Cigar Humidor Beads

Are you looking for one of the easiest ways to humidify your cigars? Look no farther, as science and cigars have finally met in beautiful union. The rest of their kids are pretty nasty looking, but this one is the keeper. This, my friend, is specially engineered silica gel. All you really need to know is this. This stuff is used in museums to control the humidity in the artwork. If Mona Lisa trusts her humidity to this stuff, then you should too (yes there is an easy joke there, but come on now focus). Each 1/2 lb bag will humidify up to 2.5 cubic feet of space. All you need to do is place the beads in a shallow container, spray with some distilled water until 70% of the beads are wet, then place inside your humidor (in the shallow container). Let science do the rest. When the beads turn color, spray them down again. You can use them indefinitely, they never need to be replaced, and they will last several weeks before needing a spritz.

  • Super Accurate Humidity Control
  • Easy to Use
  • Never Needs to be Replaced
  • Preset at 70% Humidity

Customer Reviews

Based on 100 reviews
humidity beads

as always it was a pleasure doing business with C. H.
these beads work flawlessly in my humidors


reliable, quick and affordable service with a nice follow up on my satisfaction

Humidity Beads

These humidity beads are definitely worth their weight in gold! No guess work whatsoever. Just follow the instructions on the bag or watch the video on Cheap Humidors site. I have a 125 quart coolidor full of sticks and the humidity stays consistent between 68% - 70% using only one 1/2 pound bag. I bought a second 1/2 bag that I will split up and use in my wood humidors. I definitely recommend these beads to anyone who wants a product that works, no guess work and a lifetime guarantee. Thank you Cheap Humidors for a great product!

Geart product

Great cigar beads I’ve had others were you had to soak them in distilled water and they swell up didn’t really hold the temperature that good these you just spray them lightly with distilled water put them in a stocking cap or smal plastic dish and let them do there magic keeps my humidor at 70/70 or sometimes drops to 68/69 or 69/70 depending on my room temperature!

humidor beads

Took a while to initially get the humidity where it was supposed to be, but they seem to be working just fine now at maintaining