These devices are pretty much all the same. This one is no better or worse than the others.
It takes a couple of minutes to get used to it but it works pretty well, even in bad weather, even with cold hands.
Outside, you do need something which catches light easily though, dry tinder, a warm gas can gas etc.
I notice this has increased in price since I bought it, so shop around the various Amazon partners.
It is more robust than flint lighters and you can tell when it's worn out, so no surprises.
If you have a gas cooker then you should have something like this for standby, especially if you live anywhere remote.
It's no coincidence that the old definition for the First Humans was the first of the Species to start using fire!!