A giant jackhammer is pitted against a safe lined with cement and ballistic steel in the premiere of this series in which top-of-the-line inventions are put to the test with extreme challenges.
A super-size firetruck made for rescuing aircraft is torched by a flamethrower used by the U.S. military. Later, a cleaning device that utilizes extreme cold attempts to penetrate armor-like fabric.
Matchups include: a laser-guided rifle vs. a remote-control aircraft; a weather-resistant umbrella vs. a wind turbine; micro-sized suction cups vs. a tree-shaking device.
Matchups include: a torch versus a chainsaw; a material that reduces noise versus a high-powered train horn; a vacuum-powered climbing device versus a world-champion athlete.
The Republic Lagun VGC 4428 industrial superdrill vs. the HPA's superdurable alloy.
Adapt Laser Systems states it has the most powerful handheld laser system; The Chemsol Randogrip is an extremely durable nonslip supercoating.
Matchups include: a memory-foam mattress versus a double-drum roller; a blender versus a sledgehammer; a dog versus a dishwasher.
Matchups include: a t-shirt gun versus a super-stretch wire; a lock maker versus an excavation company; a garbage truck versus an unbreakable case.
The very best American companies go to battle with their prized products. Super strength bomb-proof glass faces off against the extremely powerful water jet. A vacuum truck capable of sucking up 360 cubic feet of air per minute tackles the 22,000 pound electro lift magnet. Fireproof fabric takes on a scorching hot military torch. Who will win the Showdown of the Unbeatables?