I have a similar product. Overall, I wouldn't recommend it for the following reasons:
1) the lower chain (where it's got to be placed because of hoses) needs to be level in order for the fluids to flow out properly, this is not possible with a versys on a stand (gen 2 at least) unless you raise the rear about 8". So the fluid leaks out the back of the device and gets all over.
2) it doesn't really work that well. The brushes inside aren't that aggressive, and apply a static pressure no matter what. For caked on bits, you still need to scrub by hand. Note this is intended to work in one direction, then you have to move to the other chain section (upper or lower) to get the 'other side' (front vs back, not inside vs outside) of the links - something done in one step with the standard grunge brush.
3) I found it wasted way too much cleaner. I thought it would collect in the container easier so you could keep pouring it in, but because it doesn't collect well - most ends up on the floor, device, hands etc.
4) you still need a grunge brush to clean the sprockets, so now you have 2 dirty tools instead of one.
For me, a standard grunge brush is direct, fully adjustable in terms of effort and focus on a dirty bit, is essentially 1-step cleaning, and you can easily control the cleaning solution - whatever you use. You still have to wipe it down, you still have to clean up the tool.
While it technically works to some degree, I don't think it saves any time or money. I tried it twice, haven't used it since.
Just my opinion of the one I have.