Dehumidifying dry cabinet advice

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Vikas M Gore
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Dehumidifying dry cabinet advice

This is not really a Leica question though it relates to my mostly Leica gear. I live in Washington D.C. and Singapore. In Singapore, with year-round high humidity I do have a cabinet but when we decided to spend more time in D.C. than in Singapore I thought I wouldn’t really need one in North America. Now in summer, I realize that the weather can get quite hot and humid In D.C.

To avoid irritating my wife with cameras lying around the house need a cupboard to store my cameras and lenses anyway, so I figured I may as well get a dehumidifying cabinet.  I’m looking at a Forspark 120L cabinet because I suspect I may need two and I can stack a second one on top. They have a larger one but it’s a vertical format with the footprint being too small to accommodate a telephoto lens like the 90-280 not removed from the SL2 body. Also I’m seriously intending to reduce my equipment so a larger one may not be necessary in the end.

Any opionons of the Forspark brand or any better options? I’m aware of Ruggard but not much else. The one I have in Singapore is a brand I don’t remember but I suspect it was some inexpensive knock-off. Not great looking and basic, but it does the job.

I’d appreciate any suggestions.

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