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post #21 of 26 Old 11-13-2017, 04:00 PM
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Does anyone know what price for these is at BB&B? They dont have them listed on their website, and closest one to me is about 20 miles. Thanks


$12 or $13 last time I checked. Most walk-in BB&Bís donít have the 7 liter containers, mainly stock the next size down with purple clasps not the blue. These are what i use and they hold a ton of cigars!


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$12 or $13 last time I checked. Most walk-in BB&Bís donít have the 7 liter containers, mainly stock the next size down with purple clasps not the blue. These are what i use and they hold a ton of cigars!


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Thanks very much for info. I guess price is same then as container store and target (unless you can find one in stock and use 20% off coupon at BB&B)
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I just had opened the container before taking the picture...
I blame the inexpensive hygrometer I have, it's running higher because that is what you get from inexpensive amazon hygrometers...I have tested it with my calibrated dial hygrometer. It's relatively 5-6%+...meh.
if you have 75% boveda packs in the container and it is under 70% inside the container the container is not air tight otherwise it would be 75% in the container as well. i would go with 65% because you have some room for error where the humidity can go up or down some and not effect the cigars

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post #24 of 26 Old 11-13-2017, 05:16 PM
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I just wanted to share this with everyone, I have some cedar liner on the bottom, and about 45 cigars stored in this Sistema container that I purchased from The Container Store for $12.99. It works well, air tight and with 2 boveda packs (75%) it runs about 70%. Totally worth it.
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Clean that mess up, bro.
Mix in a tray or two.
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@HaydenBradbury - you need to check out this thread to get your stuff in order: https://www.puff.com/forums/vb/want-s...lip-trays.html Made by our very own Puffer @JtAv8tor

Then, your penance is: Smoke two good cigars and report back when organized.

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post #25 of 26 Old 11-13-2017, 05:52 PM
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$12 or $13 last time I checked. Most walk-in BB&B’s don’t have the 7 liter containers, mainly stock the next size down with purple clasps not the blue. These are what i use and they hold a ton of cigars!


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I can confirm this. When I bought my 7-liter KlipIt a few years back, it was in stock with many others at the nearest BB&B about 5 miles from me. However, recently I bought another one across the river in Portland, and I had to call and have it placed on hold. IIRC, it was $12.95-ish, somewhere in there. It was the only one that they had in 7-liter size. It was for my father to set up his own tupperdore.

He still hasn't set it up, either.
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post #26 of 26 Old 11-13-2017, 07:54 PM
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I got a set of the little 4.2 cup ones too. They are great for holding some pipe tobacco sample bags or for a traveldor if you aren't carrying Churchills or lanceros.

Also these Komax are nice for longer term storage - 11.5l for $22. Most of the other larger ones are ill-shaped for cigar storage.

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