Our World Has Changed. The Condom Hasn’t. Until Now
Meet HEX, the re-engineered condom from one of the world's leading brand in luxury pleasure, LELO.
HEX represents one of the biggest advances in condom technology for over 70 years, due to a unique design that’s inspired by the hexagonal structure of graphene - the strongest, thinnest structure known to science.
The shaft of the HEX condom is composed of 350 small hexagons that have thick walls and ultra-thin panels. That HEX delivers strength, thinness and sensation through structure.
LELO HEX comes as a giant leap forward in the fight for great, safe sex – with a structurally different design, that means you can see and feel the difference.
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 have a textured surface, while slick tires do not. Texture provides extra hold on the track and reduces the chances of slippage.
That’s why, unlike any condom before, HEX is covered with an internal hexagonal web.
By having this raised web on the inside rather than the outside surface, , HEX helps you and your partner enjoy each other fully and with confidence.
Strength Graphene-inspired HEX structure for thinness and strength combined.
Sensation Raised inner structure designed to minimize slippage and maximize sensitivity.
Intimacy Ultra-thin panels flex and mold to the uniqueness of the wearer.
PLEASURE & SAFETY THROUGH INNOVATION – New, re-engineered HEX improves grip and reduces slippage
STRENGTH & THINNESS COMBINED – The hexagonal web provides the strength to contain a condom break to an individual hexagonal cell
ENHANCED SAFETY - The HEX web decreases the chance of tears and contains them on the off chance that they do occur
GUARANTEED PLEASURE - HEX brings together the strength of a thick condom and pleasure of a thin one
REVOLUTIONARY HEXAGONAL STRUCTURE - The shaft of the HEX condom is composed of 350 small hexagons that have thick walls and ultra-thin panels