Get one from Lidl💪🏻
I bought one of these a few months ago, for cutting up wood for my log burner. It works fine & does what it was designed for, cutting up wood.I had it running for over 2 hours & no problem. Don't forget a bad workman will always blame his tools.
This saw is tiny, very limited in use. One of them things that is a pointless buy since it will only be good for picture frames and that's about it, spend more and get a bigger bladed slider.
I started off with the evolution non-sliding saw, for a flooring project. Beautiful, square out the box (although I had to tweak it after we moved, but was simple as). Only flaw was it wasn't quite big enough to get the full width of the engineered boards, so had to finish it with a hand saw and sand. Upgraded to the evolution sliding. Supurb. Dream to use. Justified it to the wife by saying we'd sell the non sliding, but I keep it with the old blade on for cutting plastic pipe and metal. The blades they are stocked with are multi material, so will cut metal as well as timber, useful if you need to go through a nail, or cut some threaded bar. New blades aren't too expensive either, with the advice it buy a good give tooth blade for woodwork. We've done a full refurb with the non sliding and essentially one with the sliding, and I haven't changed the blade. Bonus is, as I said, it also cuts metal. You need to be careful as the blade it comes with is coarse, but for ripping through some baily 2x4 and banging up a fence it's ideal.
I know you weren't recommending the stuff you pictured, but I can't help but moan about how crap those metal frame manual mitre saws are. I finally binned mine after years of threatening to. From what I understand, you used to be able to get good quality ones a long time ago, but once all electric mitre saws took off all of the manual ones became crap quality. The amount of time I spent messing with mine trying to get it to cut accurately, an electric one would have paid for itself in time spent. /Rant over