Last night I was lucky to test 1 Telementor I, 2 Telementor II and 1 Telemator side by side with a Polarex 60mm equatorial mounted.
The Polarex has a hand picked lens
Objects were the Moon and Jupiter.
Used the same eyepieces and zenith prism on all the scopes.
Details on Jupiter were impressive in all the scopes. Pinpoint moons and a lot of details on Jupiter's surface.
Sharp and good contrast on the Moon. Small details were clearly visible even at high power (5mm Ortho Abbe).
Outperforms modern ED lenses made in the Far East.
The Zeiss and the Polarex are two different concepts of telescopes as you know.
It's more about like or dislike and reputation.
So there is no winner
The Zeiss is more a grab and go telescope. Quick setup.
Heavier than the Polarex.
Of course the all of the Zeiss performed great. Contrast, sharpness, colour correction.
The Polarex has a cooler colour. But also performed very well. Difficult to see a difference with the Zeiss telescopes.
I find the Telementor mounts a little to light. The damping time was longer. Harder to focus with high power eyepieces.
The Polarex doesn't have this problem.
The Telemator is also more stable.
The Zeiss finder scope is better than the Polarex one.
The scope I prefer is the Telemator. Quicker setup. Stable. Good finder scope.