Hard to say. There is definitely a market for f300's and there appears to be a strong buyers market for the Speedmaster "lobster". However I think this model would mostly appeal to f300 collectors and therefore should be valued around the prices fetched for non-chronograph f300's...
I had a Maxum (Australian surf brand) watch that was similar in design to that one. One solid mother or a watch. I won it a few years ago; ended up giving it to a mate as it lacked a date function, and to reset its chrono was tedious, as it would wind the second and minute hands back the other way - slightly faster than they went in the first place.....horrid thing it was.
The 'lobster' on the other hand, im sure is a great watch. Looks nice....sleek and smooth!
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