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Salvimar Predathor plus 55/65 or Vuoto 65/75

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Rafter72

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Hi everyone,
I’m new to spearfishing. I tried a few times in the past (a very very long time ago) but after moving away from the sea never had the chance to go back.
Now that I’m planning to spend more time by the sea, I decided to have another go at spearfishing and enjoy being in water. I’ve been looking for speargun and did some research etc and decided to get a pneumatic one. And the next problem that I’m facing is to pick the right one for me. Salvimar is making, apparently, some really good ones and narrowed my choices to two types: Predathor plus and Predathor Vuoto. I’m looking for something around 55 to 65cm range but realised that Vuoto 65 doesn’t have a regulator (they start from 75cm)
Which one should I get? Predathor Plus 55/65 or Vuoto 65? Or Vuoto 75? I’m scared that Vuoto 75 might be too difficult to manage for me as a beginner etc…
Any idea/tips?

Thanks in advance
 
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