway view of the Define 7. This specific view is a semi-exploded view highlighting five feature callouts Fractal felt were noteworthy. The ability of the chassis for liquid cooling, the adjustable capabilities of storage mode vs. open are shown along with the dual position hinged door are all listed here among some other notable inclusions.
Spinning the package, the final ninety degrees, and we see a near mirror of the opposing side and its negative space logo. However, on this side, we find all of the inventory control labelings, along with some essential compliance, regulatory, and safety iconography.
Pulling the define 7 form its packaging, and we are greeted by a massive accessory box residing adjacent to the glass panel. This is something we saw with the Vector RS as well and is necessary due to the inclusion of additional components along with a top panel that allows you to convert and balance the Define 7 for the noise and airflow needs your build may require. The foam end caps are hard Styrofoam, and the chassis is wrapped in a plastic bag to ensure abrasion damage is avoided. The glass panels have a cling film as well to ensure it remains protected during transit.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 12:34 pm CDT