The Re-Inventors: Floatation Suit
Shipwrecks claimed the lives of thousands in the early 20th century. In response to these disasters, a sailor named John Edlund invented one of the strangest water survival suits ever designed, with a helmet that resembled a cosmonaut's. But the Re-Inventors think that this forgotten invention could have been a legitimate lifesaver. Using Edlund's blueprint and materials from the early 1900s, Matt and Jeremy determine whether this suitcase suit sinks or floats.
Shipwreck Survival Suit
The Re-Inventors go overboard testing out an early 20th-century design for a bizarre flotation suit meant to save lives in shipwrecks like the Titanic.