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    In case you didn't see it....someone has granted your wish for Butternut...if you're still looking.

    In case you didn't see it....someone has granted your wish for Butternut...if you're still looking.
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    First timer

    It really depends on the seal. This will determine whether or not it will hold in the humidity. I've never used a cigar box as a humidor but others have. Here's a thread you may find helpful: http://www.clubstogie.com/vb/showthread.php?t=26504&highlight=cigar+box
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    Who Have You Herfed With???

    Mostly the "Philly Crew" and a few others... 68TriShield Bhudson57 BobbyRity Bonggoy BubbaNJ Danbreeze DJWells DriftyGypsy germantown rob GrtndwrflOZ GTS21 joed justinphilly Lance pnubutrsangwich Raisin Redbaron Yourchoice :ss
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    Looking for a member here named Grant

    and he went on a cruise in Alaska. http://www.clubstogie.com/vb/showthread.php?t=168664&highlight=alaska
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    Post your Coolerdor!!

    Here's 104 tips and "inspirations" for ya: http://www.clubstogie.com/vb/search.php?searchid=3918424 :) I'm just too lazy to take a picture of mine tonight. It's full of beads, boxes, trays, a hygro. and cigars, and it serves the purpose. Filler-up and enjoy!
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    Dry Boxing?

    I have used dry boxing for awhile now. I put several cigars in a small travel humidor, with 60% beads, for at least 3-4 days. Here's a few threads that discuss this if you want to check them out: http://www.clubstogie.com/vb/search.php?searchid=3918306
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    Cigars in Tubes

    ...especially the same question. elderboy '02...I saw that you asked the same question back in June and you got some good answers. http://www.clubstogie.com/vb/showthread.php?t=165244&highlight=tubes...same title too. :confused: FYI...I keep 'em in the tubes and they are fine. ;)
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    Reliable Hygro?

    I have one of these: http://www.cigarmony.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=82 and two of these: http://heartfeltindustries.com/products.asp?cat=10 ( the rectangular adjustable one). I am please with both and the vendors are members here at CS.
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    Another Heartfelt thread

    I agree...Heartfelt and Dave are top notch! Just for future reference or in case anyone didn't know, there's a Calculator for buying beads. Good luck stablizing your humi.
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    Joe...I sent DBall your end of the NST for Pipes. I didn't want him going without some tobacco...

    Joe...I sent DBall your end of the NST for Pipes. I didn't want him going without some tobacco samples after sending you his end.
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    Send off!!

    Will do! Wishing them a safe tour and speedy return!
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    Newbie cigar smoker.

    You shouldn't need a fan for that size. Once you get all those things and some cigars, you'll be all set. Then you can start thinking about your next humidor/coolidor purchase! :) Welcome to Club Stogie! Reminder: Don't mix the flavoreds with the nonflavoreds.
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    cedar for lining needed

    Have you tried Rockler woodworking?
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    Between St Augustine and Daytona

    Looks like I have 3 choices in St Augustine...St Jorge Tobacco, Stogies Jazz and Blues Bar, and The St. Augustine Tobacco Company. Thanks guys for the info.
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    Between St Augustine and Daytona

    I'm heading down to my place in Palm Coast at the end of the month for 2 weeks. Any good cigar/tobacco shops in the area? I've read there are some places in St. Augustine...not sure where. I'll definitely be smoking a few at the pier in Flagler! :tu
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    Xikars are great, just don't drop them!

    Edit: As mentioned... You could probably send it back for a new one. I believe they have a lifetime warranty.
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    Just Got My MRN!!

    You got a great one there...enjoy it! BTW...when I first opened the cover of mine, I swore I could smell "barnyard". :)
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    hygrometer testing

    It matches the temperature on my thermostat.
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    hygrometer testing

    Couldn't you just take them both out of the Vino and check them against a regular indoor thermometer?
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    Removing smell from humidor

    Leave it open preferably outside for awhile. I've also had success with baking soda. Pour it into a bowl and close the lid for a few days to a week. Flavored cigar smells are tough to get rid of.
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