The RTMT-11001 and its packaging
Inside you will find a pretty ordinary thin molded plastic packing tray, including a 9v battery, and the user manual.
On the back of the box it includes the previously listed features and specs pictured in the user manual in 4 languages. The sides have some images representing the temperature range, shows it has a laser, and a 10:1 spot ratio. It also states on the box, and on a the thermometer that it was made in Taiwan, if that sort of thing matters to you.
There is a hinged battery cover that pops on and off with a friction fit, but no mechanical latch. It has a pretty standard 9v battery connector on wires, with a nice slot to hold the 9v battery but is also deep enough that it’s somewhat difficult to remove the battery for replacement.
The left side of the RTMT-11001 has a recess for opening the battery cover, and a sticker with all the cautionary and warning notes about the laser.
On the front of the RTMT-11001 you can see the scanning trigger, the IR Temperature sensor, and the laser emitter.
The right side of the RTMT-11001 has the same recess for opening the battery cover, and a sticker explaining the 10:1 ratio for distance to reading spot.
It is important to note that the size of the reading spot must be smaller than the surface being read for an accurate result.