We received the QuickFire TK inside a cardboard box of unremarkable size or design, with the exception of a very colorful and aggressive visual theme. A sticker indicating which version of the Cherry MX keys are installed on this particular model can be seen at the lower right corner of the box.
Inside the box we found the keyboard wrapped inside a soft nylon bag, which should be more than enough protection for such a keyboard. The number of the items bundled with the QuickFire TK is minimal, with Cooler Master supplying only a very basic leaflet and a tool for removing the key caps. Why the company supplied a tool for the removal of the keycaps when this model comes with no extra keys, we simply do not know, but it is good to have one, even if only to remove the keys when cleaning the keyboard.