"The top part of the body comes off. Whoever designed this packaging deserves all of the money."
"Gauge indicating how your fragile package has been handled in shipping."
“My protein powder scoop is designed to sit on a lip just under the lid... so you don’t have to reach into the powder to grab it.”
"This pizza lets you remove the instructions so you can throw the packaging away."
“Had to buy a new mouse and this was the packaging. It had places to wedge your fingers in and was perforated. Took 10 seconds to open without scissors.”
"The plastic packaging for this paint roller is a paint tray."
“Never seen Braille on packaging before.”
"This packaging has a ruler so you can cut ingredients accordingly."
“My Amazon package has instructions for how to use the box as a crown.”
"This printer’s packaging has handles to help you pull it out of the box."
“This desk I am building has the parts for each step individually packaged.”
“My ‘frikandel’ package has a ruler on it so you can see how long it is.”
"So this cookie packaging is designed in a way that you can only open up this square, but half of the cookies are held back, in the back of the packaging."
The same goes for those stickers that tear in bits or leave residue. It prevents people from putting a cheaper price sticker or the barcode of a cheap item on a more expensive one.