1. In which film did James Bond first wear a Seiko?
B. Diamonds are Forever
C. The Spy Who Loved Me
2. In the 1961 movie Blue Hawaii, Elvis Presley wore a:
A. Hamilton Electra
B. Hamilton Pacer
C. Hamilton Ventura
D. Hamilton V-Matic
3. In Planes, Trains & Automobiles, John Candy says:
A. “I have $3 and a Seiko.”
B. “I have $5 and a Fossil.”
C. “I have $2 and a Casio.”
D. “I have $4 and a Timex.”
4. In Switzerland, only timepieces certified by the ________ may use the word ‘Chronometer’ on them.
C. Swiss government
5. What is the study of timekeeping called?
A. Time Study
6. What was the Wrist Watch originally called?
7. Which watchmaker is widely believed to be the inventor of the automatic winding system in use today?
A. George Graham
B. John Harrison
C. Louis Cotter
D. Abraham-Louis Perrele
8. A tachymeter chronograph is designed to measure:
A. The distance to an event based on the travel time of the sound it makes
B. Two events that start at the same time but end at different times
C. Speed based on travel time over a known distance
D. Multiple events that start and stop in rapid succession
9. The original Museum Watch was the first wrist watch to be displayed at the ________ and was designed by the American designer Nathan George Horwitt in 1947.
A. Henri Matisse
B. Metropolitan Museum of Art
D. Museum of Modern Art
10.Before mechanical watches, Ulysse Nardin was best known for being a manufacturer of ________.
C. Marine chronometers