# 85 Millimeter to Inch

Convert 85 (eighty five) Millimeters to Inches (mm to in) with our conversion calculator.

85 Millimeters to Inches equals 3.3465 in.

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Convert 85 Millimeters to Inches (mm to in) with our conversion calculator.

85 Millimeters to Inches equals 3.3465 in.

To convert 85 mm to inches, you need first to know the conversion factor between millimeters and inches. One inch is equivalent to 25.4 millimeters. To find out how many inches 85 millimeters is, you will divide the number of millimeters by the conversion factor. Thus, the calculation looks like this: 85 mm รท 25.4 mm/inch.

The calculation is relatively straightforward. By dividing 85 by 25.4, you get approximately 3.3465 inches. This means that 85 mm is roughly equal to 3.35 inches when rounded to two decimal places. It's important to note the level of precision required for your purpose when rounding your result. For many practical purposes, two decimal places are adequate, but some applications might require more or fewer decimals.

Here are 7 items that are about 85 mm in length:

• Smartphone

• Many smartphones have widths or thicknesses in the ballpark of 85 mm, especially when considering phone cases.
• Credit Card

• A credit card is slightly shorter than 85 mm in width, typically about 54 mm by 85.6 mm, so it's the length that's approximately 85 mm.
• Small Notebook

• Some pocket notebooks or journals have dimensions close to 85 mm in width, making them convenient for quick notes on the go.
• Golf Tee

• Long golf tees can be around 85 mm in length, suitable for drivers with large heads.
• Large Paperclip

• An oversized paperclip can stretch up to 85 mm in length, used for clipping together large stacks of paper.
• USB Flash Drive

• Certain models of USB flash drives, particularly the larger ones designed for robust data storage, can be about 85 mm long.
• Chocolate Bar

• Some standard-sized chocolate bars or their packaging can measure up to 85 mm in length, fitting nicely in the hand for snacking.

These items demonstrate the versatility of measurements in everyday objects, ranging from technology to food products, and underscore the utility of understanding comparative sizes in various units of measurement.