It's Chinese press. Quality is reasonable, and you can expect it to last for a few years (or a few months).
Here's what you need to be aware of:
1. The element is embedded in the heat platten. Using a sand mould, molten aluminium is poured over what's essentially a home oven type element. When it cools, it's sanded down to make the heat platten. This is the way that USA presses were made a decade or more ago. If the element burns out, toss the press and buy another.
2. The place where the electrical wires connect to the element is prone to problems. Sometime the contact with break and need to be resoldered.
3. The Temp controller can burn out (failure rates in my experience around 10%). An off the shelf controller can be put in its place (make sure you buy the correct one for the thermocouple they use).
4. The Contacter (like a relay) has been known to fail. Again an off the shelf replacement.
For the price, you're getting plenty of bang, but don't for one moment expect the same reliability as a USA product. USA suppliers generally give a life time warranty on their elements. These kind of presses come with a 6 month warranty. That alone should tell you something.