Antec ships the DF600 Flux in a brown box with their signature design. There is an image of the case on the front and a blow-up diagram on the rear, alongside some written details about the unit. Both sides of the package hold specifications in various languages. As you can see, our sample got a bit of a jab there, but the chassis was just fine.
Two solid Styrofoam spacers and a thin plastic bag protect the DF600 Flux from any damage or fingerprints, so you will receive your unit in great condition.
Inside the box, you will find a bag of all black screws, several zip ties, and two reusable Velcro strips. Antec also includes a special "reverse fan", as they call it, which has been built to push air through the front instead of the rear. A manual is included, but does not really go into much detail about most of the features of the chassis with the exception of how the fan setup should work.