One issue with a lot of Banggood's stuff is that it is metric sized. In some cases that's a good thing as I now keep a set of hex shank metric sizes of drill bits with my Imperial ones. The metric sizes fall in between the Imperial sizes and give me more options through holes and pilot holes. If you are buying tenon cutters to match your Forstner set you are pout of luck.
One thing if anyone is looking at their LED lights as most all are for 230 volt circuits and I can't find a spec that says whether that is for a single pole 230 like Europe and Asia or double pole 230 like North America. I suspect it's the single pole 230 as LEDs have to use a driver to convert to 12-24 volt and I can't see a reason to make them double pole.
Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.