The packaging for the Raptor M45 has that nice mixture of glossy and matt card, giving it quite a quality feel.
On the back is a to scale image of the mouse itself, with highlighted features such as a heavy scroll wheel, DPI switching button and the fact that the left and right mouse buttons use Omtron switches, which curiously Corsair does not mention in the main feature list.
In a nice touch, the box is sealed with magnets, so you can pop it open to have a look at it close up, as well as read about a few more of the features on the left hand panel. It is all quite stylishly done and shows a surprising level of quality for a mouse that can be found for around £40.
Along with the mouse, there are detachable weights, which come pre-fitted and the usual selection of warranty, quick start guide and other information.