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Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen.
I have a couple questions about my Coolidor.
It's a 54 quart igloo marine .
Have been using it for almost a year now. The Coolidor has been rock solid at 65 degrees and 62% humidity for the entire time. Until about a month ago. I reorganized the cigars inside. Which I do monthly. Introduced one new boveda pack and black ice jar. And it has been at 72% humidity since then.ive removed the boveda pack. Left it open for hours at a time. But once it's closed up for a day to. Right back to 72??? Wife has suggested put one those humidity controllers that c.com sells. Has anyone tried one?? Any suggestions would be much apprecited
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It’s probably the black ice. When I use them in my cooler it goes high just like yours. Same with the KL, if I sprits it then it’s ok but but if I use a lot of water I goes high for a couple days. I generally only use the black ice when I add in a new box of cigars.
It will go back down to 65-68 in a week
Leave the boveda (if it's lower then 72) and take out the black ice
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Change the battery in your Hygrometer
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It'll be fine once the swelling goes down.
Don't use a hygrometer. Nick doesn't. Don't use black ice. Use boveda and that's it.
Disclaimer:. I know nothing about coolidors.
It doesn’t take a lot in a cooler. Here is a zoomed in view of the bottom hydrometer near the black ice. It records high and low. It was 67% before the black ice was added.
I have a couple boveda packs throughout. I keep a pack in most closed boxes. The general cooler is just 3 small containers of kitty litter that gets a light spritz of water about once a month. It’s a 120 or 150 qt, can’t remember the exact size.
Go strictly boveda. That’s how they meant to work.