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Pictures Of Your Humi/Cabs/Coolidors

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» 1.) How long you have been building your collection?

Approx. 3 years.

» 2.) Approximately how many boxes you buy in a calendar year?

100 - 150.

» 3.) How much money you spend on cigars in a calendar year?

Depends on whether I buy more of the smaller vitolas or more of the bigger ones, but I'd say roughly 15 - 20 k.


Holy smokes. See what I did there? Awesome collection and something to shoot for. Three years... that's impressive


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go with a coolidor,nice bunch of cigars


One up'd the coolidor and got a winecooler for crazy cheap. Working on the cleanout/seasoning right now. 63867d4361b08b207f6088540142f14c.jpg


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6 minutes ago, Jimmy_jack said:


One up'd the coolidor and got a winecooler for crazy cheap. Working on the cleanout/seasoning right now. 63867d4361b08b207f6088540142f14c.jpg


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I love mine. 

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My continuously challenging set-up. The temp and RH levels shown were in the winter before I turned the cooler on and before all hell broke loose!

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I picked up my new rimowa travel Humidor today. It's nuts to spend so much but what the heck. It's a work of art.
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Mine as of late Oct 2016
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Joined this Aug and I've been a busy man


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I picked up my new rimowa travel Humidor today. It's nuts to spend so much but what the heck. It's a work of art.
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Very nice. Good pick up


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On 11/8/2016 at 5:49 AM, Lotusguy said:

I picked up my new rimowa travel Humidor today. It's nuts to spend so much but what the heck. It's a work of art.
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Quite nice.  Enjoy!

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Currently have:

Groucho (recently finished wineador)
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Winston (cabinet)
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JFK (desktop)
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I also have an unnamed coolidor for temporary storage until I can scrape up funds for a large cabinet.

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^Great looking setup! Man I'm jealous, would love to do that one of these days. Can't wait to see the finished product!

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My wineador is now so full I can barely close the door......I need a new apartment.

 

Tupps.

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I'm new to the forums but I'm floored by the collections. I have a modest collection but I'm still struggling here in vegas with my armoire humidor and will be going the Wynter cooler route as soon as they are back in stock at wayfair

 

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The current tetris arrangement ...

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On 2/22/2017 at 11:38 PM, davenoh said:

Not quite finished yet. I need shelves.  It was part of a recent home remodeling project so I could graduate from Rubbermaid bins.  LOL  It was a last minute idea, and I'm surprised my wife went along with it. :) 

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Do you have a finished product yet? looks great.

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On ‎5‎/‎11‎/‎2017 at 7:27 AM, semifan1 said:

Do you have a finished product yet? looks great.

Ummm....nope. :lol:  I'm a little slow, and went a little over budget on all the other house remodeling. LOL  Soon, I hope. :unsure:

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Here is my contribution. Posted it in a thread on one of the other sections. Late 1800s British cabinet. Has a picture of a man smoking a pipe on the front. Added glass to seal the open airways and silicone on all the corners. Lined with Spanish cedar and 1 inch thick Spanish cedar selves. Also added some led lights and magna oasis
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