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Accessory Discussion / Reviews>Walk in humidor finally done
HollywoodQue 01:32 PM 01-31-2012
Looks fantastic
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cobra03 01:40 PM 01-31-2012
Thats redonk-u-nuts. Love it.
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andromalius 07:15 AM 02-03-2012
Originally Posted by ApexAZ:
This would be awesome. Hard to find basements in Phoenix though. Also, I am curious how people vent the smoke? I'd be worried about it stinking up the rest of the house.

To the O.P. -- Beautiful! I hope I can have something similar one day!
My smoke room has two vents that suck all the smoke outside. They do a great job to keep the smell from going to the rest of the house.
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andromalius 07:16 AM 02-03-2012
Originally Posted by Dave128:
That looks awesome! If it's not too personal, may I ask how much the kit cost?
The total cost was about $5,000. When I think to all the use the humidor is going to get in the coming years I think it was well worth it. :-)
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Dave128 07:58 AM 02-03-2012
Originally Posted by andromalius:
The total cost was about $5,000. When I think to all the use the humidor is going to get in the coming years I think it was well worth it. :-)
Not a bad investment for so much enjoyment!
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maconusmile 07:07 PM 02-09-2012
Very cool... I am wanting to do the same thing someday. I found a place on the net that ships kits just like that but the shipping was almost as much as the spanish cedar lumber. I am leaning more towards a self contained humidor now. I think we are going to be selling this house and buying a bigger one with a basement eventually. Then it is gonna be serious man cave with a walk in hopefully! Great job on the build!
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falconman515 12:34 AM 02-10-2012
One word ..... Jelous!

That's awesome brother.
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fencefixer 01:04 AM 02-10-2012
Originally Posted by falconman515:
One word ..... Jelous!

That's awesome brother.
Ditto.. you're a VERY lucky guy. :-)
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Zeuceone 02:13 AM 02-10-2012
Looks great but needs more cigar
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dwoodward 04:17 AM 02-10-2012
Originally Posted by Dave128:
Not a bad investment for so much enjoyment!
Also resale is a pretty good turn around for humidors if he decides to sell the house. He should at least make his money back if not more. Should be easy if the buyer is into cigars or would think about getting into them.
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MrClean 06:19 AM 02-10-2012
That's beautiful Jon!
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Mikes 06:47 AM 02-10-2012
Looks good now comes the hard part. Buying all of those new cigars to go in there ;o)
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Blak Smyth 07:03 AM 02-10-2012
Originally Posted by Digs:
very nice! Can you provide some details of you build
This is what we need!
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goomer 07:33 AM 02-10-2012
Awesome! I will have one once I retire and settle down in one house. Now I have pics and can prove to the wife that they really do exist!
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WittyUserName 07:39 AM 02-10-2012
Looks awesome, great job!!
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andromalius 04:59 PM 02-14-2012
Originally Posted by Zeuceone:
Looks great but needs more cigar

Originally Posted by Mikes:
Looks good now comes the hard part. Buying all of those new cigars to go in there ;o)
Tell me about it. :-) Most of the cigar boxes in there are actually empty. When the carpenters were done with the work they wanted to do a "photo op" with their creation and asked me to make it look as full as I could. That was the best I could do with the little inventory I have on hand. :-)
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tengel78 05:21 PM 02-14-2012
Very awesome.
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MarkinOR 05:45 PM 02-14-2012
That's a nice looking walk-in you have there Jon. Sweet set-up:-)

Here's a web page for those folks:

http://www.woodprojections.com/
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andromalius 08:09 PM 02-14-2012
Originally Posted by MarkinCA:
That's a nice looking walk-in you have there Jon. Sweet set-up:-)

Here's a web page for those folks:

http://www.woodprojections.com/
Yep, that's them. They gave me a better quote than the other company that bid on the job. I don't remember the name of that other company though.
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jan olanda 09:00 AM 09-29-2013
Very nice made!
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