They are gone from alibaba.
I would expect them to grow business with that price, and their competition selling them 10x more expensive to be gone.
HA! Guess you were right Pat!...
Speaking of the Xsort, I had an assay done last week that utilized this exact device! Man this thing is sweet! It did a 60 second reading of my powdered ore sample, and it produced a readout of 41 different elements, starting with sample percentage totals first then going on down the line giving ppm results for the rest of the elements that remained. Copper was third on the list, reading a whopping 1485 ppm!
Iron and sulfer came in first and second, with Fe @ 30 percent and S @ 22 percent. The annalist was astounded by the amount of sulfer in the sample lol, which prompted him to reveal a lil device flaw the Xsort has, which is that the elements Iron and sulfer have the unfortunate affect of masking the actual ppm count for gold and pgm.
He told me to take the sample home and roast it slowly, at around 500 degrees F... which as we all know eliminates the sulfer within the content... then bring it back for a second reading. He promised me that it will probably come back with a much higher gold/ pgm reading. The ppm reading for Au, Ag, and Pd was actually high as it was! I began to think about how high it would read after the roast lol... WOW!
Here's the exact sample I had assayed, just after I found it:
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