Sky Watcher EQM-35 Computerized German Equatorial Mount

  • Equatorial GoTo mount
  • Removable Dec assembly to convert to tracking mount
  • 22 pound payload capacity
  • Dual or single axis tracking
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  • Regular price $725.00

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Sky Watcher EQM-35 Computerized German Equatorial Mount

The Sky-Watcher EQM-35 provides a convenient, stable platform for refractors up to 100 mm or up to 127 mm Maksutov telescopes.

Designed as an imaging system, this German Equatorial Mount also works astonishingly well for visual use. It is perfect for the beginner as well as the more advanced astronomer.

The removable declination assembly allows for the use of Star Adventurer L-brackets or ball head adapters, turning the mount into a heavy duty tracking system.

The SynScan hand controller has a database with 42,000+ objects. There is a built-in polar scope. The counterweight weighs 7.5-pounds. The tripod is adjustable height steel legs.


If what you’re looking for is a lightweight, stable mount that is precise and easy to use, the EQM-35 is the mount you’re looking for.




Database42900+ Objects
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Head DesignEquatorial
Instrument Capacity22 lb
Instrument Capacity30 lb
Mount Head Weight10.4lb
Pointing Accuracy60 Arcseconds
Slew Speed3.4°/sec
Telescope ConnectionVixen Style
Total Weight22.7 lb
Tripod Weight12.3 lb
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Dave C.
United States United States
Great mount for the price

Bought this mount for beginner level astrophotography, and haven't been disappointed. I'm shooting wide field (360mm focal length) at 2.8arcsec/pixel. After some minor adjustments and relubrication, this mount can keep my guiding between 1 and 2 arcsec. As expected with lower end mounts, declination backlash is significant. PEC is pretty big too, but nothing that PHD2 can't handle. Haven't tried PEC training yet. 3-star alignment with synscan is hit and miss, probably due to the lower end components. Best bet is a good polar alignment, then a 1-star alignment close to your target. Overall, I think this is a good mount for a beginner. For the price point, I don't think there's much competition.