CI juice 16 oz.,.... reliable, a must for any humi and a nice big bottle.
Having to monitor 3 50 count humidors, and 150 count, until my 300 arrived this week. I've learned a great deal since I monitor my humidor
very close. I tryed an experiment by using distiled water in one of the bead humiors, and Cigar Juice in another humidifier. My results were just as good if not better with the distilled water, than using the cigar juice. Very seldom do I disagree with the things CI has to offer, but this is one time that I have to. Having put the cigar juice to a test, save your money and stick with the distilled water. It should be noted, I used two 50 count humidors just alike when I did the cigar juice test against the distilled water. However, it's your money.
These do the job very well. I actually use this in drymist humistat tubes, which works great.
Great stuff! The gentleman who insists distilled water works just as well, may have forgotten that over a period of several years, using a 50/50 solution has the effect of extending the life of any humidification device that contains propylene glycol crystals. Not to mention the added benefit this solution gives to the regular sponge type humidifier, by lasting much longer & maintaining a constant humidity much better than when using distilled water only. You can pony up 12 bucks now for months of carefree maintenance or 20 for a new humidification device later. I like my old discs & rectangle humidification devices. I have kept many for years, thanks to a 50/50 solution, like CI Cigar Juice.
I have used Cigar Juice in my humidor ever since I bought it a few years ago. Never had any problems and the juice keeps a nice steady level of humidity. Would not try any other product in my pride and joy. Back for more as I write this review.
I have had no issues with distilled water by itself in any of my humidification devices short of the floral foam sponges. If you haven't stepped your game up to a real humidifier I doubt you will dump $12 in to this bottle, but you probably should because floral foam with just distilled water will make your cigars mold. I garuntee at least 80% RH. To the gentleman who was ripping the last guy for his distilled water review clearly didn't read the instructions for his humidifier. It actually says to let the device sit out for a while to balance prior to putting it back into your humidor. Now I know the crystal jars come with water or solution in them already and they don't include instructions (maybe that's all he has bought). One interesting thing he brought up would be prolonging the longevity of your humidifiers. If that's true the bottle may be worth it. Long review short... If you're using floral foam this bottle is a MUST. If it does prolong the life of your humidifiers it's probably worth it. But don't let them scare you away from distilled water. If you need to get setup from the bottom I would rather take the 12 bucks and buy a good cigar.
Does its job. Another brand I had fluctuated around 55-65 constant up and down. CI juice constant 67-70. Awesome, peace of mind!
This product has been used for years to maintain the constant moisture in my humidors! Never without it!
The real deal!
Keeps all my cigars at the right humidity. I check them once a week or every other week and rotate them around.
CI Juice is just what the doctor ordered. Can't go wrong with CI.
Great stuff! Will buy again!
Works Great!!! Helps keep at steady temperature.
Just fill the humidor and forget it. Keeps my humi between 69%-72%. Perfect for me.