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Travel Humidor
Greggilmore99 Offline
#1 Posted:
Joined: 12-05-2018
Posts: 52
What are you guys using?

I work offshore, 28 days per hitch. Looking for Suggestions.
Ewok126 Offline
#2 Posted:
Joined: 06-25-2017
Posts: 4,330
You know them pelican type boxes from Harbor Freight? Line that puppy with some spanish cedar and call it a day. They are water and air tight. I would suggest tupperware but I would assume you would want something a more durable for that kind of travel. If you want to go with the cool look Harbor Freight also has the plastic ammo cans that is water/air tight. I got the army green 50 cal one or you can buy one of the super duper size cigar travel humidors that cost 5x the price because it says Gurkha or some chit on it.
danmdevries Offline
#3 Posted:
Joined: 02-11-2014
Posts: 10,297
https://www.cigarbid.com...travel-humidor/3138646/

Add in two Boveda packs and you're good for a month or three on the road.
SmokeMonkey Offline
#4 Posted:
Joined: 04-05-2015
Posts: 5,196
3-4 years ago I picked up a Xikar 50-80 count on eBay for around $20. Torano Del that had left the company and was getting rid of some things. I also like Ewok’s Harbor Freight suggestion.

We should probably ask how many you smoke a day while on the rig, as well.
Just Relax Offline
#5 Posted:
Joined: 09-26-2016
Posts: 520
Same as Dan. There are several sizes depending on your need. I throw a lighter, punch, and cutter on the top layer of the foam so everything is together. In your case I'd throw a slim canister of butane in as well.
KingoftheCove Offline
#6 Posted:
Joined: 10-08-2011
Posts: 5,312
As noted, really depends on how much you smoke.
I use Rubbermaid Brilliance Food Storage Containers........and love them.
Check them out on Amazon, etc.

These are the ones I use
https://amzn.to/2UGkgrC
RMAN4443 Offline
#7 Posted:
Joined: 09-29-2016
Posts: 5,162
I picked up one of the 40 count Herf a dors here for $17...I like it, works great...YMMVAnxious
tonygraz Offline
#8 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2008
Posts: 10,605
+1
danmdevries Offline
#9 Posted:
Joined: 02-11-2014
Posts: 10,297
The pelican-style cases work too, but no protection for the cigars.

This is my home unit:

http://www.cigarbid.com/...ts/637876/My-Hybrid-Humi
Greggilmore99 Offline
#10 Posted:
Joined: 12-05-2018
Posts: 52
SmokeMonkey wrote:
We should probably ask how many you smoke a day while on the rig, as well.


I would like to carry around 40.

Never thought of the harbor freight boxes...That's probably the way I will go.
Greggilmore99 Offline
#11 Posted:
Joined: 12-05-2018
Posts: 52
danmdevries wrote:
The pelican-style cases work too, but no protection for the cigars.

This is my home unit:

http://www.cigarbid.com/...ts/637876/My-Hybrid-Humi


Nice...
Greggilmore99 Offline
#12 Posted:
Joined: 12-05-2018
Posts: 52
Ewok126 wrote:
You know them pelican type boxes from Harbor Freight? Line that puppy with some spanish cedar and call it a day. They are water and air tight. I would suggest tupperware but I would assume you would want something a more durable for that kind of travel. If you want to go with the cool look Harbor Freight also has the plastic ammo cans that is water/air tight. I got the army green 50 cal one or you can buy one of the super duper size cigar travel humidors that cost 5x the price because it says Gurkha or some chit on it.



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lance4824 Offline
#13 Posted:
Joined: 07-06-2018
Posts: 390
danmdevries wrote:
https://www.cigarbid.com/a/black-ops-travel-humidor/3138646/

Add in two Boveda packs and you're good for a month or three on the road.



I have one of those and I have two 15 cigar. It depends where, who is there, and how long will determine the number of cigars.

Boveda packs are nice just little to no wasted space.

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