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  1. #501
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    Took some update pictures a few weeks back.




    Yay! Cigars!

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    [QUOTE=Mizicke5273;179341]Took some update pictures a few weeks back.

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    You sir should be shot LOL. Nice
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    Yeah.....you guys are such a bad influence around here!


    Yay! Cigars!

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    After many months of using a tupperware I gave into buying one. Got a good deal on ebay for $25. I think it'll hold ~75 stogies.



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    I have three humidors at this point. The first one pictured is the 100 count 5 Vegas CI special, the second one pictured I believe is a 20 count, the third is at my office but it is a 75 count that is loaded with many duplicates that you see in the 100 count.

    Top shelf of 100 count.
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    Bottom of 100 count.
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    20 count.
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    Bottom row of the 20 count.
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  6. Default Just starting out

    This is all I'm working with right now, pretty basic. I just got the humidor a week ago, it is a 50 count by Cuban Crafters. I am somewhat new to cigars and just bought a few of the cheaper 5 packs on cbid to test out some different smokes.
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    Hey Guys,

    This is my collection / Humidor!























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  8. Default Unique cristal champagne box custom humidor

    This is my custom cristal champagne box humidor. It will hold 40+ cigars and is one of only 2 made! It is currently for sale on ebay, come check it out!!!130725042506

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    Quote Originally Posted by DANNYVEGAS View Post
    This is my custom cristal champagne box humidor. It will hold 40+ cigars and is one of only 2 made! It is currently for sale on ebay, come check it out!!!130725042506

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    Dumbass, use the advertisement section so we can flame your 1 hit wonder sale post...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DANNYVEGAS View Post
    This is my custom cristal champagne box humidor. It will hold 40+ cigars and is one of only 2 made! It is currently for sale on ebay, come check it out!!!130725042506

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    I want to be the envy of all my friends. PM sent!

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    Thought I would post pics of my wineador in here. It has bloodwood fronts and a marinelock brand lock to keep people out of there who shouldn't be in there. Pretty sure I'm the only college student with a wineador in his dorm room!






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    Cool

    Thought I'd chime in and show off my tupperdor. Nothing fancy. Heartfelt 65% medium tube to humidify. 1.5 Gal Rubbermaid food container from Wal-Mart. A bunch of cheap smokes from cigarbid dot com and some nicer smokes bought at the local B&M or given to me by my smoking/poker buddies. Bought some weather seal today to build a larger tupperdor, and am thinking about trying to seal this one better. Not sure I need to though. Still don't have a hygrometer so I'm not sure how well it's holding humidity... An adjustable hygrometer is the next thing on my list to buy. Assuming the beads are doing their job for now. No big issues from most of what I've smoked out of it, so I think the beads are working right. Holds about 80 sticks comfortably, most of them churchills and toros.

    Also have some Backwoods gas station cigars I'm keeping in there. You can see the corner of them on the left in the bottom picture...

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    nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben_P View Post
    Thought I'd chime in and show off my tupperdor. Nothing fancy. Heartfelt 65% medium tube to humidify. 1.5 Gal Rubbermaid food container from Wal-Mart. A bunch of cheap smokes from cigarbid dot com and some nicer smokes bought at the local B&M or given to me by my smoking/poker buddies. Bought some weather seal today to build a larger tupperdor, and am thinking about trying to seal this one better. Not sure I need to though. Still don't have a hygrometer so I'm not sure how well it's holding humidity... An adjustable hygrometer is the next thing on my list to buy. Assuming the beads are doing their job for now. No big issues from most of what I've smoked out of it, so I think the beads are working right. Holds about 80 sticks comfortably, most of them churchills and toros.

    Also have some Backwoods gas station cigars I'm keeping in there. You can see the corner of them on the left in the bottom picture...

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    Been their dune that.
    It works i had 2 just like it for a few weeks till they got full.






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    Thought I'd post some pics of my converted curio cabinet. Got rid of the glass shelves and made Spanish cedar shelves. Added a auto humidistat controlled Honeywell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sailor71 View Post
    Thought I'd post some pics of my converted curio cabinet. Got rid of the glass shelves and made Spanish cedar shelves. Added a auto humidistat controlled Honeywell.
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    Very cool idea!

    I'd do the same but my wife collects pottery and if I tried to convert one of her 3 (or is it 4.....) cabinets I'd wake up in a hospital with a cast iron frying pan imprint on my face!

    I'm going to keep my eyes open for one to do this with if my collection grows any more (who am I kidding, that 's a "when" not an "if"....LOL) but something tells me I won't get away with converting it unless I do it all while she's not around. And even then, I'd get shit for doing so to a cabinet she could use.

    How well does it seal and did you have to do something to it to make it seal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CptnBlues63 View Post
    Very cool idea!

    I'd do the same but my wife collects pottery and if I tried to convert one of her 3 (or is it 4.....) cabinets I'd wake up in a hospital with a cast iron frying pan imprint on my face!

    I'm going to keep my eyes open for one to do this with if my collection grows any more (who am I kidding, that 's a "when" not an "if"....LOL) but something tells me I won't get away with converting it unless I do it all while she's not around. And even then, I'd get shit for doing so to a cabinet she could use.

    How well does it seal and did you have to do something to it to make it seal?
    I was wondering about the seal too? Looks awesome!!

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    I have not bothered putting any seal on it. The door closes really tight. With 3 calibrated humidity gauges (bottom,middle and top shelf) it consistently maintains between 69-73 (bottom to top). I have the cabinet in my basement. The brother in law was throwing the cabinet out.

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    Here's a pic of my coffee table humidor. My wife got it for me for Christmas two years ago. I'm having a heck of a time keeping it filled though.





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