We like Rolexes just like everyone else. The iconic crown, the myriad variations and the durability are just a few of the reasons why picking up your first Rolex is a rite of passage for men the world over. But the one thing we have a problem with (there always has to be something, right?) is the price. Even a barely functional, beat up Rolex that’s decades old costs more than that first car with the big back seat you owned in high school. $545 is still a lot of money to be spending on a watch, but the Magrette Regattare 2011 is a pill that’s a whole hell of a lot easier to swallow than the horse tranquilizer sized price tag of a Rolex – and the quality is similar. 21 jewel Miyota movement, brushed bezel, screw down crown and 500M water resistance are just a few of the reasons that this would be McQueen’s driving watch of choice if it was around when he was.