# Pounds and Ounces Calculator

**If you don't feel like dividing by 2.2046226218 today, use the pounds and ounces calculator** (aka the lbs and oz calculator) to convert between:

- Pounds;
- Ounces;
- Pounds and ounces;
- Grams;
- Kilograms;

To discover other units of weight, try our weight converter.

This app can serve you as a pounds to ounces calculator, and vice versa – an ounces to pounds calculator. It adds up pounds and ounces and gives you a metric equivalent of mass.

## How the pounds and ounces calculator works

The fields of the upper part of the lbs and oz calculator show equivalent weights expressed in different units. Input weight in one of them, and you'll get the weight in other units.

For example, if you need a **pounds to ounces calculator**, enter the number of pounds in the first field, and you'll get the result in the field below.

Otherwise, if you need an **ounces to pounds calculator**, enter the ounces first, and the calculator will determine the number of pounds.

## Convert grams to pounds and ounces

The app also converts **grams to pounds and ounces**. If this is what you need, input grams in the last field of the pounds and ounces calculator. You'll find the equivalent pounds in the first field and the ounces in the second one.

If you need to do the grams to **pounds** **and****ounces** conversion (e.g., `1000 g`

to `2 lb 3 oz`

), input the mass in grams, and you'll find the result in the third field.

The pounds to ounces calculator actually includes **more units of mass**. If you want to access them, **click the text in blue**. You'll be able to convert pounds to tons, drachms, atomic mass units, etc.

## Add up pounds and ounces calculator

The bottom part of the tool is an **add up pounds and ounces calculator**. Here you can enter two masses expressed in different units and get the sum in yet another unit. For example, if you'd like to add 3 pounds to 33 ounces, normally you'd have to first convert ounces to pounds and ounces:

`3 lb + 33 oz = ?`

`33 / 16 = 2 R 1`

(we divided with a remainder)

`33 oz = 2 lb 1 oz`

.

And then, you could add the converted value:

`3 lb + 2 lb 1 oz = 5 lb 1 oz`

.

If you need to subtract a value, type the negative sign before the value you want to subtract. That works here, too! 🙂

You might want to give the ** pint to pound conveter** a try, as it has a conversion for many routine items.

## FAQ

### How to convert pounds to kilograms?

To convert pounds to kilograms fast, **divide the mass in pounds by 2.2**. The result will be an approximated mass in kilograms. If you're aiming for accuracy, divide the mass in pounds by 2.2046226218 or round this number to any precision you deem appropriate.

The more rounded the number, the less precise the conversion will be.

### How do you convert kilograms to pounds?

To convert kilograms to pounds quickly, **multiply the mass in kilograms by 2.2**. The result will be an approximated mass in pounds. If you'd like a precise result, multiply the mass in kilograms by 2.2046226218 or first round this number to any precision you deem appropriate. The more you round the number, the less accurate the result will be.

### How to convert ounces to pounds?

To convert ounces to pounds, **divide by 16** the mass in ounces. The result will be the mass expressed in pounds.

### How do you convert pounds to ounces?

To convert pounds to ounces, **multiply** the mass in pounds **by 16**. The result will be the mass expressed in ounces.

### How many ounces are in a pound and a half?

There are **24 ounces in a pound and a half**. To convert pounds to ounces, you need to multiply by 16. For example, when you want to find the number of ounces in a pound in a half, you should perform the following operation:

`1.5 × 16 = 24`