Primus 107

Discussion in 'Valuations' started by J_Duffey, Oct 20, 2018.

  1. J_Duffey United States

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    I'm looking to sell this Primus 107, and want to price it fairly as I have to pay back my wallet after a recent graduate lantern purchase. Any help in value or interest is greatly appreciated!

    There obviously are some parts of the burner missing, and I believe the valve/needle is froze and the shaft that goes into the stem of the valve wheel is not a flush cut so I believe it may be broken. I have done nothing in the way of polishing this, I did soak it in Evaporust and clean the grime off of it, I have done nothing else with it, and am not familiar enough with these to go any further with it.

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  2. Global Operator 31

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    Hi i have several of these stoves and have paid anywhere from £16:50 to £113 on Ebay i think it just depends on the market at the time. I would certainly be interested in it