Man, that's fun to say! And if you grab the Bally V 125-Cigar Glass Top Humidor, you'll be entitled to say it, too. If you don't buy it, however, you are not authorized to join in the bubinga party. Don't even try. It's a private club.
No bubinga for you!
So, why are we saying, "Bubinga?" Well, that's the finish that was put on this humidor. (Apparently, the wood is native to Africa and South America, so that's why you might not be too familiar with it.) Actually, the finish is bubinga, along with black ebony inlay, so it's a double whammy. We think the overall effect is quite fetching.
In addition to the coolest wood combo around, the Bally V 125-Cigar Glass Top Humidor features a see-through glass top (only the Devil's own humidor company makes glass tops that aren't see-through), a key lock to keep things safe, and an external analog hygrometer for humidity monitoring. Inside, you'll see Spanish cedar lining, and a removable tray with airflow grate.
But when you remove it, you'll find yet another grate lining the bottom!
Apparently, the Bally V 125-Cigar Glass Top Humidor is truly a GRATE humidor!
(Editor's note: We had this writer put to death for that pun. It won't happen again, we promise. We pride ourselves on grate descriptions, and won't accept anything less.)
( Editor's note: The old editor was also put to death for that. I intend to be the "grate-est" editor this company has ever seen!)
(Second Editor's note: Bodies are really piling up around here. We could probably use an airflow grate on our floor just to keep the stench from getting too bad. No joke.)
(Second Editor's note 2: What, you were expecting another death and editor replacement? How big do you think this company is?)
- Cigar Humidifier
- External Analog Hygrometer
- Beveled Glass Top
- Removable tray
- Holds up to 125 Cigars