The product includes: a brushed quadcopter, transmitter, FPV box style goggles, extra props, stickers, a mini philips screwdriver, a 1S lipo and charger for the goggles and battery.
Quadcopter: it's a whoop sized brushed quadcopter with camera and VTX and LED indicators. Altitude mode works great.
Transmitter: very simple, ergonomic and intuitive.
Goggles: box-style goggles, impressive clarity (almost better than my fatshark HD3's), simple channel search and manual adjustment features
Packaging: excellent, well protect packaging. Each item comes encased within the foam packaging inside the box.
Quality: seems to be pretty sturdy and reliable.
Battery life: expect about 2 minutes of hard flying and about 4 minutes of relaxed flying
Video range: I'm able to fly throughout my entire apartment and out onto my patio (stronger signal than TX)
Transmitter range: seems to be pretty decent for around the house flying
Things worth noting: read the instructions! To arm, you must press the second button from the bottom of the LHS gimbal, then throttle up-down, then press the same button mentioned before to begin a hover. No acro capabilities, but there is a flip function. No voltage sensor, so pay attention to your batteries. Will work with most FPV goggles for sharing the experience with others. Slight odor on the head strap that disappears after a few hours. Just air the packaging out upon opening.
To summarize, I believe this is a great entry level kit to help introduce someone to the world of FPV. I believe that it is safe enough for use by children and operating around pets. There is a lot to enjoy for the low price point.