The TeleHex idea was born in the chaotic dorm room of University of Toronto mechanical engineering student Peter Wen. Helping his roommate fix his bicycle, he was flat on his stomach looking for a missing hex key when he thought - "why can't Allen keys come on a single adjustable head?"
A year later, TeleHex made its market debut on Kickstarter where it raised almost $26,000 with 517 backers. Since then, thousands of early adopters have tried and have come to love the world's first self-adjusting hex key.
Today, TeleHex is a small team of three based out of Toronto, Canada. Say hi at firstname.lastname@example.org!