I have a Fluke amp-clamp with digital multimeter functions and an inexpensive Craftsman digital which has a rubber-ish armor cover. For simple measurements on the bike, either is fine.
There are occasional situations where an analog meter would be nice. For example, I was checking the trailer plug on my car. I turned on the hazards to see what the voltage was. It was difficult to read, since the digital meters have to see the voltage for a second or so to stabilize. No one was around, or I would have had someone step on the brake so the lights were steady on.
Please don't post just to criticize the question. Either you have an answer or you don't.