Aristocrat Humidor Shopping


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This is being delivered from Bob on Thursday of this week.  I ordered June 25th. 

Make more room if you can and go as large as possible, but whichever you choose, you will love it....Highly recommend pull out shelves, glad I have them.  Mine is a M+ THC. Have tinkered with the idea

36 minutes ago, BJRPorter said:

Nice piece. No cooling?

No sir, didn’t think I needed it. House temp in the winter is 65-70 and 70-72 during the summer months. 

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It’s currently holding 40 boxes and around 60 singles and I think with a little creativity I should be able to squeeze in 12-15 more boxes and 2-300 singles. Beyond that, I can utilize my old humidor that sits in my basement. 

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7 minutes ago, TBird55 said:

Very nice, I remember when I first received my Aristocrat, was so excited and just loved it. Now a little over 2 years later, love it just as much if not more. Enjoy....looks great!

Thanks, heading to SW Florida in the morning and won’t be able to look at it again till early May. 

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On 2/9/2019 at 7:32 PM, golf4less said:

Humidor arrived on Tuesday, I’m guessing one of his last ones. Let it run for 3 1/2 days to season and filled it up this morning. Very happy with the fit and finish and the rh seems to be holding rock solid.  Glad I went with the beveled glass instead of the solid doors, something about looking over and seeing the stash. 

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What's the Cuban flag box?

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7 hours ago, smokum said:

12 years and still going strong. Just installed a new set n forget since the hygro section went on the fritz. Proud to own one of the best. Bob is still fantastic to deal with.

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12 years, and looks like new. Two things though.

1. At 12 years of age, I’m really curious in the inventory picture.

2. If those speakers are in use, move them out from the wall when in use. Sound will be 100X better.

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1 hour ago, Derboesekoenig said:

What's the Cuban flag box?

The only NC’s I have. Tried a couple and they were ok so I figured I pick up a box. I think I bought them around a year and a half ago. Haven’t broke em open yet.  

 

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Picked this up yesterday off of Facebook marketplace, Aristocrat end table w/humidifier, $300. Don’t really need it, but couldn’t resist the deal. 

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Hey! I have a question regarding your large humidors. How do you prepare it? Whipe down method? I have a quite large humidor, 600ct size and I did the whipe down method, but I wonder if I should have done it any other way? Whipe down, with a bowl of destilled water that stood in for 6 days - constant 74% before I put in my 65% which gives me 63-66%. Feels like I have done it correct, but not totally sure. 

I appreciate if you can write down how you guys do with your big humidors. 

 

Best regards,

B

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13 minutes ago, Borna said:

Hey! I have a question regarding your large humidors. How do you prepare it? Whipe down method? I have a quite large humidor, 600ct size and I did the whipe down method, but I wonder if I should have done it any other way? Whipe down, with a bowl of destilled water that stood in for 6 days - constant 74% before I put in my 65% which gives me 63-66%. Feels like I have done it correct, but not totally sure. 

I appreciate if you can write down how you guys do with your big humidors. 

 

Best regards,

B

Mine came with an electronic humidifier, set it and wait a few days till it remains steady. But here is a link with everything you should need. 

https://www.friendsofhabanos.com/forum/forum/11-humidor-tutorial/

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1 hour ago, Borna said:

Hey! I have a question regarding your large humidors. How do you prepare it? Whipe down method? I have a quite large humidor, 600ct size and I did the whipe down method, but I wonder if I should have done it any other way? Whipe down, with a bowl of destilled water that stood in for 6 days - constant 74% before I put in my 65% which gives me 63-66%. Feels like I have done it correct, but not totally sure. 

I appreciate if you can write down how you guys do with your big humidors. 

 

Best regards,

B

No, never wipe the inside walls of a humidor with water! You will shock the wood. I have an end table style cabinet and use the cigar oasis humidifier unit ( the largest one they make). When the cabinet was new, I just let the humidifier condition it for about 2 days and then placed all my boxes inside. With active humidification as opposed to passive, it will humidify a cabinet humidor very easily. And the more boxes you keep in it, the less hard the humidifier will have to work.

If yours is a large desktop style, use a 320 gram Boveda pack. They are very large, the size of a paperback book. 

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