HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Flexthetics aims to change the way you manage and store your daily supplements, vitamins, and snacks. The idea came to Josh Daniels and Chris Bello of Sugar Land, Texas in December 2016. These young entrepreneurs had their first 3D printed prototype brought to life within 24 hours.
Flexthetics is introducing a new way to organize your snacks and supplements. Fitness enthusiasts and nutrition stores want to start ordering them, but some investment is required prior to mass production. The team is launching a Kickstarter campaign in June 2017 to crowdfund these molds via preorders.
The Flexthetics Pro
The Flexthetics Pro has five chambers and an attachable funnel for convenience. Users can simply fill each chamber as desired using the funnel. The invention was designed with minimal footprint in mind and conveniently fits into most 600ml shaker bottles.
After hundreds of hours of revisions and testing, Josh and Chris reached a final design they were content with. They filed a patent in March 2017, Chris quit his corporate oil & gas job, and they got to work. Since idea inception, Flexthetics has added Josh’s brother, Jeremy to the team as Art Director, and Cosmin Budinschi as Lead Web Developer.
Entrepreneurial at a young age
Friends since childhood, they’ve had an entrepreneurial spark before. In 2001 when Josh and Chris were 11 and 10, respectively, they held Magic Shows and Summer Sales for the neighborhood kids.
How you can help
Flexthetics is launching a Kickstarter campaign on June 12, 2017 for an entire month to raise funding for the molds needed for production. You can help prototypes turn into final products by spreading the word of the campaign in addition to preordering one or more units. Once funding is obtained, Flexthetics can begin shipping as early as December 2017. Call 832-767-8468 or visit www.flexthetics.com for more information. You can also follow them on Facebook and Instagram.