Pros: The Mooer Pedal Controller L6 takes in six pedals as inputs and has six footswitches as well, making up for a total of 36 possible presets. It's very easy to use, straight out of the box. The methods to save presets and navigate through the 6 banks is also very simple and a single reading of the manual, you're good to go. There is no effective lag with time based effects and generally speaking, switching between presets is very accurate and seamless. It also has a built-in tuner, but I haven't actually ever tested it because it also has a dedicated input for any tuner pedal, through which I use my Polytune.
It's not very large in size either and doesn't weigh much. I have a pedalboard I made myself, which is based on the Pedaltrain Classic 2 but is slightly smaller fits this and all my pedals including my wah very comfortably. It's solidly built and stomping on it hard will not ruin how it works at all. It's powered by a standard 9V adapter, so more or less any power station you use would be good enough.
I bought it for about $230 in India and that's a whole lot lower than any other comparative product at this price (I checked out Boss, Carl Martin and some others)
Cons: There's no MIDI input/output.