The retro look of this humidor cabinet design is reminiscent of the Art Deco era. The entire cabinet interior is lined in Spanish Cedar. The two lower doors enclose a storage area for boxed cigars, while the cabinet top flips open to reveal a trayed storage area for individual cigars.
Humidity is regulated by an electronic humidification system located on a slide-out shelf behind the doors. As an option, provision can be made to store a cutter and lighter in the tray. The top lid and lower doors can each lock independently.
Total storage capacity is 1200 to 1500 cigars, depending on individual length and ring gauge.
The woods used in the creation of this design are typically FSC certified as being derived from sustainable sources.
This is verified by independent third party audits under Smartwood certificate #SW-COC-000055.
All glues used are non-UF (urea formaldehyde) while the water based finish is low-VOC (volatile organic compound) and is doctor recommended even for those with chemical sensitivities.
It is for these reasons that this design is Greenspec listed at my website.
The Diego Humidor is also consistent with the sustainability standards set out by the U.S. Green Building Council's stringent LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) program, namely the MR-7 Credit for certified wood use; the EQ Credit 4.1 for Low Emitting Solvents and Materials; and the EQ Credit 4.2 for Low Emitting Materials, Paints and Coatings.
Dimensions: 27-3/8"w x 18-1/4"d x 49-3/4" high