The name needs to be commented on, because everyone is thinking it.Yeah, I wasn't going to comment on the brand, because I guess that ship has sailed -- it appears they have a number of watches already branded with that name. But, as with Torquemada, it doesn't do much for me. The odd spelling (at least for an American English speaker) gives me pause-- is it supposed to be pronounced like "Millennial" or not? If so, then what's the accent aigu over doing the "e" doing? Making it more French? Making it sound like Mill-ay-nee-al?? It feels like you have an Oneders problem.
If the brand is supposed to be Millennial, I wish it were just spelled that way. It's not an awful brand name (even though Americans talk about "Millennials" as a generation pejoratively). But even as it is, it's not the worst one out there...
There are people who would never buy this, solely because of the name...
This is the website,
because most of the links provided in the first post don't work for me.
Millenials click here: https://www.instagram.com/mileneal_official/ ;-)
According to the brand, their name is derived from millenials / youth:
"One of our main goals is to provide a solution to the young working class - the millennials.
Hence, the inception of the name Mileneal."
You can read their own words here
It's good to have this understanding, because there is another brand with a similar name that confused people too.
(In that case... "Míleata" ... means "military" in the Irish language ... who knew!)
Anyway the Mileneal tagline could use ... tuning
The designs are attractive, but I'm holding out for watches from Gerry Hattrick & Co.