When Your Cigar Collection Outgrows Your Tabletop Humidor's Capacity, It May Be Time for the Next Level
Shandana A. Durrani
From the Print Edition:
Tom Selleck, Winter 95/96
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Price: $2,995 / Grade: A+
Appearance: The unit has a nice finish and is made of quality wood. However, it looks like a minibar and there is no handle on the door.
Functionality: The unit functioned well. It used a small amount of water, considering its size, and came equipped with a digital hygrometer that gave similar readings to the Airguide digital hygrometer we used. The drawers rolled out effortlessly and hold a vast array of cigar sizes. The organization of the unit is flexible. And the unit is well insulated to ensure that your cigars stay fresh.
Price: $ 5,995 / Grade: B
Appearance: It is very appliance-like in appearance, but the wood is finished nicely. The doors of the unit need to be opened at a 180-degree angle in order to reach the drawer at the top of the unit. This results in a need for an additional 18 inches of clearance on the side.
Functionality: There isn't a lot of shelf space for ci- gars. But it does have a nice seal and high-quality insulation. The insulation and the lock give the user a sense of security. The cigars were maintained well in this unit. The LCD display tells you if the unit is not working properly or requires additional distilled water.
Price: $1,995 / Grade: B
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