Primus 2079 extreamly RARE?

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  1. Anders brunzell Sweden

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    Hello friends!

    Iam searching for information on my primus 2079S.

    iam ut to a sell/auction. but they ask for more information about it :)

    I only find 1 more 2079s that is like a square ,not round like the ordinary 2079.

    Anyone here seen this stove before?
    Looks like it is an very rare stove when i can't find more than 1 on google.

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  3. Anders brunzell Sweden

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    It is not the same at all. Square mine, the other is round like most of the primus stoves. But thanks anyway
     
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    I think rare on google results is not the same as rare.
     
  5. Anders brunzell Sweden

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    i understand that. :) but no one have seen it before, and then my opinion is RARE.
     
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    If the stove came in diferent versions, and the example in the gallery is complete, then the rare bit will be the rest of the stove holding the propane cylinder.

    Only a guess.
     
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    Rare does not necessarily mean valuable.
     
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    Oh, how true! In the (luckily few) cases I offered some rare parts and uncommon stoves and lamps on da graet oction site, I even lost money next to breaking barely even.

    And since publication a while back now, nobody offered me any wealth for my Primus 227. Probing questions yes, but no riches.

    Rather, it appears that some well known stoves can thus reach superstar-status, and are now regularely scoring high loot.

    Mike