My opinion is that unless you have a s#*tload of warped records, this is a rediculously expensive toy. I would think it cheaper and easier to just replace the warped LPs or just play them as is.
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I think Brian at the Analog Room in San Jose also has one of those record flattening machines.
It would probably be worth paying him, or someone who has such a machine, a few dollars to get the few(?) records you have flattened, rather than paying a huge amount for a machine you will only use very occasionally.
My two cents worth.
Did you see this?
Inexpensive Record Flattener
Heck, it is even a local sale for you!
I have no idea how well it works, or if it works at all.
(But I saw it and immediately thought of you!)