At Cigar World, we love a good desktop humidor. These relatively small, often budget-friendly products look great in a home or office setting. And, if well-maintained, they should last you for years! 

However, there reaches a certain point in every cigar lover's life when they simply have to upgrade. If you find yourself stashing extra cigars that don’t fit into your regular humidor in Tupperware containers, then the time has come to invest in a bigger home for your cigars. 

Thankfully, we’ve put together the ideal buyer’s guide so you can find the large humidor that’s just right for you. 

The Scottsdale End Table Humidor

Part of the charm of this humidor is that it doubles as a lovely piece of furniture. The Scottsdale End Table Humidor has a handsome, timeless look, plus a bottom panel that you can use to store books, magazines, or –– get this –– another smaller humidor! This 300-count beauty also has a glass panel top so you can always see your favorite smokes. Expect to pay between $350 and $520 for a humidor of this quality. 

The Bolivar Cigar Humidor

When most people picture a large humidor, they probably imagine something close to The Bolivar. This is a classic cabinet-style humidor with a pleasing cherry-wood exterior finish and gorgeous Spanish cedar trays on the interior. Plus, it includes six humidifying units and can hold up to 1,000 cigars. For around $500, you could do a lot worse!

Balthazar End Table Humidor  

Note: the Balthazar End Table Humidor is not your father’s end table. It holds between 500-1,000 cigars (depending on size); it includes an instrument panel with a hygrometer and a thermometer, and its locking glass lid allows easy access. This is a fabulous piece, but it will run you north of $900. 

NewAir 840 Count Electric Humidor

Last but certainly not least is the NewAir Electric Humidor. This gorgeous humidor is an ideal selection for serious cigar lovers. Not only does it hold 840 cigars, but it comes with a built-in humidification system and Opti-Temp technology for complete temperature control. If you want a serious upgrade to a top-of-the-line humidor, look no further than the NewAir Electric Humidor. The price is around $2,000. 

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