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bmac7754
Posted 10/8/2014 7:20 PM (#503107 - in reply to #503106)
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StogieDad - 10/8/2014 10:15 PM Sweet set up Brian!

 Thanks.  Oh and cigar jars are not just for cigars, I keep throwing my bands in one of them.  The silly hygrometers on the front of the ballys are not accurate.  I don't even try to get them to read right, I use the Xikar round hygrometers inside.

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Posted 10/8/2014 8:59 PM (#503116 - in reply to #501780)
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My custom cabinet... black walnut lined with solid Spanish cedar.





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Posted 10/8/2014 9:04 PM (#503117 - in reply to #502063)
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Vroomp - 10/8/2014 8:18 PM

That's a very nice box Bruce! Ken does some fine work!



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Posted 10/8/2014 9:18 PM (#503121 - in reply to #501780)
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Beautiful cabinet Brad!
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Posted 10/9/2014 2:17 AM (#503135 - in reply to #501915)
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Ken Kelley - 10/8/2014 8:59 AM

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Okay so I wanted to start this thread to allow people to share pictures of their stocked or un-stocked humidors. I think it would be really cool to see, especially for someone like me who is in the market for a humidor.

So add some cigar porn to this thread and upload some humi pics!! I would upload mine, but I don't have one just yet. Using a plasic ammo case...



OK, here ya go!

There's only a few more where these came from....



Ken, your work is amazing (including the blades). Truly talented! I would love to learn half of how you make these.
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Posted 10/9/2014 10:37 AM (#503262 - in reply to #503135)
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I've always been impressed with Ken's humidors and aspire to have one one day.

If I remember, I'll try to take a recent picture and post it up this evening.
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Posted 10/9/2014 10:43 AM (#503264 - in reply to #501780)
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Nice stuff guys
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Posted 10/9/2014 11:15 AM (#503275 - in reply to #503264)
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Posted 10/9/2014 11:19 AM (#503279 - in reply to #503116)
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Longhorn - 10/8/2014 11:59 PM My custom cabinet... black walnut lined with solid Spanish cedar.

Absolutely Gorgeous!

I Love the fact that the Walnut has not been stained.  A beautiful wood with all sorts of color variation from light brown to purple.  Fantastic!

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Posted 10/9/2014 11:37 AM (#503285 - in reply to #501780)
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there are a lot of very nice humidors hitting this thread. This is a pic of mine from quite awhile ago. It is overflowing now. I need to upgrade to a bigger one to appease my OCD and get back to something a little better organized.



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Posted 10/9/2014 11:38 AM (#503286 - in reply to #503279)
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I love that Steve is already decorated for Christmas!


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Vroomp - 10/9/2014 2:38 PM I love that Steve is already decorated for Christmas!

Every day is Christmas day!  (old pic)  

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Posted 10/9/2014 1:56 PM (#503308 - in reply to #501780)
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the one in my office. it's about three feet wide by two and half feet tall by two feet deep . there are untold boxes and twenty trays in there. I have a store bought one, 21'x21'x17' in my bedroom and a few coolers going. I need to do the opposite side of this cabinet. I've had the wood for years.....  



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the one in my office. it's about three feet wide by two and half feet tall by two feet deep . there are untold boxes and twenty trays in there. I have a store bought one, 21'x21'x17' in my bedroom and a few coolers going. I need to do the opposite side of this cabinet. I've had the wood for years.....  

What do you think of the Joya Red?  I just picked up a single yesterday. 

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Posted 10/9/2014 3:22 PM (#503330 - in reply to #501780)
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I like them. they are a little bland the first third but it pays off as they smoke well all the way to the nub and the flavor just keeps picking up. very light in the head buzz area as well.
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Posted 10/9/2014 3:23 PM (#503331 - in reply to #501780)
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I am up to 3 now and running out of space.  I will have to start arranging things better because another humi won't go over well right now.  The biggest one is a old end table that I just decided to make into a humi.  The seal needs some work, most likely I need to put a latch on it.  The door is a bit warped from people opening it by the door for 60 years, not very straight anymore.  I sealed the edge with weather stripping and with the exception of the top corner it is tight.  Since I fight too much humidity in the summer, I haven't bothered fixing it.  I have been able to keep it at 67 for 5 months now, when the heat goes on I will find out if I need to do something.



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Wow. Just wow. I had no idea some of you guys had that many cigars. You guys are living the dream!!!

Some day...
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Vroomp - 10/7/2014 5:25 PM

My name is Brad and I am an addict!

 

As you can see humi number 5 is over-full and I need a new one! Please email my wife and explain the situation to her!



And brad, excuse my ignorance but is that a converted wine fridge? Either way it is friggen awesome!!!!!
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Posted 10/9/2014 6:11 PM (#503380 - in reply to #501904)
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DonM - 10/8/2014 4:47 AM

After Brads pic you want me to post a pic of my humi?


Hahahaha!
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toby2 - 10/9/2014 5:56 PM

the one in my office. it's about three feet wide by two and half feet tall by two feet deep . there are untold boxes and twenty trays in there. I have a store bought one, 21'x21'x17' in my bedroom and a few coolers going. I need to do the opposite side of this cabinet. I've had the wood for years.....  




is that a box of LFD NAS i spy in there? thats a good little stick.
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My name is Brad and I am an addict!

 

As you can see humi number 5 is over-full and I need a new one! Please email my wife and explain the situation to her!

And brad, excuse my ignorance but is that a converted wine fridge? Either way it is friggen awesome!!!!!

 This was actually an old Howard Miller Curio Cabinet that I couldn't sell on Craig's List for $300! I decided for another $300 it was easier to convert to a humidor than buy another.....

 

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Not as impressive as a lot of folks, but it works for me:



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Posted 10/11/2014 11:35 AM (#503714 - in reply to #503706)
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nwb - 10/11/2014 2:15 PM Not as impressive as a lot of folks, but it works for me:

 That looks awesome, and very neatly organized I might add.

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The site has 41670 members, lets see some humidor porn.
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