I ordered this to make use of an old spare 3.5" SATA drive as an external back-up drive. The enclosure is of decent quality, straightforward to assemble once you've inserted your drive. The only slight issue I had was that I had to temporarily disconnect one of the disk controller cables, probably the LED line, in order to insert my disk into the enclosure. It's not difficult to do and it didn't cause any problems - I simply reconnected once the drive was installed and the retaining screws in place.
I've used a number of external drive chassis with mixed experiences - this unit is a good balance between quality and affordability. It's a good way to make use of a spare drive.
Bought this to home a 360GB HDD from a borked NAS enclosure. Wasn't expecting much for a tenner but you get a sturdy enclosure, power and USB cables, a stand, mounting screws and a little screwdriver to assemble it with. I echo the advice of other reviewers, don't keep it on 24/7, just turn it on as and when you need it (Not a criticism of this device just good practise for using external hdd's with no fan).
This is a good quality drive, it looks nice and feels nice.
The only reason i gave it 4 star is because it does not look like the one in the picture (false info), infact it looks more a like to the Cit 2.5 inch
The only difference being that it is bigger.
Overall good buy
For 9-99 pounds and free P&P and USB 2.0 you cannot grumble about this case, the power supply and USB lead could have been a wee bit longer but are adequate. I used mine for a PVR (Video Recorder) on my Technisat HDFS Freesat HD Box it was so simple to install. I formatted a 500Gb SATA 2 HDD in FAT32 and was up and running in 15 minutes, I have a spare 250Gb SATA 2 HDD so I have ordered another one as a spare backup, as I said great value for 9-99 pounds.