For the price, this is a great beginner or children's harp, with some caveats.
The strings are cheap (not surprising) so when I first played it, I was underwhelmed. However, I replaced the strings and it sounded MUCH better. (see below)
Solid build, good sound, nice look, great case, durable, GOOD LEVERS!
Heavy (good and bad), dull strings.
To explain a bit, working levers on a harp this price is AMAZING. This is a chunky, solid harp that would do well with children or special needs where you don't want to worry about damage but want a harp. It also looks surprisingly good.
About the Strings:
The strings that come with this harp are not terrible, they are serviceable but a bit dull. They do not break easily for the price.
Just tune them slowly, to maybe a quarter octave lower and let them rest, then a note lower, etc. For fine tuning, tune like the second hand of a clock, in 5 degree increments.
To have a better sound, I replaced these strings with d'Addario titanium ukulele strings and it sounded MUCH better. Better strings make anything sound better. This harp sounds very nice with high-density carbon or flurocarbon strings. (but they're expensive)