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Brand Logos Quiz #4

Can you identify these brands based on their logos?
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First submittedJuly 1, 2016
Last updatedJune 29, 2019
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level 63
Jul 1, 2016
I am one of those 2 people who took the quiz first. Cool I guess
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level 69
Jul 1, 2016
You are late :P
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level 46
May 7, 2017
hey kolji, i love your quizzes. I think you made the map but without 20 countries?
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level 57
Jul 1, 2016
Cool! Go ahead, finish the series; it's fun taking these quizzes without initially knowing all the answers ;)
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level 68
Jul 1, 2016
I think we can remove the letters for Ikea and Best Buy, no? I think people can recognize the background, but that's just me.
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level 49
Nov 17, 2016
Pretty sure I would recognize them.
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level 60
Nov 18, 2016
Not me. I got 4 on this quiz. Commercialism, meh. Give me geography or science...
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level 68
Aug 16, 2017
I didn't get Ikea........I don't even know how to pronounce it. But I'm a small town boy.
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level 69
May 22, 2019
Dontneedone was born and raised in South Detroit.
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level 73
Jul 1, 2016
My first 100% in this series.
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level 43
Sep 4, 2016
Was thinking on NBC 'I've seen that somewhere before...'
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level 59
Sep 6, 2016
"Garbage" and "Trash" should be accepted answers for Internet Explorer.
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level 14
Sep 6, 2016
XD
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level 47
Nov 17, 2016
While I admit I prefer Google Chrome, I must say I am using Internet Explorer now with only minor difficulties.
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level 75
May 26, 2019
I don't disagree. People still use it? Dang. But "Explorer" should be accepted as a type-in -- I'm old enough to remember that that's what we called it way back when it was going head to head with Netscape.
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level 48
Oct 25, 2016
Anybody ever wonder how much harder these types of quizzes would be in black and white?! Colors serve as huge hints sometimes, thank goodness!
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level 78
May 2, 2018
I can answer that. I'm color blind and it ain't easy. I don't even try the flags or most things where color is a big part of the clue.
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level 75
Nov 17, 2016
Got everything but Louis Vuitton. I had to google it before I recognized it. You don't see a lot of $1000 handbags in my neck of the woods, - John Deere and Levi much more common here. I'm quite happy with the nameless leather bag I found marked down to $2 in a cart at Wal-Mart. I've carried it for three years and it still looks great. I bought another one at the same time, and when the first one wears out I hope to get the same amount of wear out of the second one. I'm just a low-maintenance country girl.
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level 78
May 2, 2018
I remember growing up in that area. Then the "ladies" thought the top of the line, the one everybody turned green for was a Coach or Etienne Aigner bag. Big fish small pond. My grandmother always said, "An ounce of pretension was worth a pound of manure". Wise old lady...
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level 54
Dec 19, 2018
never seen one in my life (afaik, and probably wouldnt to be honest) but The name is known and not much stars with L V.
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level 71
May 22, 2019
I don't even understand how the LV bags got to this level of prestige; that mud brown pattern is completely unattractive. At least the Hermès Birkin bags are really beautiful, even though they're the most overpriced bags EVER.
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level 71
May 22, 2019
Oh, and if you want to see the stupidest, most sheeple example of mindless, classist consumerism, Google the Urban Satchel Louis Vuitton Bag, in which some pretentious art school graduate glued a bunch of trash to a bag, and slapped a $150,000 price tag on it.
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level 75
May 26, 2019
Ew. I googled it. Even worse is celebrities getting paid $150K USD to endorse it, and fighting over purchasing one. If you have a weak stomach, don't click here.
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level 58
Nov 17, 2016
Disappointed that I didn't just type "arm & hammer" for the arm & hammer.
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level 49
Nov 17, 2016
Does anyone else get annoyed when answers are dumbed down, so that it fills in a correct answer for 'John Deere' before I'm done typing, and now I have a stray letter 'e' in my next answer.
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level 57
Nov 17, 2016
I hate it, mostly because we all know the correct spelling and how to type
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level 54
Dec 19, 2018
I hate it too, expecally if it is something completely different. In this case I get it though, it sounds the same and if you dont own one ( or read a magazine about them) you wouldnt know hot to exactly write it. but when people ask for like compiter to be accepted for computer, or eiff for eiffeltower... yea that can be annoying. (My main division line is, will it sounds as good as exactly the same the way you write it. like double l's and s's you often dont hear)
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level ∞
May 22, 2019
It's a tough balance to strike. People don't like it either way.
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level 68
Dec 6, 2016
The Jordan logo is also known as the "Jumpman" logo
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level ∞
May 22, 2019
That will work now
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level 58
Dec 6, 2016
Yves St Lauren - Victoria Secret - Louis Vuitton The all look the same
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level 34
Feb 24, 2017
I am almost certain that is the microsoft edge logo.
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level 77
Feb 12, 2019
edge doesn't have the ring going above the e. the explorer ring is however normally yellow where I have seen it. hopefully explorer dies in a corner soon and it can be replaced here too.
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level 52
May 12, 2017
I wish the logos with letters would be fixed once you typed the answer. It's so unsatisfying...
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level 74
May 22, 2019
Oh I'm sure you'll see them soon enough
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level 45
Jun 8, 2017
When I saw the Nintendo logo I thought; NETSCAPE
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level 22
Oct 15, 2017
A lot of these logo quizzes are harder if you're not from the US.
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level 54
May 27, 2019
I am not, and it only made me miss out on arm&hammer and gerber, never ever even heard of those. And no idea what they are.
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level 53
Dec 2, 2017
haven't started yet, will be easy
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level 15
Apr 13, 2018
Internet Explorer should be able to answer to Microsoft Edge because Windows changed the name
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level 81
May 22, 2019
They changed the logo a bit too. At least the edge logo I see on my screen is different.
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level 61
Apr 28, 2018
ING changed it's name to Voya a while ago, right?
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level 55
Nov 26, 2018
It is Tangerine here...missed it because I couldn't remember the original name LOL
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level 54
May 27, 2019
same tried postbank orange (cause I thought it was called that for a little while) and some combinations. ow and sns, but that was cause I thought I might have mixed them up..
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level 75
May 22, 2019
I think Voya is the new name of the investment and retirement arm. The direct banking business was sold to Capital One in about 2012 - both in the US.
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level 54
Dec 19, 2018
never heard of arm and hammer, american airlines or gerber. And missed bestbuy, though I think I might have heard the name being dropped somewhere. I got john deere though :) Pretty good from a girl that is not from the country or THAT country, though I think they might be in more countries, I expect they will be most prevalent in the USA. Im not sure when I knew about it first, was rather young I think and not sure wether it was the name or the logo that allways stuck with me :) (both somewhat interesting for a kid)
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level 79
May 23, 2019
You don't need to be American to have heard of American Airlines. They pretty much fly everywhere.
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level 73
May 24, 2019
Not to many European countries. But it IS one of the largest airlines in the world.
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level 54
May 27, 2019
maybe it is such a generic name that perhaps I have seen it mentioned before, but it never stuck? but I cant say I have seen it on airports here ( though they might be there). Lufthansa for example is a name that sticks. And you know it is a name and not just a description.

