Cheap price = cheap materials = cheap construction
It's a very basic tripod. Not the best, not the worst. It comes with some nice, high-end features like quick release legs, bubble levels, and a weight hook. It as well allows you to adjust the angle and position of the camera is all sorts of ways. My problem with it is the cheap construction. From the plastic parts used for the camera mount to the spindly legs. One of the leg bracings broke after a few months. Not the end of the world since i used duck-tape to fix it. The bubble levels are next to useless because the pieces used to adjust the head are made of plastic. So if you have a dslr, it will weigh down the head and tilt it. No amount of tightening will fix that. To get around this, i had to position the camera facing 90 degrees from normal. So instead of mounting the camera in such a way that the positioning handle is pointing straight back at the operator, it's actually pointing to the left (or right, depending on how you mounted the camera). This is the only way i can get a level shot. Angling the head to get the perfect shot is quite tricky. For the price, it works as a very basic tripod. If you need more precision, look elsewhere.