Thanks for all your answers.
The box didn't looked like it is covered by a conductive material, but if it is ESD conform than this is the best looking ESD box i have seen so far
But I can't believe that the box is equal to a type S bag, because I can open the box really wide to be able to touch the PCB with my fingers.
If the box is really that safe it would be a good idea to add an ESD symbol on the box.
I'm not sure if its a good argument that all GPIO are 2kV ESD safe.
2kV is not that much. Are all touchable PCB wires to the flash / ram / controllers and other active components are 2kV safe?
A simple packaging tape can cause more than 10kV easily and this will be placed just 2mm away on the other carton side.
An active PCB will never be classroom save without a housing or coating.
Ignoring ESD is not professional, it just a stupid way to invest a lot of time to find strange errors.
The web is full of people having troubles with there PIs. But most of them do not know was ESD is and they do not take care on ESD.
So I'm not wondering that only a few people are claiming the missing ESD bag. But I do, because I prefer to use reliable HW.
No this is not my yt channel, this was just the first picture of the box I found...
I don't think they guy in the videos knows a lot about ESD, he is not using any ESD equipment