The packaging is fairly plain, yet classy in and understated way, running mostly on the brand image to capture attention.
At the back we get an image of the product with information about its features, we also get introduced to some German human in the 'What you need' section.
PC peripherals have a thing for inception... box within a box within a box... I do like cherries though.
Included inside is a large wrist rest, the frame is plastic but there is a soft rubberised surface which has enough squishiness to it to feel great. It attaches to the main keyboard through the power of magic-netism.
Inside CHERRY include a fabric case/bag which could offer some form of protection on the move or act as a dust cover if your keyboard will remain unused for a long period of time.
The MX Board 6.0, a solid no nonsense design familiar to many.