Design Your Electronic Cigar Humidor
1. Choose Your Cabinet
Things to Consider
- Determine exactly where the humidor will be located
- If you’re placing the humidor where the temperature will affect your humidity control, consider a cigar cabinet with temperature control.
- You will want to make sure that the cigar humidor or cabinet meshes with your style and home décor.
- Decide if you will purchase a standard cabinet or need to design a custom cabinet, a built-in humidor cabinet or cigar lockers.
- Based on your cigar collection, choose the interior components. Storing loose cigars? You’ll need components like bins with dividers. Looking for long-term box storage? Choose interior components like shelves. Both bins and shelves work in end tables, armoires, and displays.
2. Pick Your System
Next, choose the type of cigar humidification system for your humidor cabinet. All of our cigar cabinets are equipped with a standard electronic analog system. You can upgrade your system to our Guardian digital system or opt for our Climatech system, which includes temperature control along with humidification. All systems provide worry-free cigar storage for your prized collection.
3. Determine Your Cabinet Style
Your new cigar furniture should match your taste. We build contemporary or traditional furniture styles, or can design just about anything to meet your expectations! Message our sales team 24/7 and we’ll get in touch!
Not fond of these styles? We’ll design and build a custom humidor that meets any style. Contact us to discuss your dream cigar cabinet:
(888) 812-4427 | [email protected]
Vigilant offers four lines of cigar humidors, all varying in size, capacity and attributes:
End Table Humidors
4. Wood & Finish
- It is resistant to decay, warping, mold, and mildew
- It is grown in the same environment as tobacco and therefore has similarities
- Custom wood types include: Cherry, Walnut, Oak, Red Oak, White Oak, Maple, Birds Eye Maple, Bamboo
- Mahogany lines the CABINETS
- Spanish cedar lines the DRAWERS. Loose cigars stored in drawers should be next to Spanish cedar as its aroma marries with the tobacco to enhance the taste.
- Standard finishes include Harvest, Chestnut, Espresso, and Ebony
- Custom finishes are available for a fee
- Interior wood is left unfinished so it can absorb and hold the humidity to maintain homeostasis