It’s better than a One Touch, for sure.
The uniprobe lite is a “thermolysis only” machine. James disagrees with me, but I feel that such a machine is useful for determining whether you have the skills and persistence to stick with electrolysis.
If the answer is yes, then you would get rid of it in favor of a flash-capable machine once your skills advance to the point where you can consistently do accurate insertions in less than about ten seconds. When your insertions are slower than that, the speed of flash won’t help you much.
If the answer is no, then you would get rid of it and go to a pro, which is probably what you should have done in the first place.
I got the Uniprobe Autoblend. It does blend (at its fastest, 2-4 seconds per hair) but not flash. By the time I was nearly done with my project, my skills had advanced to the point that a flash machine would have sped me up considerably. So it’s more of a “tweener” machine, not as good as you ought to have for a serious project but not as cheap as a pure thermo machine.
Hope that helps. I check these forums rarely (only stopping by to post legit Ebay machines) so probably won’t see any replies. PM me if you want to follow up.