Like Corsair’s other cases, the Obsidian 650D comes in a basic looking brown box with inked on designs for the product. Personally, I like this look; even though it’s basic it almost reflects the nature of the case: utilitarian.
Here we have the side of the box which details the case specifications outlined on the last page, and a nice detailed drawing of the inside of the case, along with the front of it.
Here’s the back of the box with an expose of each piece of the Obsidian 650D, along with a number-letter label to let you know what each pieces name is.
Corsair’s had a nice change of pace with the packaging. We keep the Styrofoam end caps, but we have put the case in a black satin bag to protect it from scratches.