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Ruggard Photographic Equipment Humidity Controlled Dry Cabinet (Various Capacity) from $69.95 + Free S&H

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Search forums for Ruggard -
You'll find almost exclusively posted by staffers.
Take this "deal" with some skepticism
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Search forums for Ruggard -
You'll find almost exclusively posted by staffers.
Take this "deal" with some skepticism

Past search of "Ruggard" shows it has been posted by staff 3 out of the past 13 times in a 7 month time span. I have attached a screenshot for you as well. Appreciate your concern and thank you for your feedback.
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Search forums for Ruggard -
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Take this "deal" with some skepticism
B&h has a employee that post at night like new egg I think just observation
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Photography is way too hard core for me
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Stupid Question. Can this be used to aged dry a steak?
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Has anyone actually used this and what is their impression?
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These things are a complete waste of $
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Has anyone actually used this and what is their impression?
They seem to get mixed reviews on the photography forums. Some people love them, others see them as unnecessary or expensive compared to something like silica gel packets or a box with a light bulb or goldenrod.

If you live in a really humid area and value the convenience then I can see that you would fall into the group that loves them.
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These things are a complete waste of $
For the people that don't need them. Some people live in really humid environments.
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Been a "high end" photographer for about 9 yrs full time. Shot hundreds of weddings/events. I never heard of this. Either has one of my colleagues that's sitting right by me who is also widely considered a top shooter..... but hey, what do we know..
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Has anyone actually used this and what is their impression?
If I live up in the hills 3000 ft+ , I would need this, otherwise, hell no.
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Been a "high end" photographer for about 9 yrs full time. Shot hundreds of weddings/events. I never heard of this. Either has one of my colleagues that's sitting right by me who is also widely considered a top shooter..... but hey, what do we know..
This would literally only make sense in like cambodia where you get up at 3am to shoot the stars but the hotel room AC instantly condensates your body, sensor and both lens elements. Now just a matter of how to get it in my luggage..........
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Stupid Question. Can this be used to aged dry a steak?
Anyway to bump this to the top - legitimate question
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If it went a little higher in humidity it could make a good humidor if it seals well.
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