What Things Weigh


Weight Of iPhone

The iPhone, which is made by Apple, is one of the most successful and popular smartphones available. It is also one of the most advanced and expensive devices on the market today.


Weight Of Nickel

Since 1866, the nickel has been an ever-popular coin used daily by almost everyone in America. Over 1.5 billion nickels were minted in 2015 alone.

Anchor on a wooden ship

Weight Of Anchor

Anchors are one of the most important pieces of equipment on ships, boats, and a wide range of other water vessels.


Weight Of Car

When it comes to cars, the more things change, the more they stay the same. That perfectly fits the mold when it comes to weight. How much does a car weigh today compared to years ago? How much less? The average car weighs right around 2,900 pounds (1,315 kg). A Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu 4-dr sedan …

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Ford Ranger

Weight Of Ford Ranger

Since it became its own model in 1983, the Ford Ranger has been one of America’s best-selling compact trucks. Despite a short halt in production for several years, the Ranger is available again beginning in 2019. So, how much does a Ford Ranger weigh? We’ve listed the curb weights by the year since 2005. Ford …

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Weight Of Penny

Although millions of people wonder why U.S. pennies are still being minted and used today, the penny has been around since 1793 and not going anywhere soon.


Weight Of Wolf

Wolves are fascinating animals to be sure. Their howling sounds make them easy to identify. As members of the dog family, wolves are similar in size to a medium or large dog.


Weight Of Baseball

What is the weight of a baseball you ask? The truth of the matter is that there IS NO exact weight. What… are you serious?

Ford Explorer

Weight Of Ford Explorer

Now in its 5th generation, the Ford Explorer shows no signs of slowing down. A 6th generation model is already slated to debut for the 2020 model year.

Cup Of Sugar

Weight Of Cup Of Sugar

A cup of sugar weighs approximately 7.1 ounces (200 grams). ~ Fun Fact ~ Sugar has been around for a long time. In fact, people in New Guinea were the first to use sugar cane in 8000 B.C.!

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