This is essentially just a painted plastic tube, with a mouthpiece suitable for playing didgeridoo. It looks and plays very nicely, and it requiers alot less effort / air preassure to play than a real eucalyptus didgeridoo, which I would say makes learning circular breathing much easier.
It's not the strongest thing in the world, mine develeped a crack from the mouthpiece at somepoint when I was traveling with it but a couple of turns of simple pvc electrical tape fixed it up nicely.
As with other plastic versions of old traditional instruments this does thing have a sence of "fake" in it, but if you can live with that then good on you! When playing the streets in europe I occasionally encountered some Aussie tourist complaining it wasn't a real didgeridoo, but hey?