Received lavalier a week ago and so far i am happy with the sound and works great in conjunction with the zoom h1n . There is a good signal coming from the mic which means you dont have to push the preamps (no hiss) You will have to buy a Rode Micon 2 for an extra EUR20 as there is no jack on the cable. it comes in a nice solid carry case which fits nicely into my kit bag also has a windshield.
I use these mics with Rode MiCon 5 adapters and xlr-cables connected to my zoom H6 when videorecording. Since we don't record so often, and always sit in a studio-like way during our recordings, I prefer the extra fuzz with cables instead of worrying about batteries in wireless microphones. (Not to mention that wireless lavalier microphones are much more expensive.)
These microphones give me perfect sound quality for my line of work. Good build quality as well. The connection between the adapter and the small connector on the lavalier cable might seem a bit fragile. But it is apparently sturdier than it looks and has worked perfect now for more than a year.