Calculators and Converters
Whether you're looking for a personal loan repayment schedule, wish to work out the compound interest on your savings or want to plan for retirement, the financial calculators will quickly help provide you with answers to your calculations. Our metric converters will provide you with answers to conversions for many different areas and types. Please select a calculator from one of the following:
- Kilos to stones & pounds
- Kilos to pounds & ounces
- Centimeters to feet & inches
- Meters to feet & inches
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Comments and Suggestions?
Please feel free to suggest any extra units and measures for the imperial and metric conversions. Although all suggestions will be considered, I do not guarantee that all suggested units and measures will be added.
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