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post #1 of 28 Old 01-14-2016, 10:22 AM Thread Starter
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Winador question

Hey fellas!

So ive got an eye on a 30 bottle limit wine cooler.
To transform it into a wineador, do i need a fan in there to circulate the air? Any ideas
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Hey fellas!

So ive got an eye on a 30 bottle limit wine cooler.
To transform it into a wineador, do i need a fan in there to circulate the air? Any ideas
A fan will certainly help to keep the rh consistent throughout the winedor. There are a plethora of threads here that deal with all of the specifics. Is the model you're looking at thermoelectric or does it have a condenser?
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A fan will certainly help to keep the rh consistent throughout the winedor. There are a plethora of threads here that deal with all of the specifics. Is the model you're looking at thermoelectric or does it have a condenser?
Hmm good question. Its on a classified site. Ill have to look into it.
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fans will defiantly help with air circulation to help keep a consistent RH. with its size i would guess its a compressor unit. even if it is a compressor you can still use it as long as you dont plug it in and run the compressor. so if you dont have problems with temperature and can get a good deal on it go with it!

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fans will defiantly help with air circulation to help keep a consistent RH. with its size i would guess its a compressor unit. even if it is a compressor you can still use it as long as you dont plug it in and run the compressor. so if you dont have problems with temperature and can get a good deal on it go with it!
I do need it for temp control as my living arrangement at this tine is not air conditionned. So this summer i need my sticks in a controled environent..


Do the newair units they have on amazon any good for my situation? Ones with cedar trays and whole kit ?!?
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I do need it for temp control as my living arrangement at this tine is not air conditionned. So this summer i need my sticks in a controled environent..


Do the newair units they have on amazon any good for my situation? Ones with cedar trays and whole kit ?!?
newair actually makes wineadors with the drawers and shelves

NewAir CC-280E - Cigar Cooler

http://www.walmart.com/ip/48891818?w...913154&veh=sem

all you will need is your humidity media some hygrometers and maybe some fans for circulation!

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I have a Newair 280E and am very happy with it. Very quiet, comes with 4 shelves and 2 drawers and with a 9x13 tray of KL, maintains Rh of 62-63% like a champ with a temp of 65F
Check Air n water and wayfair- sometimes you can get them for a steal.
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I have been looking at the Whynter winador on Amazon. I have already filled my 100 ct desk humi and bought some Tupperware. I do like this setup for my office.
http://www.amazon.com/Whynter-CHC-251S-Stainless-Cooler-Humidor/dp/B00KO90H6Y/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1453378082&sr=8-1&keywords=winador
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I have been looking at the Whynter winador on Amazon. I have already filled my 100 ct desk humi and bought some Tupperware. I do like this setup for my office.
Amazon.com: Whynter CHC-251S Stainless Steel Cigar Cooler Humidor, 2.5 Cubic Feet: Appliances
Thats a nice one! 700$ canadian for me. Might have o get the smaller version but im scared my stock has outgrown it already... Which isn't so bad hehe 😎😎
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[QUOTE=drunktoad;3793402]Thats a nice one! 700$ canadian for me. Might have o get the smaller version but im scared my stock has outgrown it already... Which isn't so bad hehe 😎😎[/QUOTE


I was originally looking at the smaller one but quickly realized I would outgrow it way too quick!
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