Polhöhenwiege, für eine präzise Polausrichtung
Polhöhenwiege, für eine präzise Polausrichtung
Polhöhenwiege, für eine präzise Polausrichtung
Polhöhenwiege, für eine präzise Polausrichtung
Polhöhenwiege, für eine präzise Polausrichtung

Polhöhenwiege, für eine präzise Polausrichtung

Normaler Preis $99.98 Sonderpreis$88.98

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All orders will be scheduled for shipment in 1 to 3 business days, excluding holidays.


We ship worldwide. 


Currently, we have 4 warehouses.

🇺🇸 US warehouse, for our US users, parcel usually arrives in 1-7 days.

🇪🇺 EU warehouse, for most EU countries, parcel usually arrives in 1-7 days.

🇦🇺 AU warehouse, for our Australia and New Zealand users, parcel usually arrives around 1-7 days.

🇨🇳 CN warehouse, for all countries, parcel arrives in 4-7 or 8-20 days, please check below for details.

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Hallo Freunde

Die Polhöhenwiege, nach der Sie schon lange gefragt haben, ist nun endlich da!

Abmessungen: 10,8 x 8,2 x 9,8 cm

Gewicht: 0,53 kg

Material: CNC-gefräste Aluminiumlegierung

•Mit Gleitstopper auf der Platte als Sicherheitsverriegelung
•Griff zum Verriegeln der Polhöhenwiege nach Positionseinstellung

Maximale Tragkraft: 5 kg

Zum korrekten Einsatz schauen Sie doch dieses Video: 

1.Schrauben Sie den Keil an einem Rig an, nennen wir ihn Rig 1.
2.Schrauben Sie die QR-Platte an ein anderes Rig, Rig 2.
3.Montieren Sie die QR-Platte mit Rig 2 am Keil.
4.Machen Sie die Keilwanne und kippen Sie, bis das Rig in die gewünschte Richtung zeigt.
5.Verriegeln Sie es mit dem Griff.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier:


Customer Reviews

Based on 81 reviews
Chris Bowden (Llanelli, GB)
Solar imaging with MSM Wedge

I purchased an MSM Wedge to cut down on some weight when travelling to image total solar eclipses to replace a bulkier geared head. Unfortunately the initial wedge I was sent would not stay in the set vertical position, despite tightening down very hard on the locking lever, so I requested a replacement unit which was sent within a few days. Sadly the second unit also slipped in the same way and so I looked into the build of the unit and found the issue. It seems that during transit some of the internal grease had made its way onto the nylon washers that the locking lever utilizes to secure the altitude position causing it to slip. Removing this grease cured the problem and I was then able to use it as intended to take an image of the Sun using a small light weight 70mm refractor fitted with a suitable solar filter and a CMOS astronomy camera. The unit is convenient for travel, but will need to be checked for such problems when travelling overseas by air in case the same thing happens again in transit. Maybe the design can be modified to prevent this particular issue happening in future?

Giuliano Proietti (Rome, IT)
ottimo accessorio

veramente molto utile, con questo e il laser si allinea con la polare in un attimo

Sergio Sanz Tarin (Madrid, ES)
Alineador polar

Perfecto y preciso para realizar la alineación polar, la verdad es que muy contento con el producto

Peter Yeh
The Wedge is quite good

Compact, simple to use, precise enough. Has a bit play in the tilt mechanism but acceptable. I like it for not being as complex as other geared heads.

Mario Dominguez (Miami, US)
Excellent wedge for polar alignment

Easy an precise alignment and keep it adjusted for long time

Henrik A. (Helsinki, FI)
Solid piece of gear

The build is outstanding in quality - no shaky bits or play. the size is nice and compact. I'm looking forward to trying the wedge, hopefully this autumn when skies darken again here in latitude 60 - if the Nomade Star Tracker, which I ordered before the wedge, eventually ships (was supposed to ship in February!).

Andre Joanisse (Sydney, AU)
great little wedge, work great with MSM

I find that the wedge works great with the MSM and not a too heavy camera setup. I got it to have something that is smaller and not as heavy as my regular wedge, this really fit the purpose.

Bernd Nickl (Renningen, DE)
The Wedge from Move Shoot Move

Finally, I can precisely agree on Polaris. A sensitive adjustment is possible via screws in connection with the transmission. So far, I have not been able to make the exact adjustment so quickly with a ball head. Take a look to my deep sky picture.

Nuno Ponte (Lisbon, PT)


Nelli Daniele (Genoa, IT)
Non ho trovato niente di superiore.

Ho cercato molto ma, per ora, non ho trovato niente di superiore a questa montatura per fare agevolmente astrofotografia!