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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperor Zurg View Post
    And as we all know, Nature abhors a vacuum.
    I thought @Nature lived in a vacuum! or was that a bubble?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Smokey View Post
    ...or was that a bubble?
    El Bubble?

    Last edited by Emperor Zurg; 11-30-2020 at 10:15 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperor Zurg View Post
    El Bubble?

    The El Bubble review is one of the best Cigar reviews I ever read..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emperor Zurg View Post
    El Bubble?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhedrick83 View Post
    It will never be big enough! I would make sure that you spend money on a good cutter first. A terrible cut will ruin you experience when the cigar starts coming apart because it mangled the cap. Once you have a really good cutter, you'll never look back. Josh's advice of a tupperdor is great. Get a big piece of tupperware and some Bovedas and use that for now. Just keep it out of direct sunlight to help manage temp and humidity swings.
    I still need a good cutter. I saw this one on the same site
    https://puffclassics.com/alaska-bear...cutter-review/
    do this look like a good one to you? the one i have from the store is pretty trash

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    Quote Originally Posted by josh lucky 13 View Post
    No matter what you buy it won't be big enough.
    Unless you want something pretty on your desk or table, the cost effective solution is a larger Tupperware. Aka tupperdore.
    Ahh I know haha I will get a tupperware but I still wanted something I could leave out on the table

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    Quote Originally Posted by CitizenZero View Post
    Amazon has the Audew 150 count climate controlled humi for $198 and a $40 coupon that can be applied at checkout. Itís a couple bucks above your budget but my recommendation would be this or go the Tupperdor route.


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    These are pretty nice!! This may be my level 2 buy haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Smokey View Post
    You might reach out to member Cheaphumidors aka Kayla and see what she would recommend.

    What is best for you will depend on what area of the country you live and its climate.

    A great place to start out is with a Tupperware container and using Boveda packs for humidity control. 65% Bovedas is a great place to start and its cheap. $20-$25 and it will keep your cigars without worry. As you learn more you can get something more pleasing.

    A word of advice, don't go buying boxes or even 5'ers of cigars until you really learn what you like. It takes time for your pallete to develop and you don't want to end up with a bunch of cigars you really have no desire to smoke a year or two from now. Limit your purchases to 1 or 2 like cigars until you grow in the hobby.
    I will be picking up a tupperware along https://puffclassics.com/megacra-cedar-and-leather.../ just to give them both a try.
    As for buying cigars that usually what I do now Ill buy a few and try them out then go from there.
    Thank you for your advice

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    Thanks for the help everyone! I am pretty sure I am going to go with this one and pick up a tupperware as well!
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    https://puffclassics.com/megacra-cedar-and-leather.../
    If the wood on wood seal is not great I may add a little fill there or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by StogBog View Post
    Thanks for the help everyone! I am pretty sure I am going to go with this one and pick up a tupperware as well!
    HTML Code:
    https://puffclassics.com/megacra-cedar-and-leather.../
    If the wood on wood seal is not great I may add a little fill there or something
    I keep my humidors in side my Tupperdors just to control their environment. All Boveda 65% for humidification


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    Quote Originally Posted by StogBog View Post
    I still need a good cutter. I saw this one on the same site
    https://puffclassics.com/alaska-bear...cutter-review/
    do this look like a good one to you? the one i have from the store is pretty trash

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    Ahh I know haha I will get a tupperware but I still wanted something I could leave out on the table
    Honestly, I've never heard of them. I always try to stick to Xikar, Colibri or Palio for my cutters.
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