Hello cigar aficionados. Some of you may know that I left freezing cold Canada to start a new life in hot, humid Malaysia. A day before leaving for Malaysia I came across the opportunity to acquire a box of Cohiba Robutos at a really good price. I've always been curious about quality cigars and so I took the plunge. I knew I was going to need a humidor and after some research I realized that not only is humidity important but also the temperature and amount of humidity. My issues would be both temperature and humidity. The daily temperates here can range from 30-40 degrees celsius outside. Inside the temperatures in my home would be about 25-30 without air conditioning or fans turned on. It is quite humid here and so I'm worried that if I don't protect them soon I'll be looking at moldy cigars. I bought a sealable plastic tupperware type container and have spent the day trying to find a hydrometer. I have had no luck. Can anyone suggest where I can find a hydrometer? I intend on buying a humidor but the prices here in Malaysia are outrageous for both cigars and humidors. I'm thinking of buying online and getting one that holds 40-50 cigars. Would anyone know if I'm going about this right? Any ideas how to keep things cool? I know I am not supposed to put them in the fridge. However if the container is sealed and I place the wooden box inside would I be okay to chill them? Thank you for any advice you can provide.