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More than I will ever smoke in my lifetime and growing - 2K+. It'll make my son happy some day. 

I'm just glad to see I'm not the only one who tracks them to the stick in a spreadsheet or other vehicle. 

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80 boxes, all Cubans. Also have 137 bottles of scotch to help with all the smoke.

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I will not take inventory. If I do not count them I won't begin questioning my judgment.

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More than I need with reasonable life expectancy.... I’m 53 and will likely leave my sons a nice collection. But still buying.....

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Roughly 4,500

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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!

There are several ways:

- add a photo with box code

- add description to the “source” line

- add description to the “package” line

For example:

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12 Fiddy...all in my head...no need to spreadsheet or track. Have 1k+ btls that are tracked the same (barbaric) way...

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At 90/10% CC to NC, I’ve got more cigars than I ever thought possible. But the train keeps-a-rollin, all night long...

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19 hours 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?

:unknown:

 

 

 

I have formulas which calculate everything. All I do is input name into the list.

 

Here is a snippet (yeah, I had a lot of free time but I do love spreadsheets...)

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6 hours ago, nKostyan said:

There are several ways:

- add a photo with box code

- add description to the “source” line

- add description to the “package” line

...

Awesome. Thanks for the detailed response!

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On 10/3/2019 at 9:29 AM, 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:

 

 

 

It is a relaxing hobby, lol! I spreadsheet everything, marca, vitola, ring gauge, number on hand, which coolidor or humidor their in, etc. I update my spreadsheet while I'm smoking one usually. I keep it on an app on my phone, makes it very easy. 

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Part of the cigar routine for me is the taking off of a cigar from my Excel spreadsheet (on the phone as it's always to hand). Only once it's lit though and can't go back. Then there's a little ponder on what's left and what might be next to smoke or buy.

Regarding numbers: 340, down from a peak of 550ish as I've taken half a year or more off from buying. That's going to change soon...

 

Sent from 47171 Lempo 

 

 

 

 

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Only about 250 CC. Haven’t bought many for the last year but that has started to change recently. 

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a disgusting number.

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