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measuring a wii fit....

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I want to send this via courier but for the life of me..what is the height, length and width???? Before someone tells me to measure it, the figures are approx 55, 35 and 10 but i think my definitio… Read More
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
I want to send this via courier but for the life of me..what is the height, length and width????

Before someone tells me to measure it, the figures are approx 55, 35 and 10 but i think my definition of length is a courier company's width!! Some companies just offer 3 boxes to input the figures in!

Anyone help me and my poor frazzled brain!
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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1 Like #1
go to parcelmonkey.com

its awesome

just roughly measure it - you dont have to be so specific!

55 x 35 x 10

who cares about the length x width if they get mixed up..as long it goes somewhere between them you should be fine!

Neber had problems :)
1 Like #2
It'll probably be length 55, width 35 and height 10.
1 Like #3
height, length and width are the same as width depth and height really.
doesnt really matter.
1 Like #4
height =floor-up
length =left -right
width=front-back
me thinks
#5
Thanks folks...am really grateful for your help. Will rep all. :thumbsup:
#6
surely you can stand a box on any side, so which number goes in which column shouldn't matter.
#7
bruffterman
surely you can stand a box on any side, so which number goes in which column shouldn't matter.



At last...the voice of reason ;-)
#8
tallpete33
At last...the voice of reason ;-)


Not really!! I tend to stand it so that the writing is the right way up and the box is not upside down or on it's side!!
#9
Height should always be the last measurement given. :)
#10
It dosent matter what way you input the figures the sum always adds up to the same and that's all they are interested in, the volumetric calculation

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