Unfortunately, pictures simply can't do the Scottsdale justice. But I say this with confidence, this humidor will wind up right next to your favorite cigar chair. This 300-capacity humidor is a work of art, and is carefully crafted of solid wood. The pull-out drawer grants you access to a massive storage unit fully lined with premium, kiln-dried Spanish cedar which can be seen from above courtesy of a beveled glass top. The SureSeal Technology ensures proper closure and optimum humidity control. Need I say more?
Features include: - 300 cigar capacity - Fully lined with kiln-dried Spanish cedar - SureSeal Technology for optimized storage - Pull-out drawer access to storage space - Tempered, beveled glass top - Bottom panel for magazines, books, or another humidor - Analog hygrometer - Large rectangle humidifier - Antiqued brass hardware
Note: Price below includes oversized shipping charges.
“I love this humidor. It looks great, holds the humidity well, and holds lots of my favorite cigars. A very good investment.”
KW of Baltimore, MD
“Looks great. However, despite seasoning for two weeks I am having trouble reaching optimal humidifcation levels. Tried many methods and I'm stuck at 49%. Also, this unit arrived with a broken drawer and bent edges.”
NA of MEDINA, OH
“Looks good. Hard to hold humidity levels. I have 2 8oz Black Ice jars, 1 shot glass of distilled water, and 1 shot glass of Propylene Glycol and I can't break 50% RHM. Am I missing something?”
NA of MEDINA, OH
“Nice unit with no humidity problems. The only issue I have is the drawer doesn't pull all the way out, so accessing the back of the unit is difficult and there is a lot of wasted space.”
DM of WASHINGTON, DC
“Hello, Fellas I do not own one of these but you asked if you are missing something.
Question, did you cure it before use. Something someone showed me, take a CLEAN sponge and soak it with 70/70 and wipe all the CEDAR inside the Humi. Let it sit and rinse and repeat till it is stable at 70. Then you can use it. You have to do this with every Humi before use. Hope this helps.”
“Ok so here's the deal. This is a great humidor, but the design is inherently flawed. What you need to do to get this thing to live up to its potential is go to Walmart and buy some rope caulking for about 5 bucks or less and stick it in the corners all the way around the inside where the drawer shuts and voila, your humidor holds humidity. Easy fix and if you decide later you don't want the caulk there, it's removable.”