I use the Forster hand held turner. It is one of 2 that I have experience with, the other is the K & M hand held turner. The Forster is simpler, cheaper and has a wider blade
The K & M has more bells and whistles like a pilot depth adjuster, a dial gauge and a cutting mandrel. However it is more expensive, especially with all the attachements, and the cutting blade is not as wide.
Recently I discovered that the Forster reamers will also fit in the hand turner
and this will allow you to ream the inside at the same time as you turn the outside
This will get rid of do-nuts but you have to set your brass up by turning the outside on new cases to allow .003" to .004" neck clearance. Then when you once fire the case the inside diameter will be .003" to .004". Later when the do-nuts develop you can ream the inside to get rid of the do-nuts and lightly clean up the outside at the same time.