As you might expect, there is a pretty wide range in Cuban cigar sizes although they do tend to be more traditional than NC cigars.MiamiE said:*OFF-TOPIC*
Don what i was trying to tell through PM was i tried my first ISOM. it was a Cohiba Esplendido and i was unsatisfied. the stick is WAY to long and thin for my likes. are most ISOM's this way?
Agree with Matt 100 percent!!!!txmatt said:In the Sub $20 range I would recommend both the Havana Cigar Cutter that is only $4 at bargainhumidors.com, I really am using the little $4 Havana cigar cutter as often as the Palio lately if the cigar is 50 ring or below.
I actually picked up one of these on the recommendations I found here, and find it to be a great investment... I have had mine for only a few weeks though, so I'm not sure how long it can be expected to last before the blade dulls.txmatt said:Since DonJefe is already taking care of you this might be a moot point, however:
In the Sub $20 range I would recommend both the Havana Cigar Cutter that is only $4 at bargainhumidors.com.