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Wenge Humidor with Spanish Cedar Lining | 80 Churchills

Wenge Humidor with Spanish Cedar Lining | 80 Churchills

Regular price $525.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $525.00 USD
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Overall: 12.5" x 6" x 4"

Compartments" 2.75" x 2.75"

Dimensions: 16" x 9" x 6" Tall

Made with exotic Wenge wood on the exterior and lined with Spanish Cedar, it offers ample space for up to 80 Churchill-sized cigars.
The lift-out tray provides organized storage, while the smooth closure is ensured by 90 degree brass hinges, the humidor has an air tight seal when shut.
The humidor also includes 2 internal humidifiers and a precision digital hygrometer for optimal humidity control.
This stylish and practical accessory is a perfect gift for any cigar lover and can be personalized with a brass plate engraving.
Made from premium materials, this humidor offers long-lasting durability and easy maintenance for your cigar collection.

Seasoning the Humidor can take up to 14 days:
-Fill the internal humidifiers with distilled water or humidifying solution.
-Make sure humidifies are not overfilled if you are going to place them on the top plate
-You can 'overfill them' during the seasoning process by setting them on the bottom instead of the top plate.
-Place the internal humidifiers inside the humidor.
-Close the lid and let it sit for at least 24 hours to stabilize the humidity level.
-Check the humidity level with a hygrometer after 24 hours. Aim for a level of 70%.
-Adjust the amount of solution in the internal humidifiers as needed to maintain 70% humidity level.
-Once the desired level has been reached and maintained for several days, store cigars inside.

Spanish Cedar, also known as Cigar Box Cedar or Cedrela odorata, is a hardwood species native to Central and South America. Despite its name, Spanish Cedar is not a true cedar but a member of the mahogany family. The wood has a pale pink to reddish-brown color with a straight, uniform grain that gives it a smooth and consistent texture. It is a lightweight wood, with a specific gravity of 0.32 to 0.43. Spanish Cedar has a distinct, sweet fragrance that is often used to repel moths and insects, making it a popular choice for lining closets and storage boxes. The wood is also known for its natural resistance to decay and rot, making it a popular choice for outdoor applications such as decking, siding, and boatbuilding. Spanish Cedar is commonly used in the construction of humidors, as its moisture-resistant properties help to maintain a consistent humidity level. It is also used in furniture, cabinetry, and decorative trim due to its beautiful color and smooth texture. Spanish Cedar is highly prized for its unique combination of properties and versatility of use.

Wenge is a hardwood species native to the tropical regions of central and western Africa, and is particularly common in the Congo basin. Its scientific name is Millettia laurentii. The wood is dark brown, almost black in color with fine, closely spaced, pale yellow-brown veins that create a striking appearance. It is an extremely dense and heavy wood, with a specific gravity of 0.85 to 0.97, making it one of the heaviest and hardest woods available. Due to its high density, it is also very resistant to wear and tear, and has a high resistance to moisture and insect attacks. Wenge wood is commonly used in flooring, furniture, cabinetry, musical instruments, and as an accent wood in interior design. While wenge is a popular wood, it is also quite expensive, as it is difficult to work with and harvest.

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