A YouTuber managed to get his hands on an incredible haul after risking more than £500 to buy a pallet of Amazon returns.
Given that Amazon sells pretty much everything under the sun, there's just as much good stuff on there as there is questionable.
Buying an entire pallet of other people's returns is definitely a risky game. You could end up with all sorts of treasures, or you could find yourself laden with all the things people have hit with a one-star rating.
It's a gamble, but one YouTuber ConnorTV was willing to take when he forked out $675 (£545) for a number of mystery boxes.
He explained: "These here are all items that people ended up returning from Amazon, and instead of Amazon keeping them, they send them to a liquidation company."
Things didn't get off to a great start for the YouTuber as he opened a washing hamper, a pregnancy pillow and a baby car seat, but while the items might not have been what Connor was in the market for, they all contributed towards the potential profits he could make from the pallet.
Before long, Connor had made back his first $100 thanks to the items he found in the boxes.
He only got more successful from there, as he went on to reveal some lawn mower tyres and a piece of artwork.
Other items in the pallet included an axe throwing set, stemless wine glasses, a tripod, plates, a desk cabinet and a tent, as well as a box of four air filters, which he looked up on Amazon and found were worth $185 (£150) each.
Another exciting find came in the form of car coils, which he looked up and found new on Amazon for $1,200 (£971).
"Ain't no flippin' way," Connor said. "We only spent like six something on this pallet and just... that made up for the entire pallet right there. That's huge. That is huge huge."
Connor admitted that probably wouldn't use all of the items, but pointed out they could be great for 'flipping'.
After making it to the end of the pallet, Connor estimated he'd managed to get his hands on more than $4,000 (£3,231) worth of items.
"This was insane," he said. "Let me know if you guys want me to do this again."
Connor's video has racked up thousands of views, so it looks like Connor will be unboxing plenty more pallets in the future.