Ghanaian watch brand
Patoranking touts Caveman watches for “extravagance and elegance”
After the massive patronage of Desmond Eliot, Don Jazzy and other Nigerian entertainment personalities for the high-end Ghanaian watch brand Caveman Watches, music star Patoranking is next to own and support the Caveman watch.
When it comes to dressing well, one of themain “rules of thumb”” wear a good watch. Nigerian music superstar Patoranking joined in praising the watch brand “for providing consumers with both classic and casual.” models at a reasonable price. “
In a recent Instagram post on the Caveman Watch page, the CEO and founder of the globally recognized watch brand, Anthony Dzamefe, is seen in a photo with “Abule” hitmaker and blogger Kobby Kyei, a Caveman Foundation brand ambassador.
The meeting between the three is believed to be a potential partnership between Caveman and Patoranking to help project the watch brand into the Nigerian market.
Patoranking was very complimentary towards the watch brand which is imperative for its fashion and brand to project an African initiative to the whole world. platforms. Reacting to the Instagram post, he commented: ‘It’s ours’
The music star urges Africans at home and in the Diaspora to sponsor African initiatives to support the homeland. He said, “We have to support our people.”
The music star showed interest in supporting the watch brand by owning one of the beautiful pieces, a personalized 18k gold Aviator watch that emerged on social media. The watch has the name of the musician on the face.
Caveman is a globally recognized watch manufacturing company from Ghana that has caught the eye of The New York Times and others.
The brand has achieved many successes over the years with its beautiful, innovative timepieces such as the Blue Volta, which pays homage to Lake Volta, and its flagship, the Caveman Turbo Premium, which graced the wrists of the President of Ghana, HE Nana Akuffo Addo, Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, Dr Kwame Despite, Asamoah Gyan, Akon, Don Jazzy etc.
Brief history of watches
The history of the watch began with the so-called quadrans, a disk whose time could be determined using protractors. Then, at the beginning of the 16th century, Peter Henlein (a German from Nuremberg) made the first portable clock with a spring mechanism.
This became known as the ‘first watch. In Ghana, Anthony Dzamefe, entrepreneur and life coach, was given the baton to design the high-end Ghanaian watch brand, ‘Caveman Watches’