The packaging overall is following the common themes of the Tt eSPORTS lineup. Similar to the Azurues mouse, the packaging is styled to appeal to the gaming market, with a sleek high-tech industrial feel of blacks and reds. Also like the Azurues mouse, it has an equally confusing tagline: “Professional and Simplicity in Gaming Battles.”
The sides of the box have large red panels which stand out well and draw the eye when stored on the side.
On the rear of the box, there is some basic product information in fifteen languages, which demonstrates the diverse market which Thermaltake cater to and operate within.
One main difference in the packaging is that there are perforated strips on the top and bottom of the packaging which must be ripped off in order to open the box. This is presumably for hygiene reasons, to ensure that there is an obvious way to determine that the box has been opened and thus prevent people from returning used headphones for other people to end up with.
There is a flap on the front of the box, similar to the Steelseries WoW mouse and the Azurues, though instead of velcro like the Azurues, they have opted instead to use magnets. It is a slightly strange choice to use two different fastening methods on products from the same range which are almost identical in style and form, but the magnets work effectively and definitely feel more natural than the velcro approach. Inside the flap, there are some listed product features, compatibility icons and technical specifications.
To the other side, there is a plastic window into the box, displaying the headphones alongside the Tt logo on the front of the included pouch.
Also contained within the box is the quick installation guide and warranty policy.