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Approximately 1800 CC’s and a handful of NC’s. 

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I'd estimate 500-600 CC and 150 Non CC... 

And after reading others, all I keep hearing is:Image result for those are rookie numbers meme

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650 give or take a few. No where near enough 

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Just under 3000. (plus about 30 NC's lying around).

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I’m a newbie. Been at the cc thing for a few months. Kinda surprised to see I have over 300 cc already on top of quite a few Nicaraguans that will be very lonely. 

i think I now have a decent group of open boxes for rotation now and am buying boxes more w an eye to age them a bit. On to the second Coolidor!

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Question for those that spread sheet their inventory................

So every time you smoke a cigar you go in and subtract the one cigar you are about to blow smoke with? 👀

I thought this was supposed to be a relaxing hobby?  If I had to do work every time I wanted a cigar, where's the fun in that?

Alternative example on my end.....😎 (thought bubble over my hat rack when scouring for my next smoke) 

"Oh wow...the top layer of the box has 3 cigars missing, I better order another as soon as I'm done with this one"

:unknown:

 

 

 

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I do not know that. Chaotic storage and collection for more than 25 years...

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1 hour ago, Capt. Corona said:

Question for those that spread sheet their inventory................

So every time you smoke a cigar you go in and subtract the one cigar you are about to blow smoke with? 👀

I thought this was supposed to be a relaxing hobby?  If I had to do work every time I wanted a cigar, where's the fun in that?

Alternative example on my end.....😎 (thought bubble over my hat rack when scouring for my next smoke) 

"Oh wow...the top layer of the box has 3 cigars missing, I better order another as soon as I'm done with this one"

:unknown:

 

 

 

I like going in to my spreadsheet.  The few minutes I'm looking at it, I'm also thinking about cigars.  Not as good as looking around the humidor, but still enjoyable.

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I like going in to my spreadsheet.  The few minutes I'm looking at it, I'm also thinking about cigars.  Not as good as looking around the humidor, but still enjoyable.

Agree. I actually did a ”end of smoking season inventory a couple of days ago and I stand at exactly 650 cigars.
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I use the collection feature on https://www.cubancigarwebsite.com. It works great for keeping track of what's smoking good and how many I have.

I know, It crashed a few years ago but it seems to be the best tracker for me. I keep a list of unbroken boxes on a spreadsheet.

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1 hour ago, Capt. Corona said:

Question for those that spread sheet their inventory................

So every time you smoke a cigar you go in and subtract the one cigar you are about to blow smoke with? 👀

I thought this was supposed to be a relaxing hobby?  If I had to do work every time I wanted a cigar, where's the fun in that?

Alternative example on my end.....😎 (thought bubble over my hat rack when scouring for my next smoke) 

"Oh wow...the top layer of the box has 3 cigars missing, I better order another as soon as I'm done with this one"

:unknown:

 

 

 

My pretty straightforward spreadsheet (cigar, box code and date if available, quantity purchased, quantity left, and price per cigar) is great for planning out what I want to smoke, or if I'm selling a handful of them to friends for some upcoming event I know what to sell them for to not lose money, along with the primary purpose for me...shopping for good deals. 

If I know I purchased a box of something for $170 and they were great, if I see that on sale for $140, I'll grab them. If I see them go up to $200, I'm giddy that I bought at a good time. It has also pushed me away from the notion of just buying crap to have a lot of cigars. Over the past year especially (as I enter year three of this new hobby) I have purchased at a steady rate, but I haven't purchased any crap, or the "buy a box and get 10 free" type of US promotions that took up too much humidor space and will likely end up given away.

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3 hours ago, Cubadust said:


Agree. I actually did a ”end of smoking season inventory a couple of days ago and I stand at exactly 650 cigars.

WHAT?  Does this really exist 😲

I consider the end of my smoking season over until I light my afternoon stick 😏

:unknown:

3 hours ago, SmokyFontaine said:

My pretty straightforward spreadsheet (cigar, box code and date if available, quantity purchased, quantity left, and price per cigar) is great for planning out what I want to smoke, or if I'm selling a handful of them to friends for some upcoming event I know what to sell them for to not lose money, along with the primary purpose for me...shopping for good deals. 

If I know I purchased a box of something for $170 and they were great, if I see that on sale for $140, I'll grab them. If I see them go up to $200, I'm giddy that I bought at a good time. It has also pushed me away from the notion of just buying crap to have a lot of cigars. Over the past year especially (as I enter year three of this new hobby) I have purchased at a steady rate, but I haven't purchased any crap, or the "buy a box and get 10 free" type of US promotions that took up too much humidor space and will likely end up given away.

I thought that's what the secondary market was for? 🤣

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I’d say approx 275, I’ve got a dozen 25 ct boxes in various stages of empty and a large miscellaneous box for consolidation when a fresh box arrives.

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1 hour ago, Capt. Corona said:

WHAT?  Does this really exist 😲

I consider the end of my smoking season over until I light my afternoon stick 😏

:unknown:

 

Right now It's 3°C, windy as hell and raining. And I heard we might get our first mm of snow this weekend. So, yeah that pretty much ends my smoking season ☹️

 

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About 1200.  Both desktop humidors and cabinent humidor are full as of last month or so.  Do I buy another to fill?  Probably if I keep visiting FOH website:)

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13 hours ago, Hollywood Ninja said:

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    :thinking:  Hmm: approximately 420 sticks

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About 450 in a spreadsheet that I only update when I take a box out and move it to my ”smoke ‘em now” humidor. I probably have about 75 in my ready box.

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12 hours ago, nKostyan said:


Cigar register. iOS only

I had the same question. I looked at the information in the App Store and can’t determine if there’s an option to add box codes to boxes in your inventory. Can you advise? Thanks!

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