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Promotional Enterprises LLC
Phone: (502) 244-8924
NEW FISHING PRODUCT ELIMINATEDS THEADING AND KNOTING
Not-Knot changes fishing forever
Louisville, KY (August 24, 2017) – Promotional Enterprises LLC, makers of the Not-Knot, has introduced their new fishing product via website http://www.fishingnoknot.com.
The Not-Knot is a revolutionary development in making fishing faster and easier to connect the fishing hook to the fishing line without trying a knot or threading the hood. For thousands of years fishermen have struggled with ways to connect the hook to the line. Now there is a patent pending product that eliminates the problem all together in about 10 seconds.
The process is simple. Promotional Enterprises LLC has designed an aluminum tube twisted 90 degrees in the center. The fishing line enters the tube from one end and the fishing hook enters from the other end. The 90 degrees twist stops the hook half way. The tube is then crimped on each end with a special crimping tool, locking the line and hook inside the Not-Knot. The process is fast, easy and safe. Fishing will never be the same again.
Promotional Enterprises LLC was form by three partners who looking for opportunities to design products that make life easier. The partners consist of an engineer, an attorney and a business manager. Promotional Enterprises LLC hold several patents pending applications.
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My friend Tom, who now my partner, is 60 years old. He has shaky hands. I am a mechanical engineer. Tom cannot easily thread a hook or tie an knot. So I came up with the idea to lock the line and hook into one connector. A straight tube did not work. It allowed the hook and/or line the slip through, so I twisted the tube 90 degree.
The process is simple. Loop the line and put in one end of the not-knot and crimp. Put the hook in the other end and crimp. The line and hook are locked inside the not-knot in about 10 second. Did you view the video?
I had to design a special crimper that has a gap at the bottom so-as-to make sure the tube was crimped evenly across on both sides when crimping.
From there we applied for a patent and it is now pending. We did strength lock testing, got a manufacturer, designed the packaging and are now stocked up and ready to sell.