Those work well. Glad to see he brought it back. The design is different than the old one in that he replaced the center "wall" of acrylic with the posts. The price is listed as $45.
I just into this forum tonight & found the above messages.
It is not my intent to advertise on this forum only to clarify the above posts. To clarify I have been making sloshers for John Sexton for about 20 years. This is not the P.F. or summatek. The design I use was developed by John Sexton. I charge $65.00 + actual shipping which runs $12-$17 I am going to try to attach a photo.
I attended one of John Sextons work shops lately, and he showed us how he uses it. Pretty simple to use, did not know you were still making them? Like to try one out.
Seeing is believing. Videos would be better than photos!
Do you make them for 5x7?
I have been using a Sexton designed Slosher since the early 90's and I think it is a great tool for processing 4x5 sheet film. I used it yesterday to process 24 sheets and it does its job extremely well for me.