I bought a $4500 storage pallet & bagged goods worth $8000 – I got a Michael Kors watch and pricey gaming products

STORAGE Wars' Rene Nezhoda said he "came to play" on Tuesday's episode of the show, and he certainly played hard.

He dropped a whopping $4,500 on a storage unit but will earn almost the same amount back.

Nezhoda won the storage unit after a fierce bidding war between his bargain-hunting castmates and admitted he could possibly have made a mistake.

Luckily, he quickly found that there were tons of high-tag items that would make his money back and then some.

First, he pulled out a Makita hammer drill and a Milwaukee hammer drill that he thinks he can resell for $75 and $100, respectively.

He also pulled out a bag with $200 worth of tools in it and a hamper with approximately $200 worth of clothes.

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Then, he discovered a cased of Profoto, a brand from Sweden, camera equipment he is confident will make him $2,000.

Nezhoda certainly got off to a strong start.

Continuing on his lucky streak, he discovered bags of costume jewelry and watches he claimed is worth $500.

He then opened a box that contained an LG TV monitor he said will make him $200 and more than $2,000 worth of video games and gaming consoles.

He also found over $1,000 worth of computer monitors.

He certainly bought something for everyone in this storage unit.

"Even though this locker is like all over the place, I like it," he quipped.

As Nezhoda finished up sorting through his new belongings, he opened up the piece he had been waiting for: a locked safe.

After prying it open, he exclaimed with joy because he knew he had truly hit the jackpot.

In the safe was a bounty of name-brand watches, such as Michael Kors, Kenneth Cole, and OMEGA.

He expected to make at least $100 off of each watch.

At the end of the day, Nezhoda said he plans to make $7,975 for a profit of $3,475.

"You know what? Honestly, I got caught up in a bidding war with Darrell [Sheets] and I was really, really worried about this locker.

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"But this locker's great," he smiled.

Storage Wars airs on A&E on Tuesdays at 9pm ET.

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