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Sistema Klip It 7L container for $12.99 (prefered container for cigar tupperdors)

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Amazon dropped price of their Sistema Klip It 7L container. These are widely used for tupperdor setups for cigars. Price of these has been going up with popularity and it went as high as $20 few weeks ago. No idea how long this price will last

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https://www.amazon.com/Sistema-18...B00284AG5U
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You can pick up the 54qt Sterilite (41 quart) sealed container for $10.75 FS at target.

https://www.target.com/p/sterilit...lnk=newtab

Much more storage for less money.
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You can pick up the 54qt Sterilite (41 quart) sealed container for $10.75 FS at target.

https://www.target.com/p/sterilit...lnk=newtab [target.com]

Much more storage for less money.
True, you can use those for storage, but nowhere as cheap and easy to setup and maintain as tupperdor. You can use that one for storing boxes of cigars, but two completely different uses between 2 containers really.
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True, you can use those for storage, but nowhere as cheap and easy to setup and maintain as tupperdor. You can use that one for storing boxes of cigars, but two completely different uses between 2 containers really.
you realize that they're both the same style of air tight clear container, right?

the one i posted is actually cheaper than what you posted, and holds more. Throw some cedar trays in there to hold singles, boxes, and a few boveda packs and you're set.

source: I have 3 full sterilites stacked next to my tower.
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you realize that they're both the same style of air tight clear container, right?

the one i posted is actually cheaper than what you posted, and holds more. Throw some cedar trays in there to hold singles, boxes, and a few boveda packs and you're set.

source: I have 3 full sterilites stacked next to my tower.
Thats what I mean, your box is much larger than one I posted. It is more than double the size, so it wont work for everyone. I cant take your box and put it on my kitchen shelf. I can do that with sistema one. Since your box is bigger, it takes more boveda packs to get proper RH and to keep it stable. I use 1-2 60g boveda with sistema, yours will need a lot more. I get what you are saying, it is bigger and cheaper, but these 2 boxes are used for 2 completely different storage styles for cigars. I could most likely take 2 of the sistemas and put them in your box.
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its unfortunate that this deal got down-voted so much. I think people have different needs (smaller collection of cigars) and this sistema 7qt works better for them than the bigger ones.
This 7qt container should comfortably house 75 cigars..maybe a bit more.
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It is what it is. Maybe some of the folks are happy with their free humidors they got from various deals last month or so. Issue is that those cheap humis will dry out cigars real fast, and are impossible to keep at stable and correct RH. Or maybe they dont like that this is just a plastic container and they cant proudly show it off in their living rooms.

Whatever it is, I will now have more room for holiday cigar deals Smilie
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Id stay away from clear containers, for light can effect interior temps and effect the cigars themselves. Unless your gonna store them in a dark location. Id personally go with an igloo or coleman cooler. Tight seal, will keep temp stable as they are insulated, and light proof.
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Id stay away from clear containers, for light can effect interior temps and effect the cigars themselves. Unless your gonna store them in a dark location. Id personally go with an igloo or coleman cooler. Tight seal, will keep temp stable as they are insulated, and light proof.
I will disagree with this to a point. If someone has small amount of cigars, cooler will be massive overkill. Because there is small amount of cigars, it will be much harder to maintain proper RH due to all the open space inside the cooler. Also with cooler, you need to open the top often to make sure RH is correct. With clear boxes above you just look in and know what is going on. Once you have your tupper setup, put it in a cupboard and call it a day. No light to worry about. While cooler has its uses, they are completely different than tupperdor.
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I think...whatever works works.
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Personally I think this is a GREAT deal. I bought one. Supposedly these trays fit PERFECTLY into them. Check the trays for mold though. A few bunk shipments. Anyways, here:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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Personally I think this is a GREAT deal. I bought one. Supposedly these trays fit PERFECTLY into them. Check the trays for mold though. A few bunk shipments. Anyways, here:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]
Yes, 2 of those fit perfectly inside 1 Sistema. There is enough room on the sides to fit 2 boveda packs as well. Just make sure that you propery season these trays before you use them.
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Yes, 2 of those fit perfectly inside 1 Sistema. There is enough room on the sides to fit 2 boveda packs as well. Just make sure that you propery season these trays before you use them.
That's what the 84% boveda seasoning pack is for. Am I missing something dude?
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That's what the 84% boveda seasoning pack is for. Am I missing something dude?
No, you are correct. 84 boveda is for seasoning. I wanted to mention as a lot of folks dont know they need to season cedar before they put their cigars in, and then ask why they cant get their RH to proper range. If you mentioned this somewhere else, I missed it. My bad
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