The Cordoba cigar humidor sports exquisite handcraftsmanship with a radiant dark walnut base, decorative walnut burl top with a triple diamond wood inlay, and much more: Spanish cedar walls, top tray and dividers; complete humidification system; lock & key, and brass hardware. A true work of art.
I got this on sale for around $70. It did take forever to charge but I don't have any issues with keeping my cigars in perfect shape. The seal is perfect and it holds a fare amount of cigars. I could never get 200 cigars in there but all humidors over state their capacity.01
Garbage...walnut looks like someone ran a router over it...fake burled walnut....cheap everything.10
Looks nice upon opening the box, but then you realize it's another cheaply-made China chitzbox. The wood was so dry, it took over a month to properly "charge" it to an appropriate humid state. Seals okay, and now that it's charged, it's adequate for aging my stogie stash, but the cheap black-plastic humidifier included is not perfectly straight so it never flushly seats with the magnets, falling onto my cigars every few days and splashing a few water drops onto them. (If not that, then the sticky metal bases to which the magnets attach will pull off the wood and it falls again.) Locating humidifiers on lids is a BAD design.11