Have given this a try, although I own 1Password for Mac and iOS, I need a Windows licence too, but getting fed up with the increasing cost of ownership.
Enpass seems really good, and it runs nicely and the UI is nice and clean, and intuitive. I like that it runs on more devices for free, and supports enough browsers to be useful. I also really like the fact that you can choose which syncing system you want to use, I'm preferring OneDrive now, as it has good storage, and I'm begining to de-Google my system.
Just a couple of caveats that I think have prevented my further use at this time.
Firstly, it doesn't run discretely in the background, like 1Password or Lastpass do. It has to remain open in the Dock (and the menubar too if you enable it), but there seems to be no way to hide it in the Dock. So it could do with a background helper, IMHO.
And, the extension for Safari seems to run really slowly, I just get a beachball for a few seconds before the menu pops up if I click on the icon, and it does become a bit tedious.
Other improvements could be slight better importing processes. I was impressed that it imported my 1Password library without any apparent problems. However, the items did end up in a bit of a mess, with my grouping headers being imported as a login item, with a box full of code text, and extra fields being added, or fields being misinterpreted, and in come cases duplicate password field, but with them as plain text (so that the password is visible).
Finally, I think they could do with making the grouping boxes a bit more configurable, with the ability to create user definable labels, or folder groups.
It seems good enough, and probably great for someone that doesn't want to fork out for 1Password, or has doubts about security on LastPass.