anidées packs the chassis in a fairly simple, but colored cardboard box. Both sides only have a large AI6 logo, along with the company name and URL placed on a gray backdrop. It would have been nice to see a picture of the chassis for example. Both sides are similarly designed, with specifications on one and some simple text on the other. There are holes to make carrying the chassis home a bit easier.
Two Styrofoam spacers hold the chassis in place, while a clear plastic bag has been applied to protect it during the packing process at the factory.
anidées is a company aiming to deliver excellent quality and features instead of simply trying to cut costs and stuff as many marketing bullet-points into a case. This philosophy seems to translate well into the set of extras. A full set of screws, neatly sorted and labeled along with an ample amount of zip ties can be found with the AI6. There are so many screws in fact, that you should be able to stuff the chassis full to the rim and still have some left over - a refreshing sight. You will also get two fairly big low voltage adapters. One is intended for the front fan and the other for the rear one. On top of that you will also receive a 5.25 to 3.5 inch adapter tray made of metal.
Interestingly enough, the manual states AI-6 instead of the AI6 name. It is still accurate and contains all the information you may require during the assembly process.