You may not realize it, but a surprising number of things are laminated. The big signs that hang in store windows, your drivers license (probably), even the covers of paperback books have a layer of lamination over them. So, it stands to reason that there are machines built specifically for laminating these myriad items.
From there, one can logical deduce that there must be at least ONE company in the world that manufactures laminating equipment. Laminators are just big utilitarian machines—nothing flashy, nothing fancy, just big, mechanical devices with a singular, very specific purpose.
Now, if you happened to be the founder of a company that makes laminating machines, what would you call said company? Probably something simple and straightforward like the laminators themselves. Maybe A-1 Lamination Equipment, or Ace Laminators. You may be (rightfully) proud of your entrepreneurial enterprise, so you’d want to put your name in there—it’d be Robertson Laminators or whatever.
But would you ever think to call it Royal Sovereign Laminators? That’s Dizzy Gillespie-level tooting of ones’ own horn, that. What next, Ultimate Grand Champion Pencils? Legendary Supreme Electrical Tape?
I wish I was making this up, because it’s just so ridiculous, but, unfortunately, I kid you not. Check out DaVinci Technologies if’n you don’t believe me. But prepare to bow down before the Royal Sovereign of laminators, for he be mighty indeed!