This watch has the look of the original G-Shocks from the late 80s and hasn't aged a bit, it feels and wears cool now as ever.
The pros and conns follow, just notice that although the conns look as much or more than the pros they are highly subjective.
Pros: - clean display (no unneeded info like year or passive lettering on the display) - looks (though, classy, and kind of stealthy) - feel (though, right weight) - functions (24h stopwatch and countdown timer, current time shown on all modes) - Being a common model the replacement parts are easy to find (for when the strap breaks or the bezel start to get resin rot)
Cons: - advertised two year battery lifetime (though it has been reported as conservative and most people mention over 5 years) - the ultra recessed adjust button is kind of weird, moreover when you're supposed to use it to operate the stopwatch - the non-casio position of the light and stop+start buttons (they are swapped compared to most other casio models) - no way to disable the button press sounds - no vibration alarms
Been wearing this daily for the last couple of months, it's THE daily beater.