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This calculator will convert many of the most frequently used weights and measures.

 
You can use this tool to convert the following weights, measures and factors:
 
  • Centimers to Feet and Inches, and vice versa
  • Kilograms to Stones and Pounds, and vice versa
  • Kilograms to Pounds and Ounces, and vice versa
  • Kilometers to Miles, and vice versa
  • Millileters to Pints and Fluid Ounces, and vice versa
  • Celsius to Farenheit, and vice versa
 
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