I'm just plain old fashioned when it comes to watches, and actually most pilots are. Rolex or Breitling are the norm, sometimes, but not often, Omega.
G-shock is worn in the field, mostly by American Troops, they have some sweet deal with the Pentagon.
Very, very few pilots of my generation really trust digital watches much.
It's what you get used to I suppose, I just set my Rolex bevel for time offset to destination and at a glance know my local ETA.
When you are dealing with less than competent ATCs, which I often do, talking in their terms about local time avoids confusion.
A Rolex drifts by less than a second per annum, that's part of why they cost so much :)
It's all good now anyway :)
Just once I was going to Malaysia and my wife had heard some horror stories about expensive watches,being ripped off up there so she went and bought me some Digital thing which I dutifully wore and left the Rolex at home - not that I worry much about street thugs anyway, a Colt .45 ACP tends to tell them to piss off, but she did not need to know that.
I had to transit back via Singapore and the damned thing started losing time. If I had not have seen the real time on a shop clock I'd have missed my flight...
Never again, binned it and have been to Malaysia many times since wearing the Rolex, never been accosted, friendly city really, even late at night.
I come from an analogue world yet work in a digital one. I don't really trust computers much, spend too much time fixing them and a digital watch is really just a simplified computer, but I'd not have a clue how to fix one.
I like my Rolex, other than the past couple of weeks it has never let me down, idiots incorporated caused that and given my profession (s) it was written off to tax long ago anyway :)
In picking up my now fixed watch I was looking over their display, so asked the salesgirl how their sales went, analogue versus digital. A rather elitist store for sure but she said they hardy ever sell a digital so they keep their stocks low.
And no, not wearing two watches, I don't think you understand flying in high density air, that would be plain confusing :)
All fine now anyway, so I'll just keep on doing it my way, with a rather complex flight coming up so not about to change my habits :)