ARTURO FUENTE THE MAN HUMIDOR


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ARTURO FUENTE THE MAN HUMIDOR

As the name implies, it’s a humidor made to honor the late Carlos Fuente Sr. It measures 15 inches wide by 8 1/8 tall and 10 3/4 inches deep. Fuente advertises the humidor as being capable of holding up to 150 cigars, which actually seems to be a bit less than what I was able to fit in the humidor. Like most large desktop humidors, it includes a tray that allows for separation within the main storage area. But that’s not all; on the back lower side of the humidor, there’s a separate compartment. It’s opened by pressing a button that is a copy of Fuente Sr.’s fingerprint. Firmly press the fingerprint—or really anywhere on the bottom tray—and a drawer pops open.

The drawer is made to mimic Fuente Sr.’s practice of hiding cigars in secret stashes from his family. That tray is rated to hold 14 toro-sized cigars, though I’d say 13 might be more realistic.

The humidor comes in an attractive display box and also includes a single traditional brick-style humidifier, a tray with handle, a removable divider for the lower main compartment and two keys. Of note, there’s no included hygrometer.

It was designed by Manny Iriarte.

 

 

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ARTURO FUENTE THE MAN HUMIDOR

As the name implies, it’s a humidor made to honor the late Carlos Fuente Sr. It measures 15 inches wide by 8 1/8 tall and 10 3/4 inches deep. Fuente advertises the humidor as being capable of holding up to 150 cigars, which actually seems to be a bit less than what I was able to fit in the humidor. Like most large desktop humidors, it includes a tray that allows for separation within the main storage area. But that’s not all; on the back lower side of the humidor, there’s a separate compartment. It’s opened by pressing a button that is a copy of Fuente Sr.’s fingerprint. Firmly press the fingerprint—or really anywhere on the bottom tray—and a drawer pops open.

The drawer is made to mimic Fuente Sr.’s practice of hiding cigars in secret stashes from his family. That tray is rated to hold 14 toro-sized cigars, though I’d say 13 might be more realistic.

The humidor comes in an attractive display box and also includes a single traditional brick-style humidifier, a tray with handle, a removable divider for the lower main compartment and two keys. Of note, there’s no included hygrometer.

It was designed by Manny Iriarte.

 

 

ARTURO FUENTE THE MAN HUMIDOR

As the name implies, it’s a humidor made to honor the late Carlos Fuente Sr. It measures 15 inches wide by 8 1/8 tall and 10 3/4 inches deep. Fuente advertises the humidor as being capable of holding up to 150 cigars, which actually seems to be a bit less than what I was able to fit in the humidor. Like most large desktop humidors, it includes a tray that allows for separation within the main storage area. But that’s not all; on the back lower side of the humidor, there’s a separate compartment. It’s opened by pressing a button that is a copy of Fuente Sr.’s fingerprint. Firmly press the fingerprint—or really anywhere on the bottom tray—and a drawer pops open.

The drawer is made to mimic Fuente Sr.’s practice of hiding cigars in secret stashes from his family. That tray is rated to hold 14 toro-sized cigars, though I’d say 13 might be more realistic.

The humidor comes in an attractive display box and also includes a single traditional brick-style humidifier, a tray with handle, a removable divider for the lower main compartment and two keys. Of note, there’s no included hygrometer.

It was designed by Manny Iriarte.