You can't beat the price. Now owned for 7 months. Works great. Highly recommend. Don't hesitate, it's worth it's money. In the States I only owned Kitchen Aid, this not equally to it, but still great machine that works very well.
Now let's talk its flaws so you aren't surprised.
Easy to start the wrong way- it has a power knob that starts low and goes to high power. Fine and dandy, except if you turn it the opposite way and it goes into top power instantly (Purposely for a power bust if needed)-- as you can imagine with flour, etc there can be a great "explosion" of your dry good all over out the small hole in the top of the cover. Fun, real fun.
Other flaw- that hole in the top is to add ingredients as you are mixing. But it's just a hole. It needs a funnel or lip-- so invest in a cheap plastic funnel or cutting board that you can cut down to fit into the hole to pour in your ingredients, instead of spilling them half over the lid.
Last thing is the knob to release the mixer is 'meh' at best, I still prefer the proper levers and raising and lowering the mixer into the bowl, but this how they make it, thus you accept it.