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Humidity Controlled cabinet? Can I use it as coffee bean storage cabinet?
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I'm wondering if this would work for 3d filament storage
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I'm wondering if this would work for 3d filament storage
May work, but limited to 35-60% relative humidity. We use one that is around 2% typically. Not sure if this is overkill or not, but something to look into depending on the filament you use
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I'm wondering if this would work for 3d filament storage
Throwing some dessicant in a tupperware container is a lot cheaper and probably just as effective. That's what most of the youtube pros seem to do.
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One pro living in the desert. Rust free cars and no mold in my equipment.
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Beef jerky or dry aged steaks?
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Can I use for cigars??? Seriously
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Can I use for cigars??? Seriously
. . . "regulates the interior's relative humidity from 35-60%" it would probably ruin them.

You'd be better off waiting on another SD on one of these:
https://slickdeals.net/f/10443732-newair-cigar-cooler-250ct-155-free-shipping?src=SiteSearch

I've seen them on sale at BB& Beyond's website as well.
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Can I use for cigars??? Seriously
If you want to dry them out, go for it. This is to keep the humidity low for folks living in high humid areas.
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Can I use for cigars??? Seriously
62~65 is ideal. Better off looking for a wine fridge off craigslist and buying Boveda 420grams and hiding them in the back.
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