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Rehook wins Queen’s innovation award for tool that aims to make refitting a dropped chain easy

Rehook wins Queen’s innovation award for tool that aims to make refitting a dropped chain easy

2022 Rehook 2 Rehook has received the Innovation gong at the Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2022 for its Original and Plus tools that are designed…

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2022 Rehook 2 Rehook has received the Innovation gong at the Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2022 for its Original and Plus tools that are designed to help you refit your chain when it drops off the crankset, all while preventing your hands from getting mucky. 2022 Rehook 3 The Queen turns 96 today, and so it’s only fitting that the award winners have been announced on her birthday; and Rehook are among those to be recognised, having been creating and developing unique tools and accessories for cyclists since 2016.

The inventor of Rehook went on to secure £50,000 in funding in 2019 on Dragons’ Den in return for a 25 per cent stake in the business from the show’s Deborah Meaden.

The brand says it has grown consistently at around 40%-50% revenue growth over the last five years, saying it has begun plans to push heavily into Europe and the USA in 2022. Rehook claimed its original tool could tool could get your chain back on your bike in three seconds, without any mess. The unique patented design has a hook on the end to pull the chain into place, and the handle is designed to keep oil and dirt away from your hands and clothes.

“It can get into small gaps that fingers can’t reach and makes a multitude of chain related tasks and jams much simpler to resolve,” says Rehook.

This simple but effective tool costs£12.99.

“The design of the teeth is perfect”, Mike Stead concluded when he tested the tool for […]

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