Any of those should be fine. Pick the one which you find in good condition, at a good price.
Another option would be one of the mentioned Voigtländer, I have a Vito CLR. They are not as compact, and the lens is normally not faster than f/2.8, but the viewfinder is much larger and if there is a range-finder that's easier to use.
I would look for a camera in good condition around €40, and then have a cleaning-lubrication-adjustement (CLA) performed which should cost around €40 (depending on the conditions of the camera). With €80 you'll have a dependable camera with a clean and bright viewfinder.
Most of those have automatic exposure if you need it. Some of those used a mercury battery. You can use a normal battery instead and accept a small exposure mistake (no problem if you use negative film) or you can buy an adapter for around €15 which brings the light-meter behaviour very near what it would be with a mercury battery. Or you can restrict the choice to the cameras which were not made for a mercury battery.
Or you can just use an external lightmeter which is always the best option if you are not in a hurry.