The box itself is designed well:
The water-block consists of a copper plate with a copper “snake” soldered to it.
The plate is not thick, but the HDD is not a CPU when it comes to head dissipation, after all. So, this design should be more than efficient. The fittings are just screwed into the ends of the pipes which have an internal threading for that:
Then you can install your HDD and connect the pipes – but I’ll talk about the assembly process later on.
Right now let’s take a look at the AquaBay M3. There are but few changes in the kit since I last saw it:
They’ve added a pack with fittings and a second length of pipe.