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Measurement help.....!!

Lulu'sMammy Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
These are the measurements now which is length, width and height?

76x57x37

Sorry if it's a stupid question lol!
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Please.... :(
#2
what is it? may be able to help more than just the dimensions
#3
RobInBrentwood
what is it? may be able to help more than just the dimensions


Knowing LLM we all dread to think ............. :p
#4
Its a box, i'm trying to find prices of a courier. Its weighs 2.5kg without the box, so with the boz i'm guessing 3kg....you think thats ok lol
Sorry i have no scales, and no hubby to ask! :(
1 Like #5
my guess

76 length
57 width
37 Height
#6
whats in the box
1 Like #7
RobInBrentwood
my guess

76 length
57 width
37 Height

I would have guessed this too
( bit easier if we new what it was though )
With a courier it makes no difference though does it?
As long as you are within one of the measurements........

http://www.parcel2go.com/parceldelivery-uk.aspx
#8
58 length
76 width
37 Height
Sorted it, ran outside and asked a fella to measure my box LOL!! thanks anyway, now looking for a courier :)
1 Like #9
usual conventions state
HxWxD

height width depth. but it all depends on what it is as to its orientation (and I dont mean gay) :lol:
1 Like #10
it is important that it is a certain way up - ie dont turn upside down.

if the artical is well packed and way up is unimportant then it makes no difference to a courier. they go on volume and weight. the volume will be the same regardless.

a parcel on its side may be lower than if upright, so how high is it actually ?
banned#11
Basically.... 6 inchs = 10 inchs. Roughly speaking.
#13
vibeone
Basically.... 6 inchs = 10 inchs. Roughly speaking.

Hmmmm can you let my wife know this formula and apply it to my meat n 2 veg?:oops:
1 Like #14
1st one would be width 2nd height and 3rd would be depth
#15
simon012
I would have guessed this too
( bit easier if we new what it was though )
With a courier it makes no difference though does it?
As long as you are within one of the measurements........

http://www.parcel2go.com/parceldelivery-uk.aspx

I'm onto them, have put in the measurements, and put the weight up to 6kg and its still 6.79.....thats alright isn't it?
#16
Lulu'sMammy
I'm onto them, have put in the measurements, and put the weight up to 6kg and its still 6.79.....thats alright isn't it?

Yes that's right................

EDIT up to 25kg still same price....
#17
simon012
Yes that's right................

EDIT up to 25kg still same price....

Thanks for your help babes, i hope i dont need a printer though!
#18
Brill sorted it.

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