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The new PuroTemp Wireless Hygrometer System monitors up to 3 humidors at once

Kansas City, MO – March 7, 2014 XIKAR, Inc. introduces the PuroTemp
Wireless Hygrometer System, the latest innovation to protect your cigars.

This technology tool makes it possible to monitor the humidity and temperature inside humidors without having to open them.
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This wireless remote hygrometer system requires no calibration and can read up to 3 separate remote units in different locations/humidors within a 60 foot range. A major benefit of this product is knowing the temperature and humidity levels without having to open the humidors as often, preventing any dramatic fluctuations.

The user can also set custom high/low alarm alerts to light up or beep when the humidor is not in the optimal range. This system is scientifically developed for accuracy and dependability taking the confusion and guesswork out of humidification. With XIKAR PuroTemp Hygrometer System, the consumer can be confident their cigars are safe.

“XIKAR is thrilled to introduce another humidification product that makes this hobby stress-free and more user-friendly,” said Kurt Van Keppel, CEO and Founder of XIKAR.  “The PuroTemp Hygrometer System takes the guess work out of storing your cigars, without even having to leave your seat,” continued Mr. Van Keppel.

Questions regarding this announcement can be directed to Kurt Van Keppel, CEO or VP of Marketing, Chris Geisert.

Based in Kansas City, Missouri, XIKAR is the leading cigar accessory brand.  Creator of the revolutionary and iconic Xi1 cutter, XIKAR sells product in thousands of retail locations around the world.
In 1995, Kurt Van Keppel wanted to buy a good cigar cutter, but found that both the inexpensive and high-end models underperformed.  So, he set out with Scott Almsberger to match good design (ergonomics and function) with the best styling and materials.  The result was the Xi cutter, launched in 1997.

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