I still miss the look of the old Phasar watch. And I'm keeping it in case I find a good repair site. Not that I expect to, but the little watch doesn't take up much space in a drawer I keep weird stuff in.
Here is a picture of the new watch from the selling site...
Ignore the resin watchband; that's what I tore off. But do note that the display shows time to seconds, day and date above, and 'PM" to the left of the time (not shown). I don't have to push any buttons to know everything I want from a watch.
There is still too much unnecessary junk wording around the top and bottom, but that was the simplest I could find.
The new band is a double velcro type that is hard to find. But it is also black, and that suits me.
I expect to have to change the battery soon. Very oddly, the watch came with a notice that the installed battery was for testing and evaluation and may not last as long as a new commercial battery. Somehow, they managed not to mention that on the sales site. Well, that's OK, I have the tools to replace it.
I am actually quite pleased with the new watch. Black suits me, the small amount of blue is not especially obvious in daylight, and the replaced velcro is soft and comfortable.
Here are pictures of the assembled watch and bands...