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It's drop dead gorgeous G!


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Very nice, I envy you! Hope you enjoy it for many years. How many boxes do you approximate that it will hold?


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Damn that's a nice cabinet, kinda makes my coolidor look like sh*t
 
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Originally posted by Elektrik Effekt:
...thank you for sharing it with all of us! Smile


Sharing with you gentlemen, such an exciting and extensive project like this one, was my pleasure. Needless to say, your various comments along the way were greatly appreciated.

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I hope delivery isn't to far.


The shop is located approximately forty minutes from my residence. The shelves, mouldings, doors and back wall will be removed prior to delivery.

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How many boxes do you approximate that it will hold?


Difficult to say, as it all depends on the size of the boxes and such. You also want to avoid overfilling the cabinet.

The bottom shelf is reserved for cigar jars.
 
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that. is. sick. (in the good way)
 
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Did that beautiful humi make it safe and sound. It better have!!


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Very very nice bosshog, Im very impressed.
What is the name of that stain?
 
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Did that beautiful humi make it safe and sound. It better have!!


Yes it did my fellow brother. Although, it was quite tricky getting it down to the basement lounge area.

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What is the name of that stain?


It is manufactured by Woodwright and it is called Rich Tobacco.
 
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"Rich Tobacco"how fitting.


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Love to see some pictures of it in your new room..


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As you will eventually see, no expense was spared in making this project.[/QUOTE]

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SPANISH CEDAR = $489.00.........SOLID MAPLE = $290.64.........."HUMINATOR MEDIUM" HUMIDIFIER = €689.00...........STAIN = 37.99.............custom totalmente a mano holygrail of humidors = PRICELESS
 
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VERY NICE INDEED!


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Awesome humidor BossHog. You must be very proud of it. It's going to look even better once its filled with cigars too...


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UPDATE:

The cabinet has been in my possession for slightly over a week now. The Huminator system is functioning impeccably, maintaining the same level of relative humidity throughout.

Stain 8

Filling up the humidor was somewhat overwhelming. The logistics of it all. Utilizing as much space while ensuring not to overfill the humidor. Luckily, I was able to store all of my full boxes and jars, which is what I was hoping for.
 
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She sure is a thing of beauty!
 
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