The box is appropriately sleek, dark colours contrasting well with pics of the shiny Apple-esque white speakers, staring out of the box like owl eyes.
Due to what could be described as a “shipping error” (or perhaps less generously, a blatant failure to acknowledge the large “FRAGILE – PLEASE HANDLE WITH CARE” notice on the front of the package by a certain regal postal service who shall not be named…) the rear of the box, which would normally contain the speaker specifications in thirteen different languages, was a little worse for wear in our review.
On top of the box is the Krator logo, over a cratered moonscape, illustrative of the namesake of the company. The idea behind Krator is that just as meteors transform the surface of the moon with craters, so Krator endeavour to change the consumer audio landscape with their products.
On the plus side, the sturdy cardboard inner packaging protected the speakers entirely from damage, which was definitely a lifesaver in this case.
The contents of the box are pretty basic; the two speakers, a warranty card and some generic information.