An inventor comes to The Cave with his creation in hopes of getting a shot a deal that could earn him a fortune. But Scotty and Reichart aren't quite sure what to make of the inventor s "Skorpian."
Bothered by boys looking to date his teenage daughter, a father invents a product that he believes will keep her safe and will also make him millions.
Two brothers believe they have invented an off-road ride that could be the next big thing since the ATV. But if they re going to get a "yes" from Scotty or Reichart, their invention is going to have to survive a test the inventors never expected.
An inventor fed up with the time it takes linesmen to measure first downs puts his mind and money into a product that he believes will change the game of football. Will he score the deal he's looking for or will his invention get sacked?
A young inventor claims he's created a new high tech weapon. Will he get a "yes" from Scotty and Reichart or will his shot at a potential deal backfire?
All hail breaks loose in Texas when Scotty and Reichart test an invention designed to protect cars from damaging hailstorms.
Scotty takes on a tornado of dust, debris and itchy stuff to test a product that its inventor hopes will make him millions.
A dynamic duo of gadget makers serves up an invention that they say will forever change the way we eat ribs, wings and other finger foods.
One inventor's future rides on a new skateboard design while another takes on a new direction with a compass belt.
One inventor claims to have figured out a way to stop copper theft, while another insists he's created the ultimate device to keep pesky pigeons away.
It's safety first for Garrett and Reichart as they test an inflatable shelter designed for natural disasters, and then a fall-proof ladder.
All hail breaks loose in Texas, when Scotty and Reichart test a married couple's invention. It's designed to protect cars from damaging hailstorms. But, will it survive Scotty and Reichart's secret weapon?
Scotty takes on a tornado of dust, debris and itchy crap to test a product that its inventor hopes will make him millions. Then Reichart turns up the heat when the guys blast the invention with a torrent of fire.
A dynamic duo of inventors serve up an invention that they say will forever change the way we eat ribs, wings and other finger foods.
From the Wright Brothers to Steve Jobs to John Pembleton, who created Coca-Cola in a backyard kettle, it is often the common man inventing his dream that has changed history. In Invention USA, tech and science experts Riechart Von Wolfsheild and Garrett Lisi dedicate themselves to finding the "next great invention" in the mix of prototypes presented by amateur inventors. In every case, the stakes are high: a dream is on the line, often one that has been years and many thousands of dollars in the making.
A master designer, artist and inventor, Scotty Ziegler devotes himself to the building of all things cool.
Blending his talents from several fields, Reichart has designed everything from toys to weapons and developed more than 120 products.
Reichart uses his bike-riding simulator to analyze Garrett's cycling mechanics.
The guys test out the DUS-T's ability to protect the user from from a harmful substance. Will the DUS-T keep scotty safe from pepper spray?
An inventor tests his homemade jet pack with fiery results.
The guys build an air cannon and launch chunks of ice at a junk car to illustrate what kind of damage hail does to an unprotected car.
Our hosts send a volunteer 30 feet up a tree to see if this invention can hold his weight of over 300 pounds.
The inventors of a personalized pet bed invite a self-proclaimed "pet psychic" to interpret how a dog feels around their product.
An exciting part of America's economic and industrial history has been written by amateur inventors, often working in their backyards and garages on "the next great thing." From the Wright Brothers to Steve Jobs to John Pembleton creating Coca-Cola in a backyard kettle, it is often the common man inventing his dream that has changed history.
Whether they're visiting backyard inventors on their home turf or meeting them at Scotty's home base, a.k.a. "The Cave," Scotty and Reichart will put prototypes to the test and give a tough, no-nonsense evaluation of the invention's potential.
Scotty and Reichart take the Human Hoist to a professional garage and challenge a mechanic to perform several tasks on his traditional creeper and then on the invention.
Reichart and Garrett take pitches from amateur inventors including a sweat-removing arm band for chefs, a satellite dish cover, a sanding glove, and a portable neck cushion that allows a person to sleep anywhere.
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