Packaging and Included Accessories
Danger Den shipped this massive box to my doorstep and dragging it into the house was somewhat of a chore. I wasn’t sure if they shipped me a box of bricks or parts to a PC case. Let’s break it open to see what treasures are inside.
You may be thinking that I’m trying to build up the suspense a little, but I’m not. They added a layer of packing peanuts over the retail packaging for the Black Tower Series 21 case parts.
Finally! Here is the front panel of the case’s retail packaging. Looks pretty basic at first glance, but it includes a nice studio photo of the assembled case as well as the case’s features and technical specifications. Overall, it’s a nice design and gives consumers all the information they need to make their purchasing decisions.
The interior of the retail packaging is well organized and each part is individually wrapped. There are small pieces of foam over some of the accessories as well as more layered foam between the side panels of the case itself. It looks like Danger Den took a lot of care packaging the parts and accessories to ensure they arrived without any defects or damage from shipping.
Here’s a good example of how one of the components was packaged. The foam combined with the packaging wrap ensures everything is protected against all the elements.
There were several small bags of other components in the retail packaging to put together the case. Danger Den included long screws, short screws, a power button, rubber feet, motherboard standoffs, nuts, and an allen wrench.
Lastly, they added a pair of soft gloves and a detailed user manual with assembly instructions. The gloves should ensure we don’t get any fingerprints on any of the acrylic components during assembly and hardware installation.