Since I got this G-2900 a few days ago, I got used to wearing digital again. I wore it 23/7 (took it off for showers, except after a workout)
I got attached to it quickly, using the multi-function alarms as reminders/schedules, e-DATA feature to help remember website passwords, timer to not burn things, stopwatch to time all manner of things.
Not only is a G-Shock convenient for its feature set, but also very comfortable. Most watches, I won't wear to bed, because they wind up sticking to my wrist and being uncomfortable by the morning. But a G-Shock, just loosened up a notch is just as comfortable as a well-designed analog watch with a broken-in leather strap. Not to mention probably being 100X more durable due to no moving parts. (at least the digitals)
Just for giggles, I wore it while working out one day this past week, thinking it was redundant, since the machines have timers on them. But one day, after running for an hour, I found that my G-Shock was 30 seconds faster than the built-in timer! Obviously, the run from some cheap timing circuit, rather than from quartz.
I wore this to court Wednesday under my suit. Guys, this is a cardinal sin in the watch world. But I figured "what the heck?" The suit sleeve will cover it up, so unless I check it in front of the judge, it won't make any difference. Even then, I don't think she would have given a hoot.
I was a real watch collector, I have about 30 of them, from all different genres. But I think I'm going to stick with this G as long as I can manage. Maybe forever? It's got me thinking of selling off the rest of my collection.