Trezor packaging timeline

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Being the first hardware cryptocurrency wallet, Trezor has been on the market for some time. Over the years, the Trezor package has undergone some changes. This article provides a timeline of all the important changes so that users can be confident that their package is genuine and has not been tampered with.

Trezor One[edit]

Below is a list of Trezor One package changes. For the current version of the Trezor packages (both models), see Unboxing the Trezor device.


2016[edit]

  • The Trezor logo was changed from “TREZOR The Bitcoin Safe” to “TREZOR”.
  • “The Hardware Bitcoin Wallet” text was changed to “The original hardware wallet.”
  • The package grew in size to 100 x 100 x 13 mm.
  • Text on the package was made more scarce.
  • A sticker with a barcode and a UPC code was added at the back of the package.
  • The landing website in the instructions has been changed to trezor.io/start, instead of mytrezor.com.
  • All of the content is inside one box.


See also this blog article.

2018[edit]

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  • Refreshed design, font and form of the user manual and recovery seed backup cards.

See also this blog article.

Holographic seals[edit]

The holographic seals on the Trezor One package have evolved over time as well. However, as resellers might stock packages with older versions of the seals, customers might come across different looking seals (see the picture). The important thing is that the seal must be intact when delivered. If not, contact our Support Team immediately.


See also this blog article.

Trezor Model T[edit]

Below is a list of Trezor Model T package changes. For the current version of the Trezor packages (both models), see Unboxing the Trezor device.

2018[edit]

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  • The Trezor logo was changed from an embossed one to a printed black one.
  • The upper edge of the box was changed to contain the name of the product.
  • The black box with the device was changed to contain green guiding highlights. Green half-circles were added to show where to open the box, or where to lift out the accessory box.
  • The format of the recovery seed backup cards was changed from a card to a booklet.
  • The material of the recovery seed backup cards was reverted from plastic to paper.

See also this blog article.

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