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This show features inventors that are trying to create the next big thing. Many of these inventors are regular people with big ideas. They go before a panel of experts and try to convince them that their invention is the next big thing. If the panel agrees their invention will be produced.

All-American Makers is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (18 episodes). The series first aired on January 21, 2015.

All-American Makers is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch All-American Makers on demand atAmazon, Vudu, Science Channel, Google Play, iTunes online.

Wednesdays 10:00 PM et/pt on Science
2 Seasons, 18 Episodes
January 21, 2015
Reality, How To
Cast: Kelly Ann Barrett, Tamara Fritts, Jennifer Montague, Eddie Phanichkul
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All-American Makers Full Episode Guide

  • Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products: a pair of dice that puts a new twist on games, a backpack support providing major relief, a programmable electric skate board and a personal training app.

  • Brook and Brian help Marc check out four big claims.

  • Experts Brook & Brian help Marc vet four big claims: the world's first dedicated survival flashlight, the first truly portable large drone, a drawing arm robot kit for kids and a device that makes caviar-like pearls out of almost any food.

  • Marc, Brook & Brian scrutinize four claims: the most advanced bicycle handlebar, an emergency inflation device for flat tires, a product to check a wet diaper through clothing and a suit allowing you to safely navigate without the sense of sight.

  • Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products: a ratchet tool that gives you 5x the power with 5x the speed, an efficient portable solar cooker, the safest boat in the world and an archery training system that works without firing an arrow.

  • Brook & Brian help Marc vet four big claims: a device that can 3D print, laser engrave and mill; a trashcan that scans items to create a grocery list; an electronic coating that protects your device from getting wet; an enclosed electric hybrid bike.

  • Brook and Brian assist Marc in his investigation of four big claims: disappearing ink that allows paper be reused, a remote control steering system for a jet ski, a UV air filter for toilets, and an alarm clock that uses directional light and sound to wake you up.

  • Marc, Book and Brian analyze four big claims: an electric car that uses a wall outlet; a product that helps prevent concussions; a saw that cuts exact holes for electrical outlets; a phone case that allows for instant printing of pictures.

  • Experts Brook & Brian help Marc vet four big claims: a carbon fiber crash-proof drone; a fitness device using centripetal force for a total body workout; a silent, rechargeable, portable generator; a global tracking device that can be found anywhere.

  • Brook & Brian help Marc vet four big claims: a Big Wheels for adults; self-heating windshield wipers make scraping your windshield obsolete; a multi tool that fits in your hand and can chop down a tree; a device with both augmented AND virtual reality.

  • Marc, Book and Brian scrutinize four big claims: a suitcase with USB outputs & a patented vacuum-pack shrinking system; Legos for robots; a portable fish finding device that uses Bluetooth; a fitness boot that stores energy the same as animals.

  • Experts Brook & Brian help Marc vet four big claims: a stylish and comfy flame-resistant work shirt; the world's first indestructible coffee maker; the first ever-portable wood-fired solar-powered grill; a full set of golf clubs that fits in a backpack.

  • The show features an automobile that lets cyclists achieve highway speeds.

  • Featuring a shirt that changes colors as muscles heat up, plus a glue that dries on request.

  • Brook and Brian help Mark vet four innovative products: a remote controlled lawn mower; a revolutionary digital guitar; an indestructible flashlight that powers your electronics; and a bike helmet that records brainwaves and stress levels when you ride.

  • Experts Brook and Brian help Marc decide if he should invest in a brain-controlled toy helicopter; a non-toxic, liquid stain repellant; a fetch toy that dogs can control by themselves; or an airbag vest for motorcyclists.

  • Marc, Book and Brian scrutinize four big claims: a bike that can ride on water; social robots with personalities; a device that improves the reaction time of boxers; and a product claiming to give its user a healthy amount of sun without getting burned.

  • Brook, Brian, and investor Marc Portney try motorized roller skates users can strap to their shoes; a water filter that works similar to a French press; a 360-degree infrared surveillance device; a gun that allows people shoot flies with table salt.