|A Pretty unassuming box.|
So from what I've found these welders are made in China and are sold online with a few different badges on them. I chose this one as they all seem to be the same and this was the cheapest of the ones I could find.
There are nice big chunks of Styrofoam holding the welder in place within the box. They seem to work because it didn't really shift within the box as I was carrying it.
Last photo I promise now.
My overall feel of the unit? It is more or less what I expected. A lot of the elements of it feel cheaply made, but it feels like it will work. Besides if parts break or wear out sooner than a quality part would then I can replace that with a better quality part.
All in all I'm happy so far with my purchase of a flexible, lowish usage first welder for learning on.
Any tips, corrections or suggestions will be much appreciated.