For packaging SteelSeries stuck with the same design that they have been using on all of their recent products. This is still a big change from the original Siberia V2 packaging though. Before it was all black with a window showing off the headset inside. Now we don’t have the window but we have a large photo of the headset on the front. They went a little lighter with a white glow over the black and then put the product name in a nice LanOC orange, opps I mean a nice SteelSeries orange. On the back there is another photo of the headset, this time with lines highlighting a few of its key features. When you pull the main packaging off, inside you get bright orange box. On the sticker, beyond the normal stuff, they did include a small specification listing.
Inside the box the headset sits in a formed plastic tray to keep it from bouncing around. Under the headband is the cord extender. I will say when pulling this out I was a little frustrated. Both cords have the most amazing glue holding the bags to the packaging. I really had to fight with them to get it pulled away. Be sure to not pull on the cord to pull it off, I actually think you could cause damage to the cord if you did it this way.
Also included is a small user guide and also SteelSeries stickers. They changed the sticker design for the first time in a very long time. Now you get a white sticker on a clear plastic background that should look better on your PC/Car/whatever. The old design was the SteelSeries logo on a black paper like sticker that would never work outside, not to mention it wouldn’t go with anything.