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Frustrated with the often time-consuming task of having to rewind the nylon wire to standard spools on his line trimmer, Frank Walker came up with the idea to use strips of nylon wire rather than the conventional wind-on spools.

In 2003 Frank commissioned local engineering experts Gaminco to produce the first Littl' Juey prototype head. The design worked and it still forms the basis of the Littl' Juey cutting technology. With the success of the early prototypes Frank went into business to manufacture and market the product.

The first Littl' Juey heads were machined from aluminum and were designed for use on straight-shaft machines only. But the demand for a head that fitted bent-shaft machines became so great a universal adaptor was designed to meet this demand.

Littl' Juey was launched at the New Zealand Field Days in 2003 where it won the new equipment innovation award.

To reduce production costs and the retail price of the Littl' Juey heads, the next step was to replace the aluminum construction with high-grade polymer. Frank brought in Locus Research to develop and productionise the design suitable for high quality, high volume production. With demand for longer-life nylon line growing, production of Littl' Juey Reloads followed.

Since the initial prototype the Littl' Juey cutting head design has been modified to fit 99% of all brush cutters and line trimmers, regardless of brand. All parts are supplied and no tools are required for attaching the Littl' Juey head.

In 2007 Littl Juey and Locus Research developed Littl' Juey Electric, the first 650W electric line trimmer designed specifically to utilise the Littl' Juey cutting technology. In 2008 the Littl' Juey Electric was awarded the Bronze design award at the prestigious BEST Design Award.

Today new ideas are being developed to take the hassle out of poorly designed lawn and garden care products.

 

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