The size of the PlayStation 5’s retail box is about 18.5 inches wide, 17 inches tall, and 7 inches deep. If you wish to ship your PS5 across the country, you should put it in a box measuring at least 20 × 20 × 10 inches.
The latest Nintendo Switch, the OLED Model, is sold in a box measuring roughly 10 × 8 × 4 inches. This is a roughly 20% change since it was first sold in 13.75 × 8 × 3.75-inch boxes.
The typical 1,000-piece puzzle will measure around 25 × 20 inches, but the exact measurements vary from brand to brand.
Do you remember playing with Lego bricks when you were a kid? Many of you guys probably still play with Lego because, well, they’re fun to play with! But have you ever thought about what different sizes they come in?
A typical pinball machine usually measures 51 inches in length, 28.5 inches in width, and roughly 76 inches tall. It had a 6.5° sloped playing field with a glass shield. Most pinball machines cost 25 or 50¢ to play.
Do you remember what it felt like when you received a GameCube? Roughly 21.74 million people remember, assuming each GameCube sold went to a single person. But here’s something you might now know about your GameCube, despite spending thousands of hours playing it—it’s dimensions.
Many of you guys might be too young to remember cassette tapes. They were incredibly inconvenient compared to today’s method of listening to music, but if you brought a tape player to school, you were the coolest cat on the block. Sure, they weren’t very large, but you’d need thousands of them to have half of what your “legally downloaded” music library is right now.
One of the first things you’ll lay eyes on the moment you step inside a restaurant is the host stand. This is where the restaurant’s host stands and receives incoming patrons before seating them at vacant tables in the restaurant. So, what are the sizes of host stands?
The dimensions of a DVD case are 7.5 inches long, 5.3 inches wide, and 0.5 inches thick. There were also slim DVD cases that measured 7.2 × 5.1 × 0.4 inches.
The standard cassette case will measure 4.25 × 2.75 × 0.6 inches. They are just large enough to house a 2.5 × 4 × 0.5-inch cassette and the album cover.
Album covers for CD cases measure 4.724 × 4.724 inches. The typical sleeve cover for records measures 12.375 × 12.375 inches.
A typical 6-sided die, known as a D6, will usually have 14- to 16-millimeter sides.