I have the V2 (pretty much exact same tools and kit, only difference is the ohm tester is different and instead of foam cutouts on both parts the tool part has elesticated bands.
The tools aren't top grade steel, my phillips head screwdriver is already showing signs of wear and im gentle with it, and the flathead has a crack on the top (these issues can be fixed with a dremel and a bench grinder and are minor complaints when their just screw drivers after all) the wirecutters and pliars are good though, i have a dozen of both for diy purposes but most of them aren't exactly shining like the ones in the pic, so for health and safety reasons i thought why not get a little vape kit, and im glad i did.
You will want to be careful with both sets of tweezers, the fine steel tweezers have a very sharp tip that catches cotton (great for scratching at prepacked cotton to fluff it up) and can bend and distort very easy, and the ceramic tweezers well they aren't the best, the ceramic is secured to the steel via simple nuts and bolts and one of the bolt guiding holes on my tweezers is larger than the bolt so one tweezer head has 3-4mm of "wobble", again this is a minor thing so don't expect Snap-on grade tools for the cheap price, but due to the fact they they are ceramic tweezers I don't facy superglueing/expoxying or even attempted to weld the ceramic to the steel incase of toxic fumes when setting up a coil rig.
The scissors are really good - months later and mine have yet to degrade even in the slightest, the coil jig tool is very handy (this is coil masters v2 coil jig, i do believe they have a new and different V3 which isnt sold in this set oddly enough)
Honestly, I bought it for the convinience of having all my tools needed in a pouch i can store on my warddrobe by all my juice and parts, If you wanted everything seperately you'd pay double or more.
my only issue is with the steel being of a low quality, even the guide holes on my jig look warped and distorted as if i had smashed them with a ball peen hammer and ive used it to make approx 10 to 12 coils, yet it still functions as it should - it just doesnt look as pretty.