You get a lot of features packed into this stompbox for around $50 bucks. The case and switching feels cheaply made and I'm afraid it might break at some point. That said, for the price, there are 3 types of delays - Tape/Analog/ Digital, Along with 11 different modes. Makes for some interesting experiments.
The pedal sports two switches, a three way type switch (analog, digital and tape) and a two way trails switch (on and off). Aside from that it has mix, repeat, time mode and mod knobs. You can get lots of versatile sounds out of it and with a good enough amount of jlede you can aswat
I got this pedal when i was 11, and i never really figured it out until i started playing in a Psychedelic Rock Band, and we play 'Tame Impala' and 'Mac Demarco' covers, and it has many possibilities. You can use it as a delay pedal and i figured that you can use it as a flanger or warble pedal.
I know everyone thinks "cheap plastic and not good" when they think of Behringer, but let me tell you its actually pretty decent. The pedal can go from subtle delay to crazed modulation, and sounds pretty sweet. Overall its pretty good.