Episode 1. Rock Breaker vs Safe
(AIR DATE 04/04/2014)
A battle pitting a practically impenetrable Brown safe lined with cement and ballistic steel against the Chicago Pneumatic Breaker - a two-story-tall superjackhammer.
Episode 2. Flamethrower vs. Fire Truck
(AIR DATE 04/11/2014)
Fire and water go head-to-head when the E-One Titan Force supersized fire truck takes on Charlie Hobson and his M9 flamethrower, which expels 3,500-degree flames. At the other end of the thermometer, Cold Jet's innovative ice-blasting machine can clean even the toughest surfaces by quickly bringing its temperature down to negative 109 degrees Fahrenheit, but may have met its match when it battles Tuff-N-Lite a cut-, slash- and abrasion-resistant fabric with twice the strength of Kevlar.
Episode 3. Rifle vs. Drone
(AIR DATE 04/18/2014)
The TrackingPoint Rifle, one of the most accurate firearms on the market, shoots a laser beam to track its target there is virtually no way this gun will miss. But when pitted against the ATI drone an agile eight-rotor, unmanned flying octo-copter the winner of this showdown is anything but certain.
Episode 4. Torch vs. Chainsaw
(AIR DATE 04/25/2014)
This episode turns up the volume when Acoustiblok, a thin noise-reduction material that is as effective as 12 inches of solid concrete, takes on the Nathan Air Chime, a screaming train horn that produces the same decibel levels as a jet airplane. The next showdown sucks literally when a PVAC, a vacuum-powered climbing device that allows a person to quickly and safely scale any flat wall or surface, takes on world-champion rock climber Tori Allen in a race to the top of a 90-foot wall.
Episode 5. Drill vs. Super Metal
(AIR DATE 05/02/2014)
The Republic Lagun VGC 4428 industrial superdrill can tear through just about any solid object in its path, but it's found a formidable opponent in HPA's superdurable alloy that boasts four times the strength of other metals. Next up, the Stang cannon can shoot up to 16,000 gallons of water per minute, but it might be left wet behind the ears when facing off against Ultra Ever Dry super coating that repels water on a molecular level.
Episode 6. Laser vs. Super Epoxy
(AIR DATE 05/09/2014)
Adapt Laser Systems claims it has the most powerful handheld laser system on the planet. But it may have met its match. The Chemsol Randogrip is an extremely durable nonslip supercoating trusted by the U.S. Navy. Next up, two competitors battle it out in a game of tug-of-war not fit for the schoolyard. The JetCat, a mini version of a commercial jet engine, is challenged by the Jetovator, a watercraft that can propel its rider straight into the air.
Episode 7. Blender vs. Sledge Hammer
(AIR DATE 05/16/2014)
Brooklyn Bedding claims its memory foam retains its shape through anything, but the makers of the Dynapac CC722 think this bedding company is just dreaming. The 38,000-pound double-drum roller sets out to flatten this foam once and for all. Next up, one of the world's most powerful blenders, Blendtec, has blades that spin at 300 miles per hour, but can it survive the force of the B.A.S.H. sledgehammer? Later, it's a battle of dog versus machine.
Episode 8. T-Shirt Gun vs. Stretch Cable
(AIR DATE 05/23/2014)
First, the Bleacher Reacher Mega, which uses compressed CO2 to launch T-shirts into stadiums, is up against iStretch, a wire that can stretch 300 percent without breaking. Our second match-up pits OnGuard, the makers of some of the toughest locks and chains, against Link-Belt, whose excavators can dig with super strength. Finally, the New Way Sidewinder XTR garbage truck, capable of delivering 60,000 pounds of crushing force, faces off against the Calzone case, custom made to take a beating.
Episode 9. Magnet vs. Vacuum
(AIR DATE 08/22/2014)