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Message posted by rangerider on October-09-2008 at 18:06 - IP Logged
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About 15 years ago, I purchased a Davidoff #1 Humidor (140-170 cigars) for around $2,500. A huge sum of money for cigar storage, but I had some really expensive cigars, Partagas 150s, I wanted to preserve. That humidor has been keeping my cigars at 65-70% humidity for all these years and I only have to fill it with distilled water every 2 months or so.
I recently purchased a Cuban Crafters end table style humidor on eBay for storing boxes of cigars for $350 plus shipping. I was amazed at the quality for the money, even though they are made in China. With the addition of a Cigar Oasis XL Plus humidfyer, I now have great box storage for 400+ cigars.
Do yourself a favor get a Davidoff or Elie Bleu humidor so you can sleep in peace.

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yeap, better spend more on a good humidor than have all those troubles with low quality items.

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I prefer Cuban-made humidors, although Zino humidors are also good.

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for around $2,500
Oh, My! Those cigars should have been really expensive if you decided to buy such humidor. However, if it served you for 15 years, then it was definitely worth the money. I guess it is much more expensive nowadays.

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That is a huge sum of money to spend on a humidor, in my opinion. Though I understand that an aficionado would do whatever he/she has to do to protect his stogies and make them last as long as possible.

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Hello rangerider, I hope that humidor is still functioning. It's a ton of money, that's why it should be almost immortal.

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with the temp being super hot in central california, im going to invest in a wineador to keep them moist and cool.

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