Davidoff has two new color options available in its travel humidors, a darker model geared towards the businessperson, and a lighter option that is an exclusive release for the Davidoff of Geneva — since 1911 retail stores.

The Davidoff Travel Humidor Business offers a knitted jacquard fabric that the company calls “a reinterpretation of modern tweed for a stylish and elegant look.” It comes with a black leather strap on the front for security and portability and is designed to pair with the formal elegance of a business suit.

Released as a store exclusive, the Davidoff Travel Humidor “Davidoff of Geneva since 1911” Stores Exclusive is a tribute to the stores and cigar lounges that bear the company’s name and is said to be inspired by their cosy, sophisticated and modern atmosphere. A beige Tuscany fabric and brown, recycled bonded leather were selected and are evocative of the lounge chairs found in the stores, while orange fabric accents add a stylish twist. This design is limited in production, individually numbered and only available in Davidoff of Geneva — since 1911 stores across the world.

Inside of the pouch is a flexible, fabric interior tray that can accommodate up to eight cigars of different sizes while still providing protection during travel. In between each space for a cigar is a piece of that fabric that has been folded over, which allows for the channels to contract and expand depending on the ring gauge of the cigar being placed in it.

Both of the new designs began launching globally at the end of October and come with a Boveda humidification pack. Pricing was not announced in the press release, and a representative from Davidoff has not yet replied to an email asking about that. Previous designs have ranged in the $299 to $350 range.

Images courtesy of Davidoff, © Oettinger Davidoff AG 2018. Used with permission. 

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