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New House = New Humidor
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Otter
Posted 3/3/2022 2:15 PM (#790442)
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I splurged and bought one of the Newair 1,500 count Humidors. I knew going in that it wouldn't hold 1,500 cigars the rule of thumb is to half that number. I've had it since late January. During the move, I put all of my sticks into a Yeti cooler with some Boveda packs and trusted the movers, they got here safe and sound and I loaded them into the Newair. I took these pics after loading it up - since then I've added more so I'm a little over 500 sticks in and I think it could probably hold another 100-150 or so easily.

I didn't have my first stick until yesterday and it is dialed in - I set the temp at 68 and humidity at 65. Since the humidor will heat and cool this seems to be a pretty good setting so far - time will tell!


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Posted 3/3/2022 2:54 PM (#790444 - in reply to #790442)
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Very curious to hear how you like this long term. I've thought if I ever upgrade storage it's to something like this that controls temp and humidity.

Also appreciate hearing what you did to move the collection. Contemplating a move this year and had similar thoughts about how to move them.
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Posted 3/3/2022 3:48 PM (#790447 - in reply to #790442)
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That a very nice humi Jay
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Posted 3/3/2022 4:37 PM (#790448 - in reply to #790442)
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Sweet set up!
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Posted 3/3/2022 4:44 PM (#790449 - in reply to #790442)
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Very nice! I see you got a box of the Dunbarton Tobacco and Trust JR 50th Anniversary. I already broke into it... couldnt resist.
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Posted 3/3/2022 5:10 PM (#790450 - in reply to #790442)
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NICE - very nice - ENJOY!!!!!
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Posted 3/3/2022 5:30 PM (#790453 - in reply to #790442)
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Man that looks super sick! Congrats!
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Posted 3/4/2022 6:08 AM (#790462 - in reply to #790447)
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Very nice I only wish.It would cost me my first born in the GWN.
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Posted 3/4/2022 11:38 AM (#790469 - in reply to #790462)
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top shelf brother!
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Posted 3/4/2022 11:50 AM (#790471 - in reply to #790442)
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Very impressive!
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Posted 3/4/2022 2:54 PM (#790477 - in reply to #790449)
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arrow34 - 3/3/2022 4:44 PM

Very nice! I see you got a box of the Dunbarton Tobacco and Trust JR 50th Anniversary. I already broke into it... couldnt resist.


Too much to do with the move - but their time is coming lol
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junglepete
Posted 3/5/2022 12:23 AM (#790478 - in reply to #790442)
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Nice set up you have there. Enjoy both the new house and the new humidor!
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ntanner
Posted 3/5/2022 9:06 AM (#790479 - in reply to #790442)
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Very nice. I love the temp control, nothing like taking a cool cigar out on a hot summer day.
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Posted 3/5/2022 11:02 AM (#790483 - in reply to #790442)
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Very nice. I'm interested to know how many cigars you ended up being able to put in there. I have a tower humidor that comfortably fits about 2/3 the number that is usually posted on sale sites for the humidor. I guess you are supposed to only put unboxed coronas in a humidor to reach its max capacity number.
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