I will have to look up up if they indeed fly to my country... im curious.

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level 76
Jun 30, 2019
American Airlines is the largest airline in the world and if you look at their route map on their website you can see they fly to damn near every country in Europe.
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level 69
Jan 12, 2019
Never heard of Ing, but I could a whole bunch of words right in front of it describing my feelings toward them messing up my quiz taking experience.
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level 27
Jan 25, 2019
ING is a bank
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level 54
May 27, 2019
your quiz taking experience... really ? Is your experience of taking a quiz so influenced by getting a perfect score or not?

taking a quiz is allways fun (unless ridiculous typ-ins are accepted and you spend most of your time backspacing... that can influence your quizzing experience)> For me it is as much fun when I get 50% correct or 90%

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level 24
Mar 28, 2019
this is cool make more
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level 67
May 24, 2019
QM, are there not more globally recognised names than Gerber and Best Buy? As a Brit I have never even heard of the first one and the latter only vaguely through the business news. I appreciate this is an American site and the bulk of the takers are from North America, but surely there are enough globally recognised brands that we don't need ones that those of us from the rest of the world are all but excluded from knowing?
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level 54
May 27, 2019
It would be nice. But 2 out of 20 isnt an unreasonable amount imo. I have no problem with that, it is not like more than half is only american like on some quizzes. This is just fine.

btw does anyone else thought there was a smudge on their screen with the gerber logo?? I was sooo tempted to try and wipe my screen, even when after scrolling i reallised the speck was in/on the logo itself... when you see it you cant unsee it !!!

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level 76
Jun 30, 2019
Best Buy has or had stores in the United States, Mexico, Canada, China, and Europe. Gerber is sold around the world, and is a subsidiary of Nestle, a Swiss company. Your town in England is not the entire world, and whether or not you recognize something is not the measure of whether or not something is "international."
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level 45
Jun 2, 2019
missed fruit in the loom, i feel bad because I know that I just can't remember then I also missed Tesla, I feel bad too because I know the brand not the logo
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level 66
Jun 29, 2019
Maybe just "explorer" could be accepted as a shorthand?
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level ∞
Jun 29, 2019
Okay
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level 28
Jul 10, 2019
I almost missed ING but as I was taking this quiz a commercial came in lol