Part of the cost to ship product to Amazon using UPS is the physical dimensions of the box. However, if the box isn’t heavy enough compared to its size, UPS charges *dimensional weight*. Large, light boxes can end up costing way more for shipping and eat into your bottom line. Use these calculators to find out what your box needs to weigh to avoid dimensional weight charges *and* see what all the common box sizes would need to weigh.

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## Calculate based on box size

X X inches

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## Common box size reference table

**Directions:** Adjust the slider to match your longest dimension, rounding **to the nearest whole number** (1.01 to 1.49 = 1 and 1.50 to 1.99 = 2). The table will update to display the necessary physical weight for the remaining two dimensions.

### Length: inches

**Notes:**

^{1} At this weight, dimensional and physical are the same. It's whatever. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

^{2} You'll always be paying dimension weight charges at this size.

### Frequently Asked Questions

`width · height · depth / 139`

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