My Cabinet Humidor Project

I don't profess to be a master cabinet maker  - nor do I claim to be a cigar connoisseur.  The two however do give me great enjoyment.  Having filled my three desktop humidors . . . and the large "coolerdor" - I thought why not build my own.  And while I am at it . . . why not try to come up with a way to take care of  that temperature problem that I always have in keeping the cigars below 80 degrees.  So, the design of this cabinet will include thermo-electric cooling and the Oasis for humidity.


07-18-06 UPDATE:  As some have asked - no I am not done.  Work on the cabinet has slowed to a crawl as I make some changes, gather some parts and most importantly - summer time is pretty busy with work, the house, etc etc.  So just check back later - hopefully I can find some time to get some work done on it.

11/10/06 UPDATE:  Work on the cabinet has been minimal.  I did get the two new fans in for the hot side.  Both are rated at 236 CFM so if they don't do it nothing will.  I did spend the day installing those fans and doing some testing.  At this point I am going to go with it.  With the room at 72 degrees - the cabinet cooled down to 66 degrees in a short time so I adjusted the thermostat to reflect an on temp of 75 degrees and a shut off of 70 degrees.  So now I am ready to go ahead and get the finish on it!

This is a work in progress and pictures will be uploaded at various points of the project until complete.


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"Eating and sleeping are the only activities that should be allowed
to interrupt a man's enjoyment of his cigar."
- Mark Twain