Packaging

Unlike the original Massdrop ErgoDox kit, the Infinity didn’t come in its own individual box. Each of the individual pieces are tossed into the Massdrop shipping box along with air packs to keep everything from moving around too much. In other words, there isn’t much to see as far as packaging goes. It’s a bummer because the original had a nice note inside explaining the importance of how the ErgoDox helped Massdrop grow early on.

Beyond the packaging itself, each of the individual components came wrapped up and protected great. The Key switches came in a resealable bag, the acrylic panels came wrapped in cling wrap to keep them from rubbing together, and the PCBs came in a static protective bag with bubble wrap around them on the inside to prevent any damage. All in all, it gets the job done. It would have been nice to get the box like the original ErgoDox, if for no other reason than to put the ErgoDox Infinity into it when it’s not in use, but that’s just an excuse to pick up a custom made bag for them in the future.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #37599 01 Feb 2016 23:19
Almost exactly a year after our original ErgoDox review I check out the new ErgoDox Infinity designed by Input Club in collaboration with Massdrop.

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