I received this scope yesterday. I also acquired a Vixen Porta II Altaz mount on an APP-TL130 tripod for us with it. What I had in mind is a minimalistic and very portable setup, that suits itself for air and train travel, as well as bicycling and backpacking.
The telescope is indeed small (43 cm long without diagonal) and relatively light (~2.8 kg). It came well packaged. The important parts (focuser, dovetail, lens?) are of good quality, with the exception of the diagonal which obviously needs upgrading to something more serious. Other parts are visibly cheaper and less qualitative (finder scope, the finder scope plastic holder, the included 26 mm plössl eyepiece) but I do not worry about these since I will not be using a finder scope and have other, better eyepieces. The package included two extensions as well, I assume for photographic use.
Tests made during daylight using the supplied 26 mm plössl (giving 17.7 x) showed very nice images without any striking problems. The combination of scope, diagonal and EP apparently inverts horizontally but not vertically, so the system works well for terrestrial targets as birds.
I also setup up at "night" to do some tests but these results are possibly less interesting as it does not get dark in this time of the year where I live, only civil dark with the Sun reaching a minimum elevation of 8 degrees below the horizon. A street lamp about 50 m away showed a clear blue rim on one side. Not terribly annoying, but it was there. Same with Arcturus, which showed a red tint, or flare that shouldn't be there. Dimmer stars looked OK, but as said above, the sky was too bright and I could barely detect stars of mag 7, even with this scope. I could not test with Moon or Jupiter, as these were hidden behind the trees.
My first impression is that this system will work perfectly for my intended purpose. The fact that street lamps and bright stars, and surely Moon and planets, show obvious chromatic aberration is not a problem for me. As a visual observer, mostly interested in variable stars and DSO's, I believe this scope and mount will provide a good combo for me, namely airplane travel to lower latitudes or bicycle tours to darker places around my home. For all other things I can always use my 200 f/5 Newtonian.
I will write a longer review when I do some serious night testing. That will be when it actually gets dark again, namely in two months