Whether you’re traveling across the world and need to convert your money to another country’s or simply needing to know how many feet are in a single meter so you can plan your new backyard deck correctly, there are multiple free websites that can do the job for you.
Thanks to the Internet, just about any measurement or calculation can be quickly accessible. And better yet, it can be done for free. Read on to discover five free tools to convert units.
After launching in 2005, Convert World quickly became one of the most popular and used websites in the world for unit conversion.
Also offering a currency converter, the team at Convert World is constantly working to develop and improve their skills. They are currently available for use in over 20 languages and are looking to expand that as well.
Online-unit-converter.com is a free and widely used site that converts the most popular units of distance, temperature, volume, time, speed, mass, power, density, pressure, energy and many others.
They allow you to perform over 25,000 unit conversions, between nearly 1,000 units, organized into 21 categories.
This great online tool allows you to convert anything to just about anything else. It contains over 5,000 units and 50,000 conversions, which makes it you’re go-to, one-stop site that’ll do the job for you every time.
They also have an auto-converter that allows you do complete successful conversions without having to select a specific category or unit from a drop-down menu. Simply type in the box “convert 1 meter to feet,” hit “enter,” and you’re good to go.
Online Unit Converter Pro
Online Unit Converter Pro is a free, online conversion resource that allows you to convert between many different unit types as well as provides conversion factors, measures and calculators.
Digital Dutch is a conversion site that launched in 1999 in Amsterdam. It is a very inviting site due to its visual appeal and simple, big buttons. Simply click on the category on the left and select the units from the drop-down lists in the “From” and “To” boxes.
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