The ultimate solution for long home-aging! Handcrafted with a rich cherry finish, sturdy brass hinges, Spanish cedar lining and able to hold up-to approximately 16 cigar boxes! Wooden trays are also included for loose cigars, plus a complete humidifying system. A must-have for the big collector.
This foot locker is wonderful. I have 7 boxes of cigars at the bottom. If you ever seen the box that the Fine and Rare comes in. Then you know how big this foot locker is. The two racks for lose cigars are huge. I wish I could post a few pictures to show you folks. This foot locker had a tight lid and looks amazing. I bought two of them. I will put all my Cubans in one and my B&M store in the other.
After bringing home monster hauls from the now-defunct Cigarnival please bring them back, they were frickin awesome and other events, my wife bought this for me because she got tired of looking at my tuperdors after I had already outgrown other larger humidors. This humidor is a workhorse for long-term storage of cigars. I ve had some truly enjoyable cigars aged in this thing. I ve stored tonnes of cigars into it over the years. I ve not had a single humidification issue especially once I remembered to keep it locked . I currently use 3 320g Boveda packs and several other 60g packs and rotate as needed to rehydrate them. I m not a big ring gauge guy and suspect I ve easily had 500 smaller gauge cigars in there.The only downside is you decide you don t want to leave your cigars in boxes so that they breathe there is not a lot of shelf space. To make up for the lack of shelf space you may want to consider getting empty cigar boxes to put on the bottom. I currently use a 7x70 Asylum box on one side and 5X50 Asylum on the other if you ve ever seen the unique way Asylum makes this line of boxes you d understand why . Asylum makes great smoke, but if they aren t in your favor profile you can find the boxes at your local b&m or on eBay for sale. The 5x50 box is so in the winter time I can add some magma jars to help keep the humidity good. This past winter I had no issues whatsoever other than needing to rehydrate an occasional Boveda something I can t say for several of my 100-200 count humidors .Another downside, it is so frickin massive that you probably want to have a second small humidor so that you don t lose your mind looking for something that isn t right on top.
Perfect seal. Large trays allow stacking on both levels. Plenty of storage space in the bottom. Carlos in The Desert wrote a great review and is right about the difference in humidity levels between the two trays and the very bottom of the humi. If you stack both trays, you ll see somewhere around 70% humidity on the top tray, slightly less on the second tray, and several points less at the bottom. I took one of the humidifiers I put 2 250 count Xikar humidifiers in and put it in the bottom, and added a small 150 count Xikar humi jar at the bottom. I ve got small Xikar hygrometers on each level; the humidity is perfect throughout now. Great humidifier! Def worth $150!
Just received it. Packed well. Nice addition to my desk top. Now I can pursue the hobby without worry of where to put my Cuban sandwiches.I can smoke daily from the desk top and store the special morsels for just the right occasion. Great construction. Definitely has the sure seal technology. Plenty of room. I am ordering the Xikar 250 humidifiers 2 and a Xikar digital hygrometer. That is what I use on my desktop model without any trouble. It does come with humidifiers and a hygrometer but, Like I said, I already have a tried and true method so I am going to stick with that. Good luck and enjoy the hobby. Thanks Famous!