In lower end cases we have become accustomed to cases to be shipped in plain brown boxes. With the Enthoo Luxe being a high end case, it is nice to see Phanteks ship it in a high quality, full color box. Does it add anything to the quality of the case? No, its just a pretty box that most will end up throwing out anyways; in a retail setting the packaging will catch users eyes and give them the sense of getting something expensive. The front gives the model name and a quick view of the case.
Turning the box around to the back, we find a well detailed presentation of the key features that includes a snapshot of three of the LED colors, an interior view that includes the front and back side of the case.
On the sides of the box is where we find the usual list of features and specifications. On one side, the key features are listed in multiple languages, while the other side presents the specifications.
Opening the box for the Enthoo Luxe, we weren’t expecting to find an extra piece of Styrofoam protecting the front bezel. With the extra piece removed, the packaging follows how we expect cases to be shipped. Two large pieces of sturdy Styrofoam fit the top and bottom of the case and keeps it well protected.
With the Enthoo Luxe, Phanteks has included a large number of accessories. A well detailed user manual, liquid cooling pump bracket (rubber backed), and a reservoir bracket. To secure cables, two velcro type cable ties and ten standard zip ties. Inside their plastic accessory box, the number of screws included was surprising. Here we find the screws neatly separated so they are extremely easy to use. Eight for a reservoir, twelve for hard drives, twenty-three for motherboard/optical device/SSD, ten long fan screws, twelve standard fan screws, two additional standoffs, two for the velcro straps, three for the reservoir bracket, three additional thumbscrews, five for the pump bracket, and five for power supply/other brackets. That’s a lot of screws for one case!