Reminds me of a Series I article (forgot the number) where it would always be "better" than anything atound it. It can bench-press 10 lbs more than the strongest guy, looks better than the best-looking person in the room, etc. It essentially had no form and could only define itself by what was around it.
Big issue here is that you have the what but not the why. This SCP you propose so far exists with no purpose or weight. Unless you write it exceptionally well, it will fall flat.
Modern SCPs typically aren't just reports on objects, but stories in the form of reports on objects. The why of an object is more interesting than the what. A plague is biring- the story of a community trying to survive one is interesting. A sprite is boring- the story of some poor shmuck being tormented by it in a daily basis is interesting. Cthulhu is boring- the story of him trying to take a vacation at Pismo Beach without causing a mass panic is interesting.
If you have trouble understanding what I mean, take a look at some Series II and III articles, and focus not on what the object is, but what happens over the course of the article.
You have your SCP. Now, what's the story you want to tell?