I doubt they'll last more than a few fish, but they're incredibly life-like in the water. On a slow-ish retrieve, they swim just like a fish.
They also come armed with just a single, sensibly-sized hook. It's probably too small and in the wrong place to translate every hit into a hook-up, but when you do catch one, you're not going to do it too much damage.
This is something which put me off a lot of the lures I used to use, especially those which have a large single amidships and a treble underneath.
If I'd wanted to give them a proper work-out, with a chance of catching something, I'd probably have headed for one of the rivers or drains, but I settled for half an hour on Enigma.
I was well-impressed with the lures' action. I particularly liked the roach-patterned version, which looks extremely life-like in the water, to the point where I just know it's going to catch when I find some pike to show it to.
They sink rapidly, head-first, but rise up on the retrieve with the rod top pulsing as you bring them in. If these had been about when I was into lure fishing a few seasons back, I'd probably have caught a lot more pike doing it.
A couple of these take up next to no space, so I'll probably start taking a lure rod and one or two of them along on bait fishing trips in the winter.
They weren't expensive either, at £4 each, so it's not going to be the end of the world if they fall to bits after a few fish.