ADDRESSES THE CORE 3 ISSUES WITH CONDOMS
A FIRST LOOK AT HEX
WHAT’S THE SECRET BEHIND HEX
After seven years of research and testing, LELO’s engineers succeeded where others have failed. Their success was based on one key discovery: it wasn’t the material of latex that needed to change, but the structure itself.
WHAT’S SPECIAL ABOUT THE HEX
There’s a reason why honeycombs are the shape they are, and why snake scales move the way they do. It’s because hexagons are strong, symmetrical, and tessellate perfectly. They’re nature’s go-to shape for anything needing to be at once lightweight, and incredibly strong. That’s why the structure of Graphene – the thinnest, strongest material known to science is … you guessed it, hexagonal.
With 350 individual hexagons applied throughout each LELO HEX, the condom’s surface tessellates and molds to the unique shape of the wearer. The result is a new feeling of intimacy and comfort never felt in condoms before.
STRUCTURE MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE
We see structure everywhere from bridges and roofing, to soccer nets and airplane wings – anything that needs to be strong and light – so why should the condom be any different? For 70 years no one asked that question, not the leading condom brands, nor the industry as a whole.
IT’S WHAT’S ON THE INSIDE THAT COUNTS
We’re all familiar with ribs and dots on condoms, but LELO’s engineers turned the application of texture on its head. There’s a reason wet weather tires in Formula 1 have a textured surface, while slick tires do not. It provides extra hold on the track and reduces the chances of slippage.
So that’s also why, unlike any condom before, HEX is covered with an internal hexagonal web. By having this web raised on the inside, not on the outside surface, HEX