The Bikehand kit is an adequate kit for very light maintenance jobs. It has a wide variety of tools, but the quality of the tools is not appropriate for any serious work. It's a good starter tool for the price, and it will get you started without emptying your pockets, but don't expect this kit to be of high quality.
Pro Has a good selection of tools for a novice mechanic
The Bikehand has the basics covered, including tire levers, hex wrenches, a chain wear indicator and tyre repair patches. It has some more advanced tools as well, like the cartridge bottom bracket tool (though it's only suited for specific Shimano models).
Pro Sturdy, good quality case
The case is surprisingly well made. The handle is screwed through the lid, and not just clicked in place as is the case with most lower-end tool kits. The second tray is made of steel which adds to the overall durability of the case. The larger tools are held in foam, which adds a nice touch.
Con Lacks tools to be called a complete kit
Though the manufacturer has put the word "complete" in the name of this option, it's far from it. Bikes come in many models and types. This kit would get a novice mechanic started for sure, but you'd have to keep adding or updating tools for a wider variety of uses.