The Ender 3 is a low-cost printer that prints exceedingly well for the price. It can be a little unreliable, the support from the company is almost non-existent, and the firmware on the printer is only okay (generally does not have thermal runaway protection enabled). Once you get it dialed in, though, the quality of prints you can get off of an Ender 3 in PLA rival nearly any printer on the market. Since it is very popular, it also has an extensive and helpful community. If you're not afraid of initial failure and willing to continue tweaking the hardware until it is perfect, you can have a very good experience at a fraction of the cost of other printers.
Creality Ender 3 can be called a little version of the Creality CR-10, it has the same quality, but the print area is smaller (220 x 220 x 250 mm). The manufacturer claims that it will take only 10 minutes and 20 screws before the first 3D print. Recently Creality released an improved version of this 3D printer called Ender 3 Pro. It is more expensive but has some improvements.
3D printed products made using the Creality Ender 3