jackupster

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About jackupster

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    Golf, cigars, beer....equally

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  1. As someone who puts a lot of miles (35-40k miles a year) on my rig, I am a solid believer in Toyota (Lexus). I have had several go 300K miles without any major malfunctions. Tires, brakes, filters and oil. You always get your money's worth and they are always at the top of the list for holding their value.
  2. If thats your ambient you are fine...leave it unplugged. Just keep rechaging the beads and buy more boxes! LOL. Is the drain plug still open? Sealing that might help a little too.
  3. I would just add more beads and Bovedas...The empty boxes wont help that much. Just keep recharging the beads until it comes up. The cigars are fine at 60-65rh so that shouldn't be concern. I would only worry if it drops below 58 or so. Are you running the the temp control and what is the ambient temp in the room?
  4. How full is your wineador? More beads or Bovedas would help. If your wineador is 50% or less full you will find it harder to hold RH IMO. Boxes and more beads and Bovedas act as a ballast to keep RH stable.
  5. Those are nice looking machines. Congrats! I am getting one from Santa this year. Luckily Santa (My Wife) and I are on a personal basis! He went with the Breville Barista Touch. I wanted one with a little more control than fully auto machines. This one has good reviews and I have 90 days to return if I dont like it. https://www.amazon.com/Breville-BES880BSS-Barista-Espresso-Stainless/dp/B078WMLXXG
  6. BTW I dont have to watch the battery levels...it tells me when it's almost dead! LOL
  7. These use the 2032 coin batteries...not nearly the power of a AA.
  8. Yes...The calibration was easy. My only complaint is they use the batteries pretty quick...every 2 months until I turned refresh rate down and now 3-4 months per battery.
  9. Their site claims to be +/- 1%. I used Boveda Calibration kit both times and they were spot on. https://store.wirelesstag.net/products/wireless-tag-13-bit-temperature-and-humidity
  10. I've found them to be pretty accurate. I calibrated them and checked it after 6 motnhs and still right on. What gives you that impression?
  11. I use Wireless Sensor Tags. They work great and seem to be really accurate. You need to have a Smart Hub on your WIFI to use them though.

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