If you take some time to look, there are some very expensive, and sometimes wacky, things for sale online in South Africa.
Import services like WantItAll also occasionally run into trouble with their software, listing items for ludicrously-high prices due to technical errors.
While we know it’s just a glitch, it’s still funny to see a 6-man tent on sale for over a million rand.
Below are an assortment of expensive and interesting items you can buy online in South Africa.
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Offices And Plant For Sale – R150,000,000 neg. (OLX)
Looking to start your own business?
Globalization in World History – R2,320,646 (Loot)
This seems to be an error, as Amazon has the book for $125.
LG 105″ 3D Smart UHD LED TV – R1,405,000 (Makro)
If you’re looking for the best, most expensive TV available in South Africa, LG offers this monster.
Injection Moulding Machine (Supermaster 700 Ton) + Chair Mould – R1,200,000 (Gumtree)
If you can’t afford this, we suggest you take a seat.
Coleman 6-person tent – R1,011,093 (WantItAll)
This listing was corrected between the time of writing and the time of publication. The tent is now R8,875.
Star Home double-layer family tents – R545,450 (WantItAll)
They missed this one, though.
Asus ROG GX700VO – R108,792 (Wootware)
Asus isn’t the only manufacturer to sell R100,000+ laptops in South Africa.
Masterline Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice Superman statue – R64,298 (Raru)
True fans would get a pre-order in for a R60k+ 1m tall polystone statue.
2TB Intel P3700 PCI-Express 3.0 SSD – R51,878 (Rebel Tech)
When you need storage that costs as much as a whole gaming PC, get a high-end SSD.
The Sojourner Keyboard – R26,017 (Importitall)
A steampunk keyboard from Datamancer, as seen on SyFy’s Warehouse 13.
Knight Rider: Complete Region A Blu-ray Box – R14,156 (Raru)
For the true Hasselhoff fan, there can be no substitute. In Japanese and English, with Japanese subtitles.
3-Star lodge – R12,875,000 (Gumtree)
Some of the most expensive online listings on auction and classifieds sites are properties and businesses, such as this 3-star lodge.
Japanese Vase – R10,000,000 (Bidorbuy)
The listing does state it is “rare”.