InWin packaging we have seen previously bucks tradition opting to open and release the chassis on the large side panel rather than through the smaller cereal box style packaging. I do like it; This was simply because the cereal box style can be a pain to get a chassis out if the handgrip cutouts have been used. I know it is a small thing to mention with general packaging but worth noting in my mind.
Flipping to the first of the box sides and we see the 309 logo with offset black and gray lettering. Also, there are five listed features, which were partially destroyed due to shipping labels. I always try to clean this up for you guys, but sometimes the label glue wins the day, and today is one of those days.
There is also an inventory control label in the top left along with compliance/safety iconography at the bottom right. Above the icons is the color indication, which is black in our case, and the only color the 309 comes in at the time of writing.
The two opposing sides here show the product name on one side, while the other has the InWin naming.
The final side of the packaging has the same dual color 309 naming, along with a copy of the specification table. Across the top, we have six icons with five being focused on features while the last showing ROHS, which while yes, it's a feature, I do find it strange to be included with highlight features such as tempered glass or ARGB fans. But I digress, let's get this thing unboxed.
The 309 comes in a soft white foam external exoskeleton. Inside this frame of protection, we have the 309 in a cloth/fabric style bag, which is meant to keep scuffs and abrasions at bay.