Pure Plug 2.0 actual weight

Camilo1985 Camilo1985
Pure plug 2.0
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Has anyone personally verified the weight on this plug?
02/23/2012
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Jul!a Jul!a
I'm not sure to be honest. ToyTimeTim has it and might be able to get you an accurate weight if you message him.
02/23/2012
Mr. E Mr. E
From the Njoy website, the Pure Plug 2.0 weighs 1.3 lbs.

Eden has the weight listed incorrectly as 3 lbs. Eden must be including the packaging as opposed to the weight of the actual toy.
02/23/2012
permitdrab permitdrab
Quote:
Originally posted by Camilo1985
Has anyone personally verified the weight on this plug?
1 lb, 5 oz. I realized after my review that I stated it incorrectly.
02/23/2012
Wawers Wawers
its 1.5 pounds
05/07/2012
Wawers Wawers
sorry 1 pound 5 ounces not 1.5 pounds
05/07/2012
Brandonnn Brandonnn
pretty sure it's 1.5 pounds.
07/25/2012
Vadim50 Vadim50
From the Njoy website, the Pure Plug 2.0 weighs 1.3 lbs.
07/31/2012
Stingo Stingo
Quote:
Originally posted by Vadim50
From the Njoy website, the Pure Plug 2.0 weighs 1.3 lbs.
When I see lbs expressed with a decimal part, except for ".5," which I know means half a pound or 8 ounces, I don't know how many ounces the decimal represents. It would be more helpful if I know how many ounces I'm dealing with.

But I found an easy way to convert the decimal to ounces: Just multiply the decimal by 16 (as in 16 ounces to a pound) to get the ounces. Thus, since the Pure Plug 2.0 weighs 1.3 lbs, when you multiply .3 by 16 you get 4.8. That means the Pure Plug 2.0 weighs 1 lb and 4.8 or about 5 ounces.

Isn't that more meaningful than "1.3 lbs"?
09/18/2012
Pudyqat Pudyqat
Big difference, huh???
09/27/2012
Cladonia Cladonia
Thanks for the info!
02/15/2013
SexScienceAndFood SexScienceAndFood
1 lb 4.125 oz or, 1.26 lb

njoy XL weight
Jul 23, 1:45 pm
SexScienceAndFood SexScienceAndFood
Quote:
Originally posted by Stingo
When I see lbs expressed with a decimal part, except for ".5," which I know means half a pound or 8 ounces, I don't know how many ounces the decimal represents. It would be more helpful if I know how many ounces I'm dealing ... More
actually, no. oz are base 16 and we use base 10 in our life all the time.
Jul 23, 1:47 pm
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