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6 hours ago, Tollickd said:

Today’s pick ups last box my supplier had and not sure when they will get more :)

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Also storage is full :(
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Are your baggies sealed or opened? If sealed do you have any humidification in baggies?

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13 minutes ago, SenorPerfecto said:


Who else stores in bags in wino?

 

I do for boxes I'm aging.  It keeps the boxes stable and negates any worry about fluctuation in the main compartment.  As long as the main compartment is between 55% and 65% over the year the Bovedas will last practically forever.  They are just buffers.  No more worry about the humidor breaking down while away.  I do the same thing with my WeatherTights: two or three boxes per poly bag with a 60g Boveda and a single 320g Boveda in the bulk compartment.

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27 minutes ago, aphexafx said:

I do for boxes I'm aging.  It keeps the boxes stable and negates any worry about fluctuation in the main compartment.  As long as the main compartment is between 55% and 65% over the year the Bovedas will last practically forever.  They are just buffers.  No more worry about the humidor breaking down while away.  I do the same thing with my WeatherTights: two or three boxes per poly bag with a 60g Boveda and a single 320g Boveda in the bulk compartment.

You do a 60g Boveda in each bag?

Anyone else do this?

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1 hour ago, SenorPerfecto said:

You do a 60g Boveda in each bag?

Anyone else do this?

I do. Temp and rH are pretty stable (65-70 degrees Fahrenheit and 60-65 % rH) More importantly, cigars are smoking great, but I still like to drybox prior to lighting up. I've been doing it for almost 5 years without any issues. 

When I first started doing it I thought I was doing something blasphemous/unorthodox, but I'm glad others are doing it, hopefully with success, as well. 

-Shake

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2 hours ago, Tollickd said:


Yes they are all sealed with a 69% bovida bag! They work perfectly


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Ahhhh the Boveda bags....yes they are nice....thanks for replying. 

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4 hours ago, Gamehawker said:

What a beautiful sight. 

Five boxes of Partagas Serie E No. 2 (5 count box) with box code "UAO SEP 18" (El Laguita factory). 

The cigars look amazing ( golden Colorado wrappers) and the smell is very intoxicating. 

I will put these in one of my coolidors and am looking forward in 4 - 5 years to smoke these incredible cigars. 

I am sure I will not be disappointed. ?

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Very nice, didn't know they came in 5ct boxes.....very economical 

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