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post #21 of 28 Old 01-22-2016, 10:29 PM
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I just ordered the Whynter 120. I was tempted for the bigger one but this will fit in my office much better. I also ordered another drawer for it which should increase storage. I have some Acid's that I will keep in my desktop. I have a block of five 10 count Acid cigarillo tins coming next week. Can I leave those in the tins in the humidor or remove?
I have some Cuban turbos that I just removed the cap and left them in the humidor- more exposure to the existing climate within the humidor, although I do leave the boxes intact but if the cigars have cello, I have started following curmedgeonista's idea and snip the cello on both ends.
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post #22 of 28 Old 01-22-2016, 11:06 PM
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I have some Cuban turbos that I just removed the cap and left them in the humidor- more exposure to the existing climate within the humidor, although I do leave the boxes intact but if the cigars have cello, I have started following curmedgeonista's idea and snip the cello on both ends.
Wasn't me. Maybe that was @Cigary.

Hardly any of my cigars came with cellos.
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Wasn't me. Maybe that was @Cigary.

Hardly any of my cigars came with cellos.
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Sorry, was under the influence of this puppy!!

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I'm looking at the NewAir wineador. I have a NewAir wine cooler now and love it.

For a humidor this size, I want something like the Cigar Oasis Plus or something similar.

My question is, how can I run the power cord for the humidifier through the wineador? How have others done this?


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post #26 of 28 Old 01-23-2016, 04:23 PM
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I'm looking at the NewAir wineador. I have a NewAir wine cooler now and love it.

For a humidor this size, I want something like the Cigar Oasis Plus or something similar.

My question is, how can I run the power cord for the humidifier through the wineador? How have others done this?


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I guess you can go the drill-n-fill route to run cords. But, honestly, it's probably not necessary. Beads or KL work great in a typical wineador like the 2.5 cf ready-to-run cigar fridges from Whynter and NewAir that are popular among Puffers these days. Those are about the equivalent of a 28 bottle conversion wineador.
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post #27 of 28 Old 01-23-2016, 04:27 PM
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I just purchased the Whynter 1.2 winador and will be using kitty litter for humidification. It really sounds like a no brainer to use and much cheaper than anything else
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post #28 of 28 Old 01-23-2016, 04:33 PM
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This is what I got the Hydra , no need to drill , the power line it's flat come with the unit ..work great
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