Outside your window, the sea continues its endless waving.
Up . . . and down. Up . . . and down. Up . . . down.
“Time to light up another cigar. Now, which one shall it be? A full-bodied maduro-wrap, or maybe just something a bit more toasty and light? Or maybe I’ll just close my eyes and grab one at random. I guess I’ll just open the old humidor and see what I’ve got in there . . .”
“Wait. What’s that? Of course! I’ve got a porthole in my humidor! I don’t have to open it to browse my sticks. I can keep it closed, mull over my top tray selection, and avoid the loss of a few percentage points of humidity, because I’m absolutely mental when it comes to the condition inside my humidor. Speaking of which, let’s have a look at the ol’ exterior hygrometer.”
“Huh? ONE PERCENT OFF?! THIS CANNOT BE! NOW I HAVE TO THROW ALL 50 OF THESE CIGARS OVERBOARD!”
If only we sold OCD medication with these humidors . . .
Anyhow, as you’ve gathered from this little glimpse into our insanity, the Humidor Supreme Gangway Porthole Humidor has a very cool distinctive feature – a porthole! Folks seem to love being able to check on their cigars, even when in storage. And the nautical-styled porthole is probably the coolest way we’ve ever seen it done.
The Humidor Supreme Gangway Porthole Humidor features handsome ebony finishing, with linen on the exterior. The porthole itself is done in brass and glass. Other accents include quadrant hinges and brass hardware.
To keep your smokes securely stowed in peak condition, you’ve also got a humidifier and hygrometer. And Spanish cedar lining, along with a divider and a top tray, to cradle your precious sticks.
The seas are rough. Make sure your cargo is stored properly, aficionados.
- SureSeal Technology Standard
- Holds up to 100 Cigars
- Comes with Humidifier
- Scratch Resistant Felt Bottom
- Lined with Kiln Dried Spanish Cedar
- Solid Brass Quadrant-Hinges
- Engraveable Brass Nameplate