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    Default What is 0.75cm and 0.85cm in feet and inches??

    As title says, im no good in cm, my little brain can only work in feet and inches!! Is 0.75cm roughly 2ft 6??

    Thank you x

    Edited to say: i obviously mean 75cm and 85cm - having a bad day!!

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    Default Re: What is 0.75cm and 0.85cm in feet and inches??

    dont you mean 75cm not 0.75cm!

    75 cm is 2ft 6 roughly yes

    Also just type into google cm to feet and lots of converters will come up!

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    Default Re: What is 0.75cm and 0.85cm in feet and inches??

    yeah i did edit my post above!!! Its one of those days!!

    Thanks x

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    Default Re: What is 0.75cm and 0.85cm in feet and inches??

    1m is 3'3", SO 95cm is approx 2'11, 85cm is 2'7", so in theory 75cm is 2'3.

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    Default Re: What is 0.75cm and 0.85cm in feet and inches??

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    1m is 3'3", SO 95cm is approx 2'11, 85cm is 2'7", so in theory 75cm is 2'3.

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    but if you put it into a converter it says just under 2 ft 6

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    Default Re: What is 0.75cm and 0.85cm in feet and inches??

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    1m is 3'3", SO 95cm is approx 2'11, 85cm is 2'7", so in theory 75cm is 2'3.

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    Erm....I think your calcualation is incorrect for 95cm

    1m = 3'3"
    95cm = 3'1"
    90cm = 2'11"
    80cm = 2'7"

    Basically, every 10cm is 4"

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    Default Re: What is 0.75cm and 0.85cm in feet and inches??

    Lol!! That'll be the one!! Sorry having a blonde moment....know 4" to 10cm, just failed to notice only 5cm between 1m and 95cm!

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    Default Re: What is 0.75cm and 0.85cm in feet and inches??

    Putting it another way:
    70-75cm is a bit boring
    80-85cm is starting to get better
    90-95cm is worth jumping
    100-105cm is starting to get chunky
    110-115cm is blooming huge
    120-125cm - need to carry oxygen and climbing equipment

    Think that is probably subjective though.

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    Default Re: What is 0.75cm and 0.85cm in feet and inches??

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    Putting it another way:
    70-75cm is a bit boring
    80-85cm is starting to get better
    90-95cm is worth jumping
    100-105cm is starting to get chunky
    110-115cm is blooming huge
    120-125cm - need to carry oxygen and climbing equipment

    Think that is probably subjective though.

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    Is that the eventing conversion chart, or the dressage one

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    Default Re: What is 0.75cm and 0.85cm in feet and inches??

    That would be the show jumping chart - the fences never look as big eventing (something to do with the fact they aren't usually up to height or width and they always look smaller on grass anyway).

    Eventing conversion chart - everything moves up a place (so 110 is chunky and 120+ is blooming huge).

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