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Boveda 1 Count Preloaded 75% RH 2 Way Humidity Control Hygrometers and Humidity Sensors Cigars One Step Calibration Kit

A 2 Point Calibration, Bottled Cap Salt Tests, Boveda One Step Calibration Kit, Multiple Hyg, Accurate Relative Humidity ( Rh ) Readings

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BVR Rating 770 reviews

Pros

  • Comes with a built-in humidity sensor that helps to monitor the health of the user
  • Equipped with digital and analog hygrometer and humidity sensors that give accurate relative humidity readings
  • Features a 2-point calibration kit that helps to read the RH of the air in the room

Cons

  • RH may be relative

Highlights

Analysis of 700+ reviews for Boveda 1 Count Preloaded 75% RH 2 Way Humidity Control Hygrometers and Humidity Sensors Cigars One Step Calibration Kit

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BestViewsReviews analyzed 7,129 reviews for 20 products in the Cigar Humidor Humidifiers category.

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We analyzed a total of 770 reviews for this product out of which, 40 reviews were received in the last 6 months.

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The analysis indicates that around 81% reviews were positive while around 19% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Boveda 1 Count Preloaded 75% RH 2 Way Humidity Control Hygrometers and Humidity Sensors Cigars One Step Calibration Kit

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This product received a total score of 9.51 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 10 features:

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  • Users of this product said


    My results were all over the place, even though I had purchased lab-grade sodium chloride and distilled water, as well as a plethora of videos on the subject on the subject, demonstrating how this can be achieved using a home-made salt solution in a bottle cap.


    I bought an AcuRite hygrometer and wanted to calibrate it to see how accurate it was, but I didn't know if I was lucky or not.


    I used it for my cheap hygrometer and to ensure my digital hygrometers were dialed-in, and I gave it to a friend after it served its purpose, but I put it in a container next to a jar filled with distilled water.


    I used this to calibrate my Govee hygrometer, and at 24hrs it displayed 75.1%, but I left the hygrometer in the bag for 48 more minutes, and it increased to 76.7%, setting my calibration mark on my hygrometer to 75.5%.


    I ordered the Boveda Calibration pack and will wait 36 hours to get the exact readings, but I hear 36% is the best bet to get the exact readings.

    Question & Answers

    Q:

    What is the difference between a 75 and 32 rph calibration kit and what situation do you use each in?

    A:

    If you have a hygrometer that is 75% to 80% accurate, it is probably pretty accurate in the middle, but could be way off when you get down to 35% or so.

    Q:

    What Boveda product would I order if I needed to calibrate my Acurite 01083m pro humidity monitor to 45%?

    A:

    If you want to calibrate humidity for 45% relative humidity, you can buy moist potassium carbonate, which will produce a precise humidity of 43% in a sealed container.

    Q:

    Is it say that it is 1% accuracy or is it dead on?

    A:

    Boveda says their packs are accurate in an airtight environment of 1%, but their calibration formula is even more accurate, within.5%, and is their recommend formula for calibration.

    Q:

    Is it possible to put a 62% Boveda pack in a quart mason jar and accomplish the same thing?

    A:

    I placed the pack along with the hygrometer in order to calibrate it, it's only a small one, less than half the size of a regular pack used in humidors for it.

    Q:

    What is the temperature of this pack at 75rh?

    A:

    The pack will be at room temperature with the 75rh referring to the amount of relative humidity inside the bag.

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