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Manufacturer of spear extracting tool???

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Mikko

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Hi guys,

Does anyone of you know who makes/sells this type of spear extractor??

Need to have them in stock soon.

Thanks,
Mikko
 

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I'm aware of this model, but need to find more compact model.
This Picasso model does not really give extra leverage when extracting a spear.

Cheers,
Mikko
 
if i am not mistaken, Omer, Cressi, and Sporasub have similar models to the one pictured above
 
the one you posted. if im not mistake, the one you posted is Omer.
 
Right....do you know what they are called?
I was browsing their catalog but could not find it.

Thanks,
Mikko
 
i know very compac model and its extremelt durable and easy to use. Very simple DIY and cost almos nothing. Can be carried in he float, belt virtually every where. Size can be done for user wish from 5cm to the 15cm. Weight is roughly 100gr may be less...
 
Dear Mikko,
to come back to the original post: the shaft extractor shown on the picture you attached is manufactured by Cressi-sub.
Cheers, Ulysses
 
I don't have one to take pictures mikko, local shop out of supply. They sell like bread here. Shop made them out of used (bent) spears. They are fully functional and good looking too.
 
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