16-year-old Makes Up To S$30k A Month Flipping Sneakers
Geylang Methodist Secondary School student Remus Er started out playing Key Master, a type of claw machine for sneakers. He used his savings of S$1,000 to win five pairs of shoes which he re-sold for S$2,500.
Today, this teen boss juggles studying for O-Levels and a sneaker reselling business, Hype Master. He buys limited edition sneakers and the latest releases – like the Nike x Off White Air Force 1 Volt and Adidas Yeezy 350 V2 Synth (non-reflective) Asia exclusive – to ‘flip’ them. On good months, he makes up to S$30,000 in sales.
His biggest sale – a pair of Air Dior Low for S$8,000.
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