It's a relatively small hand torch. The light is bright. Eats normal triple-A batteries, which is a good thing, because you can find them in pretty much anywhere. The zoom function is easy to use. Just push the head forwards for a tighter beam angle, and backwards for a wider beam. Very logical and easy. The exterior seems to be robust, and it's easy to think that throwing it in the trunk of your car with reckless abandon would do no harm to it.
What I don't like is the button. Turning it on and off is okay, but if you're trying to switch modes - well, good luck with that.
It would be far more better if it had a separate buttons for changing modes and turning on and off. Or if the button were more tactile. Currently, when you try to change modes, you press the button carefully, hoping that the mode changes before you suddenly turn it off. The distance between changing modes and turning it off is like trying to discern between nanoseconds and attoseconds. All of that minuscule distance has absolutely no tactile feedback.
And now about those modes. The three brightness settings are okay, but I feel like the dimmest could be much more dimmer, or there could be a fourth extra-dim "night mode". The two blink modes are completely useless and highly annoying. Doubly so because the torch does not always turn on in the previous mode you used it in, but in the next mode.
Imagine this: You are doing something mysterious in the darkness of the night, and to protect your (or their) eyes, you're using the torch in the dimmest mode (which, I must say again, should be more dimmer). You switch the torch off, put it down, and continue your enigmatic escapade. After a few turns of events, you need the torch again. You pick it up, turn it on, and MAXIMUM BRIGHTNESS STROBE SURPRISE!!!
If I were good at hacking electronic devices, the first thing I would do is to get rid of the blink modes.
In conclusion: Cheap, feels good in the hand. Easy to use and works well (with some restrictions). Much value for the money.