Yes, this pot is light and thin metal. However, it is perfect for its stated purpose - heating a large quantity of water or (presumably) stock. I wanted a boiling water bath for bottling fruit and tomatoes in kilner jars. This is a cheap pot with enough room to fit in plenty of jars at once, and enough headspace over the jars to get a vigorous boil without danger of splashing.
Being light is a good quality for a boiling water bath, as it cuts down on unnecessary weight when full of water.
I think it would also be good for other occasional uses such as boiling a very large ham at Christmas, or I might use it for blanching vegetables to freeze, as it returns to the boil very quickly due to the large volume of water.
Recommended, great value, just don't expect to use it for regular cooking of ingredients that might catch.