I am only talking about the product itself, not about the price. I am not going to compare it with any Manfrotto video tripod or video head.
Very first impression:
This is quite a small tripod, everything seems very tight, that cause some problems, like if you mount the camera on the head you will not be able to touch the screw bolt to tighten the plate up, because the screw is just under the camera, so you have to be careful when you slide the plate in, make sure that the lock is nearly to be locked, and make a tiny adjustment to lock it down.
The tilt lock is on the right side of the head as well, and when the right handle is mounted, the tilt lock will be very close to it, and causes a little uncomfortable to lock the tilt, of course you can use only the left handle, but that may cost a little smoothness when pan on this tripod.
This tripod provides two handles, they are really helpful on this tripod, because, if you use only one, as I mentioned earlier, the smoothness loss is noticeable, so even the right side of the head is not spacious, I suggest you to mount both of the two handles.
Neither the tilt nor pan movement can be really locked on this tripod head. They are just tightening them a little instead of locking, and the pan lock is a little round screw, not easy to be tightened anyway.
The smoothness of pan is just fine but the tilt is barely satisfactory. I think I am not going to track any movement anyway, so that may pass.
The legs, they are a little bit thin and light, I think when you pan or tilt the head when they are a little tighten up, the legs can be moved as well. Maybe a sandbag should be involved to avoid this happening.
The build quality is just the price can provide, should not ask for more.
This is the first review of this tripod, they are just some first impressions. Hope it's helpful for you.