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by stick about October 12, 2017 - report

I'm sure this has been covered but other than vaccum sealing I can't find it...Have any of you used CVault containers? Do you like them? are they woth the cost?..I've been looking at them ever since my mason jar got flooded and turned most all of my seeds into a mas of cannabis sprouts for my salad. Man they are pricy.....

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    marlboro 0 points - October 12, 2017

    Dude just get one. Get a large at least. The 8 or 9 liter holds quite a bit. I have no idea what these problems others are having. I've been using them for over a year and when I open them up it smells as fresh as the day I put it in there. And a perfect 62%. There's nothing to back up what some are saying about absorbing terpenes. All my cigar boxes come with the humidity packs and trust me the smell is still there.
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    • marlboro
      marlboro
      4.623 points -
      October 12, 2017

      Smell and flavor are still there.

    • marlboro
      marlboro
      4.623 points -
      October 12, 2017

      Look it's a sealed stainless steel container. The lid has a rubber gasket and zero smell escapes. Zero. If you don't want to use the packs that's ok. It's a stainless steel mason jar basically. No smell gets out and no light gets in. And if you get one la...  more

    • stick
      stick
      10.393 points -
      October 13, 2017

      I ordered two Large yesterday marlboro..Did a bunch of research and found ton of info telling me the many pro's of Cvaults and Boveda packs..Could not find one that said they rob oils etc...

    • marlboro
      marlboro
      4.623 points -
      October 13, 2017

      You'll love them. I have 6 or 7 of them that I've bought over the past year.

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    airplane 19.346 points - October 12, 2017

     

    I just put in  quart mason jars - used to use "boveda" packs  ( they do keep RH at 55% but destroy all terpene's and essential oils)  DO NOT USE -No boost packs  either. Many members use CVault's and like them. sure thay can help !! Vacume sealing is great for long term storage. Some folks keep marijuana in the ice box (in crisper) and for long term some freeze in vacum bags Gues it depend on how long you want to storge it -  PESCE !!!!!!!!!

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    • stick
      stick
      10.393 points -
      October 12, 2017

      I guess I'll have to do the "with and without test" with Boveda's,see for myself what you say about the terpene's and essential oils because I have them in all my Mason Jars. I had never heard this before.. Lots of people use them. They keep the...  more

    • DragonBudz
      DragonBudz
      940 points -
      October 12, 2017

      Im curious as well because I've never used them but wanted to try. Anything to make storage easier.

    • stick
      stick
      10.393 points -
      October 12, 2017

      Where did you see that boveda packs destroy the terpines, oils ? I can't find it anywhere in print. No articals warnings etc.Not even on the Dark Web...

    • Odin
      Odin
      2.705 points -
      October 13, 2017

      Yep I'd like to see some documentation that boveda does in fact destroy all terpene's and essential oils. All my jars have them as well.

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    FREE ! 5.322 points - October 12, 2017

    Mason jars
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    • stick
      stick
      10.393 points -
      October 13, 2017

      @FREE Yea I've got two cases of Mason Jars with Meds. Unfortunately the one with over 100 seeds leaked enough water to make salad.(the glass cracked in the storm).

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    joe_dirt 540 points - October 12, 2017

    Been curing in a large cvault for nearly a month, and when I open the top, it smells like a cvault, not weed.  I moved my buds to a mason jar and the smell is slowly coming back.  Might be better to cure in mason jars and then move to cvault for long term storage.  Just been my experience with them so far.

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    • stick
      stick
      10.393 points -
      October 25, 2017

      It may be the Stainless steel the Cvault is made out of. I know if you get Onion on your hands you can remove the smell by rubbing your hands on a stainless steel sink....

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    Zonk 73 points - October 12, 2017

    Good Gawd. Just noticed how erotic that pic is.
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    • SanBoisLee
      SanBoisLee
      10.445 points -
      October 13, 2017

      :)-***

    • stick
      stick
      10.393 points -
      October 13, 2017

      LMAO. and I thought I was the only one Zonk

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    airplane 19.346 points - October 13, 2017

    Hey "Odin"  !!!  this subject has been talked about on other sites than this one and  "they" all say no good don't use them - this comes from experienced growers (Do and side-by-side - fine out fpor ypir self - if you dont' believe  The do help in keep RH at there specifif packs (55 % ,ect_)

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    • stick
      stick
      10.393 points -
      October 25, 2017

      I'm not disbelieving you airplane. I just haven't seen it in Print..I'm not real worried about it one way or the other. I really don't like the taste of pot so far..lol I do it for the Meds. Maybe one day I will learn to like it..

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    harley24 18.412 points - October 13, 2017

    You can use CVault containers, and they work great, but if you don't want to spend that kind of money you can just use good air tight mason or ball jars with humidity packs in them for long term storage. I have some that has been stored this way for over a year. The weed still looks, smells and tastes good as when it was first cured. I use the 62% packs myself, and i have not had any issues with loss of smell and taste. I have also not had any mold issues using these packs. Peace

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    Allenpro 3.472 points - October 14, 2017

    I bought one I have not used yet becasue I dont have room but I bought it becasue of recomendations on this site. I will use it when I move. 

    P.S. I would not have thought red was your color but you make it work

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    airplane 19.346 points - October 14, 2017

     Use this rule for storage : 60 - 60 rule - store at 60 degree at 60% humitity  and you will have a perfect cure

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    • stick
      stick
      10.393 points -
      October 25, 2017

      60ft for 60 min.s is how long you can stay at 60 ft without decompression when Scuba diving...So 60 for 60 is a good rule...

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