I'm looking for a reliable and user-friendly chess clock, but I don't want to spend $50 (under $25 would be preferable). I'm not sure whether analog or digital would be better for me - so one question is: what are the pros and cons of each? Also, if possible, I'd like it to show seconds, even for a couple-hour game. If that's not possible, then at least for the last ten minutes or so. What type or brand should I pay attention to?
Edit: I've found a couple clocks I'd probably be interested in - one is the cheapest analog clock I could find: a Chezmate precision quartz clock for $20.99, and the other is the cheapest digital one - for $32.90. I'd like to know if the analog one will be all I'll need, or whether it'll be worth it to go for a digital one. The digital one seems to have a few more features, but basically, in terms of durability and reliability, which would be better for the price?