Packaging and Accessories:
For the purposes of this review, Pittasoft supplied us with a BlackVue Power Magic Pro and of course the BlackVue DR900s-2CH. First I will cover the Power Magic Pro packaging. It doesn't appear as if anything has changed from our original review. The device comes in a small carton that does a very good job of conveying its purpose and capabilities. Basically this device allows you to power the camera system when the vehicle isn't running without fear of draining your battery. A great way to add an extra level of protection to your vehicle while you are away from it. Inside the carton you will find a manual, a harness, the module itself and double sided tape or screws for mounting. In my previous review I had suggested that BlackVue also supply fuse taps so the installation can go a bit smoother, while they haven't included them in the carton they do offer them through their site
The BlackVue DR900S-2CH is packaged in a small rectangular white box. On the very top they have the BlackVue logo and BlackVue DR900S-2CH in the top left corner. But emblazoned across the top is it says 4K UHD Dashcam, so obviously they are trying to make sure it is immediately obvious how this differs from the others. One end of the box lists the model number as well as some specs for the system, the other end lists the BlackVue Over the Cloud capabilities. Finally the side of the box has a picture of the two cameras you'll find inside.
Lifting the lid you will find the two cameras nestled securely with various films and covers on them to further ensure they make it to you undamaged. Lifting this section out reveals the accessory box below which has two finger notches so you don't struggle to get it out.
Inside this box you will find the following: a manual, a USB microSD card reader, a microSD card, (8) cable retention clips, (2) additional double stick tape mounts for cameras, a trim pry bar, a rear camera cable and a main power cable. Overall the packaging does a great job of making sure the items are protected and while I like the look of the packaging I am a bit surprised it isn't flashier to draw more attention on the shelf. But I suspect these are selling based on word of mouth more than anything.