Since I am popping up in the forum today anyway and I already uploaded it, here is my 1958 LeCoultre Powermatic. I was really pleased to be able to find the solid 14k version (the vast majority available are 10k plated) with (importantly) a dial that has not been restored. I really love the patina on this thing - even and subtle. What's also cool is that you can place a Geiger-Meuller tube next to it and confirm that the hands have been painted with radium.
Usually when the phrase "soaking wet" is added it is meant to imply that the person being referred to is very skinny. So then, even when you soak them and their clothes to the bone - adding as much weight as possible to them - they are still very slight.
Here. There. Up. Down. In. Out. All around.
I poked my head up out of my self-imposed finish-your-damn-doctorate exile to find out what frankenstitching was after stitchy messaged me on LinkedIn while I was looking for boots. Been lurking about for the last week or so.