To celebrate the launch of the new TENGA GEO on 5/8, we are offering you all the chance to win GEOs and Lotions. All you have to do is take the quiz and share the results!
As the three variations of the TENGA GEO are based on geometric interpretations of geographic phenomena (AQUA, CORAL, GLACIER) the quiz will be geography based.
What’s the TENGA GEO
Standout Geometric Sensations!
Round like the Earth, with intricate details based in geometry, the TENGA GEO has drawn inspiration from mathematics and nature.
These geometric shapes in the thick and soft material transform into densely-packed internal details when the GEO is inverted.
Prize and how to enter
Answer all 10 questions on the quiz and share your results for a chance to win the new TENGA GEO and HOLE LOTION!
1 Grand Prize Winner
All 3 TENGA GEOs
All 4 HOLE LOTIONS
5 Regular Prize Winners
1 TENGA GEO of your choice
1 random HOLE LOTION
How to enter
You are entered into the giveaway after posting your results with the quiz URL @Tenga_Global using the ‘Tweet the result’ button at the end of the quiz.
- Promotion period: 5/8-6/8
- You must be over 18 years old to participate
- Entry requirement: Post tweet with results, #GEOgeoquiz, quiz URL @Tenga_Global
- Winners will be chosen randomly and announced on twitter. Winner will need to DM @TENGA_Global to claim their prize within 2 weeks of receiving the notification.
What is the TENGA GEO
Because we are giving away GEOs, this will be a GEO(graphy) quiz! The 3 types of GEO are AQUA, CORAL and GLACIER, so expect them to be featured in many questions. By taking this quiz, you will not only have a chance to win a TENGA GEO of your own, but you could also give yourself a fun little challenge and hopefully learn more about this wonderful world of ours. Best of luck, and on with the quiz!
Where is the driest place on Earth located?
- 1. North Africa
- 2. The Andes
- 3. Mongolia
- 4. Antarctica
The Dry Valleys in Antarctica have seen no rain in 2 million years. Gravity from the mountains pulls the moisture-filled winds away from the valleys.
‘Water, water everywhere, but not a drop for the Dry Valleys in Antarctica’
Where on Earth can you find water, glaciers, and coral?
- 1. Florida
- 2. New Zealand
- 3. Norway
- 4. South Africa
2. New Zealand
With water (all around the islands), glaciers (mostly in the Southern Alps of South Island), coral (in the surrounding shallows) and kiwis (the birds, the fruit and the people!), New Zealand truly has it all.
Where can you find the fastest moving glacier?
- 1. Greenland
- 2. Antarctica
- 3. Iceland
- 4. Mount Kilimanjaro
Jakobshavn Isbrae in Greenland can travel at a breakneck 40 meters a day!
The closest point to the moon is in which country?
- 1. Japan
- 2. Nepal
- 3. Tanzania
- 4. Ecuador
The Earth actually bulges along the equator due to the rotation of the Earth. This means that Mount Chimborazo in Ecuador, almost directly on the equator, is closest to the Moon.
Where is the tallest mountain on Earth?
- 1. The Andes
- 2. Nepal
- 3. Hawai’i
- 4. The European Alps
The dormant volcano Mauna Kea is over 10,000 meters tall, beating Everest's 8,848m! Most of Mauna Kea is underwater, which is why most people don’t notice it.
Which country uses the most time zones?
- 1. Canada
- 2. Russia
- 3. France
- 4. Australia
France has 12 time zones because of its various territories around the world, narrowly beating the 11 time zones of the USA and Russia.
Which is the only continent to be in all four hemispheres?
- 1. North America
- 2. Asia
- 3. Africa
- 4. Australia
Africa is bisected by both the Prime Meridian (separating East and West) through Algeria and the Equator (separating North and South) through Kenya.
Sadly, the point they cross is in the middle of the South Atlantic ocean, so it’s hard to take a commemorative selfie there.
Which country has the longest coastline?
- 1. Canada
- 2. Australia
- 3. Greenland
- 4. Russia
Canada with 202,080 km of coastline is by far the winner. It has almost 4 times the coastline of number 2, Norway.
It would be great to have so many beaches if the seas weren’t frozen.
What is the deepest river in the world?
- 1. The Nile river
- 2. The Amazon river
- 3. The Yangtze river
- 4. The Congo River
4. The Congo river
The Congo river is 220 metres deep, 20 meters deeper than the second deepest river, China's Yangtze river.
As the area is home to hippopotami, lions, leopards, crocodiles, and the terrifyingly named giant tigerfish, it might not be the best place to practice diving.
The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is the world’s largest coral reef, but where is the second largest coral reef?
- 1. Hawai’i
- 2. The Caribbean
- 3. Madagascar
- 4. Brazil
2. The Caribbean
The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, or the Great Mayan Reef, stretches over 1000 km from the Yucatán Peninsula to Honduras.
Fun Fact: Mayan ruins are still being found today, hidden under hills or the thick cover of the rainforests.
TENGA GEO Geography Quiz
We hope you enjoyed the quiz, and learned some interesting new facts!
Click the button below to share the quiz your results @TENGA_Global with #GEOgeoquiz, this will enter you for the chance to win the new TENGA GEO and HOLE LOTION!
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Terms and conditions
- Winners will be notified via Twitter
- Tweeting privately or altering the hashtag, @TENGA_Global, or the URL will make your entry invalid.
- Personal information (name, address, phone number, email) must be provided by the winners for shipping purposes via DM. The information will be used by TENGA Co., Ltd for statistical analysis, market research and other purposes and will not be shared with third parties. It will not be kept in a way that identifies individuals.
- Prizes cannot be transferred to a third party.
- Although this promotion is open globally, please note that we may not be able to ship to some areas.
- If there is no response after 2 weeks of being notified, or should a winner fail to accept delivery of their items, the winner will have forfeit their prize.
- Please contact us for further information.