Not great, but a good value for the price
You should not expect excellent quality from flatware that is so inexpensive, but the quality was still a bit lower than what I was expecting. If you want some inexpensive flatware, I would recommend this set, but otherwise I would not. I only purchased it because the last set of flatware I purchased was horribly stained within days, possibly due to the hard water we had, and I did not want to take the chance of ruining another expensive set. This set has not had the same problem, but that might be because we have soft water now.
The main problem with the flatware is that the plastic and metal parts of the handle are not always lined up properly, so you can feel the edge where one of the surfaces extends past the others when you hold it. I strongly recommend getting a flatware set that is either completely metal or has plastic handles that completely surround the metal. I recommend this even if it is an expensive and/or high quality set. Also, the fewer joints, the better because there are fewer possibilities for problems with how it is put together and it is less likely to break, all other things being equal. In addition, a smooth surface does not trap dirt like a joint does and it is easier to clean.