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’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.