^^ The Casio .... I like. But then you knew I would
Had a quick look at a few Amazon comments and wonder if the back comes off easily to change the battery, and if you wanted to use a different strap is that possible? given the nature of this topic I guess I'm thinking a cheapy NATO
But at £12 maybe we shouldn't be worrying about any of this?
PS. Was previously unaware of the word quotidian Must remember to drop it in to regular daily use.
EDIT. Just spotted it has four screws holding the back on therefore a battery swap seems very possible if needed.
I think it is pretty easy to replace the battery, you could even put some silicon grease on the seal. As for the strap, I would keep the original, because it is comfortable and the lug width is 16mm, so even if you changed the strap the watch would look ridiculously big (and not in a JB/Goldfinger/submariner way).
'quotidian': due to the fact that English language has around 30% words of French origin and 10-20% of Latin, it is often way easier for us, French to use the words that are close the ones we use regularly in French (quotidien>quotidian). Moreover, it sounds often formal (I must have scored many points when I sat for English exams such as CAE and CPE). Oddly enough, in France, when taught English, we are forbidden to use them...